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Alaska Outdoors Television

Alaska Outdoors Television


Shot in high-definition, “Alaska Outdoors Television”, – produced by 59th Parallel Productions Inc. – gives viewers an open window into Alaska’s remote wilderness. Alaska’s best outdoor enthusiasts team up to challenge rugged terrain and often-unforgiving conditions. Cameras follow these outdoor adventurists in each episode as they explore a variety of diverse hunting and fishing opportunities in Alaska’s last frontier.

"It has been a crazy season," adds executive producer Tim Delarm. "A lot of amazing adventure was experienced and I'm really glad that I was personally there to witness places I have not been before and to capture it all on film. I’m still amazed, as an Alaskan, at the vast size and number of outdoor opportunities available to each and every one of us. I think the whole team pretty much feels that way; people are going to see this show and realize really how remote, untamed and rugged Alaska is." (Source: The Outdoor Channel)
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Prev: 4x08 -- Alaska Kenai River (May/26/2014)


This week on Alaska Outdoors Television, Jeff Varvil and son are fishing the Kenai River for salmon.

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Warning: Alaska Outdoors Television guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Reality
Genre: Adventure | Educational | Family | Travel | Wildlife
Status: Returning Series
Network: Outdoor Channel ( USA)
Airs: Mondays at 02:30 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: December 31, 2010
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