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Local production company launching two new shows

Host and executive producer Mike Mitchell will be involved in two sport fishing programs.  - Submitted
Host and executive producer Mike Mitchell will be involved in two sport fishing programs.
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Mission’s Mountain View Productions is launching two sportfishing programs this weekend.

The new series Sportfishing Adventures will make its premiere while BC Outdoors Sport Fishing will begin its third-season run.

Both programs are produced out of the new Mission-based home of Mountain View Productions, under the umbrella of BC Outdoors Magazine, an outdoorsmen’s staple for more than 65 years.

“Our new Mission home has brought us closer to our readers and viewers and we’re really excited to share these exciting shows with them,” said executive producer and host Mike Mitchell.

“There is definitely something for everyone, no matter your experience level.”

The programs include hosts such as NHL’s Brendan Morrison, former CFL player-turned-sportscaster Chris Burns and fishing celebrity Brian Chan. Mitchell also serves as editor of BC Outdoors.

BC Outdoors Sport Fishing is a how-to for the average angler and shares all the secrets of the province’s best fishing holes.

The season premiere features a release of the host’s biggest Rainbow trout to date on Shuswap Lake.

Sport Fishing Adventures takes viewers on lodge or resort-based travel throughout Western Canada and features Sturgeon fishing in Mission.

The series premiere covers salmon fishing in the North Central Coast.

You can catch them on CHEK on Sundays at noon, WildTV, WFN, or other regional networks.

For all air times visit www.mountainviewproductions.ca.

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