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12-28-2018 09:23 PM
tate05 Cable/satellite free for about 6 yrs. Watch all fishing and hunting shows on YouTube.


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12-28-2018 09:11 PM
REW Casually
12-28-2018 05:54 PM
ltrain I also cut the cord but i went the other way, i Iptv stream everything, over 4000 stations so if it's out there , i could watch it. Mostly watch WFN then I go to youtube. I like some amateur vids on the tube but also look at Linder too.
12-28-2018 05:38 PM
kzoofisher I cut the cord 6-7 years ago, maybe longer, and haven't had tv since. Come January I'll start binge watching fishing shows online, by then pretty much everything is on websites. I skim through looking for the episodes that apply to how I fish and skip the rest. I can put up with ads because I'm not paying extra and everybody has to earn a living. The Lindner's, Uncut Angling, IDO and Next Bite probably get the most viewing. I would watch videos here if they had a section like the articles & tips.
12-28-2018 05:36 PM
Baseline I quit watching professionally made fishing shows on any format........ too much like infomercials with little how-to content. I do, on occasion, watch a video made by a common guy who wants to share information about equipment or a technique he uses.
12-28-2018 05:29 PM
kzoofisher
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I try to watch them for at least 10 minutes, it seldom happens !!!
Are you sure those are fishing shows you are watching?
12-28-2018 04:48 PM
Husker525
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I currently have DTV and not happy with the service and they do not have Pac 12 so thinking of switching to Dish Network. Anyone have direct experience with the two?
I have had Comcast, Direct and now Dish. Dish has a fair selection of outdoor channels (3 1/2). They show tons of hunting shows and a few fishing shows, but the fishing shows usually are early on Saturday or Sunday mornings, then back to hunting. I had to have the Big10 network so I went with Dish. They are all overpriced and scams IMHO.

I have been finding more and more on YouTube, and they seem to be educational. Netflix had Lindner's Angling Edge which I sometimes find amusing as well.
12-28-2018 04:44 PM
luredaddy I try to watch them for at least 10 minutes, it seldom happens !!!
12-28-2018 10:54 AM
twistertom I watch all my fishing content on YouTube since most of my favorites get posted on there almost weekly - Uncut Angling, IDO, Scott Martin etc. Plus, you can watch without commercials which is nice.
12-28-2018 10:50 AM
Sportdog Dish Network with the outdoor package for me.
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