Austin, Texas – The world’s leading entertainment destination for hunting, fishing, and outdoor adventure programming, Waypoint TV is pleased to announce the addition of legendary outdoorsman and series, Babe Winkelman’s Good Fishing, to the Waypoint TV Channel airing every Sunday at 12 PM ET and Video on Demand platform. Viewers can watch Waypoint TV on Samsung TV Plus (Channel 1184), PLUTO TV, VIZIO WatchFree+ (Channel 630), LG Channels (Channel 486), FuboTV, Sling Freestream, XUMO (Channel 718), Local Now (Channel 2100), and Tubi.
Episodes from Season 17 of Good Fishing will air on the Waypoint TV Channel every Sunday at 12 PM ET with a bonus airing the following Monday at 1 PM ET. An episode from Season 17 will be released every Sunday thereafter until Aug. 20. Viewers can look forward to trophy walleye, monster pike, and hard-fighting smallmouth bass. In addition, Waypoint TV has also released five episodes from Season 9 of Good Fishing to Video on Demand for instant access, anytime, at www.waypointtv.com or through the Waypoint TV app.
Having spent nearly 40 years on television, Babe Winkelman is a household name. His humility, enthusiasm, and passion for fishing and hunting have helped teach viewers all over the world how to be successful and appreciate the true meaning of the adventure. He started guiding in 1965 and fishing tournaments in 1970 before starting Good Fishing tips in 1980 and the Good Fishing Series in 1983. From there, he built his brand teaching the masses how to fish through how-to videos, books, and articles. Among his many achievements, Babe is notably the only angler to ever be inducted into the Sports Legends Hall of Fame, alongside some of the best athletes in the World. His extensive resume of guest appearances, tv shows, magazine features, and spokesmanship for major outdoor companies are only a small glimpse into what he has given the outdoor community.
Good Fishing has been around for almost 40 years and has taught viewers all over the world a wealth of fishing tips, tricks, recipes, and so much more. Babe’s passion to share all that he knows beyond a simple tip, and his ability to do so in detail, helps viewers understand fishing to a fuller extent and has changed the lives of countless anglers.
“My friends and clients insisted I be on TV after being forced into doing a commercial,” said host, Babe Winkelman. “Although I was scared, I knew my audience wanted to catch more and bigger fish, so I thought to put myself in the average angler’s position and teach them how to do so. I taught them things that changed their fishing world and just like that they were hardcore Babe fans which has now created long-lasting memories.”
“Babe Winkelman is one of our community’s most iconic and trusted outdoor sources,” said Waypoint TV’s Director of Business Development, Graig. Hale. “He has inspired countless anglers and hunters over the years, and we’re honored that he will continue to do so on the Waypoint TV platform. For those who have seen his series before, they will feel at home. And the new viewers will discover the host and knowledge they didn’t know they were missing. We’re beyond excited to share Babe’s Good Fishing with our audience.”
About Babe Winkleman’s Good Fishing
Babe Winkleman has been an outdoorsman his entire life and began filming the show “Good Fishing” almost 40 years ago. Babe is also the only angler to ever be inducted into the Sports Legends Hall of Fame in 1992. “Good Fishing” takes viewers on action-packed adventures, showcasing multi-species, a wealth of tips and knowledge, and even cooking recipes from one of the greatest of our time. For additional information, visit https://winkelman.com/.
About Waypoint TV
Waypoint TV is the Destination for entertainment for hunting, fishing, and outdoor adventure content. Waypoint TV is dedicated to providing a true connection between the viewer and the outdoors through their Television channel, online streaming platform, Apps, and Podcast Network. Find your destination at www.waypointtv.com and connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. For additional information, visit www.waypointtv.com.