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Saltwater TV (SLT)

by Bonnier Corporation

SLT is the first and only streaming service for those with a passion for fishing

FREE in the App Store

What is it about?

SLT is the first and only streaming service for those with a passion for fishing. Access TV shows, short films, and video clips dedicated to saltwater fishing and other related activities on the SLT app anywhere anytime.

App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
12Mb
Genre
Sports
Last updated
October 4, 2016
Release date
July 8, 2016
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App Store Description

SLT is the first and only streaming service for those with a passion for fishing. Access TV shows, short films, and video clips dedicated to saltwater fishing and other related activities on the SLT app anywhere anytime.

What you get when you download the SLT app:
● Access to 150+ long-form and short form HD videos from legends and up-and-comers in the world of saltwater fishing
● Films and videos from the best-known fish, marine and outdoor brands including YETI, Costa Del Mar, Guy Harvey and Smith
● Up-close looks at fishing destinations around the world
● First look at SLT original programming

Shows/content partners:
● YETI Films
● Sport Fishing TV
● Sport Fishing TV Classics
● George Poveromo’s World of Saltwater Fishing
● Sportsman’s Adventures
● Silver Kings
● Flip Pallot’s Fishing the Keys
● Costa Del Mar
● Guy Harvey Expeditions
● Smith
● Stellwagen Media
● C1 Films
● OCEARCH
● Howler Brothers
● Off The Grid
● AFTCO
● Capt. Skipper Gentry’s Life On The Line

SLT takes you there:
● Roosterfish in Panama
● Giant tarpon in the Florida Keys
● Tiger sharks off Western Australia
● Offshore fishing on a SUP in South Florida
● Bass in Christmas Island
● Halibut in the Alaska panhandle
● Bull reds in the Louisiana marsh
● Sailfish in Palm Beach
● Blue marlin in Chub Cay
● Bonefish in Hawaii
● Snook in Sebastian Inlet
● Mako sharks in Mexico
● Striper in Barnegat Bay, New Jersey
● Kingfish in Galveston, Texas

For more, go to saltwater.tv