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Only best of the best collegiate bass fishing anglers qualify to compete in the 2017 BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing CHAMPIONSHIP presented by Cabela's that takes place on Pickwick Lake, Florence, Alabama. Check out Day 1 action and find out who will be in the lead as they head out for the final day.
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The IFA Redfish Tour heads to St. Bernard Parish, LA for the first Open Tournament of 2017. The competitors enjoy two days of fishing around the inshore lagoons in glorious conditions. Their best two fish each day count and there are some big Redfish out there.
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The IFA Redfish Tour heads to Empire, LA for the second Open of the year. It's another slot tournament so the competitors are looking to bag fish just on the 27 inch mark. Easier said than done, but it does mean the outcome is decided by the odd ounce or two.
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The 2017 Texas Team Trail reaches its climax at the Championship tournament taking place at Lake Livingston. Over two days the pairs will be looking for their best 5 fish each day and the biggest total weight will take the title. The Team of the Year competition will also be decided and it's very close at the top.
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Day 2 of the 2017 Texas Team Trail Championship tournament wraps up at Lake Livingston, where 1st and 2nd will each win a new boat and we'll crown the Lucas Oil Team of the Year!
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The biggest event of the year in collegiate bass fishing is the 2017 BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing CHAMPIONSHIP and we're here to find out who will be crowned National Champions at Pickwick Lake, Florence, Alabama, as well as who the coveted Cabela's School of the Year presented by Abu Garcia title will go to!
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We kick off the 2017 Cabela's National Walleye Tour on the famed Lake Erie at Huron Ohio. Its a two day event with a 5 fish limit each day. Lake conditions are not ideal, but watch as the anglers figure them out and bring huge sacks of Walleye to the scales.
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Our second stop for the 2017 Cabela's National Walleye Tour is Lake Sakakawea in Garrison, North Dakota. With reports that the fish are favouring the warmer water at the north end of this huge lake, the anglers are making runs of up 140 miles. All very risky, but there are huge bags of Walleye to be found if you get it right.
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It's Championship time for the 2017 Cabela's National Walleye Tour and we're on the Bay of Green Bay at Marinette, Wisconsin with the top 72 Pro and Co anglers qualifying for this 3 day event. They are all hoping to make the top 10 cut into the third day, but predictions are that they will have to average 40lbs of Walleye a day to do so. Watch the action from Day 1.
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All the action from day 2 of the National Walleye Tour Championship from Green Bay, Wisconsin. To make the cut into day 3 the anglers need to finish in the top ten. Watch this exciting action as the tournament Pro and Co Champions are decided and also the Anglers of the Year.
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The 2017 National Walleye Tour action this time is on the Mississippi River at Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin. High water levels have kept the fish in the back waters, so finding them won't be easy. Watch Day 1 action, as the anglers hope that the tactics they have chosen, prove to be the right ones.
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Day 2 of the NWT visit to the Mississippi River in Wisconsin. There's some big names on the leaderboard after Day 1 and with plenty of fish to be caught, it might come down to a fraction of a pound at the end.
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The Cabela's Collegiate Bass Fishing Series presents Day 1 of the 2018 BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship presented by Cabela's! Over 300 Collegiate anglers from across the nation gather on Florence, Alabama's Pickwick Lake to compete for the title of BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing National Champions! The anglers fish in pairs looking to bag the biggest combined 5 fish limit over the two days.
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The Cabela's Collegiate Bass Fishing Series presents Day 2 of the 2018 BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship presented by Cabela's! The final day of competition on Florence, Alabama's Pickwick Lake will end with a new BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing National Champion team, as well as a new Cabela's School of the Year presented by Abu Garcia winner!
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2018 National Walleye Tour Championship time has arrived and we're at the Lake of the Woods, Baudette, Minnesota with the BEST Pro and Co Walleye anglers around. There are 71 pairs on the water for this 3 day event, with the top 10 making the cut after day 2. The lake has an interesting slot allowance, so the anglers are looking for fish between 14" & 19" and are allowed one over 28". It means they have to get their tactics spot on if they want to make the cut.
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Find out which anglers came in with the largest weights on Day 2 of the National Walleye Tour Championships. And which of them made the cut to Day 3, giving them the chance to lift the Championship trophy. We'll also find out who will win the coveted title of Angler of the Year.
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It's Championship time! Watch Day 1 of the 2018 Texas Team Trail Championship tournament taking place at the famed Sam Rayburn Reservoir, Texas. Cory Rambo & Rusty Clark are leading the Team of the Year standings going into this two day event, can they put their Carolina rigs to good use again and stay on top of the leaderboard?
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The Texas Team Trial Championship 2018 reaches its climax here at Sam Rayburn Reservoir. Clayton Boulware & Albert Collins take a massive lead into day 2, but there's obviously big bass out there to be caught, so will someone overtake them?
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This week, the Cabela's Collegiate Bass Fishing Series takes a look at the Cabela's School of the Year presented by Abu Garcia race, the most coveted title in college fishing. Then we take a sneak peek of what's to come next on Day 1 coverage of the 2018 BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship presented by Cabela's!
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We're at Kentucky Lake, Paris, TN for the 2018 Cabela's Collegiate Big Bass Bash presented by Berkley! With receding winter floods pushing the bass into the main parts of the lake, the 400 plus competitors are expecting to see lots of action.
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We're back at the 2018 Cabela's Collegiate Big Bass Bash presented by Berkley on Kentucky Lake, Paris, TN. Catch more big bass action and find out which school and angler takes home the overall big bass award and BIG prizes - not to mention valuable Cabela's School of the Year points!
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The National Walleye Tour continues with the 2018 Devils Lake, North Dakota event where things may have started off slow but ended up with some superb walleye fishing! Tune in to find out which pro and co anglers go home with the big prizes.
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The 2018 National Walleye Season is here! With high waters and flooding, there's a last minute location change to Oshkosh, Wisconsin's Lake Winnebago. This lake rewards a versatile angler, who is prepared to try a variety of baits, so watch out for Flies, Crankbaits and Slip Bobbers as the anglers vie for the first trophy of the year.
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The National Walleye Tour heads to Saginaw Bay at Bay City, Michigan for the second stop of the 2018 season. This area holds the largest population of Walleye in the country so expect most anglers to bag the 5 fish limit. There's plenty of options fishing the river, inner bay or outer bay, so who will get his tactics right and take the trophy?
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Find out which pro and co Walleye anglers took home top honours at the second event of the season at Saginaw Bay, Bay City, Michigan. Then we head over to Devils Lake to get started on the last qualifying event the year.
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The first event of the season is the 2018 Association of Collegiate Angler's Texas Lunker Challenge on the Sam Rayburn Reservoir, Texas! The rules are quite simple, the winner is the angler who catches the heaviest fish. But with prizes up for grabs all the way down the field plus points awarded in the School of the Year Competition, there's all to fish for.
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Lake Dardanelle in Arkansas is one of the most attractive and popular stops on the Collegiate Bass Fishing circuit and here it is playing host to the 2019 AFTCO Open. This is one of the biggest events of the season, so over 350 students have assembled from all over the country. It's late autumn and the cold, windy conditions are going to make things difficult. At this time of year the Bass are feeding on Shad, so all the talk in the build up is about getting hold of the best imitation Shad lures. Out on the water it's "find the Shad, find the Bass". Last year's winners Rudy Worley and John David Nowlin from Blue Mountain College are here to defend their trophy, but aren't finding things quite so easy this time around. One pair who do get off to a good start are fellow "Toppers" Isaac Duncan and Taylor Owens, but it looks like many of the teams will be struggling to fill their limits. To watch 2019 AFTCO Open Day 1 now, just login or join
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Day 2 of the AFTCO Collegiate Bass Fishing Open 2019 is severely delayed by fog, but once it lifts, clear blue skies signal an exciting, if slightly shortened day's fishing. Garrett Warren and John Owens from Snead State Community College are carrying a half pound lead into the second day with their 17.85 lbs bag from day 1. They head back to where they were successful yesterday, but in close proximity are the teams lying in second and third places, all fishing the same area, near the shore, half way down the lake. Garrett and John know that with only a short session available, 3 or 4 good fish might be enough. To watch 2019 AFTCO Open Day 2 now, just login or join
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The first ACA event of the 2019-20 season is the Big Bass Bash, this year staged on Kentucky Lake at Paris, Tennessee. This meeting should have taken place back in March, but due to unseasonally high water, had to be moved down the calendar to October. Almost 200 teams have arrived, all with one aim in mind, to catch the biggest fish over their two days out on the lake. The Fall isn't always the easiest time to catch Bass, add to that abnormally high temperatures and who knows how the fish are going to behave or where they are going to be found. Although everyone agrees it's going to be tough, opinions vary on what size will win it, with the consensus suggesting somewhere around 7lbs will be enough. There are 4 weigh in sessions each day with prizes and points being awarded for each one, but it's the big one that they are all hoping to catch. To watch 2019 Big Bass Bash Day 1 now, just login or join
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The 2019 Collegiate Bass series Big Bass Bash from Kentucky Lake, Tennessee enters day 2 with the hundreds of student anglers all looking to bag the biggest single Bass of the two days. There are 4 weigh in sessions each day, all carrying prizes and points. The largest Bass caught on day one weighed in at only 4.85lbs, much less than was expected, so everyone is hoping they can go out and smash that today. The conditions are slightly more favourable, but the organisers have added a twist, the only baits that can be used are those of the tournament sponsor, Berkley. With the water temperature warmer than normal, it sounds as though the top water lures will be used the most. Session 2 is won by Hunter Schneider from Adrian College with a largemouth at 5.16lbs, but will that be enough to win the whole event? To watch 2019 Big Bass Bash Day 2 now, just login or join
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Here we preview the culmination of the 2018-19 Collegiate Bass Fishing Series, the biggest event in the calendar, the 2019 Championship. Held in late May on Pickwick Lake at Florence, Alabama, hundreds of college anglers arrive early for practice sessions and to be "wined and dined" by some of the big names in the Bass fishing industry. Yamaha hold an appreciation evening, with a casting competition and plenty of prizes. Garmin show off their latest technology including the PanOptix Livescope and on "Banquet Night" the competitors fill their goody bags with freebies from a host of other sponsors. Feedback from the practice sessions is mixed, in mid summer the Bass tend to go deep, so the teams are looking for ledges holding shoals of fish. The winners will be the ones that can get the most out of their electronics and make the best choice of baits. As well as the Championship trophy, the 2019 School of the Year award is also up for grabs, so it promises to be two days of intense competition. In the next episode we follow the highlights from Day 1. To watch 2019 Collegiate Bass Championship now, just login or join
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After all the build up, we finally get into the action on Day 1 of the 2019 Collegiate Bass Championship on Pickwick Lake, Alabama. There are over a hundred teams representing their respective colleges and universities, in what is regarded as the biggest event of the year. As well as the Championship trophy, the award for School of the Year will also be presented. The pairs have to fill a 5 fish limit and the guess is that anything over 20lbs will be near the top of the leaderboard. A couple of practice sessions have suggested that the Bass will be deep in the water and that locating some well inhabited ledges could be key to success. Defending champions Cole Floyd and Carter McNeil from Bethel University are out early and putting a decent bag of fish together, can they make it two years in a row? To watch 2019 Collegiate Bass Championship Day 1 now, just login or join
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After day 1 of the 2019 Collegiate Bass Championship, last years winners Cole Floyd and Carter McNeil were top of the leader board with a total of just under 23lbs, can they go back to back? They know they will have to produce something similar on Day 2 to do so. The rest of the field will be hoping they can find a shoal of large fish to give themselves a chance, something over 25lbs will be needed. The conditions are similar to Day 1 with plenty of sunshine and temperatures in the high 90's. As well as the Championship trophy, the School of the Year Award is also going to be decided, with McKendree University looking favourites having held the top spot for the previous 8 weeks and having two teams in the top 10 after day 1. To watch 2019 Collegiate Bass Championship Day 2 now, just login or join
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The IFA Redfish Tour heads to Georgetown, South Carolina for the last stop in the Atlantic division and a last chance to qualify for the season's grand finale, the Championship. 62 teams are signed up and ready to enjoy a day's fishing in great conditions, with beautiful clear blue skies. One of our two featured pairs Tony Gaskin and Dan Connolly head off down the river into open ocean, hoping to head through a cut in a sand bar to access a backwater they are sure is holding fish, but they can't see the cut through the breakers and decide to fish some structure until the tide rises enough. The Redfish around here aren't massive and it's expected that any total over 8lbs will be right up there. We also take a look at the evolution of the Power-Pole which is celebrating its 20th birthday and has become an essential piece of kit for any tournament angler since it was invented by John Oliverio back in 1999. And there's a short preview of the Championship Finals from Venice Louisiana. To watch 2019 IFA Georgetown now, just login or join
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The 2019 IFA Kayak Championship comes from Grand Isle, Louisiana. Competitors have qualified through regional events throughout the southern states and at stake is a place in the Hobie World Championships. The format here in Grand Isle is a two day event where the anglers are looking for the largest total weight from one Trout and one Redfish each day. From the outset the conditions are choppy in anticipation of the storm forecast for day two, so a big soft lure on a heavy weight is the preferred pattern, getting bait down deep along the channel where the shoals feed. There are some big Redfish to be had with a few competitors breaking their pb's, so expect some big totals come the final weigh in. There are also highlights of the Hobie Fishing World 8's from the Gold Coast of Queensland Australia, where 8 man teams from around the globe competed over 3 days for the title of World Champion Kayak Fisherman 2019. We also pay a visit to the ICAST exhibition 2019 held in Orlando, Florida to take a look at the new Hobie Mirage Drive 360 which takes the control of a kayak to another level. To watch 2019 IFA Kayak Championship now, just login or join
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Coverage of the 2019 IFA Redfish Tour kicks off at Port Aransas, Mustang Island on the Gulf Coast of Texas. 54 pairs have gathered for this one day event, looking for their best two Redfish in the 20-28" slot. Reports from the pre-fish days were encouraging with shoals of Shad seen moving in with the Redfish just behind them. This stretch of coastline offers a huge variety of potential locations, with the strong winds dying away some of the teams decide to head out into the open water of the gulf but others prefer the more sheltered conditions found inshore on the Laguna Madre. Metallic spoons are a popular lure, but the one that seems to be most successful is the Berkley Gulp, a selection of soft rubber baits. All the competitors know that they are going to need a couple of fish in the 8-9lbs bracket to stand a chance of taking home first prize. To watch 2019 IFA Redfish Port Aransas now, just login or join
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The 2019 IFA Redfish Tour Championship comes from Venice, Louisiana, the premier Redfish destination in the States. 115 teams have qualified through the 5 regional divisions and they are going to be competing over two days to see who can bag the largest total weight of two fish each day. The Louisiana slot is up to 27", so anyone getting over 15lbs a day will stand a great chance. The preferred pattern is sight fishing, but high winds, heavy rain and rising water are in the forecast, so some deeper blind fishing may be needed. At the end of day one husband and wife team of Jimmy and Angela Adams hold a small lead over Kristian Robert and Fred Peterman and with them both bagging a couple of decent fish early on day two, it looks like it's going to be a straight shoot out. To watch 2019 IFA Redfish Tour Championship now, just login or join
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In this episode the IFA Redfish Tour 2019 visits Steinhatchee Florida, a quiet fishing village on the Gulf side of the upper peninsular. It has recently been hit hard by storms, so much of the area is underwater with a clean up operation in progress. That's not put a stop to the fishing though and 99 teams have gathered at the legendary Sea Hag Marina, in the hope of netting the biggest total weight of a 2 fish limit in this one day event. The flood water has devastated the shallow bays, so the teams are expecting to make long runs to find clean water. One of our featured pairings is Justin Blanton and Billy Emerson, they're fishing in their first ever tour event. Their first reaction is "Man! There's a lot of boats... This is different", it will interesting to see how two novices handle the pressure. Our other featured pair, Adam Davis and Michael Neu have slightly more experience, they're planning to head off in order to find clear water where they can spot bait fish and then plan to spend most of day casting surface lures. Will either of them manage to fill a big bag? To watch 2019 IFA Steinhatchee now, just login or join
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Highlights of the 2019 National Walleye Tour kick off on Lake Winnebago, Oshkosh, Wisconsin where 166 boats are competing over two days, with over half a million dollars worth of prizes up for grabs. It's early May and the water temperature is in the 50's, meaning that conditions are going to be tough. On day 1 there are a few early attempts at trolling but gradually the teams start stacking up on the most popular spots. At the weigh in only 23 teams had achieved a 5 fish limit and taking a narrow lead into the second day with a bag of just 14.79 lbs is local angler Tom Keenan. Although the weather is a lot more pleasant on Day 2, Tom thinks he just needs a bag of a similar weight to finish in top spot. But there are plenty of guys just below him on the leader board with other ideas. To watch 2019 Lake Winnebago Oshkosh now, just login or join
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The 2019 National Walleye Tour moves on to Marinette on the Bay of Green Bay, part of Lake Michigan. Experience says that the Walleye are hard to find here, but the ones you do find are big, so watch out for some heavy bags at weigh in. The bay is 120 miles long so there are plenty of options open to the teams, but by heading north they are likely to find the really big Walleye. Day 1 proves to be tough, high water and lower than normal temperatures take their toll, but one man smiling at the end of it is John Hoyle, who with a bag weighing 41.37lbs takes the overnight lead. On day 2 he carries on with the same tactics, ripping lipless crank baits along sand and rock transition points. A lot of the other teams decide to troll, but not second placed Korey Sprengel, with only just over a pound to make up he too is casting crank baits. A couple of early fish around the 8lb mark put him right in the frame, but will John be able to crank his way to another big bagful? To watch 2019 Marinette, Green Bay now, just login or join
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We continue highlights of the 2019 NWT Championship with action from day 1 and day 2 from Devils Lake, North Dakota. 87 of the top Walleye anglers from across north America have come together to decide who will be crowned 2019 Tour Champion and also who will become Angler of the Year. Conditions are wet and windy, so most anglers won't be travelling to too many spots, but trying to make the most of the ones they have recced in pre-fish. Mike Goffron heads the leaderboard at the end of the first day with a bag weighing in at 28.22lbs. When the anglers arrive for day 2 they are greeted by very strong winds, so tournament director Anthony Wright postpones the action for a day. Conditions are a lot calmer and a little warmer the following morning so it's all systems go. All the anglers will be hoping to net a full 5 fish limit to give themselves a chance of making the top 10 and qualifying for day 3. To watch 2019 NWT Championship Day 2 now, just login or join
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The 2019 National Walleye Tour comes to an exciting climax here on Day 3 of the Championship. 87 pro anglers started the event hoping to lift the Tour Championship trophy and 10 of them have made it into the third and final day. Conditions have been tough and anyone with a two day total over 36lbs has made it in. They are now looking to add to that with a full 5 fish limit. Dusty Minke is top of the leader board with 43.18lbs but close behind is John Hoyer who is on a hot streak having featured strongly in the last two events. Veteran Tom Keenan, has said he will retire at the end of this season, has extended his career by one more day having qualified in 8th place, he now looks favourite to take the Angler of the Year Award, which would be a fantastic way to bow out. To watch 2019 NWT Championship Day 3 now, just login or join
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In this 2019 NWT Championship Preview, we cover the largest event in the 2019 National Walleye calendar, the Tour Championship. This year it is being held on Devils Lake, North Dakota and carries the largest purse ever in NWT history. 87 of the top Walleye anglers in the country are here to battle it out over 3 days. There is a 5 fish limit on the first two days and then the top ten anglers will continue into Day 3. As well as the Championship trophy, the Angler of the Year Award will also be decided and coming into this meeting, last year's winner Brett King is again sitting in top spot. Can he do enough to retain the crown? High winds and rain affected pre-fish and storms are in the tournament forecast, so tough conditions lie ahead. To watch the 2019 NWT Championship Preview now, just login or join
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The third stop on the 2019 National Walleye Tour is at Sault Ste Marie in Michigan. This fishing opportunities here are almost endless, as it sits on the St Mary's River that runs the short distance between Lakes Superior and Huron. It's not unheard of for competitors to travel over 100 miles to reach a favourite marque. Conditions on day 1 aren't ideal, as there is no wind and the anglers are presented with flat calm waters. Local pro David Atkinson starts by trolling spinners over an area of rock piles that he knows, but to little effect. One summer tactic that proves popular is "shivering" where a glidebait is jigged on deep structures. With less than half the field making the 5 fish limit, the overnight leader is David Kolb with a total of 30.97lbs. But sitting just behind him is last week's champion John Hoyer, hoping to go back to back. Whilst David is trolling, John is casting baits and after his co-angler Robert Olson hooks a couple of big ones early doors, it looks like game on! To watch 2019 Sault Ste Marie now, just login or join
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The second stop on the 2019 IFA Redfish Tour is at Houma, Louisiana. This is regarded as one of the best inshore fisheries on the schedule, with a host of options available. This year though the area is recovering from a recent hurricane which has left high muddy waters in its wake, so the anglers will need to think hard on where they are likely to find the fish. There are 106 teams competing for a total purse of over $50,000 and they are all looking to fill a two fish limit from a 20-28" slot. We have two cameras out on the water, each with a featured team and they both get off to a flying start with some nice early fish, in one case just a bit too good, its always very frustrating when a large fish turns out to be just over the slot mark. In the murky waters the guys are tending to use darker colours on bigger lures in an attempt to attract the fish, the general consensus is that it's going to be tough To watch 2109 IFA Houma now, just login or join
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Keeton Eoff and Morgan Promnitz take their Hobies and head south to Cedros Island off West Mexico. They are well looked after by Jeff Mariani, local kayak specialist and have a very exciting first day's fishing in the swells along the islands rocky coast. Calico Bass and Sea Bass seem to be there in abundance.
