World Fisheries Day – Fishermen around the world

  • Fishing TV will launch World Fishing Day after research found that fishing is one of the life skills that modern fathers no longer teach their children. TV show to their audience.
  • TV presenter Matthew Wright, TV journalist Fiona Armstrong and Sky Sports presenter Keith Arthur are just some of the TV presenters confirmed to present the World Fisheries Day live stream.
  • April Vokey, Julian Lewis Jones, James Murray, Ian Chillcott, Babs Kijewski, Vala Arnadottir and Marina Gibson are just a few of the influencers confirmed to lend their support to World Fisheries Day.
  • Fishbrain, the most popular app and social network for anglers, confirmed as an official app partner for World Fisheries Day.
  • The Angling Trust, The Wild Trout Trust, Atlantic Salmon Trust, Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, Trout Unlimited, Bonefish & Tarpon Trust and Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation (RBFF) are just a few of the organizations confirmed as World Day collaborators of fishing to shed light on environmental issues, highlight the practice of sustainable fishing and demonstrate the positive influences that angling can have on well-being.

Sign up to watch the free live stream here: http://www.worldfishingday.com/

After commissioning research that reveals fishing is a life skill modern dads no longer teach their children, the market-leading video-on-demand platform for high-quality fishing content, fishing tvshould organize the very first world fishing day on saturday 23rd June 2018 with the goal of uniting the angling community, bringing new people into the sport, celebrating the joys of angling and highlighting the incredible power of angling to bring positive changes in the world and in people’s lives.

For World Fishing Day, fishing organizations around the world will host public participation events in partnership with Fishing TV. The video-on-demand broadcaster will also offer a free 24-hour live TV broadcast of amazing fishing action through its platform. The live shoot will be hosted in a news anchor style from a London-based studio, with pre-recorded VTs and links to live content from 24 locations around the world. Anglers will be encouraged to go fishing on World Fisheries Day and share their photos and videos of their day, with prizes and competitions for impressive catches.

There will be a range of peaches from around the world on display from anglers like Ashley Rae pictured here.

Fishing TV Commercial Director Ed Burgass said: “By organizing World Fisheries Day, we are able to tackle the fact that families no longer fish together as they once did. As a child, I regularly went fishing with my father and some of my fondest memories are by the river. As someone whose second child arrived last week, this is something I want to pass on to future generations. Fishing TV’s ultimate goal for World Fisheries Day is to get more people into angling, especially women and children, while highlighting conservation issues related to fishing. and highlighting the power of fishing to improve the lives of people around the world.

Wright’s stuff presenter and passionate fisherman, Matthew Wrightis confirmed as one of the hosts of the World Fisheries Day live stream, alongside Angling Times journalist and former host of Sky Sports’ ‘Tight Lines’, keith arthurand television journalist, Fiona Armstrong, who currently reports and presents for ITV’s “Border Life.” Additional presenters will be announced over the coming months.

TV presenter Matthew Wright said:I started fishing when I was 8 and it’s been a big passion for me ever since – it’s such a therapeutic sport with lots of magic and excitement. Everyone should try it! In addition to the physical and mental benefits of sport, I am personally always keen to explore the issues facing the environment in which our aquatic fauna lives. By partnering with charities, such as the Wild Trout Trust which I already campaign for, Fishing TV is putting on a truly inspirational event which I am delighted to be part of. By highlighting the risks to fish and the environment on World Fisheries Day, we can protect them and the sport of angling for generations to come.

From the weird to the wonderful – Bubbe Bedre and a fat alligator gar.

will take place on Saturday 23rd In June 2018, the World Fishing Day live stream will follow the action of the sun and angling around the world, showcasing the cultural significance and many health benefits of the sport. , as well as the importance of the contribution of fishermen to the conservation of wild fish all over the world.

Users of the Fishing TV platform will be able to experience a wide range of entertaining, informative and challenging content through the 24-hour stream, including competitions, fishing tips, different styles and techniques, and conversations about species. threats, environmental issues and interviews with a range of experts, all free of charge.

Covering everything from migrating rainbow trout in New Zealand’s Tongariro River to tenkara fishing in the hills of Japan, the World Fishing Day show will visit 24 locations, including Croatia, the Bahamas, Australia, South Africa, Iceland, Finland, Austria, Germany, France, United Kingdom and various locations across the United States.

World Fisheries Day coverage in the UK will be broadcast live “The Carp War” match (Sky Sports fishing series created by Fishing TV), involving renowned anglers Ian Chilcott, Harry Prat, Lee Morris and Iain Macmillan.

Watch Ian Chilcott live in Carp Wars!

Fishing TV will work closely with RBFF (Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation) and its Take Me Fishing™ campaign, as well as the official World Fishing Day partner app Fish brain (the most popular app and social media network for anglers), to capture the diverse landscape of fishing in the United States in their live stream, visiting the states of Florida, Texas, Colorado and Alaska.

RBFF President and CEO Frank Peterson said: “RBFF is proud to support the first-ever World Fishing Day through its Take Me Fishing™ and Vamos A Pescar™ brands. Fishing is a universal language, and the idea of ​​showcasing it around the world to celebrate its joys, inspire newcomers to get on board, and raise conservation awareness is well within our grasp.

Further details and content for World Fisheries Day will be announced over the coming months…


Fishing TV content (some content free, some paid) is available through www.fishingtv.com. The Fishing TV app can also be downloaded through the Apple App Store, Google Play, Amazon Fire TV, EE TV and is compatible with many smart TVs. Fishing TV annual passes are available for just £60 per year.

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