World Fishing Network Weekly Programming Highlights

Angling Galore! Baiting Alabama Bass and International Fly Fishing Films

Angling Galore! Baiting Alabama Bass and International Fly Fishing Films


DENVER (June 9, 2016) World Fishing Network will continue to lure viewers in with fresh and exciting programming during the week of June 13–19.

First, Timmy Horton Outdoors airs the first episode in a two-part special in which Timmy heads to Muscle Shoals on Wilson Lake in Alabama to teach the audience how to properly set up and use electronics for fishing bass.

Then, a special presentation of the International Fly Fishing Film Festivalä will air on Tuesday and Sunday, featuring six short films – Secrets, Landed, The Bermuda Love Triangle, Distracted, Sensei and In Search of Grande. These films come from filmmakers all around the world who capture the adventures, intensity and lifestyle of fly fishing.


Highlights for June 13–19:

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