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We're back in Cedros, Mexico and Keeton and Morgan see some more shoreline action in their Hobies. This time the Halibut make an appearance.
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Albert Falls in Kwazulu Natal played host to the 2017 Bass Classic, sponsored by Yamaha. 132 pairs competed over two days looking to bag the best aggregate weight of largemouth Bass, with a five fish limit each day. The water level in the lake was low, due to a recent drought so opinions were divided as to whether this would make the fish easier to find or have drastically affected their numbers. The area near the dam wall proved to be most fruitful and from here, a winning weight of just over 22kgs was bagged. It was also where the largest fish of the weekend at 4.2 kgs was caught earning one successful angler a new Yamaha boat. To watch Albert Falls Bass Classic 2017 now, just login or register
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British champion lure angler Steve Townson fishes the largest 'blackwater river' in the world in an awe-inspiring Amazon peacock bass adventure.  
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Host Henry Waszczuk is on Florida's south west Gulf Coast for this fishing and golf match up. He's up against fellow ex pro footballer, Tampa Bay Buccaneer Ian Beckles. They are staying at the St Pete's Beach resort that boasts some fantastic offshore fishing for a wide variety of species, but here Henry and Ian are targeting Amberjack. There are 2 points awarded for each AJ and a bonus of 3 points for the biggest fish of the day. Ian gets those linebacker arm muscles working first with a great looking 36 inch catch, but then Henry replies with one an inch longer. The guys are using Blue Runners as live bait on circle hooks and they share a load more fish, including a memorable double hook up, but it's Henry who takes a narrow points lead into the golf match. The Isla Del Sol course is very picturesque, surrounded by the Inter Coastal waterway and has plenty of its own water hazards to negotiate. aIan and Henry have similar handicaps, so it proves to be a tight match. To watch Amberjack with Ian Beckles now, just login or join
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River Monsters presenter Jeremy Wade on why bull sharks in Florida are travelling miles up-river.  
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Cody's heading to the Seattle area for some springtime fishing for Kokanee. He meets up with the local experts on American Lake to find out what works for these picky lake salmon, including the man known as the 'Kokanee Kid'. After a day to practice, the gloves come off and its time for a fish-off - which of the experts will triumph?  
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Wade Middleton and Pro Angler Clark Wendlandt venture out to Wilson Lake, Alabama - a lake they've frequented in the past and usually fish shallow; check out their fishing success as they also fish near the dam and then go fish the tail race. A great episode with lots of techniques and catches!
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Anchor fishing is a very effective way of targeting Salmon and Steelhead as they migrate upstream. In this double length special, host Cody Herman takes us through all the thought processes involved in successfully selecting the right 'structure' or 'bottleneck' near which to anchor up and how to do so safely and effectively. He also gives a comprehensive run through all aspects of boat management, from how to get your boat off the trailer and into the water, once you've arrived at the ramp to using a drift sock to keep the boat straight.
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In this episode Mark discusses the rigs and knots he likes to use to when fishing for deep water big game fish such as marlin, wahoo, queen mackerel, tuna and marlin before tackling a sand shark from the shore.
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Henry is fishing with old friend, Captain Rennie Clark in the backwaters of the Cape River, in North Carolina, an area renowned for its fantastic Redfish and Striped Bass fishing. As they cruise in the Boston Whaler along a reed lined channel, Rennie is the first to strike hooking into a good sized Redfish, just 5 mins after starting fishing. In Fish Eye, we take a look at the Redfish or Red Drum as its actually the official State fish of North Carolina, which currently holds 10 of the 16 world records for it. Back to the action, its Rennie who catchs the 2nd fish of the day too, with another chunky Redfish coming to the boat. There's some great information in the episode about locating Redfish and the signs to look out for to find feeding Reds. Henry finally gets into a nice Red before introducing his Tip of The Week where he modifies a Livetarget Shrimp Lure to make it totally weedless. This is the lure that's doing the damage today as its perfect in this kind of backwater habitat. To watch just login or join
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Bouyed by their recent success on Red Lake, Joe Sibley and his father Ray spend a day ice fishing on a snow covered frozen lake in their local backwoods. This time they're travelling much lighter. Their preferred bait is Wax Worms on a small jig and it's Pan Fish they're hoping to catch.
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Henry is out with the fly rod in this episode as he targets Bonefish on Long Island in the Bahamas. After locating a nice area to wade fish, Henry spots a good sized school of bones and manages too pick one off straight away. In the Fish Eye segment, we explore how important the tides are on the shallow flats and the effect they have on water temperature, which in turn affects the Bonefish and their movements. This knowledge will help you find the right areas at the right times of day and conditions, to maximise success. Conditions aren't ideal today as the sky is overcast and there is a brisk breeze which makes fish spotting harder but by focusing on the right areas, Henry finds consistent success. There's some big fish in the school he's near but its proving difficult to pick them out with so many smaller fish around. To watch just login or register
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Eddie Turner demonstrates the use of a bait boat in pike fishing.
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Host Cody Herman admits that he hasn't been Walleye fishing for quite some time. So he relishes the chance to do so on Banks Lake, Washington. It's a water that he doesn't know, so he hooks up with local guide Jordan Osborn and Jarod Higginbotham from Yakima Bait Co. It gives Cody a great opportunity to explain how he assesses a new water, in particular looking at the contours on the bottom to find an area where the fish are likely to be feeding. The guys soon discover that as well as Walleye, there are plenty of Perch to be had.
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The period of February through to May in the Northern Territories is Barra Time, when anglers travel from all over the world hoping to catch a mighty Barramundi, Australia's favourite fish. Paul Worsteling has made the pilgrimage and is up at the crack of dawn to join local guru Shane Compain, who promises Paul he has picked the right time, on the right tide. They're fishing the Daly River at Nauiyu, about 250kms south of Darwin. The river is tidal at this point and the water brackish, and at this time of year the Barra are moving up stream to feed on the mullet that are here in numbers. They start by trolling lures, green seems to be the most effective colour, and Paul's rod doesn't take long to bend over. The Barramundi are a fantastic looking silver scaled fish, they are always measured in length and anything over 1 metre is considered a monster. To watch Barra Time now, just login or register
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Mike D will admit that he has two passions in life, one is Bass fishing and the other is the Washington Redskins NFL football team. So when he has the chance to combine the two, in Lukerville's Bass Bowl II, he jumps at the chance. He's putting his bass fishing skills and the honour of the Skins up against Kenny C, born in the Bronx, and a lifelong New York Giants fan. It's 7 points for a Large or Smallmouth and 1 point for a Rocky. Kenny has home advantage as they're fishing on his regular lake and he kicks off in a patch of weed near the shoreline. He thinks his Texas Rig Worm bait will work smoothly through the cover and the bass won't be able to resist. Mike's using a tried and trusted Senko salty stick bait. In the opening quarter they trade fish for fish and there's only one point in it at half time. Can Mike find the steely determination needed to see his beloved Redskins lift the trophy? To watch Bass Bowl II now, just login or join
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Whenever you turn up at a body of water one of the first things you need to assess is where in the water column you are likely to find the Bass. Your electronics can help with this, but so will years of experience. Wade Middleton has just that and here he passes on some tips and advice. He starts off fishing a small pond in late summer where he is expecting to find the Bass on the top, so he uses a floating frog bait and jumps it across the surface. You're quite likely to find a lot of vegetation in a pond, so might need to use a lure that will get you through that. When trying to locate fish at the bottom of a bigger lake he relies heavily on his electronics to spot any potential baitfish as well as the Bass, but also uses the feel of his lure as he pulls it over the contours. He and Jeff Reynolds discuss their favourite bottom lures, Jeff is a big fan of the MVP Football jig because of the way it moves across the lake bed and you can see why here. To watch Bass Fishing from Top to Bottom now, just login or join
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In this episode Clark Wendlandt offers up plenty of advice on Bass Fishing in Grass. Grass is good. Bass thrive in grass, but conditions will dictate where in the grass you will find them, on sunny days they will tend to sit low, looking for cover, whereas on cloudy days you may find them cruising around the top. The time of year will also affect where in the grass Bass will hide, in colder winter months you might find them under thick matting in very shallow water up against the bank and in summer when the grass is at its longest and deepest, the only way of presenting a bait might be by vertical jigging. Clark has a favourite lure for all of these scenarios and he shows you how to use them once you have found the fish. He's also got some great tips on how to use your boat electronics to do just that. To watch Bass Fishing in Grass now, just login or join
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In this episode Wade Middleton and Clark Wendlandt have plenty of tips and advice for Bass Fishing in Windy Conditions. Many anglers will consider a strong wind their enemy, something they will have to battle with if they want to catch fish. But Wade and Clark show how to make the wind your friend. Fish a bank where the wind is behind you, so it helps the cast. Boat positioning will be difficult so go with the wind along the bank rather than trying to head into it. If you get it right, a day out in conditions like this can be very rewarding, as the fish seem less wary and the bites come thick and fast. To watch Bass Fishing in Windy Conditions now, just login or join
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Host Wade Middleton believes that fishing for Bass on or near dams is always a great idea. Whether the dam in question is a small earthworks on a pond or a huge concrete structure on a big reservoir, you will always find plenty of fish holding up next to it. As with any new water the first thing to do is check it out, use your electronics at assess the drop off, look for any signs of baitfish, see what sort of vegetation there is on or near the bank. Quite often dam walls will be made of piles of rocks and the edge of these and other riff-raff areas can be very productive. Wade and some of his fellow Bass professionals offer up great advice on what types of lure work best in these conditions and what rods, reels and line to use with them. They also talk about how to make the most of the currents and winds that can are usually be quite unique to the larger man made structures. To watch Bass Fishing Near Dams now, just login or join
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In the first of a new series host Clark Wendlandt spends a couple of days Bass Fishing on Brandy Branch reservoir. Its a typical east Texas grass lake, with plenty of submerged vegetation and timber. Because he hasn't fished here before Clark has to rely on his instinct and of course his sophisticated array of Garmin electronics. He starts by vertical jigging in about 20ft of water, right on the edge of an area of grass that he has seen on his PanOptix. It works, he lures a fish out of the cover with just about every cast. The following morning he adopts a different approach, casting surface lures with a slow retrieve. The secret here is to stay alert, constantly looking out for rising and breaking fish that you can cast to. Again he is spot on and bags a load of good looking Bass between 3 and 6 pounds. To watch Bass Fishing on Brandy Branch now, just login or join
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If you walk down the aisles of any major tackle shop, you will be overwhelmed by the vast choice of Bass Fishing Rods and Reels on display. Here Wade Middleton and Clark Wendlandt pass on some great tips and advice on how to make sure you end up choosing the equipment that's best suited to your needs. When thinking about buying a rod things to consider are budget, length, strength, loop size, the type of handle and how you want the reel to sit, it's also worth considering whether you need a range of rods to cover different fishing conditions. Baitcaster reels come in a lot of different sizes and set ups. Things to consider here are left or right hand, gear ratios and retrieve speeds, the braking system and range of adjustment on the drag. Spinning reels get discussed too. Generally the more money you've got to spend, the higher the quality of equipment you will get. One of Wade's best tips is to try the feel of a rod and reel combination in the shop before you commit, its got to feel right for you. To watch Bass Fishing Rods and Reels now, just login or join
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In this classic Lunkerville episode, Mike gets a call from New York Post reporter, Mackenzie Dawson, who wants to know if its possible to go fishing for bass in New York City. Challenge accepted and Mike is feeling the pressure a bit as the fish are in a bit of post spawn slumber and he needs to deliver the goods or the story is dead. He takes Mackenzie out on a row boat in Central Park lake and things don't start well with a lady's handbag the only capture, before the park police turn up and try and bust Mike for shooting without a permit. Using some diversion tactics Mike rows to a secret spot on the lake and finally his guest lands a bass in front of an appreciative crowd. Next up, Mike goes to Prospect Park Lake and meets up with Jeremiah, a Lunkerville  fan who sent Mike a video of a huge bass he'd caught in the lake. After a brief discussion on tactics, Jeremiah takes Mike to one of his favourite honey holes and the pair enjoy a great session catching Brooklyn Bass! To watch Bass in the City just login or join
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Bass The Movie
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The lakes and waterways of California have produced such a large proportion of the USA’s biggest largemouth bass that it can’t just be coincidence. "Bass: The Movie" pairs professional, conventional bass anglers with fly fishermen to see how their contrasting styles and techniques fair against one of the most popular quarry species in the US. With a cast of champion and record breaking anglers, the film is packed with information about the largemouth’s habits, habitat and history and should appeal to conventional and fly anglers alike.
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The remote island of Bazaruto off Mozambique provides the latest destination for Mark De La Hey. He's fishing for the giant Black Marlin which can be found here.
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Charlie is in the Berkshires in Massachusetts looking for largemouth bass. He hasn't fished on this lake and doesn't even know its name and after being plagued by rock bass starts to wonder of there are any Larrry's in here at all...The following day, Charlie heads out with local guide, Harry Desmond targetting trophy sized smallmouth bass in one of the region's prolific rivers.
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Kokanee are closely related to the Sockeye Salmon. The main difference is that they are non-migratory and spend their whole lives in freshwater, they are also much smaller only growing to around 12". Yale Reservoir in Washington state is full of them, so host Cody Herman teams up with local guide Cameron Black to take us through the basics of how to target Kokanee. He explains rod and reel choice and how to adapt your bait and terminal tackle to suit the conditions found on the day.
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In "Bemm River Black Bream" Paul heads out 400km east of Melbourne to the Bemm River township which is situated on a natural coastal inlet stretching to the sandhills of the Tasman Sea. He has been coming here since he was 13 years old and it provides some of his earliest fishing memories. In this episode he joins up with local expert Frank Milito and as the two launch the boat into the lagoon, the sounder shows there are plenty of Bream to be had. The Bream have conventionally been caught on a prawn or worm but here the guys are using lures, which they cast out as they drift across the water, and they are soon into the fish. A good Black Bream will be over 1kg and 40 cms in length and if you're lucky you would hope to catch 2 or 3 this size on any trip. To watch Bemm River Black Bream now, just login or register
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The general consensus is that Sam Rayburn Reservoir is the the Best Bass Fishing Lake in the country and Clark Wendlandt isn't about to disagree. He hasn't fished it for a while, so he's treating it like a new water, fishing familiar looking features, such as the overhanging vegetation on a shallow bank. He's got plenty of lure baits rigged up and ready to go, a swim jig, a buzz bait, a popping perch as well as a few baits to flip with, so he's keeping his options open and waiting to see what works. He starts off skipping a 1.5 crankbait in under the cover and manages to tempt a few Bass. As things go quiet he switches to a buzz bait which he likes to use as a search bait, covering a lot of water. Sure enough it finds him a bigger Bass. Plenty of tips on how to make the most of your Power Poles to position the boat correctly and on how to fish in lakes with a lot of grass or other deep vegetation. To watch Best Bass Lake in the Country? now, just login or join
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In this Best of Canada compilation, host Jim Hoey takes a look back at some of his recent journeys around the country, meeting up with some wonderful people and visiting some of his favourite fishing destinations. We start at Belleville, Ontario where he joined Mat Seeley for a day's Bass fishing on the Bay of Quinte, located on the northern edge of Lake Ontario. He also travelled to Tadoussac in Quebec, situated on the banks of the St Lawrence, where it meets the Sagueney River, here Guy Daigneault runs the Club Chasse et Peche and manages some stunningly beautiful waters, where he and Jim had a chat whilst Trout fishing. The Bonaventure River on the Gaspe Peninsular, Quebec is famous for its crystal clear, deep water and it is here that Jim was guided by JP Tessier during an Atlantic Salmon fishing trip. We also see him on off the coast of British Columbia at Ucluelet, fishing for Chinook and also chasing Grylls in the Humber River, Newfoundland. To watch the Best of Canada now, just login or register
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It's winter in New England so Charlie heads down to sunny Florida, where he teams up with baseball superstar, 2-time World Series champion Johnny Damon. They tee up for a round of golf but Charlie can't resist chucking his lures into a lake on the course. He's naturally a little miffed when it turns out Johnny is as good an angler as he is a golfer (12 handicap). Charlie goes on to demonstrate just how much fun small pond fishing can be.
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It’s 5am at the Mississippi River; a perfect sunny morning for the Bassassins.  
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With his sights set on a Big Bull Shark, Henry heads to the Crystal River area in Citrus County, north west Florida, known as the 'Nature Coast'. He joins local guide and expert Capt. Billy Henderson. Using live mullet for bait with wire leaders, the guys have one target in mind and its large with sharp teeth. The Bull Shark is unique in that it can survive in both fresh and salt water and it is attracted to the Crystal River area by the migrating Tarpon that it loves to eat. Capt. Billy regularly encounters specimen to over 300lbs and although Henry isn't lucky enough to hook anything quite this big, he does see plenty of action. In his tip of the week Henry talks you through his rod, reel and tackle preferences when targeting big shark. There's also another delicious harbourside recipe from chef Brad Townsend, Sea Bass grilled in parmesan and prosciutto. To watch this video now, just login or join
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Big fish make every fishing trip a blast! Here's a selection of some of Pro Angler and Show Host Clark Wendlandt's most memorable big fish catches.
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Richard Lee shows Kevin Green how effective livebaits are for big river perch....  
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In this episode we spend time on the water fishing from a smaller boat and motor set up, while also learning more on shallow water bass fishing with Jeff Kriet and Wade Middleton as they fish the lake where they both first started out.
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Host Wade Middleton takes a look at some of the new developments in Boat Electronics that are making huge differences to his ability to catch fish. First up is the Garmin Panoptix Livescope which with its HD resolution screen presents with amazing clarity an image of what is under the front of the boat. It's now possible to see the shape and size of the fish as they swim below, it almost makes it too easy. He also takes a look at the advancements in mapping, in particular the new colour depth shading, that makes it very easy to navigate over the same depth, once you have found fish. Wade also shows how using both of these in tandem can make it much easier to find holes in submerged grass. The poor Bass don't stand a chance. To watch Boat Electronics Explained now, just login or join
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In this episode Henry is fishing for Bonefish in Belize. This small Central American state sits between Mexico, Guatamala and the Atlantic Ocean and is home to the second largest coral reef system in the world. Henry is staying on an atoll in the middle of this at the Turneffe resort, surrounded by crystal clear shallow flats. He can cruise these in the boat of local guide Winston "Pops" Cabral or wade in about a foot of water. Bonefish can be found on the flats just about all year round, they thrive on the lush ecosystem and love to eat the small crabs that live here, so it is with an imitation crab fly, tied by his buddy Cory Koenig that Henry has success. The Bonefish here can grow to around 8lbs in weight but the average is 3-4lbs and Henry has a great session with "Pops" catching a few of these, only interrupted when half of his largest fish of the day is grabbed by a predatory Barracuda. There are plenty of tips on reading the conditions, casting techniques and choosing the right fly as well as another excellent recipe fro Dr BBQ Ray Lampe, this time grilled skewered shrimp with orzo salad. To watch Bonefish in Belize now, just login or join
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Being born and bred in Calgary, Alberta host Jim Hoey grew up catching Bow River Rainbows. In deed he first started fishing on the river when he was 3 years old. So it's quite natural that his home stretch of water has featured regularly on the Dimestore Fishermen over the seasons. His go to companion and guide is Terry Johnson who has been expertly manoeuvring his boat 'The Office' up and down The Bow by oar for almost 22 years. This is a compilation of some of the trips they have made together, each time accompanied by a guest angler, who is lucky to have such an experienced pair on board showing how it is done. Needless to say we see plenty of hard fighting Bow River Rainbow Trout. To watch Bow River Rainbows now, just login or register
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Breakdown Lane
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Charlie meets up with former New England Patriots lineman,  Max Lane. They take a trip out on Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire targetting smallmouth bass but the rock bass keep getting in the way.
