Hook, Line & History TV Series Set To Premiere July 14th, 2024

July 11, 2024

/OUTDOOR SPORTSWIRE/ –  Heliconia, the award-winning video production company behind the exciting Hook, Line & History television series, is pleased to announce that this unique adventure show is set to premiere on Bally Sports on July 14th, 2024 across their U.S regional networks. The series will also air in Canada on Wild TV this fall.

Host Ashley Nichole Lewis, with a MA in Environmental and Indigenous History, a Ph.D. student of History, and a proud member of the Quinault Indian Nation, is revolutionizing the conventional fishing show. In each adventure, Ashley embarks on a subsistence fishing adventure, seamlessly intertwining narratives that bridge the gap between history, sustainability, and our modern lives. In her premiere episode, Ashley welcomes us to the Quinault Reservation to meet the people, mentors and community that helped her become Bad Ash Outdoors. The episode features epic salmon fishing along with incredible hikes, scavenging for oysters, and telling stories along the rugged Pacific coastline.

Heliconia’s goal is simple – to get more people outside and to help them become lifetime outdoor participants. The award-winning video production company does this by showcasing outdoor adventure and adventure travel through inspiring and educational content with industry-leading influencers. Heliconia currently produces seven unique media projects, providing authentic storytelling opportunities for every adventure and every destination. These series include: Epic Trails, Facing Waves, Adventure Cities, Great Family Adventure, Hook, Line & History, Road Trip Angler, and Outdoor Eats. For more information, visit www.heliconia.ca.

Hook, Line & History will ignite passion in both novice and experienced anglers by sharing time-honored fishing techniques, land-based wisdom, and awe-inspiring outdoor adventures.

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