‘Chasin’ The Sun’ Fishing Show Returns on Discovery Channel

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Visit Panama City Beach is pleased to announce that its award-winning fishing and coastal lifestyle television series, ‘Chasin’ The Sun,’ will return for a sixth season on Discovery Channel. Premiering in January 2021 and airing on Saturdays through June, the upcoming season’s all-new episodes will continue to showcase the diverse fishery and family-friendly experiences available in Panama City Beach.
Chasin The Sun 1“We are thrilled to debut another new season of ‘Chasin’ The Sun’ and look forward to once again sharing our beautiful slice of paradise with a national audience,” says Visit Panama City Beach President and CEO Dan Rowe. “With fantastic opportunities for angling action on the water and fun adventures on land, it’s no wonder Panama City Beach is one of America’s most popular vacation destinations.”

Professional guides Justin Leake, Ed Zyak and Travis Holeman will return as co-hosts of the popular series, ensuring that viewers can count on seeing spectacular trophy catches and hearing expert advice on how to target the wide variety of species that inhabit the waters in and around Panama City Beach.

“Whether it’s redfish, snapper, grouper, tarpon or kingfish, our world-class fishery is incredibly diverse and, with year-round action, there is always something in our waters to challenge every angler,” says Visit Panama City Beach Vice President of Tourism Development J. Michael Brown. “Our trio of full-time guides and part-time TV anglers knows how and where to catch fish, and we’re looking forward to our best season ever.”

Produced in partnership with Pinfish Media, all five seasons of “Chasin The Sun” are available for online viewing at www.ChasinTheSunTV.com and on Amazon Prime, Vudu, STIRR and Samsung TV Plus. The show can also be seen on local affiliate television stations in the Outdoor America network. For more information on “Chasin’ The Sun,” please visit or stay connected via Facebook (@ChasinTheSunFishingShow), Instagram (@ChasinTheSunTV) and YouTube.