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To catch Brown Trout from Victoria's High Country is now easy task. Paul Worsteling joins Adam Craze and Greg Smith, who run Ironman 4x4 tours and they take him on an amazing expedition into some of the remotest terrain Australia has to offer. A day's worth of off road driving and an overnight, camping beside a mountain stream means they are fishing some untouched stretches of beautiful highland water. Paul gives the guys some tips on improving their casting and therefore their chances and they all have success on a variety of small trout lures a swell as a dry fly. To watch Brown Trout from Victoria's High Country now, just login or register
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Opening day of the Salmon season on Buoy 10 fishery, Astoria, at the mouth of the Columbia River, is one of the most exciting days of the year and certainly one of host Cody Herman's red letter days. A million Chinook and Coho will pass through over the next month and it's almost impossible not to catch. This year there is a fairly strong ebb tide so Cody finds a shallow spot and trolls with the current. He and buddies Jarod Higginbotham and Marty Carlson are fishing 2 rods each, so create as big a spread off the boat as possible. They're using an anchovy deadbait combined with spinners and bright feathered lures. But it seems that the tide is not behaving itself and the algae bloom is bigger than it should be.... surely they are not going to blank? To watch this video now, go to Fishing TV and register. Click here https://www.fishingtv.com/register/
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A record number of collegiate bass fishing anglers headed to Kentucky Lake, Paris, TN for the 2017 Cabela's Collegiate Big Bass Bash presented by Berkley tournament! Find out what kind of weather they encountered and how it affected the fishing in part 1 of our coverage.
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We're back to see how the snowy weather affected a record 500+ collegiate bass fishing anglers competing on Kentucky Lake, Paris, TN in the 2017 Cabela's Collegiate Big Bass Bash presented by Berkley tournament! In this final coverage, find out which school took home bragging rights and prizes for the biggest bass!
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Charlie and the No Offense crew head over to the west coast for a California Fishing Break. And despite the obvious culture clash, they seem to get on with the locals pretty well, especially when helped by copious quantities of beer and the odd rum cocktail. Plenty of time is spent in an assortment of bars and grills. The fishing is a little different to what Charlie is used to, Jeff Overall an archetypal young surfer dude, takes him out Kayak Fishing in Newport Harbour and they catch a few Calico Bass. Then after all the crew have had a go at surfing and all failed to get up on the board, the beach provides a natural place to cast a few lures. Jeff then suggests he and Charlie try spearfishing, snorkelling at Laguna Beach, Charlie thinks its pretty cool, entering the fish's environment and seeing their world. To watch California Fishing Break now, just login or register
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Henry is joined in this episode by Canadian country music star Larry Berrio, they are in the nation's capital, Ottawa for a Fins & Skins match up, which starts with them fishing for Muskie. This takes place on Ottawa River, which at almost 800 miles long is renowned as one of the top 3 Muskie rivers in the world. There are 2 points awarded for any Muskie under 40" and 5 points for any over this, with a bonus 3 points for the longest fish. But the Muskie is known as 'the fish of 10,000 casts' so they aren't expecting to take many points forward into the deciding golf match. The world record Muskie is actually just over 60" and Henry has some great tips for the choice of lure when targeting these monster predators. Larry is not a bad golfer so their match over the Marshes Golf Club is a close call, being decided on the final green. To watch Canadian Muskie with Larry Berrio now, just login or join
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Hobie's Kevin Nakada visits Cape Cod for some excellent shoreline fishing in his kayak. Local expert Shawn Barham puts him on to a variety of species including some impressive Albacore, whilst Eric Harrison helps him find Striped Bass. Theres also a homage to the legendary Lefty Kreh and a look at the conservation work that is helping to restore his beloved Back Bay on the coast of Virginia.
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One of Mark De La Hey's favourite locations is Cape Vidal in Eastern South Africa and its easy to understand why. It offers a great variety of excellent saltwater fishing - with King Mackerel, Oceanic Tuna, and Bull Sharks just a few of the species to be had.
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The opening episode of Simon Clarke's guide to the equipment, tactics and techniques needed when trying to catch your first catfish.
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Part Two of Simon Clarke's guide to the equipment, tactics and techniques needed when trying to catch your first catfish.
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No two visits to the water are the same, even if you keep fishing the same lake and here Wade tries to unravel the mysteries of what it takes to keep catching Bass. He's out on a large dammed reservoir with old buddy and fellow pro angler Jeff Reynolds, whenever these two are fishing together it's always competitive. Wade is on a poor run of form, not having caught anything over 3lbs on his last ten outings. It's a cold windy day so he decides to bounce a crankbait over the rocks on the wall of the dam. And it works, immediately he's into a run of big Bass. Jeff was convinced he was going to catch them on his trap lure but doesn't have the same luck. How long before he switches to a crankbait too. Wade is delighted that he's chosen the right shape and colour combination for the conditions. Eventually Jeff swallows his pride, switches lures and lo and behold! To watch Catching Bass now, just login or join
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Whenever Clark Wendlandt comes across a new body of water, whether it's a large lake or a small pond, he's immediately wondering if it's holding Bass and how he could go about catching them. It's a fascination shared by all avid fishermen. In this episode he's taking his boat out on a small lake in north Texas and sets about explaining his thought processes on how to find the fish and how best to catch them. The water temperature is cold so he starts with a jerkbait just above the top of the grass. As he moves around the lake he obviously relies heavily on his electronics and finds some fish out in open water near the dam. He uses a swim bait to cover the area quickly and is encouraged when he quickly hooks one. He's now thinking there are probably some bigger Bass to be had. As he starts reeling in 8-10 pounders he knows he's hit the jackpot with this new water. To watch Catching Bass in New Water now, just login or join
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Steve Townson continues his adventure high up the River Amazon basin on the Rio Trevassao, and now he and fishing pal Paul Reiss have giant Amazon catfish on their minds. Full series available on Fishing TV Premium.  
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In this episode Des is joined by his good mate Keith on an adventure into the Celtic Deeps in the Irish Sea fishing for sharks. They're onboard The Antlantic Blue, skippered by Andy Truelove out of Dale, a beautiful village on the Pembrokeshire coast. It's a two and a half hour trip out to the Deeps where Andy thinks they will have a very good chance of catching a Blue Shark or two and possibly a Porbeagle. But the journey isn't dull, as there's quite often dolphins and whales to be seen. Andy recommends drift fishing, letting the boat follow the wind and the currents, hoping he can attract the sharks with the scent trail he is leaving with the chum in his 'Rubby Dubby' bag. They are using mackerel deadbaits, with the tails chopped off to stop them spinning and the bellies cut open to create as much scent as possible, dropped to a depth of around 50 feet. They've got four rods out at various distances from the boat and its one of Des's that's first to go. it's not one of the monsters they are hoping for but a nice 'bluey' none the less. The sighting of a Fin Whale creates some excitement but not as much as the bend in Keith's rod as he's into his first ever shark. The successful boating off a bluey in the region of 50lbs leaves him "chuffed to bits". Des adds another blue shark but is desperately hoping he can hook a Porbeagle Shark. His dream comes true towards the end of the day as he boats a lovely fish around the 40lb mark. Then Keith hooks the biggest Blue Shark of the day, just as they are about to head for home. To watch Celtic Sharks now, just login or join
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Winner of the 2016 Hobie Bass Open, Ron Champion invites Kevin Nakada to his home lake in Georgia. He shares some of the secrets that have made him so successful and also gives us a peek into his garage, unbelievably stocked with tackle. The largest bass are saved for last and are caught off the top as the sun starts to go down.
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Host Cody Herman is used to catching Chinook Salmon in the Columbia river system at 45° north, but here he travels 6,000 miles to Puerto Montt, Chile, at 45° south, hoping to find a similar strain of the fish. He's not disappointed as a large number of Chinooks were 'planted' in the 1970's and 80's and have thrived ever since. He starts on the estuary of the river Petrohué, which has a tidal drop of 18 feet and he's trolling spoons and lures. Also in the team is Gary Loomis, founder of the rod manufacturing company and they're in for a treat, as there are some magnificent fish to be caught.
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Cody Herman continues his trip to Chile in search of the Chinook Salmon that are similar to those he catches back home on the Columbia River. After a day on the tidal estuary of the Petrohué, he heads up river to the spawning grounds. Again fishing from boats, casting lures into the current seems to work best, but having to use barbless hooks makes actually landing the fish very tricky.
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Host Cody Herman and the Day One team are in Chile, fishing for Chinook Salmon. They finish their excursion up the fast flowing head waters of the River Petrohué and spend another day in the estuary. Plenty of fish get away, which make the ones they do catch even more rewarding.
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Choke Canyon Reservoir in south Texas is one of host Clark Wendlandt's very favourite places to fish. Sometimes it's "on" and sometimes it's "off", he's heard that it's on an upswing, so is relishing his chance to get out on the water again. As usual he's come armed with a deckful of pre-rigged rods, so that he's always got an alternative bait ready to use if he needs to swap tactics. He knows there will be a lot of grass to fish in or around, but as the water is quite warm he starts on the top skipping a super soft plastic gurgle toad across the surface. First cast he's into a lovely big Bass. Because the water is clear we switches to a swim bait and gets that wiggling just above the hydrilla, its predominantly a visual bait and it seems the Bass just can't resist it. Choke has plenty of cover, there's reeds, brush, wood and loads of hydrilla, so plenty of places for the bass to hold up, Clark explains how choosing the right bait on a lake like this is vital. To watch Choke Canyon Reservoir now, just login or join
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Steve Towson concludes his amazing trip to Africa's Zambesi River by targeting the huge Vundu catfish.
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In this episode of Cabela's Fisherman's Handbook we take a look at how to choose baits for various fishing situations as well as how to rig them to help you catch more fish.
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Host Cody Herman and the Day One team head off on a winter trip to the Clearwater River in Idaho, looking for Steelhead. Choosing exactly where to fish is always the most important decision of the day and the guys are surprised to find that a spot where an outlet pipe bringing in much warmer water, has no one else fishing, can it be legit? It sure is. They try an assortment of techniques from the boat including bobber doggin' and side drifting. As always Cody carefully talks us through his tactics and choice of lures so we know exactly what's going on every step of the way.
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Cody Herman and the Day One team continue their winter trip, fishing for Steelhead on the Clearwater River in Idaho. Not surprisingly, on the second day, they decide that they will revisit the spots and use the same tactics that had worked on the day before. As the water is so cold, once the sun is up they find loads of fish basking in the shallows, its hard work tempting tempting them to bite, but very rewarding when they do.
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Henry is on the Western Coast of Florida in this episode chasing Redfish with Capt Jim Huddleston in the Clearwater area. The tide is coming in so the pair start fishing on the Mangrove Islands where they expect Reds to be feeding. The fish are close in to the trees which also means snags so Henry needs to bully the fish out quickly and does a great job, landing of good sized Red to get off the mark. In the Fish Eye segment, we look at the mangrove habitat the Reds feed in how they use it to ambush prey. Finding Mangrove holes, which can be fish magnets, and 'skip' casting is key to success here. As the tide pushes out, its timeto fish the adjacent grass flat waterways and again Henry finds almost immediate success hooking a good red. Clearwater certainlyshows why its upthere as a Redfish hostpot as Henry goes on to enjoy a fantastic session. There's also some useful tackle tips in this episode including end tackle and bait preparation, plus don't miss the recipe section for another stunning way to cook up acatch of Redfish. To watch just login or join
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Cletus
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Mike is in Buford, Georgia with old friend, Clint Buice, otherwise known as Cletus Maximus for reasons I'm sure we'll later discover. Its wet, in fact its been raining for 3 weeks but Cletus knows a great Bass lake and so the pair head out. The water in Lake X is naturally a bit coloured with all the rain but by concentrating on likely areas, they soon find some very nice bass. It isn't all smooth sailing though as the engine fails and the pair are forced to paddle back stopping half way back to try and find some fish on the Deeper Sonar. Cletus lands a trophy sized bass before the pair try their luck from the bank. To watch, just login or register
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A favourite amongst collegiate bass anglers, we're headed to Lake Dardanelle, Russellville, AR for the 2017 Cabela's Collegiate Bass Fishing Open tournament. Check out this unique tournament format that requires team work and strategising to bring first place home to their school!
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The 2017 Cablea's Collegiate Bass Fishing Open tournament wraps up with day 2 at Lake Dardanelle, Russellville, AR. Find out which anglers and school takes home the Open title this year!
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Charlie is in Colorado in this episode. He meets up with Jean Van Oppen from American Legacy Firearms, and the pair head out for a bit of bass fishing on a local lake.
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Charlie is in Fort Collins, Colorado and has one thing on his mind before any fishing takes place.....A little jalapeno margarita to quench his thirst. Then he heads out in his boat and seeks out some largemouth bass or 'larrys' as he calls them, on spinner baits.
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Henry's back in Flamingo Bay in Costa Rica and is fishing an inshore reef for a variety of stunning saltwater species. Gently drifting small live fish baits along the reef and first up is a particularly toothy critter as Henry lands a good sized Crocodile Needlefish also known as Houndfish. The Cubera Snapper is another inhabitant here and these hard fighting fish grow to prodigious sizes. We see IGFA record holder, Sjon Harless hooked up to a big Cubera Snapper and you'll see what hard fighting fish they are. In the tips section, Henry shows us how to use a Vent Tool which is essential when pulling big fish like Amberjacks up from depth. Henry then gets into a good Cubera Snapper of his own of around 35lb. Another common species on these reefs is the Rock Snapper and Henry is soon fighting and landing a stunning looking specimen. In the field kitchen, Chef Brad cooks up Cajun Fried Fish Fritters which is great recipe that can be done with many fish. To watch just login or join
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Watch Crater Lake Chinook Salmon, where Paul Worsteling travels to Lake Bullen Merri, VIC, Australia formed by two over lapping volcanoes and now home to some very nice Brown and Rainbow Trout as well as Chinook Salmon. Paul's fishing with lake regular Chris Pittman, and they start by trolling using down riggers to get their lures to the optimum depth, in the thermo-clime they can see on the sounder. This seems to work very nicely but they also try Chris's tip of using Pilchards as a dead bait, and Paul is amazed when this hooks him a Rainbow. Plenty of great tips on how to use all the gear to your best advantage and how to present a deadbait. To watch Crater Lake Chinook Salmon now, just login or register
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Steve Townson's incredible, action packed fishing adventure into the Amazon Basin, home to over 3,000 species of fish...  
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Join Paul, friend Tom Champain and his son Jet, as they fish for Barramundi on the Daly River, which is the largest river catchment in the Northern Territory. Deciding to have a friendly competition Tom and Paul must fish with handlines whilst Jet has the distinct advantage being able to use a rod and reel. After catching and releasing a huge 1m long Barra whilst trolling, the guys retreat to a back eddy to throw some lures and try find a couple of table sized fish as they make such good eating. Its easy to see why Barramundi are Australia's national fish and so revered by sport anglers as they fight like tigers, often going aerial and can grow to 100lbs. The Daly River is one of many amazing catchments for Barramundi fishing in the Northern Territory and its easy to see why after watching this. To watch just login or register
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Host Charlie Moore spends time on the Connecticut River with local expert and Youtube angry angler Jim Marco. Needless to say it all becomes quite competitive but there are plenty of large and small mouth bass to go round. There's also plenty of good food and wine to be had along the way.
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Henry is down in Costa Rica sampling some of the amazing deep sea fishing to be found there. What's unusual in Costa Rica is that often the best fishing is close to the shoreline with big predators feeding in the deep water and structure here. The skipper starts by trolling along the shoreline and Henry is soon into a big Roosterfish of around 75lb, a great way to get off the mark. Just as a storm starts rolling in, Henry hooks up again with another massive Roosterfish, this time the skipper estimating it be around 90lb. As the weather clears, the crew see a Sailfish cruising on the surface and when Henry gets his lure in front of it, a spectacular aerial fight ensues. In the tips section, Jamie from Big Fish Charters, shows us how to correctly set the drag on these saltwater reels which is crucial to get right when targetting big game fish. In the recipe section, Chef Brad Townsend cooks up a sumptious Jerk Rub Mahi Mahi. Once you watch this episode, you'll soon realise why the deep sea fishing in Costa Rica is simply world class. To watch just login or register
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Host Clark Wendlandt thinks that Deep Water Bass Fishing in the summer is something we could all be a little bit better at. So here he talks through all aspects of deep offshore fishing from the use of electronics, to the different baits and techniques that can be used. He starts off by giving us a guided tour of his boat, the Ranger Z520L, with a look at all the features and what he keeps in all his compartments. Because using your electronics correctly is key to success in deep water, he talks us through how he sets up his screens and what he expects to use each of them for. The first bait he turns to is a deep diving crankbait, one of his favourite lures, but stresses how important it is to use this on the right rod and reel. You need to be able to cast it as far as possible. Another option he likes is a jointed structure head with a rage bug rubber body, dropped to the bottom and moved slowly this looks just like a crawfish and can be very effective on flat ledges. The last thing he goes through is finesse fishing with a drop shot, for this he likes to use a spinning rod and reel, his choice of hook will depend on whether he is fishing in cover or not. To watch Deep Water Bass Fishing now, just login or join
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Des Taylor has got a very large lure box. And here he takes us through some of his favourites, each with its own tale of success.
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Charlie heads up to Lake Winnipesauke, just 2 hours north of Boston in search of some more bass action. This time he is being hosted by his sponsor, Chuck Clement and Charlie's fishing and cooking skills will be put to the test. Day 2 and after some serious thunderstorms, Charlie is back on the boat with ex hockey star, Josh Anderson.
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In this, the 20th anniversary series of the Dimestore Fishermen, host Jim Hoey has travelled the length and breadth of Canada celebrating the diverse range of fishing to be found and especially enjoying the company of all the local experts and guides that he has fished with. Here is a selection of the highlights from the series, featuring some of the nicest people he's come across, some of the most scenic locations he's visited and of course some of the biggest and most hard fighting fish he's caught. The highlights include bottom bouncing for Walleye on Slave Lake Alberta, catching a marvellous Lake Trout at Flin Flon, Minatoba, trolling for Sturgeon on the famous Fraser River, the Striped Bass at Dalhousie, New Brunswick and ice fishing for monster Walleye on Tobin Lake. To watch Dimestore Fishermen Series Highlights now, just login or register
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Duncan Charman shows how quick and easy it is to make up your own traces using his favoured supple wire. 
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Eddie Turner explains how he developed the drifter float to fish for pike when there's a bit of wind around. Using a drifter float allows him to cover more water when fishing dead baits and the method has accounted for some huge pike over the years. He shows how to rig the float up and what rod and line set up you need to maximise your chances of hook ups. Eddie also shows how he likes to attach his dead bait when fishing this method. To watch this free video, just login or register now.  
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Des Taylor shows that he's keeping up with all the trendy techniques by drop shotting for perch in his local marina.  
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Des Taylor shows us a few of the vast collection of small rubber lures he has been using when drop shooting for perch.  
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Carl and Alex head to a new water to see what surprises the crystal clear waters can deliver - the target species are perch and dropshotting is the tactic, but when they stop biting, the lads head to a nearby canal to see what that holds - the results are somewhat unexpected!
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As the temperature drops Des' thoughts turn to Pike, and he heads to a lake in the heart of the Midlands, where he cut his teeth as a youngster.  
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Cody and the team are competing with sea lions, other anglers and adverse weather conditions to snag themselves a March Chinook salmon from the Columbia River.  
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Mark De La Hey enjoys the offshore game fishing on offer at Tinley Beach SA. Plenty of Yellowfin Tuna to be found. Then a spot of nighttime beach fishing in Mozambique, where a huge Blacktip Shark provides Mark with a battling test of endurance.
