A fixture in outdoor fishing TV, North American Fisherman TV returns for its 15th season with new hosts and waters, but continues with the great action viewers have demanded from this iconic fishing show. From bass to strippers to swordfish, the new faces of North American Fisherman TV are traveling across the country to bring viewers the best action on the water today. Captain Eric Hataaja, who hails from Milwaukee, Wis., inshore guide Captain Tyler Kapela and Knot Wars host John Haynes join a strong crew of NAF hosts. North American Fisherman TV airs on NBC Sports Network, Pursuit Channel, Discovery – Destination America and Wild TV.
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This season of North American Fisherman continues with popular segments “Field Test” powered by StuffStuff, “Silent Invaders, “Clubhouse” with tips & tactics and “Knot Wars” with John Haynes. “While this season brings some changes to the North American Fisherman family, our viewers are still going to see the great fishing action they’ve come to expect from our team,” said Brad Hadsall, Producer. “We travel all over the country, fishing a variety of waters, with the goal of providing our viewers a leg up on their fishing seasons. Some exciting action to look forward to this season is Tyler’s battle with his first daytime swordfish – a feat not many of us have been able to accomplish, and a redfish outing for the ages.”
Viewers will still see popular segment hosts such as tournament angler, George Liddle, former FLW tour pro Karen Savik and Field Tests are now presented by Laura Schar.
North American Fisherman TV airs on NBC Sports Network on Tuesdays at 1:30 pm, Thursdays at 5:30 am, Saturdays at 8 am and Sundays at 6:30 am ET; Pursuit Channel Tuesdays at 9:30 pm, Wednesdays at 12:30 am and Saturdays at 9:30 am ET, Discovery – Destination America Fridays at 8 am and Saturdays at 7 am ET and on Wild TV at Saturdays at 1 pm, Tuesdays 3 pm, Thursdays 7:30 am and Fridays at 12:00 pm ET.
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