Trophy Fish Hunter is moving to The Pursuit Channel in January 2020 after a successful 2019 season with new guest hosts and professional fishermen.
The Pursuit Channel is about outdoors and Trophy Fish Hunter joins a huge lineup of shows for anyone interested in fishing, hunting, and outdoor life.
The Pursuit Channel is the only outdoor network delivered via satellite providers DISH and DirectTV in the United States. Pursuit Channel is also available on Centurylink Prism, Cox Communications, Verizon FiOS, AT&T Spectrum, and several other regional and national cable providers.
Jay Madden, co-host of the Trophy Fish Hunter notes, “When we started Trophy Fish Hunter, we wanted something that was a little more ‘back country road’ style. For anyone interested in a focused, true-to-life fishing experience, this is it.”
“We had some really great experiences this year. For one, we saw a shark while fishing for redfish and trout in Tampa Bay. We were throwing Mullet Jr.’s and decided to see if it’d like one. It did, we caught it, and released it back into the water. We didn’t even need a bigger boat!”
“Trophy Fish Hunter is the only fishing show dedicated to traveling to some of the world’s most remote and unique locations in search of rare, aggressive, and true trophy fish,” says co-host Scott Head.
Trophy Fish Hunter will also expand its episode count in 2020 and deliver twice as many shows as 2019.
A new Trophy Fish Hunter podcast is available to subscribe to via Apple Podcasts and Google Play. New episodes will be available a few days after air date. Trophy Fish Hunter and the past three seasons of episodes will continue to be available on YouTube, too.
Further expanding viewing options, Amazon Prime Video is streaming Trophy Fish Hunter today, and available to stream free for Prime subscribers.
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