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We love fishing the lakes of East Texas! Awesome lakes filled with big bass - we'll visit two of our go-to lakes: Sam Rayburn Reservoir and Toledo Bend Reservoir. We also look back on a trip with Pro Angler Mark Daniels when fishing the Canyons on Sam Rayburn.
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After a successful first stop Matt and Babs board a float-plane to take them to a private island camp on Lake Sesaganaga. Weight restrictions on the plane mean they have to catch some walleye to avoid going hungry... but in a lake covering 30,000 acres, the biggest challenge will be finding the fish at all.
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The next stop on Matt Hayes and Babs Kijewski's Canadian adventure takes them to yet another huge, remote lake - Esnagi. The lake is packed with fish: pike, walleye, brook trout, perch. But getting there involves a bumpy ride on a 50+ year old float plane, something Babs isn't too sure about!
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Next up for Babs Kikewski and Matt Hayes is one of the many rivers that flows into Lake Superior. They're chancing their arm for various salmon, but the weather, water levels and a public holiday mean that it is going to be a struggle. Perhaps a traditional blessing at a First Nation pow wow will bring some luck.
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On the first stop of their epic Canadian adventure Matt Hayes and Babs Kijewski are at the huge Lake of the Woods, which spans 2 Canadian provinces and one US state. Their target? To land a fish they've both dreamed of catching since childhood: a musky. But these fish aren't called the fish of 10,000 casts for nothing.
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Leaving their island paradise Matt Hayes and Babs Kijewski head to the world's largest freshwater lake, the aptly named Lake Superior. Matt's after one of his bucketlist fish - the brook trout, meanwhile Babs hopes to get a bigger walleye than she's managed so far on their road trip... but the lake holds plenty of surprises.
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Matt and Babs are nearing the end of their Canadian adventure, and the penultimate stop is on the French River - the target species, one of North America's most popular fish: the bass. Matt is also having one last go to catch himself a fish of 10,000 casts - the legendary Musky.
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Eddie Turner illustrates pike kit he would never go fishing without, and shows how to safely unhook and weigh a big pike – with a little help from his cuddly toy pike!  
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Charlie Moore aka the Mad Fisherman heads out for a day's fishing for Largemouth Bass on his local lake against the stunning backdrop of a New England Fall. Fast talking Charlie supplies plenty of laughs, a few fish, and even some cooking tips all presented in Charlie's unique style.
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It's the Fall, Mad Fisherman Charlie Moore's favourite time of year and he's fooling about. He heads down to his local lake for some holiday fun fishing, catches a few "Larrys" and "Sallys" as well as a few "Pickles" (Pike to you and me). He also samples some excellent seasonal food from a few of his local restaurants. What a life!
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Cody Herman and his friends are gearing up for the fall run of Chinook and Coho up the to the Columbia River estuary, but unusual climatic and ocean current conditions mean that they’ve got to consider whether to fish with bait or spinners.  
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Charlie heads to Austin Texas to do a little fishing with Jeremy Furstenfeld, the drummer from Blue October. But after filling up on BBQ, Texas style, they find that downtown Austin doesn't offer up too many easy fishing spots. After visiting the band putting the finishing touches to their new album "Sway", an afternoon backwater bass fishing from kayaks provides the recreation.
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Its Spring and Charlie heads out to his local lake for his first trip of the season. After a delayed start caused by leaving his boat key at home, he heads out and is soon into some nice bass. Whilst Charlie is fishing in balmy weather, in upstate New England, snow is still on the ground and Charlie's friends do some ice fishing and show us some of their rigs.
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Mark Barrett and Richard Scott have some surprises in store as they brave dire weather in the hunt for a big Fenland catfish.  
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Paul kicks of the series in style with a feature length episode from Fiji on the beautiful private island of Namuto where the fishing is fantastic all year round. To start off, Paul heads offshore with wife, Christy and son Jet trolling live baits including Shad, Rainbow Runner and Flying fish and it isn't long before they hook into some big Spanish Mackerel followed by a hard fighting Oceanic White Tip Shark for Paul. Day 2 and Paul and Jet head out again for a short lure fishing session while they are waiting for the tide to turn and Jet lands a huge Needlefish or Longtom as they are often known as. They then set about doing some deep dropping, fishing at 350M with baits and Paul is soon rewarded with a stunning Snake Mackerel, an incredible and truly prehistoric looking fish. Always keen to try new things, Paul also has an exciting  session on jet ski, where his guide Taylor stealthily navigates to the edge of a reef where there's plenty of bait fish activity before Paul starts throwing poppers and it isn't long before he gets a powerful Giant Trevally on which is shortly followed by a big Red Bass, another of the reef's main predators. In the last session of this episode, they head out offshore again looking for some bigger species and soon get a lovely Mahi Mahi before finding a big shoal of Yellowfin Tuna. This all action show just shows how incredible the fishing on the Fiji paradise that is Namuto Island truly is. To watch just login or register
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It's all about finding fish in this epsiode of Cabela's Fisherman's Handbook - We spend time in the Spring, Summer, and Fall on the same body of water and look at how it fishes differently each time in the same areas.
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Clark Wendlandt heads to Falcon Lake renowned as a great Texas bass factory! He puts a strong treble hook on his Square Bill lure in anticipation of meeting some very big fish, but it takes a bit of time exploring the lake before he finds them.
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While most Bass anglers will admit to preferring the no nonsense tactics of flipping and spinning, the best ones will have mastered Finesse Tactics on lightweight line and tackle. Clark Wendlandt shows how he ties his dropshotting rig so that he can jiggle a rubber worm 18 inches above the bottom. John Crews matches his hook size to his bait when using smaller rubber lures. Gerald Swindle shows how to tie the Red Phillips knot he uses when he wants to fish a sensitive, lightweight flourocarbon leader on his braided mainline. When conditions get tough this is a go to set up for a lot of the pros and the bait that a lot of them like to use is the Shakey Head. Just throw it out, let it sink to the bottom and then slowly retrieve, allowing it to bounce and hop over the contours. It's the bait that gets a "ton" of bites in all conditions. To watch Finesse Tactics for Bass now, just login or join
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In this episode of Fins and Skins, we get a real taste for show with some of the highlights of the series. We find out how the series came about by matching great fishing locations from around the States and beyond and matching them with some of the best golf courses in the vacinity. You'll see some of the best fish caught by Henry's celebrity guests including a nice Bonefish from figure skating champion Jennifer Robinson, a massive Snook from Todd Eldredge and magician Shawn Faruqar with a lovely Dorado. Henry has over 25 years experience in preseenting fishing tv shows and a wealth of knowledge that he imparts in every episode with his tip of the day and today's tip is about transporting rods. We'll then take a look at some of the best gold shots and putts that Henry and his celebrity guests have made over the series. To watch this FREE episode just login or join
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Lunkerville host Mike D travels to Le Roy, New York to join FisherMom Susan Brownell and her daughter Celeste for a short session on one of their local rivers. It's fair to say that Susan is a fishing addict and her FisherMom handle pops up on blogs and forums all over the internet. The location she takes Mike to is fairly typical of many urban rivers, it requires scrambling through a fence and then over some concrete blocks before reaching the water. But that doesn't stop it from holding plenty of Large and Smallmouth Bass, Rock Bass and Crappies. Susan gets Mike casting out a small rubber lure, but it is 8 year old Celeste who shows them how its done, with fish after fish on her Minnow live baits. It's not until Mike is given Celeste's Snoopy rod that he finally catches. Of course, if he is slightly peeved at being outfished by an 8 year old school girl, he doesn't show it......much. To watch Lunkerville FisherMom now, just login or join
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The Fishin' Musician in question is Canadian Ken Lucier, who is the bassist with the Scott Szeryk Manifesto. They provide all the music for Yucatan Anglers TV. He's visiting Progresso, on Mexico's Gulf Coast and hooks up with Randy for a days fishing. They start off in the harbour looking for Tarpon using a combination of freshly caught sardines and rubber lures. And then its out to the Ria to see if Ken can catch some Speckled Sea Trout for his dinner. Randy rounds off the show with his wife Jen catching four mighty Tarpon in the harbour. Considering she has muscular dystrophy and is wheelchair bound, this is no mean feat. To watch Fishin' Musician now, just login or register
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Need tips on how to catch more bass?! You definitely don't want to miss this episode where Pro Angler and Show Host Clark Wendlandt concentrates on rod, line and lure selection for topwater fishing and then flipping.
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Host Charlie Moore spends a day fishing with longtime friend and tournament angler Mark Burgess on Lake Winnisquam, New Hampshire and falls foul of the adage 'Catching a fish on your first cast brings bad luck', from then on Mark catches all the Sallys and Larrys to be had. Mark devotes a lot of his time to helping raise money for and publicise the work of the Autism Awareness charity and he finds Charlie only too willing to get involved in one of the charity's open days "Fishin' with a Mission". To watch this video now, just login or register
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Host Charlie Moore hooks up with an old buddy, the actor comedian Jimmy Dunn. Jimmy started his comedy career in the bars and clubs of New England and reached the dizzy heights of starring as Sean McCarthy in TV sitcom "The McCarthys". He spends his spare time paddle boarding - not fishing, so Charlie's got his work cut out trying to get him in to a bass or two.
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Coming from Alberta, Canada Jim Hoey is used to fishing its many varied waters on quite a regular basis. Here is a compilation of some of his more interesting and rewarding moments. On the Bow River with guide Terry Johnson, Jim was dry fly fishing, using a grasshopper pattern when he caught a lovely Rainbow Trout. On Crawling Valley reservoir he's catching Walleye on light tackle. D'Arcy Vandergucht is fly fishing in the Ram River with Jim's son Hayden when he hooks into a decent Cutthroat Trout. On Graham lake Jim gets very excited when a large Northern Pike goes airborne and gives him a real hard fight. Then he's out on Lake Calling with a couple of fellow Albertans who show that fishing comes quite naturally to everyone in this part of the world. To watch Fishing Alberta Canada now, just login or register
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Henry is in Cabo San Lucas, on the Baha Penninsular in Mexico, fishing with Shawn Farquhar, a two time World Champion magician and keen angler.  The waters here are rich with big game, predator species like Marlin and Dorado and these will be the focus of their fishing, whilst the world class golf course with its slick greens will keep the pair on their toes inland. The rules today are 5 points for a Marlin, 2 points for any fish over 20lbs, 1 point for any fish under 20lbs, with the biggest fish of the day getting an extra 3 points. Points are converted to stroles and then subtracted from their gross golf scores to decide the winner. Shawn also gets 14 bonus strokes in the skins game. Shawn gets a great start landing a beautiful Dorado of well over 20lbs before Henry strikes back with an even bigger one. The fish just keep on coming and it isn't just Dorado with anglers catching Roosterfish and  Spanish Mackerel too. At the half way stage its a very tight match so its all to play for as they hit the golf course. Find out who wins, learn more about Shawn Farquhar and his rise to the top in magic, and enjoy the spectacular fishing from Cabo San Lucas in this all action episode of Fins and Skins. To watch just login or join
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Join filmmakers and adventure anglers, Josh and Jamie as they embark on an epic fishing trip to Cape York in northernmost Australia. The Cape is one of the remotest areas of Australia and home to a terrific array of sport fishing species including the most famous of all Australian fish, the hard fighting Barramundi. Using a 56ft cruiser as their mothership, the guys are well equipped with fishing and camera gear to capture the best fishing that Cape York has to offer. Arriving by plane, they first scout the area with a helicopter trying to identify the best locations. There are just so many places to fish here with lagoons, mangroves, inlets, rivers and reefs, and almost certainly the fish here won't ever have seen a lure so hopes are high as they start fishing. Day one sees the weather gods play up with a huge downpours of rain but this doesn't stop the team as they fish the mangroves and catch several nice Barramundi as well as Blue and Threadfin Salmon. With a break in the weather, the fishing hots up with more stunning, aerobatic Barra coming to the guys. After a while in this area, they realise that all the rain has coloured the water too much so decide to move location, South in search of clearer conditions. Finding another inlet, the guys find some stunning mangrove and are soon into more hard fighting Barramundi. As well as the terrific boat fishing, the team experience some great action from the shore using light tackle spinning and fly rods to catch Queenfish. With some incredible scenery, and amazing wildlife shots including some big saltwater crocodiles, this film gives a great insight into the spectacular fishing to be had on Cape York. To watch just login or join
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In Fishing Chaleur Bay host Jim Hoey heads to Dalhousie in northern New Brunswick, where the Restigouche River enters the bay. He spends a few days with the Arseneault family, firstly father Pierre, who he joins for a day on the bay with guide Bruno Pelletier fishing for Striped Bass. These fish are only found on the Atlantic Coast of North America and can grow up to 80lbs. Jim and Pierre don't manage anything quite this big, but still have a great day out in the boat. Jim also meets mum Jana Arseneault who is an apiarist, she gives Jim a tour of the Charlo Honey House and lets him see see the inside of a very busy beehive. Lastly he spends a day Mackerel fishing with their two young sons Alexandre and Maxime who have definitely inherited their fathers skills at hooking fish. To watch Fishing Chaleur Bay now, just login or register
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When you hear the word Chernobyl, you probably don't think fishing but that's exactly where Mike D is in this special International Lunkerville episode. 33 years after the worst nuclear accident in history, Mike D visits the Ukraine to try the fishing in this previously devastated land. He is hosted by former World Champion Predator angler, Yurij Orlov who takes him out on the Pripyat River in search of giant catfish trolling crank baits. The land has been free from humans and manufacturing for 33 years now and nature has thrived with fantastic fishing opportunities now in the river. Moving locations, Yurij decides to target Walleye next and after finding a few on the Deeper Sonar, they use soft plastic lures to catch them before Mike gets into something rather special as the the sun sets on their day's fishing in Chernobyl. To watch just login or register now
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Henry is joined by award winning actress, Jane Seymour in Punta Mita on the Pacific coast of  Mexico for another fishing and golf challenge. The rules for today's contest are based on weight, with each fish under 5lbs worth 2 points with 4 points for fish over 5lbs. Jane is allowed the first 3 hook ups and a 1 stroke advantage on all holes except par 3's on the golf course. Jane is off to a great start as she hooks and lands hard fighting and stunning looking Rock Snapper. Afer Jane catches another small jack, before hooking another nice Snapper which is lost at the boat. Henry then gets into the action with a good fish before we take a break and look at Jane's incredible career. As we move to the golf, its neck and neck with just 1 point separating them so its all to play for on the greens. Who will wak away with the honours in this fishing and golf challenge from Mexico. To watch just login or join
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St Augustine in Florida is one of the region's most historic towns but its also a saltwater fishing hotspot and in this episode Henry is fishing with local guide Capt Jason Keating. The many oysterbeds in the area and fast falling tides make this a fantastic place for catching Redfish and Henry starts with some wade fishing for tidal Reds. He makes a great start, carefully wading on to some feeding fish and hooking up with a stunning fish. In the Fish Eye section, we learn more about the unique habitat in this area, with its oysterbeds,  flats, creeks and gullies and how anglers can  find the drop offs where predators like Redfish will often patrol. In the backwater lagoons of St Augustine, the tide drops fast so you may only have 20 mins or so fish before moving to a new spot but with a few mins to go, Henry shows his skills and hooks and lands another lovely Red. He then takes to  the flats boat with Capt Keating and the focus on one of the channels near the oysterbeds with immediate success. Later Henry lands a lovely 5lb Flounder, a real 'doormat', before ending the episode with another chunky Red showing what a great location for fishing, St Augustine in Florida really is. To watch just login or join
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Sam Rayburn is known as one of the best bass fishing lakes in the USA. Wade visits this famous body of water during the late winter as the fish are approaching the pre-spawn period. The fish are feeding up as warming temperatures and storms move through the area. Watch as Wade capitalises on this ideal feeding time, catching fish on various SPRO baits.
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Fishing the Final Frontier - The Northwest Territories of Canada are regarded as one of the planet's final frontiers and host Jim Hoey and the Dimestore Fishermen team jump at the opportunity to spend a few days there fishing. They are guests at the Plummer's Lodge Resort situated on the shore of Great Slave Lake, the 10th largest freshwater lake in the world, famous for its Northern Pike, Grayling and Lake Trout. Jim and his buddy Cal are out with local guide Chris Stock, they start in a shallow back bay off the main lake fly fishing for the Northern Pike found basking in the sunshine. Out on the main body of the lake they are exposed to a chilly wind, making conditions trickier. However Chris takes them to a few of his favourite spots and they get plenty of action, lure fishing for Lake Trout, although its one of the other guests at the hotel who is lucky enough to hook a very impressive 42lb specimen. To watch Fishing the Final Frontier now, just login or register
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Fishing the Fitzroy Net Free celebrates the success of a campaign by anglers and conservationists in the Rockhampton area of Queensland, Australia that has turned the Fitzroy River system into a net free zone. The commercial netting of fish, that over the past 20 years has decimated fish numbers in the system, has now been banned and indigenous species such as Barramundi, King Threadfin and Saratoga are thriving once more. Anglers are requested to adhere to a daily limit, but seem quite happy to do so, as the size of fish they are catching is steadily increasing, as is the new business generated by fishing tourists, attracted to the area. To watch this video now, just login or register
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Fishing The Magic Hour takes us to the land of the Murray Cod and the Western Great Dividing Range in New South Wales, Australia. Adventure anglers and film makers, Josh Smith and Jamie Condon just love fishing for these apex predators which can reach sizes of 80lb and can live for up to 70 years. As the sun drops in the evening and the shadows start coming over the pools in the gorges, surface lures are the way to go and can elicit some explosive attacks from Murray Cod. The boys get off to a great start landing several decent size fish on the first evening using these tactics. Making an early start the following morning, Jamie finds a nice backwater below a small waterfall and tempts another nice fish as he imitates a stunned bait fish. Looking for structure and ambush points the guys continue to catch more Murray Cod throughout the day using soft plastics. These fish are hard fighting and dont give in, as Jamie finds out later that day hooking and landing the biggest fish so far at around 14Kg. As the sun disappears again, its back on the surface lures with more immediate success. This is a great film for anyone interested in finding out more about Muuray Cod and what it takes to catch these fantastic predators. To watch just login or join
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The unspoilt mangroves that form the coast at Dzilam de Bravo on the Gulf Coast of Mexico provide the perfect waters for a huge variety of species and its here that host Randy Bowser and his wife Jennifer spend a couple of days navigating the small, shallow rias or channels that splinter off the main lagoons. Using some of his favourite lures Randy has a great session bagging Amberjacks, Barracuda, Sea Trout and Snook, nothing massive this time, but all putting up a terrific fight on lightweight gear. To watch Fishing the Rias of Dzilam de Bravo now, just login or register
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Charlie is in the beautiful state of Vermont, and its mid summer. Lily pads, blue skies clear water..the conditions look fantastic but can Charlie get into some Larry's as he affectionally calls Largemouth Bass? After struggling on day one,  Charlie meets up with local fisherman Huzon Alexander who he hopes can get them into some bass.
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Mike meets up with blues musician and keen angler Rich Ortiz, for a day's fishing in the beautiful Adironak Mountains, New York State. Its early Spring and Rich, aka the 'Fishing Musician' is hoping that the bass won't have seen any lures for quite a while so the fishing could be pretty hot. They're using crayfish lures as the fish should be feeding on these now and trying to get as natural presentation as they can and Rich gets into a lunker straight off the bat. Moving in shore and fishing around the boat pontoons sees the action hot up especially when Rich switches to a pink Bubblegum lure. With a Rich Ortiz soundtrack throughout the show, and some very hot bass fishing for some real lunkers, just sit back and enjoy this special episode of Lunkerville. To watch, just login or register
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Charlie is in dreamland, as he's spending a day Fishing with Wade Boggs, Boston Red Sox Hall of Famer, with one of the best batting averages ever. Definitely one of Charlie's all time heroes. They're cruising up and down the Charles River through downtown Boston, flicking out a few lures in an attempt to catch some "Larrys". But somehow you get the feeling that the fishing isn't top of the agenda, Charlie's very excited and just wants to talk baseball the whole time and Wade, or The Chicken Man as he is known, is very obliging, with lots of great stories, including the one about how he got his nickname. Luckily the fish do make an appearance and as well as a few Largemouths, Charlie catches a nice Striped Bass. To watch Fishing with Wade Boggs now, just login or register
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Top pike angler Mark Barrett shows how he sets up the float leger rig he uses for 90% of his for predator fishing. 
