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Old 12-16-2008, 02:01 PM
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Copied this from another forum (thanks, Rob); thought this was great enough to spread the word!!!!

Fly Max Films Announces
New Fly Fishing Television Series on WFN & WFNHD!

TORONTO - Fly Max Films, a Canadian production company in a long-term strategic partnership with The Canadian Fly Fisher Magazine, announced a ground-breaking new television series today dubbed “Fly Max TV”, set to debut on WFN: World Fishing Network this Boxing Day, December 26th at 7:00pm EST.

Fly Max TV Season 1 shatters the conventional fishing TV show mold! With over 30 hosts and a total of 11 Canadian and 2 international fly fishing destinations formatted into 13 half-hour episodes. The unique “less-talk, more fishing” approach is sure to give viewers more of what they want with no added fluff. During Fly Max TV Season 1, viewers will follow the Fly Max Films crew on a chase for over 20 different species of freshwater fish on the fly! Never before has so much variety been showcased on a fly fishing TV show in a single season. Best of all, Fly Max TV Season 1 is filmed in stunning full 1080HD!

“After nearly two years of production, we’re very excited to go to air with Fly Max TV in Canada and the US! We are out to redefine perceptions of fly fishing, and we believe we’ve got the right product to do it!” say Nick Pujic and Paul Langford, Executive Producers. “It doesn't matter if you've fly fished before or not, or if you have fished period, once you watch Fly Max TV you will want to go!"

Unlike most made-for-television shows, Fly Max TV is engineered to spark new interest in fly fishing while breaking down old misconceptions through a fast paced style that is fun and exciting to watch. It's all about the fishing and the passion that drives anglers to fish, without the typical host-oriented filler.

With Fly Max TV a cornerstone in a long-term strategic partnership with Fly Max Films, the addition of television programming to The Canadian Fly Fisher Magazine’s existing media platforms is significant, entrenching the publishing company as the clear cross-platform media leader in the Canadian fly fishing industry. Fly Max TV will reach an estimated 5 million households in Canada on WFN and an additional 15 million households in the United States on WFN & WFNHD.

For more information about Fly Max Films, or to see previews of Fly Max TV Season 1, please visit Fly Max Films - Fly Fishing Videos | Fly Fishing Movies | Fly Fishing Adventures

Be sure to tune in to WFN & WFNHD on Friday, December 26th at 7:00pm EST
for the World Premiere of Fly Max TV!

About WFN
WFN: World Fishing Network is Canada’s only 24/7 network dedicated to all segments of fishing with programming that covers instruction, tips, tournaments, travel, food, boating, outdoor lifestyle and more. WFN’s coverage includes a selection of the best international series and the most diverse species coverage of any outdoor network. WFN was originally launched in December 2005 as North America’s first channel dedicated to covering every aspect of the angling and sport fishing industry. WFN is distributed across Canada and is available in the United States on Verizon, FiOS and DISH Network.
WFN is online at [url=http://www.wfn.tv]World Fishing Network : The only 24/7 Fishing TV Channel www.wfn.tv


(Even if you can't get WFN in your area you could always get the Fly Max DVDs -- might be worth while for those days this winter when all one can do is dream about the fly fishing to come!!!!)

P.S. WFN also has The New Fly Fisher and Sportfishing On The Fly too.
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