For Immediate Release
Red, White and Boom! PF TV’s “The Flush” to air Thursday, July 4
“The Flush” 2012 season earned Best Bird Hunting Show at Outdoor Channel's Golden Moose Awards
Saint Paul, Minn. - July 03 -
“The Flush,” America’s number one television series on upland hunting and conservation, airs on Outdoor Channel this Thursday, July 4 at 11:30am (EST). Presented by Pheasants Forever Television and Federal Premium Ammunition, and produced by Ron Schara Productions, the show offers a fresh perspective on upland hunting, dog work, wingshooting techniques and the need for quality habitat.
Co-hosted by longtime outdoor personalities Bill Sherck and Ron Schara, the show’s second season’s premier episode starts with Sherck taking viewers on an early-season grouse hunting trip to Canada’s KabeeLo Lodge. There, Sherck; Jason Markkula, founder of BeerForWildlife.com; and George Lyall of Runnings, chase the elusive ruffed grouse through Canada’s “Big Woods,” then make their way from turf to surf in the hunt for lake trout on the clear waters of Northwest Ontario. To see the episode preview CLICK HERE.
“We were thrilled with season one of ‘The Flush’ and think season two ups the ante on upland television,” says Sherck. “This season viewers will see the full array of birds, people, dogs and places where dedicated wingshooters hunt in the United States, and I invite viewers to join us each week.”
Following this Thursday’s show, “The Flush” will air Thursdays at 11:30AM, Fridays at 3:00AM and Saturdays at 2:00PM (all Eastern Standard Time.) “The Flush” is presented by Pheasants Forever and Federal Premium Ammunition. Additional sponsorship support is provided by South Dakota Department Tourism, Watertown-South Dakota, Purina Pro Plan, Polaris, and Carlson’s Choke Tubes.
About Ron Schara Productions Based in Saint Louis Park, Minnesota, Ron Schara Productions is the leader in outdoor-variety programming. Ron Schara and his award-winning team of writers, producers and photojournalists cover the natural world and entertain outdoor enthusiasts on major networks.
About Pheasants Forever Pheasants Forever, including its quail conservation division, Quail Forever, is the nation's largest nonprofit organization dedicated to upland habitat conservation. Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever have more than 135,000 members and 720 local chapters across the United States and Canada. Chapters are empowered to determine how 100 percent of their locally raised conservation funds are spent, the only national conservation organization that operates through this truly grassroots structure.
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