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Float legering for pike is a well known deadly method and Eddie Turner shows how to tie up his favoured float leger set-up, including tackle, accessories and bait advice. As pike hunt by both sight and smell, Eddie likes to enhance his dead baits with fish oils to increase his chances and shows how us how to apply these oils. To watch this free video, just login or register now  
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Starlo, Jo and their friends Robbie and Sue Wells travel to a remote feeder stream of the upper Fitzroy/Dawson River system behind Rockhampton in central northern Queensland. While lure fishing from canoes and float tubes in some truly beautiful country, they tangle with a procession of hard-fighting sooty grunter and a gorgeous leathery grunter. Uncover some of the secrets of this little known part of the fishing world and learn about its fish and how to catch them.  
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Henry is in Florida again with charter boat captain TJ Shea and taking on one of the hardest fighting saltwater fish around, yes its the Amberjack. The offshore waters around Tampa bay in the Gulf of Mexico is home to an array of fantastic species but its the Amberjack that reigns supreme in many anglers eyes. In Fish Eye, we take a detailed look at the Amberjack, its habitat, feeding habits and its incredible power. Henry starts off with a couple of smaller fish which still give him quite a battle before TJ hooks and lands a much bigger one. In Tip of The Week, Henry shows the Rockport Rattler, a fantastic jig for Amberjack and he discusses exactly how to fish it and explains why its so deadly. Back in the boat and Henry has another back breaking fight on his hands and a 40lb plus fish is finally subdued and brought to the boat. We also take a look back to a previous trip that Henry took in 2015 when he fights and lands a huge Amberjack, but that pales in comparison to the world record which is a stunning 163lb. To watch, just login or join
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In 'Florida Bay Shark' Henry heads down the coast to Southern Florida. Islamorada in the Keys is one of the top sea fishing destinations in the world, with a huge choice of possibilities. The Atlantic Ocean stretches out to the east and the Gulf of Mexico to the west, add to that hundreds of islands, sand bars, spits and gullies and you have fishing heaven. Its early Spring so the species Henry is targeting is Shark. He's out with expert local guide Capt. Steve Impallomeni who knows exactly where to find them, he's tied some lacerated fish to the back of the boat to create a chum scent trail and Henry is casting chunks of the same deadbait fairly close to the boat. First to bite is a small pup which is not too difficult to handle but the next hook up puts a huge bend in Henry's rod and he know's he's in for one hell of a fight. The show also contains plenty of facts and figures about the various species of Shark found in Florida waters and Henry's got some great tackle tips and advice. Dr BBQ Ray Lampe shows the expert way to set up and light your BBQ and then how to grill delicious Swordfish steaks. To watch Florida Bay Shark now, just login or join
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This time, Henry is in the sportfishing capital of the world, the Florida Keys and he's fishing offshore for one of the hardest fishing game fish around, the Cobia. They're out in open water and looking for cruising Cobia on the surface. Upon spotting a fish, Henry quickly covers it,  throwing a Ballyhoo bait fish into its path and the fight is on. These fish can't be horsed in, they're powerful and Henry needs to really take his time.  In Fish Eye, we take a look at the Cobia, their range, feeding habits, appearance and most importantly where to find them. These fish can grow to over 100lb with the world record, a staggering 135lb and we take a look back to 2014 when Henry caught his biggest Cobia of 37lbs. Back to today and there's more big Cobia coming to the boat as the Henry's guest, Mark lands one after another. These fish are great eating too, with the firm white fillets perfect for grilling, pan frying or baking. For those anglers interested in catching Cobia, this episode is a great introduction to show you just how to do that, in one of the world's fishing hotspots for them. To watch just login or join
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Mike is in Florida and he's pond fishing for bass with local angler and Lunkerville Facebook fan, Scott Larsen. Florida is home to thousands of water rentention ponds, which are essential to prevent flooding, and they pretty much all contain bass so they shouldn't have too much trouble finding some. Scott suggests a topwater frog pattern which he favours for catching big Largemouth Bass early in the morning and it isn't long before they get some interest but both Scott and Mike are having issues getting a good hook set. As the sun gets up, they switch to soft plastics and enjoy an excellent fishing session landing bass after bass on a Florida pond. To watch just login or register
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Eddie Turner's fishing pal Bill Hancock outlines how to set up and fish with a free-roving floatfished livebait set-up.  
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In the episode, Charlie is in Tampa where he meets up with former Red Sox pitcher, Luis Tiant. After a sumptuous dinner, the pair head out with Captain Sam Root in search of redfish and ladyfish. With cold weather around, the guys head into the mangroves and start hooking up almost immediately.
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A lot of time and a considerable amount of money has gone into creating the Marina Papagayo, establishing it as one of the top destinations for Game Fishing in Costa Rica. It's on the country's Pacific west coast and it's here that host Henry Waszczuk spends a day cruising offshore with Billfish Safaris in the company of IGFA record holder Sjon Harless. They are trolling Benito and Ballyhoo deadbaits hoping to hook one of the classic gamefish species readily found here. It's not long before one of the reels is screaming and a beautifully coloured Dorado or Mahi Mahi is jumping high out of the water on the end of the line. And between two hard fighting acrobatic sailfish Henry takes time to talk us through his tip on setting up your reel to maximise your chances when boat fishing like this. There's also another great recipe from Dr BBQ Ray Lampe, who shows how to cook up a delicious looking seafood cioppino or fisherman's stew. To watch Game Fishing Costa Rica now, just login or join
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Charlie meets up with legendary NHL coach Peter Laviolette for a spot of bass fishing at Peter's lake house. A bit of friendly competition for smallies and largemouth and a good chat about Peter's career make this a compelling No Offense episode.
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Want to know our favourite gear to use when we head out to go fishing? Whether it's just for fun or for a tournament, Wade Middleton and Clark Wendlandt talk about choosing the right rods and reels, as well as share tips and insight on all the gear needed and new products from our favourite companies.
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Henry heads just a few miles south for this episode to fish out of Boca Grande on Florida's Gulf coast, he's out in open water with buddy Mark Brooks and they are fishing over reefs and heavy structure for Goliath Grouper. These are the largest fish found off south west Florida and can grow to over 500lbs. Because they are delicious to eat, they were heavily over fished commercially, during most of the 20th century, seriously endangering their survival. But a moratorium, in place for over twenty years now has seen their numbers rebound dramatically. They hold up in holes and crevices amid the structure on the bottom and can be tempted out by sizeable live baits. They put up one hell of a battle, Henry certainly knows he has been in a fight after boating his first. For his tip of the week he shows how to crimp a 400lb monofilament leader to a size no. 14 hook. Big gear for big fish. On his lighter tackle he also catches some great looking Amberjacks. Dr BBQ Ray Lampe cooks up another fantastic recipe, this time its Redfish Pot Pie. To watch Gearing Up for Goliath Grouper now, just login or join
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Charlie joins up with Boston based comedian / entertainer Paul Gilligan for a trip to Ipswich, Massachusetts where they meet, eat and fish with the locals. Captain Mike Wallis takes them out to open water, but they have most success in the bay where they both catch a load of Striped Bass, Charlie using his new lures. There's also a trip to the local stately home, Crane Castle and of course plenty of eateries with fine food to sample. To watch this video now, just login or register
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Gneiss Bass
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Its fall and Charlie hits the open road with his boat and trailer and heads up to Limerick in Maine,  a state famed for its great fishing. Charlie's in a buoyant mood as some nice largemouth bass are playing ball. With the weather closing in, can Charlie catch a  trophy sized largemouth?
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Host Charlie Moore spends a couple of days fishing for anything that moves on a "typical" New England lake. That obviously includes a number of Large and Smallmouth Bass as well as the odd Pike. But when one of the team's boats breaks down, what is a celebrity angler supposed to do with his spare time? Head to Drae Restaurant of course, a trendy tapas and martini bar in downtown Derry and sample some of their finest food and drink.... until he is called back in to action. To watch this video now, just login or register
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Wade Middleton and Jeff Reynolds get together for another friendly battle, this time using soft lures for Largemouth Bass. They are on Choke Canyon Reservoir, Texas in early Spring, the water is very high and the lake has recently flooded, so the guys find themselves cruising through a lot of submerged vegetation. The Bass are pushed up shallow looking to spawn, so the guys are trying to find and fish a distinctive feature such as the bank of the lake or a submerged track. They quickly find a pattern that works, casting a Trick Stick large soft rubber worm. Jeff talks us through a few ways he likes to set this up and get it moving in the water. Later in the year they are out together again fishing close to the dam wall on a larger lake, this time Jeff has success on another large soft rubber lure the Tour Swim Worm, which is designed to swim effortlessly through shallow grass, he shows that by changing the weight, you can control the retrieve speed. To watch Soft Lures for Largemouth Bass now, just login or join
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In this short film about gravel pit pike fishing Eddie Turner is with friend, Bill Hancock and outlines his approach on these venues.  Its late in the season and the pike aren't easy to catch but with a little homework and watercraft, a cold unlikley day can turn into a productive one. To watch this video for free, just login or register  
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Bass Master legend Mike Iaconelli and Australian ABT champion Carl Jocumsen meet up at the stunning Grosse Savanne lodge in Louisiana and take their Hobie kayaks for a spin. There's a lot of mutual admiration and its not surprising as they both know how to catch bass!
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Its Groundhog Day, so host Charlie Moore finds himself going fishing... again. Weird. This time he heads down to his local lake in gloriously sunny southern New Hampshire. He's on great form and the "Sallys" and "Larrys" keep getting caught, again and again and again. Meanwhile at the northern end of the state it's snowing hard and Charlie's son Anthony, on an ice fishing break, is trying to catch Cusk, a freshwater cod. He's not expecting any help soon from his flip-flop wearing dad.
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Rich and Trev don their one-piece suits and woolly hats and head off for some winter pike fishing at Haliford Mere in Surrey.  
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We rejoin host Henry Waszczuk on his visit to the Turneffe Atoll resort in Belize and this time he's in search of the hard pulling Permit. One third of the angler's magical grand slam, Permit have amazing reserves of strength, speed and stamina, add to that their beautiful colouration of a dark grey and bottle green back graduating to a white belly with vivid yellow markings and they make for one desirable catch. Henry's fishing the inside water flats of the island in about 3ft of water, looking for the the black dorsal fins breaking the water as a tell tale sign of a shoal. Henry's using a hermit crab bait on his lightweight spinning gear and although none of the Permit he catches approach the all tackle record of 60lbs (27.2kgs) caught in Brazil, they are still decent fish providing long tough battles. The programme contains some great tips and advice on how to target and successfully hook these fantastic fish and there's also another great recipe from Dr BBQ Ray Lampe, this time it's Blackened Grouper prepared on the grill. To watch Hard Pulling Permit now, just login or join
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Heavy Jaw
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The Heavy Jaw in question belongs to the Heavyjawed Kingfish, or Longrakered Trevally, a species that Craig Thomassen hasn't caught before, so he's delighted to add it it to his list. He's on board the Maki-cat sailing off northern Madagascar, casting lures and poppers out on fairly lightweight tackle. He's fishing with marine biologist Dr Paul Cowley, who is studying the genetic links between schools of fish dispersed around the Indian Ocean. And this particular location is blessed with a wide variety of species including Barracuda, GTs, Garfish and Sailfish all of which provide some great sport. To watch Heavyjawed Kingfish now, just login or register
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In this episode Henry's fishing his home waters of Charlotte Harbour in south west Florida. He's out on the flats with Capt Todd Gilbert and they've got some favourite spots, where they know they can find a wide variety of fish, pretty much all year round. Charlotte Harbour has 129 square miles of protected fishable waters which includes grass flats and hundreds of mangrove lined islands and inlets. Its known for its migratory Tarpon and has a huge population of Redfish, Snook and Sea Trout. Today they are setting out not really having a particular target in mind, just determined to follow the tide and the conditions and have a fun day on the water. First up they target an old disused pier, casting their small live baits around its concrete pillars. Todd hooks a lovely Crevalle Jack, with its yellow fins and distinctive black spot. Henry hooks a couple of smaller ones that he puts in the live well as bait for something a bit bigger later in the day. After a decent Snook each, Henry puts those small Jacks to good use and tempts a Goliath Grouper to bite, cue a long hard fight. In case you're hungry at the end of all this action, Dr BBQ Ray Lampe shows how to cook a grilled Salmon Frittata. To watch Henry Fishing Charlotte Harbour now, just login or join
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Hi Karate
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Charlie is in Londonderry, Vermont and meets up with martial arts instructor Huzon Alexander for a trip out on the Conneticut River in search of smallmouth and largemouth bass. After a tricky first day, the pair try out a local lake hoping to find some bigger specimens.
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Marion Lake in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon benefits every year from around 70 volunteers helping to stock it with 10,000 hatchery fish. At 5,000 ft and surrounded by unspoilt forest and mountains it is quite difficult to reach, so all the fish have to be taken by backpack. Host Cody Herman is one of many anglers who make the same trip but with the intention of catching a few of the Rainbow and Brook Trout. Camping beside the lake he and cameraman Samuel Pyke pass on their tips for a successful expedition, which includes cooking the catch on the open campfire. To watch this video now, go to Fishing TV and register. Click here https://www.fishingtv.com/register/
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Huge excitement as 49 anglers from 18 countries around the globe gather for the greatest event in Kayak Fishing, the Hobie Fishing World Championships. This is the sixth time Hobie have organised this event and the location of Leeville near New Orleans is a mecca for kayakers. Over 3 days they will be targeting Redfish, Speckled Trout and Flounder in order to be crowned the Hobie World Champion.
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Conditions are very much against the anglers as 30mph winds blow through the Hobie Fishing Worlds 6 at Leeville, LA. Despite this, some good sized Redfish are being caught. As we approach the third and final day the the wind drops but Steve Lessard from the USA is steadily climbing the leaderboard in his attempt to win back the title he won two years ago.
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The world's best kayak anglers converge on Amal, Sweden for the Hobie Worlds 7, their annual international team competition. They will be fishing the mighty Lake Vanern over 3 days, looking for their best 2 Pike and 2 Perch each day. Can the Americans defend the trophy Steve Lessard won last time out, or will one of the europeans win on home water?
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Follow all the action from Amal, Sweden as the Hobie World Series 7 reach its exciting climax. Teams from around the world are trying to catch 2 Pike and 2 perch per day, to put them at the top of the leader board and claim the trophy.
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Duncan Charman shows how to correctly set up one of the all time classic sea deadbaits, the sardine. 
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Paul and Jet are at one of Australia's most incredible natural sites, Horizontal Falls which is a saltwater waterfall created by the strong tides. This remote area of Australia in the Kimberley region is home to some spectacular angling possibilities as Paul and Jet find out as they catch fish literally 1 min after stepping off their helicopter on a flat. They are fishing a 'blue hole' which is formed when the tide falls back and leaves a bath shaped hole full of fish including Mangrove Jacks and Queenfish. With the water being so clear in this hole, Paul and Jet can literally pick out fish they want to catch and put their baits right on the fish's nose. This has to be the ultimate fishing hole so if you ever find yourself visiting Horizontal Falls be sure to pack your fishing gear! To watch, login or register  
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Mike is in Connecticut, fishing on the tidal reaches of the Housatonic River with local angler, Rich Zaleski  and they are looking for Striped Bass. Conditions aren't that favourable as with recent rain, the water is a bit coloured and its also a bright sunny day which doesn't help, but after meeting at the boat ramp in Shelton, Rich finds some clearer water downstream and quickly catches a nice striper. Using light tackle outfits and a variety of lures the pair go on to enjoy a memorable fishing session catching numerous Striped Bass on the Housatonic River. To watch, just login or register
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Steve and Jo explore the remarkable Fitzroy / Dawson River catchment west of Rockhampton to chase wild southern saratoga using light spinning gear and surface stick baits. This is topwater sight-fishing at its very best, and the close-quarters, hand-to-fin combat amongst the tangled snags and sticks will definitely get your blood pumping and your casting arm twitching! But as well as being entertained, you'l learn valuable lessons about finding, spotting, stalking and luring sharp-eyed, wary predators. 
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Join Mozz and Hooch, or Adrian and Kelly as their mothers know them, two larger than life anglers from the Australian island of Tasmania as they take part in the Tasmania Classic Trout Competition, a lure fishing tournament in the famous New Norfolk trout fishery. They meet the local Lord Mayor, then head out onto the water to pit their skills(?) against those of the locals.  
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The troublesome twosome are back out early in the morning to witness the shotgun start of the day’s fishing and their motor racing pedigree comes in handy for some off the cuff motorsports commentary before they get back down to the serious business of catching some of Tasmania’s famous trout. These guys really know how to enjoy their fishing, and they make sure to stop and have a friendly chat with their fellow competitors, and the excitement all gets too much for Hooch, who decides to cool off.  
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I'm Lost
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Host Charlie Moore visits his favourite local lake, but he's not allowed to fish the "go to" spots, where he knows he will catch fish, he's 'lost' in new water. Despite struggling at first, he goes on to show that if you use your tried and trusted lures, in Charlie's case the beloved Spanky, you can catch fish just about anywhere.
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This is our first venture out for Ice Fishing! Armed with the Garmin PanOptix for ice fishing and some planning and prep that we usually don't have to do when we fish, we're guaranteed a great experience. Then we'll share tried and true tips for setting up your boat's electronics for the best performance.
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This episode of the Fisherman's Handbook is split into two sections. In the first part Wade Middleton heads to Minnesota to join Steve Pennaz for a session ice fishing on one of its many frozen lakes. What's got him most excited is that it gives him the chance to play with his Garmin PanOptix. Once they've drilled a hole in the ice he's able to drop his sensor and see on his screen, all the fish activity going on below him. Steve's hoping they will find some decent Pike and Bass, but the first bite Wade gets is a lovely little Sunfish. The PanOptix also allows you to scan the surrounding water for fish and Steve has great fun when he finds school of Crappies. In the second part we take a close look at boat electronics and see how a Garmin PanOptix can be set up, optimising the LiveVu Forward functionality. To watch Ice Fishing and Boat Electronics now, just login or join
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Mike kicks off the new series of hit show, Lunkerville, in Southern New Hampshire for a spot of ice fishing with local barman, Todd Grubb and his friend Andrew. Mike has never caught a bass under the ice before so that's the mission today. After heading out on the ice, they dig a few holes and make a tip up rig with a small dead bait before getting Mike set up with a jig in his own hole.  Todd shows Mike how he uses his Deeper Sonar to see the fish below the ice and actually see them coming for the jig. After catching a few small fish, they decide to move location and try a spot where there aren't any boat launches so the bass won't have had any fishing pressure and Todd believes there's 'donkeys' to be caught. A few Pickerel and a Bluegill come quickly but can Mike do what he came for and find a 'donkey' sized Bass ice fishing in New Hampshire. To watch just login or register
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The Sibley family head off to Northern Minnesota for a day's ice fishing on Upper Red Lake. They've got a cart full of high tech gear and they put it to good use, finding that the Walleye can't resist their small livebaits.
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It's mid December, the waters of Tobin Lake in Saskatchewan are frozen over, its a perfect time to go ice fishing for monster Walleye. Jim joins a few of the locals from Nipawin as they drive out into the middle of the lake to drill some holes in the ice and drop their lines. The secret is a good rod and reel and a decent flasher to locate the fish. One of Jim's longstanding friends, Ray Lamy catches a beautiful Northern Pike as well as some nice Walleye and Young Curtis Fehr shows just how good he is, catching a couple of Walleye approaching 10lbs. The lake record here is 18.3lbs, which also just happens to be the world record for Walleye through ice. To watch Ice Fishing on Tobin Lake now, just login or register
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The end of season IFA Redfish Tour 2017 Championship takes place in Venice, LA - the Redfish Capital of the World! Over 100 pairs are chasing some big prize money. Watch the action and find out which anglers will be leading after day 1.
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The IFA Redfish Tour 2017 Championship in Venice, LA reaches an exciting climax with the title being decided by just half a pound. We also find out who are the Overall Team of the Year.
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The 2018 IFA Redfish Tour is in Jacksonville, Florida and 85 teams are competing in this one day Florida East Division redfish event! But with a rising tide, the conditions prove tricky.
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The 2018 IFA Redfish Tour visits Port Aransas, Texas for a divisional event. 50 teams are competing in a one day slot competition with their best two fish up to 28" counting. The strong winds will make conditions tricky.
