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Capt. Rick Murphy Shows Viewers All the Best Fishing Florida Has to Offer

by: Capt. Rick Murphy,

Capt. Rick Murphy
(Mar. 07, 2006 - Miami, FL) Sportsman's Adventures, hosted by Capt. Rick Murphy, and sponsored by Yamaha Outboards, is launching its 11th successful season as the number one television fishing show in Florida. Beginning March 30th, 2006, Sportsman's Adventures will offer viewers a taste of the best inshore and offshore fishing the State of Florida has to offer. The program travels to various hot spots and popular tournaments, from the Space Coast down to Key West, and around the panhandle from the Everglades up to the Gulf of Mexico. Capt. Rick Murphy is joined each week by local experts, all who are renowned in the fishing industry.  These guests provide their tried and true tips and perspectives on how to catch various fish species. The audience will learn about the latest technology and equipment available in the fast growing fishing industry.   Viewers catch the excitement on Sunshine Network - Thursdays at 9:00 pm, Fridays at 12:00 pm and Sundays at 8:00 pm. Sportsman's Adventures will also air on Fox Sports South - Saturdays at 10:30 pm and Tuesdays at 2:00 pm. [b]ABOUT Sportsman's Adventures[/b] Sportsman's Adventures is currently rated the Number One Television Fishing Show in the State of Florida. Its producers hold numerous awards, including such prestigious tributes as the National Peabody and National DuPont Awards, and several National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Emmys.  The show's host, Capt. Rick Murphy, is a trusted name in fishing - very experienced and highly respected. Show content includes a myriad of fishing styles and sought-after species throughout the entire State of Florida. Each week offers a different fishing locale and technique, plus tips and perspectives from weekly show guests, all renowned in the fishing industry.   The shows air three times per week on Sunshine Network to over 5.9 million viewers within the State of Florida, plus thousands of satellite subscribers throughout the nation. The show also airs twice per week on Fox Sports South Network for 26 weeks to 13.8 million viewers in the states of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.