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Outdoor Channel adds new fishing shows

The Outdoor Channel announced its first-quarter programming schedule, in which 19 shows will make their network debut, including four former ESPN series.

The Outdoor Channel is also presenting all-new episodes of 50 of its top returning outdoor programs.

The Outdoor Channel will premiere four former ESPN fishing shows, including "Buccaneers and Bones," starring veteran journalist Tom Brokaw, Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated actor Michael Keaton and actor Zach Gilford of "Friday Night Lights," "The Saltwater Series," "Spanish Fly," and "Zona's Awesome Fishing Show."

Also new to the Outdoor Channel is "Ultimate Match Fishing" co-host Fish Fishburne with his new show, "The Fish Fishburne Show." Further stacking Outdoor Channel's lineup of fishing shows is "Fishing University," "Wild on the Fly, Presented by Grizzly Hackle" and "Ford's Fishing Frontiers," featuring fishing legend Flip Pallot.

Click here for more on the Outdoor Channel's new programming.

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