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Henry heads up the coast to Wilmington in North Carolina to fish the the inshore backwaters of the Cape Fear River in the company of local guide and expert Capt Rennie Clark. They are after the Redfish that thrive in the creeks, ponds and grass channels that make up this beautiful, sheltered inshore hot spot. Henry is happy that his 20lb braid is strong enough to cope with any battles in the reeds and grass along the margins, where the fish like to hang out and that's where he and Rennie cast their jigs and plastic lures. Its a red letter day and Henry catches fish after fish, his rattle-head hard plastic lure proving most successful. This is also featured in his tip of the week, where he talks us through some of the all time favourite lures he keeps in his 'Inshore' tackle box. There is also an IGFA feature on the Jack Crevalle with plenty of facts and figures on this hard fighting, attractive looking fish. To watch Inshore North Carolina Redfish now, just login or join
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Inshore Tarpon Fishing features Yucatan Angling host Randy Bowser fishing a couple of locations on the Gulf of Mexico for Tarpon. First up he's in the harbour waters of his home town, Progresso where he and a couple of mates are casting their lures at the huge group of Tarpon feeding on the scraps thrown in by the commercial fishermen processing their catch. Next up he travels along the coast to Sisal which again provides rich inshore waters full of the magical silver beast. Tarpon and Snook are commonly found in the waters of Yucatan and provide exhilarating sport. To watch Inshore Tarpon Fishing now, just login or register
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Host Henry Waszczuk has fished in over 30 countries and in this the final episode of the series he brings you his Top 10 International destinations. Starting at Punta Mita on Mexico's Pacific coast where Henry enjoyed some fantastic top water Roosterfish action. These amazing fish are lured into the bay by the migrating population of sardines and during their feeding frenzy its possible to catch a 40lb monster every cast. We also join him landing a Permit at the Grand Slam Fishing Lodge on Mexico's Caribbean Coast, where there is a huge variety of flats fishing to be had. Then he's off to the Caymen Islands where the Barracuda provide the fun. We also take in Central and South America where the highlight is a 50 minute fight with a monster Tarpon in Costa Rica. GT's in Christmas Island, Cubera Snappers in Panama and to complete his International Top 10 he hooks an acrobatic Sailfish in Guatemala... you have to admit Henry is one lucky son of a gun. To watch this video now, just login or join
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Found on the Gulf Coast of Mexico, The Isla Arena is also known as the "Island of Tarpon" and for a pretty good reason. It is one of the best locations in the world to find these magnificent silver monsters. Host Randy Bowser enjoys a two day trip to this amazing location, gently travelling the channels through the mangroves and out into the open lagoon. Guided on to a huge pod of Tarpon, Randy enjoys a personal record number of hook ups. He doesn't net them all but as he says "The tug is the drug". To watch Isla Arena - Island of Tarpon now, just login or register
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Watch Island Inshore Fishing Mozambique where Craig Thomassen spends a few days visiting the idyllic Azura resort on Quilalea Island in the Indian Ocean. Cruising the relatively shallow waters around the island and alternating his tactics between poppers creating a noisy attraction on the surface and the stealthier action of a sinking stick bait, Craig is in for a treat, as there is an abundance of species to be had, Bluefin Trevally, Kingfish, Snapper and Grouper are all hooked and the taxman, a large Shark, shows up providing a mighty battle on lightweight tackle. To watch Island Inshore Fishing Mozambique now, just login or register
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Mike travels just outside New York City and meets up with locals, 'Lunkerboss' and the 'Pigsticker' on one of the areas many reservoirs. Heading out in a row boat Mike and Marty (Lunkerboss) start in around 15ft of water casting spinnerbaits towards the shore. But its one of those days when the bass just aren't biting no matter what they try. Its a flat calm and the normal tactics of fishing into the shallows just aren't working so they move offshore a little into deeper water. Finally Chris, the 'Pigsticker' comes good catching a beautiful 4lb largemouth and as the breeze gets up, Marty hooks into a stunning 5lber on his spinnerbait. It isn't a day for lots of fish but when you're catching them of this size, who's complaining? Well Mike is as he isn't getting a touch and with the day drawing to a close can he catch a lunker? To watch New York Reservoir Bass now, just login or join
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Its All About the Food - Charlie seems to be going through a mid life, existential crisis. He's out on his local lake doing, what by all accounts he likes doing best, casting his Spanky lure at a few Largemough Bass. But he can't seem to find the big ones and doubts seem to be invading his furtive mind. Is this really what it's all about? Well maybe not, maybe Its All About the Food. An evening out with family and friends at the Hanover St Chophouse, eating steak and drinking red wine. Or maybe cooking his favourite summer dish of fried shrimp with garlic. How can a professional angler concentrate, when all these thoughts are keeping him awake at night? To watch this video now, just login or register
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In Jack Attack Craig Thomassen heads up to the Kwanda Lodge in Soyo, Angola on the mouth of the River Congo. He's on the boat of Carlos Moran, one of the top guides in the area and they're out in the estuary fishing in the muddy water where the freshwater of the river meets the saline water of the sea. Here the abundance of bait and food to be found means there are plenty of large fish and Craig has a fantastic few days targeting the Jacks. As well as the common Crevalle Jack he also catches the rarer Senegal Jack drifting with live baits. He also has some fun with his 'flick stick' lure rod off the back of the boat, catching his first West African Mackerel. To watch Jack Attack now, just login or register
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Henry kicks off the series from Jacksonville, Florida and is fishing for Redfish with top charter boat skipper, Capt Steve Crowder on the St John River. In the upper reaches of the river, trophy Largemouth Bass can be caught but around Jacksonville its the Redfish that can reach 50lb and the Black Drum that go to 100lb that dominate. After the boat anchors in a strong current, Steve deploys the rods baited with Blue Crab baits with almost instant success as Henry hooks into a powerful Redfish. Its a 28lb Redfish and a fantastic start to the series but they both know there are bigger fish out there. In Fish Eye, we take a look at the Redfish in more detail, its feeding and migratory habits, how to locate them, and the tackle you'll need to land the big ones. Henry's reel then screams again with the line tearing out and he knows he's into another big fish. This time its a male, a big Bull Redfish and definitely a bit bigger than Henry's first. It isn't long before another is landed and again its a massive Redfish. The fishing here in Jacksonville is proving to be electric and the size of these Redfish makes this a true fishing hotspot to start the series. To watch, just login or join
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Jaws
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Mark and the guys are in Mozambique where the annual migration of black marlin to their spawning grounds brings in many other apex predators. In this episode, Mark is targetting big sharks and soon finds a grey shark before getting into a huge hammerhead. Maintaining a good supply of live bait is crucial to keeping the action going, especially when you have several large Zambezi (Bull) sharks around the boat. Later in the show, Mark targets sharks from the shore and discusses techniques to hook and land them.
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Fishing TV continues its series of exclusive interviews with globetrotting presenter of River Monsters. In this installment he talks to Gareth Purnell about his quest for the amazing Glyphis Shark on the Fitzroy River in Queensland, Australia.  
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The River Monsters presenter continues his insight into the making of the series in this exclusive interview from Fishing TV’s Gareth Purnell, in this case talking about his pursuit of the magnificent, elusive, endangered taiman.  
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First of a new series of exclusive interviews with the presenter of River Monsters in which Jeremy Wade talks to Fishing TV.  
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Charlie heads to Florida to meet up with ex Major League Baseball hitter, Jonny Damon, at his charity golf event. Don't worry though, as Charlie hasn't brought his clubs and soon gets into some good largemouth bass on the course lakes.
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2 times baseball World Series winner Johnny Damon invites Charlie to Johnny Jam, his annual fund raising celebrity event in Florida. It's all in aid of The Johnny Damon Foundation which raises money for various charities that help disadvantaged children at risk. And whilst all the other guests are taking part in a golf tournament, Charlie is casting his 'spanky' lures into the small ponds on the course. Plenty of largemouth bass to be had, if he can avoid the alligators. To watch this video now, just login or register
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Watch the Judgement Free Show, in which host Charlie Moore "The Mad Fisherman" visits one of his major sponsors, Planet Fitness, the chain of gyms and fitness centres, whose claim above the door is you're entering a "Judgement Free Zone". Their CEO is Chris Rondeau and he fishes with Charlie in the lake at Planet Fitness HQ. Loads of decent bass to be found here, as well as a bit of muscle envy, as its obvious Chris works on his definition even more than Charlie works on his fishing. Plenty of opportunity for Charlie to bulk up though, as he is given a tour of the gym's facilities, Judgement Free of course. To watch this video now, just login or register
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Steve Townson travels to the Kafue National Park in the heart of Zambia to fish the beautiful Kafue River for a variety of species including yellow bellied bream.  
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Starlo catches up with Major Glen Kushert, fresh back from a tour of duty in Afghanistan, and goes fishing for barra on Yellow Water billabong in the heart of Kakadu National Park. The boys sight-cast some cruising barra in very skinny water with small, hard-bodied lures on light spinning tackle, and have a ball catching them!  
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Henry doesn't have to travel too far from from home in this episode, which is a good job as he's paddling his own kayak. He's fishing the shallows around Pine Island Sound on the Gulf Coast of Florida targeting Sea Trout. These fish love the hundreds of islands, points, sand bars and grass flats that provide their feeding grounds when they are migrating and even the very largest trout can be caught close to shore. The Florida record is 15lbs 6ozs. Henry's fishing in 2-4 feet of water looking for sand holes, where the Sea Trout tend to hold up. He's using lightweight gear, his Carrot Stix ML rod with a Qualia 30 NLF reel and casting soft plastic lures. There are plenty of fish around and Henry has a great session with his largest being over 24 inches. In his tips section Henry advises on rod selection and shows how to prepare the types of soft plastic lures he was successfully using here. Dr BBQ Ray Lampe also shows you how to prepare a delicious looking seafood paella. To watch Kayaking for Sea Trout now, just login or join
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Henry has been invited to join Capt Chris Morrison to fish the Marathon Sharkathon Tournament in the Florida Keys. The winners are the pair that catch the most sharks over 5ft in a one day event. Tiger, Hammerhead, Bull, Black Tip and Lemon are the five shark species that qualify. The pair get off to a flying start as Chris hooks a nice Bull Shark with his first cast, but then things slow down so he decides to move to a new marque. It works and Henry gets into a hard fight with a Black Tip, and after Chris nabs one of his own the day just gets better and better with the highlight being a double hook up of giant Bulls, will all this be enough to get Henry and Chris into the prizes? There are also plenty of facts and figures in an 'everything you want to know about sharks' section and chef Brad Townsend shows how to prepare Curry Crusted Snook. To watch Keys Shark Tournament now, just login or join
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Paul and Christy are in Flinders, just south of Melbourne, and taking a trip out for King George Whiting, one of Australia's favourite table fish. Making an early start, they first pick up some calamari for bait (and for dinner) before turning their attention to whiting as the tide starts to turn. En route to their favoured location, they spot some birds working the water and find a large shoal of Australian Salmon which is too good an opportunity to pass up. After finding a sheltered bay and putting down a burly bucket, Paul and Christy set about trying to catch some whiting but there's plenty of other species about and it takes them a while catching Silver Trevally and Flathead before a cracking King George Whiting shows up. The session just gets hotter and hotter with the rods going off constantly and a succession of species coming to the boat including a Horned Shark and a Gummy Shark. To watch just login or register
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KingFin
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Charlie takes a trip to the Lakes Region of New Hampshire to give John Dennis his first taste of Bass fishing. John was one of the early stars of sports talk radio, he featured in the film King Pin and hosts the morning show on WEEI in Boston. But has never been fishing before, so Charlie's got his work out. They're fishing on Crescent Lake but Charlie's got it mixed up with "Lake Crystal" from the film 'Friday the 13th'. Will John's casting prove to be a horror show?
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Host Cody Herman is on the trip of a lifetime, as he's after blue marlin in Kona Hawaii. He's on board the Benchmark with Capts Chris Donato and Mike Dakil. They carry heavy duty gear, because they are not looking for small fish, they are only after one thing and that's big Blue Marlin. They seem to know what they are doing as well, Cody can barely contain his excitement as they raise, but lose two fish on their first morning's troll. Kona is the only location that can claim to have a 1,000lb Marlin caught every month of the year. Can Cody become the next angler to fulfil his dream? To watch this video now login or  register.
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In Kootenay Rockies Trout the Dimestore Fishermen team head over the state line into British Columbia, to the Kootenay Rockies, a beautiful mountain area with crystal clear, glacier fed rivers. Presenter D’Arcy Vandergucht joins very experienced guide John Wallace on the Bull River, where he dry flies with an ant pattern catching the very greedy Cutthroat Trout that are found in abundance here. Jim Hoey is on the Elk River also catching Cutthroats and taking time to explain how the regional authorities control access to the rivers in order to preserve the pristine condition that it's in. He then heads over to the Kootenay River where he hooks a very nice Bull Trout helped by local expert Jay Powers. To watch Kootenay Rockies Trout now, just login or register
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In 'Kruger Tigers' Inside Angling series host Craig Thomassen gets a very rare opportunity to fish the rivers inside Kruger National Park. Invited by the park authorities to join them on a research trip, they start in the Sabie Gorge, where the river has split into a number of shallow runs producing plenty of small pools that look perfect for a popper or lure. The whole thing is made all the more exciting by the fact that there is plenty of wildlife that might make its presence known at any moment and so the rangers are on constant guard against any inquisitive hippo, lion or buffalo. The Tigerfish oblige and Craig enjoys one of the most amazing fishing experiences of his life. To watch Kruger Tigers now, just login or register
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In Krugers Gold, Craig Thomassen is back in the Kruger National Park. After fishing the lower waters of the Sabie River, he's now taken upstream, close to the boundary of the park, where conditions are slightly different. The water is cooler and faster flowing, and home to a new range of species. So he uses small lures and spinners in an attempt to catch Tilapia, Bream and the large scaled Yellowfish, the river's hidden gold. His armed guard is never far away as there's always a chance of a predatory animal making an appearance. To watch Krugers Gold now, just login or register
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Lake Amistad is on the Texas - Mexico border and historically was one of the hottest lakes in the country. Its reputation dipped a few years ago but host Clark Wendlandt has heard that it's on the rebound. Casting a Swim Jig lure into the abundant brush and grass he's quickly in to a bass.
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Texas Team Trail's third qualifying stop of the 2018 season is at Lake Amistad in Del Rio, Texas on the Mexican border. Over 200 teams are competing, with a brand new boat going to the winners. A cold front moving through overnight has made things tricky and the guys will need to put all their experience to the test if they are to fill a bag full of big Bass.
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The Texas Team Trail travels to Lake Belton where there is a large population of Smallmouth Bass to contend with, but as long as they're over 14" they count! It's a tournament filled with surprises - including sharelunkers (13lb+), lake and tournament records!
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Host Mike D of Lunkerville has been ice fishing on Lake Champlain a couple of times, but this is his first Bass fishing trip. He's joining Rich Zaleski or Rich Z who posts regular fishing reports on the Lunkerville website. Lake Champlain sits on the border of Vermont and New York State and Rich fishes it regularly, he's marqued of likely spots, where there are hidden abutments in about 18' of water. This is a bit too shallow for Smallmouth Bass at any time other than early morning, so he's expecting they will find their Largemouth cousins. The conditions aren't in their favour, with clear blue skies and a rising barometer the Bass might not be too keen. But Rich is using a creature bait, the Lunker City Ozmo in his favourite Green Pumpkin colour. Rich obviously knows what he's doing and between landing plenty of Largemouth he's got a few tips to try and help Mike, who as usual is making things look difficult. To watch Lake Champlain Bass now, just login or join
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We continue the Rich Z masterclass. Host Mike D is in Lunkerville, bass fishing on Lake Champlain with Rich Zaleski, a local expert and regular contributor to the show's online forum. Rich is making it look all very easy, alternating between using a soft rubber creature lure and drop shotting a rubber worm. Mike on the other hand is making it look very hard. He's determined to improve his technique, but no matter how much guidance Rich gives him, he still struggles to catch those elusive bass. Rich powers up the boat and tries a new marque, hoping to change Mike's luck. But it takes two more moves and a setting sun before we see a smile on Mike's face. To watch Bass Fishing on Lake Champlain now, just login or join
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Clark Wendlandt visits another lake for the first time, Lake Fairfield, Texas and because it's a power plant lake and the water is a little bit warmer he's expecting to find the fish in the top water that will be attracted to a frog or popping perch lure. He isn't wrong, as on his second cast of the day......
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In Lake Fishing Manitoba, host Jim Hoey visits his wife, Shannon's home town of Flin Flon on the Manitoba - Saskatchewan border, in Canada. It's actually a mining city that was founded in 1927 to exploit the vast copper and zinc deposits that were discovered nearby. It is surrounded by lakes which provide some great fishing opportunities. Jim spends a few days fishing with some of the locals, starting off on the legendary Lake Athapapuskow with Dallas Mymko, he was a mining inspector before he retired and has been fishing the lake for over 50 years, he guides Jim on to a lovely Lake Trout using a luminous jig. It's not quite as big as the lake record, a whopping 63.5lbs, the fish can still be seen in the Flin Flon Museum. He's also out on Kississing Lake with Ralph Cosgrove and his buddy Dean Fisher and they're catching plenty of Walleye as well as the odd Perch and having a lot of laughs in the process. To watch Lake Fishing Manitoba now, just login or register
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The Dimestore Fishermen present the highlights of their recent fishing trip to the province of Ontario, Canada. Situated between the Great Lakes and Hudson bay, Ontario offers a host of spectacular lake fishing opportunities. Both presenters, Jim Hoey and D'Arcy Vandergucht obviously enjoyed the time they in the company of the local experts and guides. Hightlights include a couple of nice Northern Pike on Lakes Nipigon and Manitouwadge. Bottom bouncing for Walleye on Eagle Lake and joining Vito Dattamo onboard his boat on Lake Ontario, where Jim Naumovski, who hasn't been fishing for over 20 years, catches a lovely King Salmon. To watch this video now, just login or register
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Its Memorial Day Weekend, the start of summer, and Mike joins husband and wife bass fishing fanatics, Kaz and Izumi Ota on their honey hole, Lake Hopatcong in New Jersey. The fishing starts off slow with Mike picking up a small Pickerel but as they move inshore to the boat pontoons they start picking up Smallmouth Bass. Izumi shows Mike how she casts a Texas Creeper lure under the pontoons to find any ambushing fish and they are all soon catching plenty of fish. The bass fishing on Lake Hopatcong is proved to be pretty good and with Mike along there's always plenty of laughs. To watch just login or register
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Host Clark Wendlandt likes nothing better than to explore a new lake and here he visits Lake Marble Falls early in the year. He puts his Garmin depthfinder to good use, keeping an eye on all four of the split screens. And he also takes a large selection of rods and lures so that he's ready for for whatever conditions he discovers. The lake holds some decent Largemouth Bass and it doesn't take him too long to find them.
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The fourth and final qualifying stop for the 2018 Texas Team Trail season is at Lake Ray Roberts. Reports are it's on fire, so look out for some heavy bags come weigh-in.
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In late winter, where better to spend a day, than the middle of one of the largest lakes in America's North West, exposed to freezing cold winds in the hope of catching a Kokanee or two. Host Cody Herman with buddies Austin Moser and Duane Inglin are doing just that. They're on Lake Roosevelt formed by the Grand Coulee Dam impoundment of the Columbia River. They know that the Kokanee like clear water and are boat shy so they are trolling at distance using as much high-vis terminal tackle as possible, plenty of blades, UV and pink. For some reason the Kokanee aren't interested... but the Rainbow Trout are! To watch this video now, go to Fishing TV and register. Click here https://www.fishingtv.com/register/
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The Day One Team are back out on Lake Roosevelt for a second day. With lessons learned from their first session, they're targeting the Kokanee for the first few hours, covering as much water as possible using planar boards at three different distances either side of the boat. But again it's the Rainbow trout that want to play, so the guys have to satisfy themselves with a bagful of these. To watch this video now, go to Fishing TV and register. Click here https://www.fishingtv.com/register/
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Drawing tournament anglers from Texas and Oklahoma, amongst other states, the Texas Team Trail ends its regular season at Lake Texoma! A storm is forecast which will make conditions tricky but there's all to fish for as they approach the end of season finale.
