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Espn 2 on Dstv for Bass shows

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#16
SI technology??
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#17
Side image!
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#18
Honestly you have my vote on this.
Watching all the old elite series on ESPN classic is boring me to basstears. I really dont wana watch it for another 4 years. Bring on ESPN 2!
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#19
Listen to BBB and JMG; the Texas Trail and Major League Fishing are both awesome shows with good production value.
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#20
I don't think SS dropped the BETT. I think the issue is the R70K (I heard not sure if the amount is correct) per episode it cost to build a BETT show.
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#21
Hey Bassbaboon (interesting name), welcome to the site, where you from and what's up?
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#22
Flokkinfluke, To strengthen your case – there was a report published in 2007 by Prof Leibold in which he gives a number of facts about the fishing industry in South Africa – have a look at the link below – maybe this is what DSTV should consider….. the trick would be do get it on the right desk at DSTV………..

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#23
sheesh, if that report is anything to go by then bass anglers spend on average R60 000.00 per annum on bass fishing. Cant wait to finish my studying and start spending like the rest of you :blue-badgrin:
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#24
The video, makes me wanna make plans for sunday....

This format is something that will work in SA - and will definitely have many views/followers, in my opinion...

I will wrap the 8 boats!!
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#25
Thanks for that link PDV, interesting.
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#26
The porn channels are for toptv and not Dstv :blue-rolleyes:
However you guys will have my vote for that for sure.

@ Riprap Bassbaboon is my fishing partner :blue-biggrin:
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#27
Man this major bass is something else it is brilliant.
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#28
PDV Wrote:Flokkinfluke, To strengthen your case – there was a report published in 2007 by Prof Leibold in which he gives a number of facts about the fishing industry in South Africa – have a look at the link below – maybe this is what DSTV should consider….. the trick would be do get it on the right desk at DSTV………..

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Very cool

Shuf some of those facts down a hater's throat
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#29
..and a good carp fishing show for Carpiez! :blue-lol:
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#30
Research has already shown that the total spend on fishing in SA, that is fresh water and sea fishing, 5 years ago totalled R15 billion per annum. This amount is more than what is spent on soccer, rugby and cricket together, yet 4 DSTV channels are virtually dedicated full time to soccer.

I suggest we start with a letter/e-mail from Admin to Supersport, confirming that we represent more than 2000 members and we "demand" more broadcasting time be spent on bass fishing. :blue-mad:
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