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VIDEO: Anglers Journal TV is back for Season 3

AJTV host John Brownlee will show viewers some of the world’s best blue-water fishing destinations

AJTV host John Brownlee will show viewers some of the world’s best blue-water fishing destinations

John Brownlee, or JB as he’s known by most, will bring viewers fishing for a third season of Anglers Journal TV, an offshoot of AIM sister publication Anglers Journal.

Because of the show’s Nielsen ratings last year, AJTV will now air on The Discovery Channel in a time slot that’s more favorable to its audience.

In an upcoming episode, JB takes viewers yellowtail and Blackfin tuna fishing in Key West. After saving a few for dinner, the crew starts tagging the fish before releasing them.

Here is a link to part of the episode:

The show is bringing on some new sponsors this year, and Brownlee dispenses his wisdom in unique places with who he calls some of the best people on Earth.

His stories complement the rich content that editor Bill Sisson and team produce in Anglers Journal magazine, which just this week was named as a finalist again for Folio’s Eddie & Ozzie awards.

AJTV will air every Sunday this summer and fall, starting this Sunday, at 7:30 a.m. EST and PST.


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