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Meet bubbly Icelandic twin brothers, Asi and Gunni as they kick off the first series of the Fishing Cabin from Iceland's biggest body of water, Lake Thingvellir. As they make their way to the lake, they see a sheep giving birth and stop to assist in the delivery of two strong lambs which they see as an omen for the upcoming series. Lake Thingvellir attracts anglers from all over the world as it holds monster Brown Trout, but before they start fishing they decide to meet up with Johannes, 'The Trout Whisperer', a fish biologist who gives them the lowdown on these fish and how they came to be here. As they start fishing, the brothers seem a bit bewildered by the lake's size and are starting to wonder if they will actually catch anything so Asi calls local guide Hoddi, to come and give them a hand. As Asi disappears with Hoddi for a new location equipped with some new fly patterns, Gunni has had enough and decides to try a completely new lake on his own, Lake Vifilstadavatn. But Asi is suddenly into a strong fish so Hoddi calls Gunni and gets him to come back to see the action, only for Gunni to get his car stuck in the sand! Will Asi land the monster Brown Trout and will his brother, Gunni get to witness to capture? Find out in the brilliant first episode of the Fishing Cabin. To watch just login or join now
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Stalking wary fish is a pastime usually associated with high alpine waters and trout, however Alan Philliskirk from Weipa in far north Queensland reckons you can do exactly the same thing in his back yard, although the quarry here are barramundi, sooty grunter, tarpon and saratoga. The rewards are more than worth it, as we’re sure you’ll agree when you witness some explosive surface strikes!  
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In Leaping Lunkers, Inside Angling host Craig Thomassen revisits Angola and teams up again with expert local guide Carlos Moran. This time they're on the Kwanza River estuary, a beautiful stretch of water flowing through unspoilt jungle. The summer conditions are perfect, with recent rain inland flushing some brown water through the system. They head a few kilometres up stream hoping to find some baby Tarpon who should provide some exciting surface action for the guys using their lightweight tackle with versatile soft rubber lures and sinking stickbaits. They also head out to the edge of the estuary and using heavier gear, cast out live baits in the hope of catching some larger Tarpon or some of the hard fighting Crevalle Jacks. To watch Leaping Lunkers now, just login or register
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Julian Chidgey demonstrates the tackle and tactics required for a successful session, fishing with lightweight lures for Pike on his local canal.  
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Mark Barrett reminds you that, as with most forms of fishing, choosing the right location is always important when starting a pike fishing session. 
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Henry is back in the Bahamas again on Long Island and fly fishing for Bonefish and anything else that comes along. This time he's fishing from a skiff and his guide gets him straight on the fish with Henry hooking into a strong Bonefish which gets him snagged in some Mangrove. In Fish Eye, we look at the various kinds of flast to be found here, with both inshore or backwater and offshore flats which means that you can cover many areas on a single tide. Next, Henry tries some wade fishing with his friend Oliver and spots of pod of 5 bones which Oliver quickly covers and hooks a good sized fish. Henry then shows us the various outfits that he likes to takes with him when Bonefishing as there are often other fish like Barracuda, Sharks and Jacks around so having some other rods set up and ready can really pay dividends. And this is exactly what happens next as they spot a Barracuda which Henry hooks into with his spinning rod. This is quickly followed by a Mutton Snapper, one of Henry's favourite eating fish and Chef Brad then shows us a great fish and chips recipe using Snapper. Enjoy the spectacular fishing on the flats Long Island in this action packed episode. To watch just login or join
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Henry's back in the Bahamas and this time he's in deeper waters off Long Island, reef fishing. He's out with guide Bert Adderley, and they're dropping pilchard and squid deadbaits down to the bottom in about 25 feet of water. As they are not targeting one particular species, it's a pot luck kind of day where they are happy to hook whatever may be down there. First up is a beautiful Triggerfish, with amazingly vivid colouring, then a Nassua Grouper, a decent Baracuda and a bright pink Rock Grouper. But the catch of the day is a Black Tip Shark that tests Henry's lightweight tackle to the very limit. There are plenty of tips on how to make the most of a reef or bottom fishing day and chef Brad Townsend shows how to prepare crispy coated, pan fried grouper. To watch Long Island Reef Fishing now, just login or join
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In each episode of Lunkerville Mike D spends a day's fishing with one of the show's loyal fans or forum contributors, here it's the turn of "Low Budget Hooker" Russ Thetonia. He's based in Rhode Island and takes Mike out on one of his local lakes. The Low Budget Hooker ethos, of which Russ is a disciple, is that you don't have to have a $50,000 boat to enjoy your fishing, great fun and satisfaction can be had for very little outlay. Russ actually gives a lot back to fishing, he's a moderator on the popular BassResource.com forum and also an organiser with CAST the childrens' fishing charity. Here he suggests, for a bit of fun that he and Mike change the colour of their rubber stickbait lure, every time they catch. There are plenty of Bass to be had, as well as a few Pickles or Jack Pike, so Russ is rapidly working his way through the 14 different colours in his lure box. Mike however thinks that changing the colour of his hook might be what's needed. To watch Low Budget Hooker now, just login or join
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Dean Brook enjoys some great pike action on lures, spinners and plugs on Yorkshire’s River Wharfe.  
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Dean Brook shows how aggressive chub can be as he catches them on lures, plugs and soft baits.  
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Robbie Wells & friends fish the upper reaches of the Burdekin River for hard fighting Sootie & Small Headed Grunter. There’s loads of information on fishing hard body lures, where access is on foot, and the fishing is shorebased. The gin clear water of this river and sight casting to fish cruising over sand and rockbars, will leave you wanting to pack your gear and head out to this spectacular location.  
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Dean Brook catches loads of big chub on lures and here he runs through some of his favourite patterns and makes when lure fishing for chub.  
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Mackinaw are predatory lake trout found in a number of lakes in the Pacific Northwest but are rarely targeted by anglers. Cody, however, is always keen to experiment and see what works.  
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Lunkerville's Mike D is back out on Lake Champlain, this time in the company of 'Magic Man' Tim Post, Tim uses the 'Magic Man' handle for his regular contributions to the Lunkerville forums in particular the New York Bass forum. They are setting out from Ticonderoga on the NY side at the southern end of the lake. Tim's got a couple of marques in mind but is happy to let the fish dictate their tactics for the day. And to start with the fish in the lake aren't playing ball, and it is only after they head up a small river, off the lake, bumping into Rich Z from the last show on the way, do they start catching some really nice fish. To watch this video now, just login or join
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Top piker Mark Barrett with a step-by-step guide on how to make your own two hook wire trace.  
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It's late Spring, the temperature is on the up, so host Henry Waszczuk heads down to the Florida Keys hoping to catch some monster Tarpon. He joins top guide Chris Morrison, based in Marathon, a city in the Keys set over 13 islands, known for their beaches and barrier reef. The gulf side here is a bit deeper than further north, so the larger fish tend to hold up during migration. Their choice of bait for the day is live mullet and crab and they're quickly into a fish. Tarpon are incredibly strong, hard fighting fish, so there are plenty of jumps in an attempt to throw the hook. But it is the second fish of the day that provides the most excitement, hooked amongst the pillars of the road bridge where it was lying in wait for food, this Tarpon leads them a merry dance, in and out of the pylons, under and around the bridge a few times, calling on great boat handling skills from Chris. And it pays off as they are able to land this monster in the shallows and get a great up close look at it. Henry's tip of the week is to show you how he ties his favourite knot, the Bimini Twist and chef Brad Townsend's recipe is a grilled crab crusted Cobia steak. To watch Marathon Tarpon now, just login or join
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Can 'old dog' Mark Barrett teach the 'young gun' Joe Atkinson a few tricks in their 'perch shoot out' in amongst the boats on the River Chelmer?  
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On another Fishing Adventure, Dean Macey starts his pilgrimage to Gillhams Fishery in Thailand by targeting Giant Siamese Carp and Mekong Catfish.  
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Melville Island Barramundi is an iFish double length special packed with action. Paul Worsteling with wife Cristy and son Jet visits Johnson River Camp on Melville one of the Tiwi Islands at the northern tip of Australia. He's there, primarily to catch the Barramundi that can be found in the mangroves along the edge of the river mouth. But there are plenty of other exotic species to be had, Mangrove Jacks, Blackspotted Cod, Giant Grouper, Golden Snapper and a rare Morwong all make an appearance. As does Croc wrangling TV star Matt Wright, who's able to join Paul for an hour's fishing during a break in his filming schedule. We also get to see the highlights of a recent trip Paul made to Alaska where he joined the legendary Wayne McGee, who guided him on to a beautiful red King Salmon. To watch Melville Island Barramundi now, just login or register
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Mighty Mulloway - Paul heads over to the Hawkesbury River estuary again to team up with Wayne "Mulloway" Annetts and they only have one species in their sights. The Mighty Mulloway or Jewfish as it is also known, after its jewel-like ear stones, can grow to over 50kgs and there are some very large examples in these waters. They are up before dawn to prepare Yellowtails by de-boning them to make a butterfly of flapper bait and after a few early taps and knocks one rod goes big time. Obviously, not able to guarantee they only hook their target species, others make an appearance including some very nice Flatheads, a baby Hammerhead Shark and a Bluefish or Tailor, but the Mulloway is the star of the show with its beautiful subtle colouration and distinctive silver spots down its lateral line. To watch Mighty Mulloway now, just login or register
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Carl and Alex have a mission: to land a truly big pike. Over the course of the winter they focus all their efforts on landing a pike over the magical 20lb mark, putting in the hours and the miles on several different waters, using a variety of tactics and techniques including dead baits and lures.
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In Monsters of the Gulf Henry takes two trips out to the deeper waters of the Gulf of Mexico from Florida's west coast. First he's on the all new Andros Offshore 32 with Andros president Andy Eggebrecht, this is a sleek, purpose built sports craft, armed with all the electronic gadgets you could wish for and it soon gets them into an area teeming with a variety of big species. Andy is vertical jigging for Amberjack and he strikes first, into a monster. After a rod bending fight lasting 30 minutes they realise that what he has actually hooked is a Goliath Grouper, these prehistoric looking fish are common in these waters and can grow to an amazing 680lbs. Henry's second trip is with guide Capt TJ Shea, he knows the wrecks, features and hotspots dotted around these waters and puts Henry on to an assortment of great bottom feeding fish including Gag Grouper, Red Snapper and AJs. As well as some great tips from Henry on jigging on the bottom there's another great seafood recipe as Dr BBQ Ray Lampe shows how to create snapper with a devil crab crust, yumm. To watch Monsters of the Gulf now, just login or join
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Hobie Pro's Keeton Eoff and Morgan Promnitz have been invited to the stunning Chama Lodge, New Mexico. They are in the high mountain lakes fly fishing from their Hobies for the Brown & Rainbow Trout to be found there.
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Watch Mr Mulloway Delivers where iFish host Paul Worsteling teams up with Wayne Annetts aka Mr Mulloway for a day's fishing on the Hawkesbury Estuary in NSW Australia. They are targeting Mulloway or Jewfish, named after their jewel like ear stones that were much prized. They are beautiful silver, scaly fish, growing up to 2m and over 40kg. Wayne has got his nickname because he certainly knows how to catch these fish, his personal best is 38kg and whilst Paul doesn't catch one quite that big, he still lands a couple of very nice examples. He rounds off the day by also catching a monster Flathead. Perfect. To watch Mr Mulloway Delivers now, just login or register
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Paul is joined by Chris Cleaver from Shimano as they take a trip in the Botany Bay estuary for a mixed bag fo species but  in particular some Mulloway, otherwise known as Jewfish. They start by putting out some crab pots out as Paul is keen to eat a Blue Swimmer for his dinner  before moving out on to a sandbank where they catch a variety of species like Flathead, Trevally, Flounder and Tailers on soft plastic lures. After seeing some Mulloway on the sounder they change tactics and start to target them. Botany Bay is of the most iconic places in Australia as this is where Captain Cook first landed in 1770, but as Paul shows, its also a pretty good fishing spot for Mulloway. To watch just login or register
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For once Morsie has left his beloved fly rod safely in its tube, as he and Ken Smith work the Macquarie River above Burrendong Dam for Murray cod, using big deep diving plugs and baitcaster outfits. A sudden thunderstorm really turns the action on, and Peter nails a cracker! Starlo and Jo then chase heavyweight Murray cod along the lower Murray River, but the Starlings have chosen to do it a little differently, using their pedal-powered Native Watercraft kayaks instead of a boat! Casting Gangster Spinnerbaits, they methodically work the many snags until finally striking green-mottled pay-dirt in the form of a monster cod.  
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The Mynera River Blue Tigerfish reputedly grow to over 20lbs, presumably because they are only found in remotest Tanzania and are very rarely fished for. The river flows through the Selous National Park, its virgin waters are host to a myriad of exotic species and Craig Thomassen has been invited to spend a few days fishing there. If he's able to land one of these monsters, it would be a PB, but like all other Tigers they aren't easy to catch, their boney mouths mean it's very difficult to get a hook to set. After a couple of fruitless days, Craig reties one of his trusty old lures, how satisfying would it be to land a PB on that? To watch Mynera River Blue Tigerfish now, just login or register
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The Mystic Waters off northern Madagascar are home to a huge variety of fish and it was here that Craig Thomassen caught a type of Kingfish that he was unable to recognise. In the hope that he might have discovered a new species he's back hoping to catch another one and he's brought marine biologist Dr Paul Crowley along with him to offer expert advice. They're cruising just off the coast on Maki-cat and if does turn out to be a wild goose chase, who cares? They have great fun along the way, catching a host of species that they do recognise, including Bluefin Trevally, Kingfish, Grouper and the ever acrobatic Sailfish. To watch Mystic Waters now, just login or register
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Host Charlie Moore with more action from his recent trip to Cape Cod, Massachusetts. If you recall he was fishing for Striped Bass in the estuary and although he has more success here, this time round he seems to be concentrating more on visiting the local restaurants, sampling their signature dishes... as well as trying the locally produced wine.... and beer.... as well as the odd martini... To watch this video now, just login or register
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Namotu Island Fiji offers an amazing assortment of fishing opportunities and iFish host Paul Worsteling has regularly holidayed with his family in this South Seas paradise. This time out he spends a day with local guide Ben Wilson for some deep sea fishing around the island off Ben's small charter boat. First up they're popping for GTs, which put up an exciting fight. Then they go a bit deeper using down riggers to get their lures into the right place where they find Wahoo and a magnificent Mahi Mahi or Dolphinfish. To watch Namotu Island Fiji now, just login or register
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Paul is with Charlotte Klose in this episode and they take an overnight charter boat out of Cullen Bay, Darwin in the Northern Territory looking for some big reef fish and in particular, Nannygai. These stunning fish can grow up to 13kg and prefer reefs and structure at depth so the guys are fishing  in around 60m today using soft plastic jigs and squid baits. After seeing some good looking shapes on the sounder, they drop their lines and are soon into Nannygai.  After catching some nice ones in the darkness, they retreat to their cabins and make an early start in the morning, but their plans are thwarted by sharks as any fish they hook are quickly attacked by pack of sharks. Moving to a new location, Charlotte quickly lands a beautiful looking and highly prized Red Emporer fish and soon after Paul gets in on the action too. To watch just login or register
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In a special and rather quirky episode we take a look in a National Sociographic style at Lunkerville host, Mike D'Avila, and get deep insight into the psyche of this strange creature and his fishing prowess. From his peculiar habits, rituals and preferred headwear that he believes will improve his fish catching ability, to comments from his many guests, we learn all about Mike and what he's really about. Things are always tough for Mike when he fails to catch fish, especially when his guests and producer are hauling them in... self doubt creeps in and he starts to unravel quickly. In one particular humiliation, after his truck breaks down, Mike D is taken fishing by a local lady angler and her daughter and is forced into a drastic change of tactics to avoid being outfished by an 8 year old. At the end of the show, Mike visits a fishing show and witnesses a live demonstration of 'noodling' with a 50lb catfish. To watch National Sociographic just login or join
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Mike D is in his hometown, New York and he's fishing in one of its most famous spots, Central Park which has 4 lakes in total where fishing is permitted. The fishing is slow  with a lot of boaters around so he calls his friend, Victor and heads up to one of New York's reservoirs in the Croton watershed which supplies the city its water. They start by drifting along a wooded bank targetting Smallmouth Bass with small soft plastic lures with almost instant success before rowing over to the far bank looking for a bigger Largemouth Bass. An enjoyable fishing session ensues within a stones throw of New York City. To watch just login or register
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Host Mike D's trip to Lunkerville takes him to the Oneida River in western New York State where he joins up with Mike Cusano, President of the New York State Bass Chapter Federation, he actively campaigns on conservation issues and has helped formulate the local catch and release policy with the DEC. But he's also a very good all round angler, competing regularly in serious competitions and tournaments, so has plenty of tips to give to Mike. He's got a few favourite spots along the river so both he and Mike catch some nice Bass. To watch New York State Bass now, just login or join
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We continue the Lunkerville story as host Mike D enjoys a day out on the Oneida River, New York State with Mike Cusano, President of the local Bass Chapter Federation and it becomes even more obvious just how good an angler Mike C is. So we are just as eager as Mike D to listen in when he's giving tips, such as why he holds his rod tip up, keeping the line out of the water to see when it has settled and why we holds the rod with thumb and first finger above the cork handle for more sensitivity. Mike D is happy to admit "Mike knows things that I don't know". But not to be out done he catches some very nice Small Mouths of his own and the two of them share a load of fish. To watch New York State Bass now, just login or join
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Charlie is in Annapolis, Maryland famed for its fantastic seafood, and he's on a mission to catch some striped bass. These hard fighting fish are profific in these waters but its a slow start where he's plagued by white perch, another type of sea faring bass, so Charlie heads to a local restaurant for some local crab. Can he get in amongst the stripers after he's refuelled?
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Mark De La Hey revels in the unspoilt wilderness and diversity that his native South Africa has to offer. On a trip inland to the Karkloof Safari Spa, he enjoys lure fishing for Largemouth Bass whilst herds of buffalo, rhinos and hippos keep a close eye on him.
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In this episode, Henry is in North East North Carolina fishing amongst the numerous flats and creeks of the Pamlico Sound for hard fighting trophy  Redfish. Starting in a small creek, Henry targets the shoreline with soft plastics under a popper float and is soon into a nice 25 inch red, which isn't the monster he is after but a good start for sure. In the Fish Eye segment, we find out about how to fish Redfish habitats successfully, by finding the right areas and using stealthy tactics to approach the fish as this shallow water species is extremely spooky and sensitive to boat noise. In open water, Henry's guide spots a huge swirl as a Red chases Pogies, a popular baitfish for Reds, and Henry casts his popper perfectly towards the fish and the fight is on. This is a huge fish and exactly what Henry came for! Chef Brad Townsend presents this week's recipe, featuring Redfish of course, and his stunning Rum Raisin Redfish Rundown will have you running to the kitchen! To watch just login or join now
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Join Mark and friends on an awe-inspiring journey in search of specimen Norwegian pike.  
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In Part Two of Mark Barrett's Norwegian pike fishing adventure the team splits up in a bid to find their quarry.  
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Its Friday 13th October and Charlie is out on Crystal Lake in New England with good friend Chris Fitts. Will Charlie get lucky with the Smallmouth and Largemouth bass today?
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Kokanee are landlocked sockeye salmon, and in the face of dwindling returns and lower harvest limits many anglers are turning to these lake-dwelling salmon as a way to find sport and fill the freezer. Cody travells to Odell Lake, one of the best Kokanee fisheries, to try to find out which patterns and tactics work for these choosy fish.  
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After a tough time finding a consistently effective method for Kokanee, a kind of landlocked salmon, on unfamiliar waters last time, in this episode Cody's with a different team of anglers to see if they can find a reliable way to reach your bag limit quickly. He calls on the expertise of the local 'Kokanee Kid' to find out what really works.  
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Host Henry Waszczuk heads offshore from Englewood Beach, Florida with local guide Kyle Martin. They're fishing a well known marque called 'The Box Cars' which is a man made reef in about 70' of water, holding a huge variety of species. It's early spring and the waters are just starting to warm up, so the tactics are to anchor up and put a large amount of chum into the water. The guys start off on their lightweight gear and are soon into some Snapper, but once they lose a couple to what they suspect is a prowling Goliath Grouper they get the heavier gear out and go for him. These are quite awesome fish that can grow to over 8 feet in length and up to a weight of 800lbs and they love to patrol the bottom around reefs, wrecks and other features, preying on smaller fish. Henry spots some large fish entering the area on the sounder and thinks they must be Amberjacks, so the guys go for these with artificial lures on their lightweight gear again. The AJs are hard fighting fish who put up a great battle. With his tip of the week Henry shows how to make up a leader, thats sets your hook away from your weight when fishing off the bottom. To watch Offshore Goliaths now, just login or join
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Duncan Charman and Alan Stagg show how to fish probably the best day ticket zander water in England.  
