As much as I don't want to think of winter, more TV time for the 207 is coming.

The National Geographic channel show 'Ice Holes' is set to premiere later this month. The show dives into the world of competitive ice fishing in New England. With prizes that can be worth up to $100,000, contestants will battle the weather and other anglers for big catches. It will feature two episodes filmed in Maine.

The third episode in the reality series features togue fishing on Moosehead Lake. The episode will air on Friday June 6th at 10PM. The second episode that features Maine will air later in June. That episode was filmed at the Sebago Lake Ice Fishing Derby that took place last February.

Other episodes feature Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire.

'Ice Holes' premieres on The National Geographic channel Friday, May 30th, at 10PM.