Fishing & Boating News

Fishing the WildSide ON-ICE Coming to Canadian Stations in 2007

(Jan. 17, 2007 - Walker, MN) Fishing the WildSide ON-ICE, the world's only fishing show dedicated to the sport of ice fishing, will be coming to Canada on WILD TV Canada and the World Fishing Network beginning in January of 2007. Fishing the WildSide ON-ICE will be aired on Wild TV and on the World Fishing Network. The networks are available across Canada, from British Columbia to Nova Scotia, with a combined viewership of 7,000,000. Expanding to Canada is a natural step for a show dedicated to ice angling. "The ice fishing community is a tight group of people, sharing the passion for the sport knows no boundaries or borders," says Fishing the WildSide ON-ICE host Chip Leer. "When you look at the North American ice belt without international boundaries, airing ice fishing TV over this geographic region is an obvious fit." Fishing the WildSide ON-ICE made history in 2005 as the first and only fishing television programming dedicated to the rapidly-growing sport of ice fishing. Fishing the WildSide ON-ICE just completed its second season in the US, with expanded network coverage, and an overwhelming positive response from viewers. Fishing the WildSide ON-ICE is first and foremost an educational program, sharing with its viewers the fun and excitement of ice fishing, with expert tips on how to catch more fish, whether it's at some of North America's premier ice fishing destinations, or in their own back yard. Cutting edge technologies are explored and explained in practical, useful ways by expert anglers who know ice anglers and their sport. Viewers will see all the action, above and below the ice, with stunning underwater photography showing lures, presentation techniques, and fish in their natural environment. Whether it's monster lake trout, trophy walleyes and pike, panfish, eelpout, or perch, if it's under the ice, it's on Fishing the WildSide ON-ICE. Fishing the WildSide is a multi-media outdoor company, based in Walker, Minnesota. The company celebrates the sport of fishing by sharing its passion and educating anglers through Fishing the WildSide Televsion, the Fishing the WildSide Website and the Fishing the WildSide Digital Magazine. For more information about Fishing the WildSide, call 218-547-4714 or email: