“BigWater Adventures” Television show hosted by Mark Davis airs on the Outdoor Channel

 

“BigWater Adventures” Television show hosted by Mark Davis airs on the Outdoor Channel.

WHO: Outdoor Channel Television Network, America’s Leader In Outdoor TV, and “BigWater Adventures” television series travels to the best saltwater fishing adventures consummate outdoorsman Mark Davis. He is passionate about everything he sets p212133_b_v5_aa_dhis mind on and want to know everything about saltwater fishing from billfish, tuna, wahoo, dorado, shark, grouper, redfish, flounder, stripers, and more each season. Set your DVR’s do not miss an episode.

WHAT: “BigWater Adventures” in it’s seventh season on the Outdoor Channel’s extensive roster of premier programming starting in the second quarter (Q2) of 2014. Entering its 100th episode, the half-hour series shares the unforgettable saltwater fishing action and experiences of host Mark Davis, across the United States and in pursuit of a trip of a life time.

The first episode of the year takes you to Tropic Star Lodge in Panama (www.tropicstar.com) hooking up with big yellowfin tuna on topwater during a tuna frenzy. Go to for a preview at http://bigwateradventures.com/season/season-7/ rel=”nofollow”  Tropic Star has the well deserved reputation as being one of the best locations in the world to target Black Marlin check out part two from Panama on BigWater Adventures on episode two. Many other shows from Texas, New York, to Florida, back to Alaska and Costa Rica.

Check out all thirteen (13) thirty second previews on the bigwateradventures website. Or follow Mark D. and fellow saltwater fishermen on his facebook page for daily updates. Go to: https://www.facebook.com/bigwateradventurestv

“BigWater Adventures” only works with the best partners in the industry. Penn Fishing became the show’s title sponsor from day one and named Mark Davis as a member of their pro staff. Additional sponsors include: Pelican Coolers, Gulp, Sebile, Lucas Oil, WileyX Sunglasses, Buck Knives, Flambeau, Blue Wave boats, Mustad, Seaguar and Spider Wider fishing lines.

WHY: The upcoming season of the “BigWater Adventures” on Outdoor Channel will include various first mates, shoulder-to-shoulder, from coastal currents or the deep streams in pelagic paradise.

WHEN: “BigWater Adventures” will begin airing on Outdoor Channel as a part of the network’s summer programming lineup, which is slated to begin April – late June. Set your DVR’s to catch all thirteen episodes. Airs three times a week, every Friday at 2:30 pm, followed by Saturday at 9:30 am, and again on Sunday at 6:00 am EST.

WHERE: Exclusively on Outdoor Channel! To find out how to get the network in your area, please visit www.OutdoorChannel.com/channelfinder.

 

 

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