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17. juni, 2018 - Aktiviteter / Happenings

24-timers direkte fiske-show på nett 23.juni

Den 23. juni er det en fiske happening du bør krysse av i kaleanderen. Da blir det nemlig et døgn med konstant fiske på såkalt live stream. Fiske skal gå igjennom hele verden på en dag, og du får se fiske fra 24 ulike land. Blant annet får du se Geir Sivertzen og Bilal Saab hel tre timer fra vårt lands beste havfiske-destinasjon BigFishAdventure på Sørøya. Utenom det vil du følge kjente profiler som Matt Hayes og andre på fiske fra New Zeland, gjennom Asia, Europa og helt opp til Alaska. Det blir altså non-stop fiske hele døgnet. Dette blir garantert variert og spennende og dekker en lag rekke fiskeformer i sjø og ferskvann.   Babs-Kijewski-square-tile   Showet er organisert og produsert av www.fishingtv.com  som til vanlig har et meget variert og spennende tilbud med fiske programmer på nett. Husk at du må registrere deg for å kunne følge sendingen live og gratis, det kan du gjøre her: www.fishingtv.com/register  eller TV on Demand. Selve eventen denne dagen heter www.WorldFishingDay.com Målet med denne storsatsingen er å introdusere sportsfiske for flere personer i hele verden, og ikke minst for kvinner og barn som vi virkelig trenger flere aktive aktører av. Vi satser på topp underholdning og ikke minst god Norgesreklame. Dette blir artig å se.   https://www.asgeiralvestad.nowww.youtube.com/watch?v=hUQmjYk4NIE&feature=youtu.be     Her er litt mer info fra kanalen:   FISHING TV ORGANISING THE INAUGURAL WORLD FISHING DAY ON 23RD JUNE 2018 EVENT IN NORWAY: SEA ANGLING IN SOROYA, NORWAY WITH TV PRESENTER, MATT HAYES. Watch the World Fishing Day trailer: https://www.asgeiralvestad.noyoutu.be/hUQmjYk4NIE  After commissioning research that reveals fishing is a life skill that modern dads are no longer teaching their children, the market-leading video on demand platform for high quality fishing content, Fishing TV, is set to hold the first ever World Fishing Day on Saturday 23rd June 2018 in a bid to unite the angling community, bring new people into the sport, celebrate the joys of angling and highlight the incredible power of angling to make positive changes in the world and in people’s lives. For World Fishing Day, fishing organisations around the world will be hosting public participation events in partnership with Fishing TV. The video on demand broadcaster will also be providing a free 24-hour live TV show of incredible fishing action through their platform. The live filming will be hosted in a news-anchor-style from a London based studio, featuring pre-recorded VTs and link-ups to live content from 24 locations around the world. Here’s what will be taking place in Norway as part of the live World Fishing Day broadcast: World famous angler and fishing TV presenter Matt Hayes will join Geir Sivertzen (aka Dr.Hook) at the remote fishing village Hasvik of Sørøya. Although Matt isn’t really a sea angler, he’s hoping that Dr.Hook and Bilal Saab from Sørøya will be able to show him the ropes, and that he’ll hook into one of the huge cod or halibut that dwell in the chilly waters off Norway.  Commercial Director of Fishing TV, Ed Burgass, said: “By holding World Fishing Day, we are able to combat the fact that families are no longer fishing together like they once did. As a child, I went fishing with my father regularly and some of my fondest memories are from the river bank. As someone whose second child arrived recently, this is something that I am keen to pass on to future generations. Fishing TV’s ultimate goal for World Fishing Day is to bring more people into the sport of angling, particularly women and children, whilst also shedding a light on the conservation issues surrounding fishing and highlighting fishing’s power to improve people’s lives around the world.”  Television journalists and presenters Fiona Armstrong, Keith Arthur and Matthew Wright have been confirmed to host the 24-hour World Fishing Day live stream, with keen anglers and influencers such as Sir Ian Botham, Jasper Paakkonen, James Murray & Marina Gibson also lending their support. Fishbrain, the most popular app and social network for anglers, has also been confirmed as the official app partner for World Fishing Day. The Angling Trust, The Wild Trout Trust, Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, & Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation (RBFF) are just some of the organisations confirmed as World Fishing Day collaborators to shed light on environmental issues, sustainable fishing and the positive influence angling can have on wellbeing. Fishing TV’s World Fishing Day will take place on Saturday 23rd June 2018.  Register to watch the free live broadcast here: http://www.worldfishingday.com/  Fishing TV’s content (some content is free, some is paid for) is available via www.fishingtv.com. The Fishing TV app can also be downloaded through the Apple App Store, Google Play, Amazon Fire TV, EE TV and is compatible with many Smart TVs. Annual Fishing TV passes are available for just £60 per year.   Asgeir