Minnetonka, MN - (March 7, 2013) - This week on North American Fisherman-TV, it's a face off-or perhaps a fish off-between three seasoned anglers on one unknown Minnesota lake. Anglers George Liddle, Karen Savik and Eric Haataja step aboard their Ranger boats to fish for an afternoon to determine who catches the most, and biggest, fish on a mystery lake. Catch a sneak peek of the episode on YouTube.
The anglers have only 30 minutes to scout the lake and then it's on for six hours of non-stop fishing action. The three anglers have their own unique techniques to finding the most fish. Haataja immediately goes to lily pads for shallow fishing while Savik and Liddle are determined to go deep. Viewers will have to tune in to see who takes home the title!
Silent Invaders will examine the microscopic weevil as a potential answer in the war against Eurasian milfoil. One group in Chippewa County, Wisconsin has a new plan for winning this battle. Finally, see which knot will be the strongest in this episode's Knot Wars.
From bass to stripers to swordfish, North American Fisherman-TV is traveling across the country to bring viewers the best action on the water today. North American Fisherman-TV airs on NBC Sports Network, Pursuit Channel, Discovery - Destination America and Wild TV. Check local listings for airtimes.
North American Fisherman-TV's NBC Sports Network air times are Tuesdays at 1:30 pm, Thursdays at 5:30 am, Saturdays at 8 am and Sundays at 6:30 am ET; Pursuit Channel Sundays at 12:30 pm, Wednesdays at 12:30 am and Saturdays at 9:30 am ET, Discovery - Destination America Fridays at 8 am and Saturdays at 7 am ET and on Wild TV at Saturdays at 1 pm, Tuesdays 3 pm, Thursdays 7:30 am and Fridays at 12:00 pm ET.
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