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Waypoint TV Launches All New, Husband-Wife Hosted, Sportsman’s Journal TV

Austin, Texas – The world’s leading entertainment destination for hunting, fishing, and outdoor adventure programming, Waypoint TV is launching an all-new series to the Waypoint TV linear channel! Sportsman’s Journal TV follows Tyler and Sara Trampe, as they take you across the Midwest and Canada fishing for multi-species in the best locations and sharing with you the latest techniques. You can catch Sportsman’s Journal TV Fridays at 9:30 PM EST, Mondays at 12:30 AM EST, and Tuesdays at 1:00 PM EST on Samsung TV Plus (Channel 1184), PLUTO (Channel 2205), VIZIO (Channel 258), LG (Channel 486), SLING XUMO (Channel 718), and Local Now (Channel 2100) or you can watch now or anytime on the Waypoint TV app or website.

This husband-and-wife duo, Tyler and Sara Trampe, bring a unique dynamic to the fishing industry by engaging an audience of outdoor enthusiasts through their funny and quirky dialog and in-depth analysis of fish locations, patterns, and the best methods to produce more strikes. The Trampe’s entertaining approach captures the trials and tribulations that all couples experience while maintaining a strong focus on the business at hand…catching fish!

“I have been with Tyler and Sara since the early stages of their professional fishing careers, before Sportsman’s Journal TV. Even before they had the TV platform, they both were fantastic Ambassadors for Kraemer Custom Rods. You could say that Tyler and Sara, along with myself were in the infant stages of making a career in the fishing industry when we entered this partnership. In the last 4 years being associated with Tyler and Sara and Sportsman’s Journal TV, my business has gone from a side job and a dream, to a full time successful business. To me, the husband/wife aspect of the fishing show is a breath of fresh air into television fishing shows, and because of that, I am selling more fishing rods to women than ever before. They both have vast knowledge and skill as anglers of the upper mid-west and Canada, as well as being approachable, down-to-earth people. This is a rare combination in today’s world, and I believe this is what sets them apart from other shows today. They are very active and responsive on social media. That interaction with fans is what makes people feel like they are a part of something, and in a way, they all are.  SJTV is a unique fishing platform in today’s fishing industry, and Tyler and Sara’s drive to make a fantastic show is second to none.  I can easily say that I am as proud and thankful to be a part of this today as I was 4 years ago,” said Erik Kraemer, Owner of Kraemer Custom Rods.

“Waypoint TV is grateful to be able to add this unique, authentic, and fun-to-watch outdoor power couple to our content library. Sportsman’s Journal TV is a fantastic show with much for the viewer to learn and love. Not only will this show entertain our audience, but it will also help educate them and inspire them to get outside and try some new techniques,” said Zach Rollins, Waypoint TV Business Development Executive.

About Sportsman’s Journal TV

Sportsman’s Journal TV features a couples-concept, not previously seen on the Saturday morning lineup – Hosts Tyler and Sara Trampe are multi-species anglers traveling throughout the Midwest and Ontario, showcasing different seasons, locations, tactics, and conditions that allow anglers to catch more fish. For additional information, visit

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 and connect with us on FacebookInstagramTwitter, and YouTube. For additional information, visit

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