In-Fisherman TV

EPISODES All Times ET

SEPTEMBER 24 MON - 10:30AM
SEPTEMBER 28 FRI - 10:00AM
SEPTEMBER 29 SAT - 6:30AM
SEPTEMBER 30 SUN - 9:30AM
SEPTEMBER 30 SUN - 2:30PM
ESSENTIAL PRESENTATION PERSONIFIED
It's primetime presentations in high gear, as the In-Fisherman staff uses slick tube tactics to waylay shallow smallmouths, highlights underutilized weighted swim bait hooks for giant pike in heavy weed growth, and troll up walleyes with new shad cranks on Lake Sakakawea, one of North America's hottest fisheries.
OCTOBER 1 MON - 10:30AM
SPORTFISHING OPTIONS IN OVERDRIVE
The In-Fisherman staff takes you flying under the radar, as they double drop-shot for behomoth bluegills, share circle hooks secrets for river smallmouths, and divulge the hottest soft jig trailers no one else is using for largemouth bass.

About

In-Fisherman TV has been one of the most watched programs in all outdoors for more than 30 years. Hall of Fame Angler and In-Fisherman Editor In Chief Doug Stange leads In-Fisherman staff members on a quest for fishing action from across North America. The show format is a byproduct of the widely popular In-Fisherman magazine, which focuses on the pursuit of everything that swims in freshwater and near-shore coastal waters, although core species continue to be bass, walleyes, pike, muskies, catfish, panfish, trout and salmon. In-Fisherman often steps beyond those species to fish for carp, gar, sturgeon, redfish, tarpon and stripers.

Host & Bios

Doug Stange

Doug Stange

In-Fisherman Editor In Chief Doug Stange has for more than 30 years lead the editorial team at In-Fisherman on a quest for unique multispecies freshwater fishing information, offered to readers in In-Fisherman magazine, In-Fisherman’s annual Guides to fishing, plus books and videos. He also hosts In-Fisherman Television, which offers a unique format that takes viewers to three different parts of North America to fish for three different fish species on each show.

Among his many industry awards are a “Conservation Achievement” citation from the American Fisheries Society, where he has been a member for more that 35 years. In 2008, he was inducted into the National Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame as a “Legendary Communicator.”

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