In-Fisherman TV


AUGUST 25 FRI - 10:00AM
AUGUST 26 SAT - 6:30AM
AUGUST 27 SUN - 9:30AM
AUGUST 27 SUN - 3:30PM
The In-Fisherman staff fine-tunes tactics for guaranteed success on the water, as they use tube tricks for largemouth bass, travel to one of North America's greates muskie fisheries, and spider rig world-class water for giant crappies.
AUGUST 28 MON - 10:30AM
The In-Fisherman staff goes in search of fast and furious fishing, as they wade knee deep into pike on a tear, use revolutionary new wacky tactics for largemouth bass, and go into combat mode to short-line channel catfish .


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.”