Go fishing for good fishing shows

Well, so far, it has been an up and down winter, with ice as thick as 8 inches, and now all the lakes are open. The holidays are over and everybody is in “outdoor show” mode. I couldn’t care less who wins the Super Bowl, and the Orioles still haven’t made any effort to bolster their sorry pitching staff, and probably won’t.

Personally, I have grown weary of all the bass fishing shows that feature high volumes of small fish or productions that are obviously geared to selling as many products as they can. Throw in the onslaught of boisterous, loud-mouthed TV hosts on several shows and the World Fishing Network, or WFN, leaves a little bit to be desired. Lately, I have enjoyed far greater productions like Fly Fusion, Fly Rod Chronicles and Sportfishing On The Fly that just seem to relate to my desire to get back to nature, running water and solitude.

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