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Boston Whaler featured in fishing TV show

Professional angler Henry Waszczuk is marking his 30th year on television this month with the season premiere of his show called “Fishing the Flats.”

Professional angler Henry Waszczuk is marking his 30th year on television this month with the season premiere of his show called “Fishing the Flats.”

Waszczuk opened the week with an episode featuring the notorious Sanibel goliath grouper. He will fish during the season from Boston Whaler sportfishing boats that include models from the Dauntless, Outrage and Conquest series.

“Boston Whaler is an incredible brand with a legendary reputation,” Waszczuk said in a statement. “Every Whaler I’ve fished from has more than lived up to that reputation. Whether we’re getting into seriously skinny water or running way offshore in rough conditions, there’s simply nothing better.”

In addition to the award-winning “Fishing the Flats,” which reaches nearly 100 million households each week, Waszczuk hosts the “Fins & Skins Classic Adventures” series.

“We’re proud to support Henry throughout the year as he demonstrates his mastery of many fishing environments,” said Jeff Vaughn, Boston Whaler’s vice president of sales, marketing and customer service. “Boston Whaler is dedicated to producing the most cutting-edge, capable boats on the market; it’s a thrill to see an expert angler like Henry demonstrating these capabilities.”

Further information about Waszczuk’s fishing adventures, including videos, episode synopses and programming dates and times, is available at



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