BPS MLF broadcast delays

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BPS MLF broadcast delays

Postby mark poulson » Tue Dec 04, 2018 8:48 am

Am I the only one who is disappointed with the delay in broadcasting their events?
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Re: BPS MLF broadcast delays

Postby Rod Martin » Tue Dec 04, 2018 8:54 am

mark poulson wrote:Am I the only one who is disappointed with the delay in broadcasting their events?


I'm upset too.

Now what delay are you talking about. :shock:


They record several shows then put them on. Right ?
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Re: BPS MLF broadcast delays

Postby R. Duzac » Tue Dec 04, 2018 9:46 am

I'm disappointed that I would have to pay to get the channel to watch MLF.
Also disappointed that the pro's had to choose one or the other.

Not sure what fishing I will be able to see on TV this year.

I guess I will just go fishing on Saturdays instead :-).

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Re: BPS MLF broadcast delays

Postby mark poulson » Wed Dec 05, 2018 8:48 am

Rod Martin wrote:
mark poulson wrote:Am I the only one who is disappointed with the delay in broadcasting their events?


I'm upset too.

Now what delay are you talking about. :shock:


They record several shows then put them on. Right ?

They compete in the spring, and then are broadcast at the end of the year.
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Re: BPS MLF broadcast delays

Postby mark poulson » Wed Dec 05, 2018 8:49 am

R. Duzac wrote:I'm disappointed that I would have to pay to get the channel to watch MLF.
Also disappointed that the pro's had to choose one or the other.

Not sure what fishing I will be able to see on TV this year.

I guess I will just go fishing on Saturdays instead :-).

It is set up to make money, not to entertain us.
That's good for the pros, but not so much for us.
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Re: BPS MLF broadcast delays

Postby Rod Martin » Wed Dec 05, 2018 11:59 am

mark poulson wrote:
Rod Martin wrote:
mark poulson wrote:Am I the only one who is disappointed with the delay in broadcasting their events?


I'm upset too.

Now what delay are you talking about. :shock:


They record several shows then put them on. Right ?

They compete in the spring, and then are broadcast at the end of the year.



That part doesn't bother me. They fished Blue Cypress last year in March and I fish it this year in March. I realize different year and weather but I got good info from watching how they attack the lake
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Re: BPS MLF broadcast delays

Postby mark poulson » Wed Dec 05, 2018 1:42 pm

mark poulson wrote:
R. Duzac wrote:I'm disappointed that I would have to pay to get the channel to watch MLF.
Also disappointed that the pro's had to choose one or the other.

Not sure what fishing I will be able to see on TV this year.

I guess I will just go fishing on Saturdays instead :-).

It is set up to make money, not to entertain us.
That's good for the pros, but not so much for us.

Rod, I can see how it works for you.
I'm looking for entertainment, not instruction.
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Re: BPS MLF broadcast delays

Postby Rod Martin » Thu Dec 06, 2018 7:17 am

mark poulson wrote:
mark poulson wrote:
R. Duzac wrote:I'm disappointed that I would have to pay to get the channel to watch MLF.
Also disappointed that the pro's had to choose one or the other.

Not sure what fishing I will be able to see on TV this year.

I guess I will just go fishing on Saturdays instead :-).

It is set up to make money, not to entertain us.
That's good for the pros, but not so much for us.

Rod, I can see how it works for you.
I'm looking for entertainment, not instruction.


Well after the first year, you can watch I year back and you got it.

I'm lucky in that the MLF fishes places in the south where I will fish too, so I can get entertainment and a chance to see how the pros would fish water that I have either fished or am going to fish..

I also record it to be able to watch at my leisure and pick up areas that I may want to fish.

It would be nice if MLF was live but since they do several shows in an area back to back it would compress their season into a very short time.
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