“F&T’s North American Trapper” Moves to Pursuit Channel

Alan Probst, the host of “F&T’s North American Trapper,” has announced some major changes in store for television’s first all-trapping show.

The show, which debuted in late June on In Country Television, will now be aired on the Pursuit Channel. Probst announced the change on TrapperMan.com:

This is what I have been working on for the last three weeks and it
was finalized today with the Pursuit Channel and it is as follows which
should benefit the show and its reach onward.

The show will not
be running on ICTV from this point on. The show has been taken off of
the air and will now run the entire 4th Quarter and then re-air 1st
Quarter for a new 26 week schedule on the Pursuit Channel which is
DirecTV channel 608 and Dish Network (TBD) starting in January. The
total reach of this program will now be around the 39 million household mark
and on a much better outdoor programming carriage system.

is a distinct difference in this Pursuit network and the show will be
running two basic Prime slots which should provide even more exposure.

The show will air on Wednesdays at 11:30 a.m. and Fridays at 7:30 p.m. and 11:30 p.m.

The show can also be viewed after television airings
on the “F&T’s North American Trapper” website at www.NATrapper.com. The website also features various other
clips and merchandise.

Trapper & Predator Caller
is one of the show’s sponsors. Other sponsors include F&T Fur
Harvesters Trading Post as the title sponsor, Duke Trap Company, USA
FOXX & Furs, the National Trappers Association and Furbearers

Trapper & Predator Caller Executive Editor
Jim Spencer and trappers Charles Probst, Johnny Thorpe, Mark June, Tera
Roach, John Graham, Mike Gurski, Kirk DeKalb and Brad Harris are
among those featured in the first season.

Don’t miss out on any issues of Trapper & Predator Caller! Save 52 percent by subscribing HERE.

Related Posts

One thought on ““F&T’s North American Trapper” Moves to Pursuit Channel

  1. Love your show. Missed some of the first shows hope for a rerun. I have been trapping since the early 70’s and you never get to old to learn a few new tricks. Thanks for putting on a good trapping show. May your steel be full of fur. Paul D, Rogers

Leave a Reply