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theKayak Fishing Show #4458282 02/08/10 03:03 AM
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I found a new show on TV. At least it's new to me. The Kayak Fishing Show on WFN TV. That is part of the Platinum HD package on DISH, Channel 394.
The host and a couple of other guys went kayak fishing out of Katchakan
Alaska. It was awsome. Their website is kayakfishingshow.com. The next show is going to be on the Texas coast. If you hit the SHOW button on their
website it will give you the TV schedule. I just set my DVR to record all of the new shows so that I won't miss any. It comes on early morning and late evening for the most part.

I know DISH has it so DIRECT probably has it also. I hope it's available for you guys who have cable.


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Re: theKayak Fishing Show [Re: walrus] #4462172 02/08/10 07:47 PM
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Looks nice...I checked my Direct tv and I didn't find it.



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Several months ago I decided that I wanted World Fishing Network(WFN) and had to order the Platnum HD package from DISH. It comes with a few other channels that I like. I can't remember but it cost either $5 or $10 for the package. If you want it I guess you will have to call Direct and see if it's available. Good luck.


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