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Thursday
May202010

A busy Spring

Its been a hectic time with the production company having its biggest year ever. It is wearing me out. The new series of Nice Fish is now airing nightly on CHEK News TV channel 6 on most west coast TV sets and on Canadian satellite (Shaw and Bell carry the station on the low tier feeds so it is available to many across Canada).

It is broadcast every evening at 11:30 PM. That means 2:30 am in the east. Set those recorders and PVRs as these episodes are the best that I have done in 22 years.

Want to know a little more about our production company? Go to www.nfmgproductions.com . We do a lot more than fishing shows.

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how old do u have to be to make a fishing tv show?

July 10, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterfisher kid127

I watched your program today, and am responding to your request to comment on playing large chiinook on a flyrod and reel. I see no problem. You used a 10 wt rod that is no small rod, and adequate for big chinook in Alaskan Rivers why not out in the salt? It just can be regarded as uncomfortable for a lot of anglers rather than fun because of the short butt section you have on your flyrod rather than the longer section on the mooching rods, but I see no problem. I was an Alaskan guide, and a WA ST. guide for years.

August 3, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterjere Crosby

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