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Several months ago we initiated a partnership with WFN: World Fishing Network, the only 24/7 fishing TV channel. In February, we welcomed a WFN television crew for some of the world famous perch and walleye fishing Mille Lacs is famous for. We managed to get into some great early morning perch on day 1 and a nice 26 inch walleye, but the “wind storm of the winter” bared down on us hard early afternoon, effectively shutting down the fishing for the rest of the trip. Hats off to the guys from WFN – for sticking out some of the worst fishing conditions we have seen… we welcome them back anytime!

Check out video from our adventures featuring Rick, Tom Darren and Frank at

WFN High Definition TV channel is now available from DISH Network. For more information on how to subscribe to the WFN TV channel on DISH Network or Verizon FiOS visit

Click here to see a WFN TV schedule:

Finally, WFN is giving away a $15,000 fully rigged fishing boat this summer as part of their Adopt-An-Angler initiative. Stay tuned for more information on how you could win the boat or one of 4 $500 gift certificates for your favourite fishing retailer.


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I've been tuning into WFN for the past few weeks since it was just released on Dish Network and it's a great channel. All your Sat/Sun morning favorites are on there along with many others that should appeal to fisherman of all sorts.

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