Arrow Affliction on The Sportsman Channel

Arrow Affliction on The Sportsman Channel

The Sportsman Channel
The Sportsman Channel

New Berlin, WI – -( This week on Arrow Affliction, the arrows are flyin' and the frogs are jumpin'. Tune into The Sportsman Channel for this week's episode “Bullfrog Take-Down”. With ping pong ball training and a viewer challenge of smokin' balloons, you don't want to miss the insanity as hose Chris Brackett sticks some booner bullfrogs and takes care of a man-eating, hard shelled monster, Arrow Affliction style!!!

Arrow Affliction airs on The Sportsman Channel Monday at 7:30 am; Tuesday at 6:30 pm, Wednesday at 11:00 am and Friday at 9:00 pm. All show times listed are EST. For a complete listing of shows and times, visit

About Arrow Affliction

One Man. One Bow. Hundreds of Arrows. Endless Possibilities. Chris Brackett engages everything and anything with his compound bow. From small game to big game, and even things that aren't considered game…Arrow Affliction shows you the good, the bad, and the wild things you can do looking down the shaft of an arrow. For more information about the show, please visit their website:

About The Sportsman Channel

Launched in 2003, The Sportsman Channel is the only network fully devoted to the more than 82 million sportsmen participants in the United States, delivering 100 percent hunting, fishing and shooting programming 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Acquired by InterMedia Outdoors Holdings in 2007, TSC is now a part of the nation's largest multimedia company targeted exclusively to serving the information and entertainment needs of outdoors enthusiasts. Check out TSC's new, interactive website and sign up for a free program guide/magazine at

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    1. Take 5 helium balloons 4 the same color on the outside and a different color in the middle like the five on a dice and shoot the middle balloon while its going up in the air

    2. Take a 2 inch bobber and enough fishing line with a sinker too keep bobber in place in the pond . Back out to 50 or 60 yards now see how many times you hit it .not that easy.This can also be done with water ballons put just enough water in ballon to keep on water. A carbon arrow with 100 grain practice tip WILL FLOAT.

    3. I did this shot 25 yrs ago, I done it three times straight. Take a bannana, tie it to a treebranch, step back at 20 yds. Heres the kicker, hit the nanner while its swinging. Hold the nanner around chest hieght it makes the shot easier. Judd

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