NATIONAL TELEVISION SHOWS Todd Hannah has been
personally to appear on several National TV
fishing shows over the years. When these fishing
show production people produce specials they
seek only the very best fishing guides. Ratings
and lots of fish being caught is what they must
have or there is no show. Film and production
crews cost thousands of dollars so time is money
and they just can't afford to take chances with
fishing guides who don't catch fish. If your
time and money is important to you then you
should also contact the very best there is. Do
as all the National Television Fishing Shows
listed below did. Select The Oregon Angler for
the very best possible fishing trip.
Todd Hannah was contacted by the popular National Television
Show "America's Outdoor Journal" and asked if he
would be their guide for a special on fishing for Bass on
the Umpqua River. Todd fished a section of the Umpqua River
which is known as "the loop" and is known for producing
world class smallmouth bass. "The loop section of the Umpqua
River" is situated in a private property area and has very
limited access. The guides who have access to this prime
smallmouth bass fishing section of the Umpqua river catch
and release so the big fish are always there to provide
fishing thrills for everyone who books a guided fishing trip
with the Oregon Angler. Todd
Hannah and a few of his clients set a record for catching
smallmouth bass here landing a total of 327 in one day!
Salmon can also be caught here and during the television
segment Todd landed a bright silver Chinook Salmon.
The fishing on the above outing was so good that "America's
Outdoor Journal" returned for another round of
Smallmouth Bass fishing and if you watch the Outdoor Channel
on your cable or Satellite TV you may be able to see reruns
of these popular shows from time to time. Better yet,
contact The Oregon Angler and ask him to send you a tape
with all the shows. Beware though, if you see these tapes
you will BOOK A TRIP because seeing the best fishing in the
Northwest in waters that are not crowded and scenery that is
breathtaking is very exciting and you will not only book a
trip with Todd, but you will find yourself not being able to
wait 'til the day you get there and step foot on one of his
boats. CLICK HERE
to see the Outdoor Journal program info for this show.
OUTDOORS popular television fishing series "American
Expeditions" selected the Oregon Angler Todd Hannah when
they filmed their television show about "fishing the Umpqua"
and guest host was Professional baseball pitcher (All Star &
Cy Young winner) Steve Bedrosian. The Oregon Angler took
Steve and the ESPN Outdoors crew for a day of Sturgeon
fishing on the Umpqua River. Both keeper Sturgeon and Trophy
Sturgeon make their homes in the depths of the Umpqua River
and when you have a nationally famous Oregon fishing guide
like Todd Hannah helping you to locate and catch these
Sturgeon, it's "if" you will catch and but "how many" and
that usually depends on how strong your arms are because
Sturgeon on the Umpqua are veracious fighters and the thrill
of landing one of these trophies can be addicting. You will
likely find yourself booking another trip with Oregon
Fishing Guide Todd Hannah, at the end of the day before you
say your good byes!
COLUMBIA COUNTRY "Sport Fishing The Northwest" picked the
Oregon Angler Todd Hannah to be their fishing guide for
their weekly television show for a segment on Coho Salmon
fishing on the Umpqua River.
This television show
featured the Coho Salmon fishery at the mouth of the Umpqua.
Todd used very light gear & 10 lb. test and spinning gear
that made catching the huge Salmon EXTREMELY exciting.
Sometimes you just have to see it to believe it, but
catching 15 lb and larger Salmon on gear that is commonly
used to catch Bass in an area where there are no crowds is
very thrilling. Contact Todd Hannah and he will send you a
copy of this video so you can see why some people consider
this to be one of the most popular fisheries anywhere in the
Northwest. As if that isn't enough, Todd also trolls with a
little weight and some special spinners in this same area to
get down a little lower and catch the bigger Chinook Salmon.
The Umpqua River is a year 'round fishery. Depending on the
season, anglers can expect to catch Stripers (Striped Bass),
trophy Smallmouth Bass and the American Shad. There are
three different species of Salmon, The Spring Chinook, Fall
Chinook and Coho Salmon, and Steelhead. Call Todd Hannah
today and book a trip now. Smaller groups of 2 to 6 people
can usually find openings with a 2 week notice. Larger
business and corporate bookings take a little more
preparation and require a little more advanced notice.
Note: The fishing was so good on this trip that
Columbia Country booked another trip with Todd to fish for
Spring Steelhead on the popular coastal Elk River. On this
show they drifted eggs, pulled plugs, used sand shrimp (fly
fishing is also an option). The action on this guided
fishing trip was almost non stop and they fished from the
drift boat for the most part but also stopped on the shore
to fish from the bank in some of the popular holes.