The In Country Television Channel on DISH Network

Ah, yes, the great outdoors.  We know you love it and we know you spend as much time out in it as is humanly possible in your busy life.  But there are times when doing that is impossible and staring at the family room walls is driving you to the brink of insanity.  What do you do then?

Get outdoors without ever leaving the house with In Country Television (ICTV) on DISH Network.  This station is for all outdoor enthusiasts looking for television programming that captures their interests. No fru-fru-girly stuff, no freakishly excited persons hocking the latest in laundry cleaning gadgetry and no sitcoms aimed at a kindergarten mentality. In Country TV offers everything from fishing and hunting to motor sports and recreation programming. In Country Television can be found on DISH Network channel 230.

It doesn’t matter if you are into hunting, fishing, motor sports, horsemanship, hiking/camping/mountain climbing or just a good ol’ fashioned down-home-on-the-farm lifestyle, you’re gonna find it here on In Country Television.

There’s original shows like “Hunt/Sleep/Fish” where you’re shown the raw excitement of the hunt for deer, elk, antelope, wild boar, game birds and waterfowl just the way it happens from start to finish and you can learn the angling savvy of professional fishermen as they travel around the country in search of all varieties of fish, both fresh and saltwater species. From rodeo round-up to real life country living, you can find it all on In Country Television from DISH Network in the following packages:

So the next time life or circumstances gets in the way of your getting out into the great outdoors, don’t let that stop you from actually enjoying the great outdoors.  Order DISH Network now and bring all the In Country TV excitement and adventure….indoors.

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