Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Sporting Classics with Chris Dorsey Films With Sea Run Luxury Fly Cases

Brays Island, South Carolina — Dorsey Pictures announced that an extensive, international series of field tests using the new Sea Run fly fishing cases were part of the taping of the upcoming season of Sporting Classics with Chris Dorsey. Multiple 2021 episodes of the hit Outdoor Channel and syndicated TV series will include fly fishing showcases, including a 2-week expedition across the Amazon jungle and fresh and saltwater fishing in the Lowcountry of South Carolina.

Sporting Classics with Chris Dorsey brings one of America’s greatest adventure magazines to the television space and showcases the planet’s most unforgettable hunting and fishing destinations. The series reached over 7 million viewers in its second season on Outdoor Channel and airs in syndication on 113 broadcast stations as well as several streaming and OTT platforms, giving it the largest footprint of any hunting-fishing television series in the world.. The series highlights the best in the outdoor space, including best in class sporting equipment like Sea Run luxury fly fishing cases.

"Arriving at a destination with damaged gear is always unacceptable, whether it is a piece of camera equipment of an 8-weight fly rod," says executive producer and host Chris Dorsey. "We always travel smart, and for a remote fishing shoot that means packing our fly rods and reels in a Sea Run case. They are gorgeous, lightweight and secure – when you travel with one of these, you know you fishing gear is going to arrive intact. No wonder Sea Run has established itself as the premiere luxury fly case in the category.

Host Chris Dorsey has been called the 'brand-father' of outdoor television having helped create and launch 56 series in the outdoor genre and an equal number of series in mainstream television, including for such networks as ABC, Discovery Channel, History Channel, HGTV, Travel, DIY, ESPN, WGN America, National Geographic, Nat Geo Wild, Destination America, Oxygen, and all the outdoor networks. Dorsey formerly served as editor in chief of Sports Afield and Ducks Unlimited magazines, is the author of 12 books, and is a regular contributor to Forbes. His work also has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, National Geographic, Newsweek, and The Robb Report. He's among the world's most widely traveled hunters having taken the 29 big game species of North America, the deadly seven species of Africa, the spiral horns of Africa and the wild turkey world slam. He's also served in board and advisory positions of numerous conservation and sporting advocacy organizations.

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