The award-winning Fishing the Midwest television series will start airing again in early 2012 in homes throughout Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, Kansas, and Missouri on network stations and cable and satellite networks, and throughout North America on satellite systems. Fishing the Midwest is entering its twentieth year of providing fishing information and entertainment to anglers. Fishing the Midwest can be seen in a minimum of eighteen million Midwest homes weekly during the winter months.
In a recent interview, Bob Jensen, host and executive producer of Fishing the Midwest, stated that, “Fishing the Midwest will reach more Midwest anglers in 2012 than ever before. We’ve expanded our coverage area and will be airing at times when viewership levels are high. We’ll continue to air the type of programming that Midwest anglers are asking for. Now more than ever, anglers want to know where to go fishing close to home. On Fishing the Midwest, we’ll show those anglers how and where to take advantage of the outstanding fishing opportunities that are available in the Midwest.”
Fishing the Midwest with Bob Jensen continues to be one of the highest-rated and most popular outdoor television shows available to anglers. Fishing the Midwest is recognized as a leader in incorporating production qualities of the highest level into an outdoor television series that includes information and entertainment.
New episodes of Fishing the Midwest will begin airing the first weekend of January, 2012. For a complete listing of topics, stations and times for Fishing the Midwest, visit fishingthemidwest.com.