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Hobie's Morgan Promnitz joins up with seasoned anglers Jackie Smith and Hank Parker on a visit to Grosse Savanne Lodge in Louisiana. They show how the versatility of the Hobies can get you into places larger boats can't reach and plenty of bass are caught, including a new lake record.
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Cody’s visiting the steelheading Mecca of the Olympic Peninsular and he’s got one thing on his mind – to catch an elusive 20lb steeler. Along the way he looks at what techniques can help when fishing unfamiliar water, what to look for when searching out a fishing spot, and how to negotiate rapids when drifting in an unfamiliar river.  
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In 'Open Water Mexican Mix' we have more action from Henry's trip to Mexico's Pacific west coast, this time out in open water in search of a mix of game fish. He's a guest at the Punta Mita resort and the waters around here hold a wide variety of exotic species, all capable of growing to formidable sizes and with the ability of putting up a great fight. Its great fun boatfishing for a day, when you're not quite sure what you're going to catch, especially if you're using light tackle. First up they hit a feeding shoal of African Pompano, these are beautiful looking members of the Jack family with petrol shades of sheen coloration and one long spine extruding from its dorsal fin. The all tackle record for these is just over 50lbs or 22kgs. Next up is a slightly bigger proposition, cue a screaming reel and a massive battle as Henry boats a lovely Roosterfish. These fish migrate up and down a 300 mile stretch of America's Pacific coast and grow to twice the size of the Pompano. In his tip of the week Henry shows how he ties his braid to his mainline using a Double Uni knot and Dr BBQ Ray Lampe shows how to make the most of your catch with a smoked Pompano pizza. To watch Open Water Mexican Mix now, just login or join
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Fort Lauderdale, Florida is Charlie's destination is this episode as he teams up with local guide Shane Procell to head out in to the Everglades to target snakehead, an invasive species to the US. After a blowout pre fishing seafood dinner can Charlie muster the strength to catch one of these fish?
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The Pacific Northwest is not known for largemouth bass fishing, but despite this, there is some of the best largemouth fishing in the USA to be found there. Cody was on the bass fishing team at college, and in this episode he meets up with an old teammate for some springtime sport. They focus on pre-spawn fish, using a variety of patterns to maximise their chances. Cody takes the time to explain why they fish the areas that they do, and why they chose their tactics.  
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Mike is with Nick Petrou again for this episode bass fishing on Otsego Lake near Cooperstown, a small town in central New York State most famous for the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Nick heads to a flat where he thinks the bass will be accumulating pre spawn and he's proved right as they literally see Largemouth circling the boat in the clear water soon after they arrive. A fantastic session follows with them both some finding some hard fighting bass in the clear water whilst Nick discusses his plans to become a pro bass angler and his work with I Fish New York which helps get more kids into fishing. Otsego Lake is one of many lakes in New York State offering fantastic bass fishing as Mike and Nick prove in this all action episode. To watch just login or register
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The Boys head to Rutland Water to try some lure fishing for Zander in some tricky weather conditions. They’re joined by expert lure angler Steve Collett - can he help them to hook their first ever zander?  
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Watch Outventurous A Yellowfish Journey which features South Africa's longest river, the Orange River, so remote in places that it is only accessible by canoe. Inside Angling host Craig Thomassen joins a three day camping trip organised by Kalahari Outventures, where he is hoping to find and catch some trophy Yellowfish. This section of the river flows through some spectacularly rugged, arid landscapes which provide a stunning backdrop to Craig's fishing. It is also free from dangerous wildlife, so provides a rare opportunity to fish in South Africa without worrying about being eaten. There are plenty of Yellowfish to be found and Craig enjoys breaking his PB for both largemouth and smallmouth varieties. To watch Outventurous A Yellowfish Journey now, just login or register
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Des arrives at the Palm Tree Lagoon resort on his first trip to Thailand for a weeks fishing, hoping that he is going to be pulled all around the lake by some of the monster fish lurking in its depths, top of his wish list is an Arapaima, these fantastic prehistoric looking fish can grow to over 500lbs. The fishery was bought by Englishman Tim Webb in 2008, he's continually trying to improve the number and variety of fish on offer, it currently holds 100 different freshwater species, 14 of them to over 100lbs. Des's guide Benchawan baits up his three rods, one with very smelly fish guts, the second with a chicken neck. Both fished in mid water on 80lb braid with an 80lb heavy nylon leader. The third uses pop up boilies from a method feeder in which she puts a sticky mixture of brown rice and bread crumb. His first bite is a Big Headed Carp quickly followed by a Catfish Shark, both weighing in at around 40lbs, but mere tiddlers here. Highlights that follow are a lovely Siamese Carp, a Redtail Catfish and a gigantic Mekong catfish but quite honestly the variety of species that Des catches is amazing, most of them new to him, but his trip of a lifetime is completed when he lands an Arapaima at over 300lbs. "The most beautiful fish I've ever seen in my life." To watch Palm Tree Lagoon Thailand now, just login or join
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Hobie's Morgan Promnitz heads out to Panama, where he fishes the Wild Coast shoreline with pals Ross Gallagher and Sam Root. There are plenty of exotic species to be found and Sam catches his first Rainbow Runner and Roosterfish. Yellowfin Tuna and Pompano are also in abundance so no prizes for guessing what's on the menu for the evening meal.
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For the second part of their trip to Panama, the Hobie team travel 100 miles down the Wild Coast in search of Marlin. Using freshly caught livebait they attract shark instead, which on light tackle creates a bit of excitement. Redfish, Amberjack and Pompano are also there in abundance.
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The Arctic Waters team embark on an epic voyage to the Åland Islands to target the plentiful Baltic Sea perch that inhabit these unique brackish waters. The team are lucky enough to be staying in a fantastic B&B that is a stone throw away from the water and with no shortage of locals willing to share their knowledge with them, they really couldn't ask to be in a better spot. The Baltic Sea perch isn't the only fish on the agenda as these waters are home to a multitude of other freshwater species from Sea Trout and Salmon to Pike and Zander, it's these predators that the team are targeting, casting lures from small boats. This episode looks at how with sustainable management the Baltic Sea perch, Zander and pike can be harvested and used to feed the local people on these healthy and extremely tasty fish. The guys use a variety of techniques including drop shot, jig fishing and fly fishing in their search for the three main predator species that they are after, but it is the Baltic Sea perch that seems the most willing to co-operate and good numbers are landed each day. To watch just login or register (https://www.fishingtv.com/login https://www.fishingtv.com/register)
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Mark Barrett and Matt Rand target specimen perch on a Fenland irrigation reservoir.  
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Predator ace Mark Barrett passes on some vital bait enhancing tips that can make the difference between a pike or zander taking your bait, or turning away at the last second.  
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In this video we go fishing fish for pike at a number of different venues and catch some awesome fish. We also show our favourite tactics and baits to use when pike fishing.  
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The cold winter months of the salmon and trout close season can leave many anglers chomping at the bit, including Rae. So he's heading to the Norfolk Broads to try his hand at some winter fishing that's growing in popularity: pike on the fly. But being a novice, he's enlisted the help of local girl and pike fishing specialist Jo Stephenson to show him the ropes.
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At the beginning of the movie Gordon P Henriksen asks "Why Pike?" The answer is obvious when we join Gordon on a series of challenging and exciting fishing trips. Different methods are shown and we learn a great deal when Gordon explains about fishing with big spinners and small jerkbaits while catching fish. In Sweden, Gordon is joined by the pike expert Stefan "Trumman" Trumstedt, who shows his favourite methods and techniques when fishing with jerbaits - and he also shows us how to catch the big pike. We see the action of the different lures underwater when they are fished effectively. The underwater cameras also reveal new secrets about pike behaviour. Secrets that we pike fishermen can learn a great deal from. It is a visual film, that gives us both intense fishing situations as well as lots of practical tips.  
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In Pike Secrets 2 we go even further into the world of pike fishing. Gordon P Henriksen takes on a series of fishing trips with experienced fishermen. We go trolling for pike in Denmark with Christian Møller, who explains how to find and catch pike on big lakes. Frederic Julian from France is a predator specialist and shows us how and why he fishes with swimbaits. We see exactly how the lures act underwater. In Rugen, Northern Germany we are joined by Robert Balkow, a local guider and expert, who tells how to have success with softbaits for big pike. Many nice pike are caught in this inspiring movie. It will make you want to get out there and experiment with techniques and catch more pike yourself.  
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Mark Barrett discusses the gear you will need to make the most of your pike sessions. 
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Mark Barrett passes on some of the vital lessons he’s learned from his guiding when it comes to connecting with takes from predators effectively. 
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Popper fishing for Giant Trevally has got to be one of the most exciting ways of spending a day in a boat, here host Paul Worsteling heads up to Yeppoon, the gateway to the Capricorn Coast and Great Barrier Reef, where he meets up with Ben Jones aka GT Buster. Ben's earned his nickname by overwhelming some huge Giant Trevally, a lot of them on camera, so after an early morning start its not long before the guys are into fish. When using poppers, all the action takes place on the surface and its easy to see why these fish have earned the reputation as one of the hardest fighting fish there is. They also try a bit of jigging for a host of species that can be found on the bottom, making sure they've got something to take home for dinner. To watch Popper Fishing for Giant Trevally now, just login or register
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Paul and son, Jet are in Port Stephens, New South Wales and head offhore to fish for Black Marlin, one of the larger Marlin species that can grow to over 1500lbs. Port Stephens was actually the first place on the New South Wales coastline that a Marlin was caught way back in 1910, and is now a renowned area for targeting these incredible game fish. Its an early start as first they need to catch some fresh bait and are soon filling with livewell with some Slimy Mackerel. When they reach the target area some 28km offshore, they get out the strip teasers to try and pull the Marlin in to their trolling lures. It isn't long before Jet hooks into a nice 50KG fish and the youngster has a real battle on his hands. Next its dad's turn to hook up to a bigger fish which has the guys in some trouble as it runs into another line. They then head out to a FAD, a Fish Aggregation Device and find a schoal of Dolphin Fish (Mahi Mahi) which provide more great sport. Watch this thrilling episode and you'll see why Port Stephens has such a reputation for great marlin fishing. To watch just login or register
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In this episode host Wade Middleton and some of his pro bass angler friends demonstrate how important it is to correctly position your boat for successful Bass fishing. All too often they see 'good' anglers come unstuck when they lose control of their boat as they start to cast. Being too close to a target can result in over-casting with the inevitable snags and hook ups. Allowing the boat to turn means you're constantly having to change your position on the boat, or moving away from the target zone makes it much harder to reach the fish. There is general consensus that a Power-Pole is the most important piece of equipment, when it comes to slow, controlled manoeuvring in shallow water and there are plenty of tips here on how to make the most of it. In deeper water the boat electronics become invaluable, so Wade and the team take time to demonstrate how best to set these up. To watch Position Your Boat for Bass now, just login or join
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Most anglers hate being cooped up over the winter months and Clark Wendlandt is no different, he can't wait to get out and do a bit of Pre-Spawn Bass Fishing in early Spring. Here he gives tips and advice on how to make the most of the chance to catch some big Bass. Use your electronics, the Bass will tend to hold up on the edge of a grass bed before they spawn, so find the edges and use a sinking bait that will get down to the fish. Make sure the bait has plenty of action, the Bass are in an aggressive mood, so make it easy for them to see and attack your lure. Be prepared to change tactics, as always Clark comes armed with a load of pre-rigged rods so he can easily swap when something isn't working, he's got plenty of tips on which lure to use with which which rod and reel for a whole host of conditions. To watch Pre-Spawn Bass Fishing now, just login or join
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This has been my most successful pike fly over the past couple of seasons. Although it looks rather bulky, because it is created using backtying, it is light and easy to cast. The predominently pink colours make it irresistible. 
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In 'Puerto Rican Tarpon' host Henry Waszczuk and the Fishing the Flats team have unearthed a fantastic new destination to rival Costa Rica, the Bahamas and Belize, its Puerto Rico. An island in the middle of the Caribbean, it can offer excellent all round saltwater action but in particular it has established a reputation as a Tarpon hotspot. Henry is in the capable hands of brothers Armando and Karim Chaar who run the Magic Tarpon guiding service, reagrded as the best on the island and they have taken him out onto the San Jose Lagoon. It offers between 4 and 8 feet of water and seems to be absolutely packed full of the 'silver kings'. The great attraction of Tarpon is the fight they give you, no matter what size they are there will be plenty of thrills and spills as they jump out of the water on the end of your line. Henry is in for a real treat though, as he hooks one weighing in at 145lbs, needless to say it gives him one hell of a battle. There's another excellent BBQ recipe from chef Ray Lampe, this time it's cedar wrapped scallops. To watch Puerto Rican Tarpon now, just login or join
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The Queen of Oman in this case refers to the hard fighting slabs of silver, that are Queenfish. They can be found in abundance in the waters off southern Oman and Craig Thomassen has been invited to visit his old buddy, Brandon King who runs a guiding service out of Salalah, to join him for a few days fishing. Queenfish became one of their favourite species when they first started fishing together in Mozambique. Early morning and late evening are the best times of day to find them and the Queenfish seem unable to resist a small popper moving quickly across the water. Although Brandon is also able to get them to take a fly and enjoys a great battle on his lightweight gear. To watch Queen of Oman now, just login or register
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Ranger Boats is celebrating 50 years of building legends, one at a time. Wade provides a walk through of his 50th anniversary boat, highlighting the specific features he likes and how he has his boat set up. In the second half of the show Wade is bass fishing on Amistad Reservoir with Gene Eisenmann taking a look at various TH Marine products and providing an update on Amistad and the current state of this fishery.
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Henry is with Captain William Pugh again, fishing offshore from Panama Beach in North West Florida, and hoping to catch some Red Snapper, the signature fish of the Gulf of Mexico. No matter what their size, Red Snapper are tough fighters, stunning looking fish and renowned eating fish. In Fish Eye, we learn all about the Red Snapper including their lifecycle, migration patterns and habitats. Next its Henry's turn to get into the action as he hooks a powerful fish that takes a strong first run and applies some big headshakes, but when he pulls its up, only half of the fish is left as its been attacked by something bigger during the fight. Its not long before he hooks another and this time lands it in tact, but the next fish is much bigger and Henry fails to get it clear of the reef and eventually loses the battle showing just how hard these fish fight. In the tip section, Henry talks us through all the kit he takes with him when fishing for deep water reef species like Snapper, Amberjack,  and Kingfish. We also look at some of the biggest Red Snapper ever caught courtesy of the IGFA. To watch just login or join  
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In this episode Paul drives an hour and a half inland from Melbourne to Lake Windouree in the centre of Ballarat, in search of Redfin Gold. He's invited Angus "Jimmy" James on to his boat, for some expert local advice and Jimmy points him in the direction of a large shoal. The Redfin, or Perch are a natural predator and since their introduction into Australia have become a bit of a pest, threatening indigenous species. Paul claims that this is the first time he has targeted them, but it doesn't take him long to get his spinnerbait lure working and quickly hooks up. They are hoping to catch something approaching Jimmy's PB of 47cms long. The episode also features a session Paul had off Namotu Island, Fiji deep sea fishing with Ben Wilson, where they had a double hook up of Yellowfin Tuna whilst trolling skirted lures. To watch Redfin Gold perch fishing now, just login or register
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Peta joins "Chappy" Lawson, in the New England region of northern NSW to chase a few feisty and very tasty redfin perch. They use hard-bodied lures to target these jumbo perch on the troll, after first locating their schools using a depth sounder. Scott then teams up with some switched-on locals who've made an art out of jigging winter redfin perch on "dead-sticked" lures. The guys catch a heap of lovely reddies and pass on some great impoundment fishing tips in the process.  
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Reel Funny
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Comedian Dave Russo provides the entertainment during a day's fishing with Charlie on Lake Donchawishyahu in New Hampshire. Dave is a newcomer to fishing so needs some of Charlie's expert tutoring to help him on his way.
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Matt’s on the way to a reservoir that’s famous for holding big predatory fish, but to win this one is going to need the fish of a lifetime, and there’s only 24 hours in which to get it.  
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After a tough first visit to the Olympic Peninsular earlier in the year Cody is determined to learn from his previous mistakes to increase his chances of connecting with steelhead. High, coloured water means that he’s got to review his tactics.  
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Charlie heads off to Rhode Island for a bit of saltwater fishing with guest and friend Joel St Germain. This pair normally fish for bass but this time, Charlie is taking them out of their comfort zone and out to sea. They soon find some big schoals of blue fish which are super agressive and provide exciting sport before dropping some bait down deep after flounder. Finally they head to a bridge in search of tautog an unusual type of wrasse.
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Mark heads out of Richards Bay for another great offshore trip where he isn't targetting any one species in particular but just wants to see what turns up. First he catches a trophy sized shad before looking for other species.
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Top specialist Darran Goulder shows how he targets specimen perch from running water.  
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In River Piking we join legendary Norfolk pike fishing guru John Watson for a session on his local water in the Broads. He passes on some great tips on preparing and presenting deadbaits, his ideal float set up and where to find pike on slow moving rivers such as these. Needless to say he sees some great action hooking some of these hard fighting predators, netting some in to double figures. To watch John Watson River Piking now on Fishing TV, just login or register
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Mark Barrett joins Midlands predator ace Nige Williams as the pair go on the hunt for some River Severn zander sport. 
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As the large swells in January & February churn up the waters at Mtunzini, South Africa, it creates great conditions for rock and surf fishing from the beach. Mark De La Hey and friends offer up some great tips and advice on how to use fresh deadbait to catch large flatfish such as Brown Skate, Sand Shark or Diamond Rays.
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Rogue River Spring Chinook salmon up to 40lb – sounds like heaven, right? That’s why Cody cancelled a trout fishing trip and dropped everything to head to the river when they heard the salmon were running.  
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Salute the Red
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Charlie travels to Charleston, South Carolina where he meets up with local guide Charles Floyd and heads out on the hunt for the hard fighting Redfish.
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Our second stop of the 2018 Texas Team Trail season is one of our favourites - Sam Rayburn Reservoir. This East Texas lake always delivers on huge bags of bass, but with rain forecast for the whole day and fog hanging over the water conditions will be tricky.
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In this the first episode of a new series, host Wade Middleton has made his way over into East Texas, to head out on to the Sam Rayburn Reservoir in search of pre-spawn Bass. It's early Spring, the weather is cold and wet and he only gets an hour or so out on the water, but explains that these low pressure conditions can often be the best for Bass fishing and shows how to make the most of them. First up he stresses how important it is to have good waterproof gear to keep yourself warm and dry. Use your electronics, by finding water just a couple of degrees warmer you will find active hungry fish and by choosing the right bait will have success, here he's using a Spro Aruku Shad to great effect. The next day, the weather has completely changed, clear blue skies, bright sunshine and higher pressure, so he switches tactics. To provoke what he assumes will be more lethargic fish he likes to use a suspending jerkbait, just throw it out, twitch it down and leave it in the strike zone and waiting for them to hit it. He also talks you through rod, reel and line selection to use with these and although this isn't his favourite form of Bass fishing, it certainly works in conditions like these. The Sam Rayburn Reservoir is one of the best Bass fishing lakes in the USA and Wade certainly makes the most of it, as always his tips and advice are well put and easy to follow. To watch Sam Rayburn Reservoir now, just login or join
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The 2017 Texas Team Trail season kicks-off on the largest lake in the state, the Sam Rayburn Reservoir - this year 341 teams are looking to maximise a 5 fish limit but the conditions are cold and windy. Sit back and watch some exciting bass tournament action!
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Cody's Samoan adventure continues - they had some success in part one, but conditions were tough. Now they are keen to add some more flags to the mast and put in some more tags. Cody's skipper explains the importance of tagging, and what to do if you catch a tagged fish.  
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Your host Cody Herman leaves the cold waters of the Pacific Northwest and heads south of the Equator, to fish the tropical waters of Samoa. He learns how the island chain was devastated by a tsunami, and how to target warm-water, inshore species - we're talking big, fast, predatory fish in crystal clear waters. Can they catch an elisive billfish?  
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Morgan Promnitz and Kevin Nakada from Team Hobie take their kayaks and head out to the beautifully scenic San Vincente Reservoir in southern California. It's close to home so no problem them taking all the gear and gadgets. The lake holds some monster bass, up to 18lbs, so when one of them snags itself around a sunken tree Morgan has no hesitation in diving in to try and free it. But it's Kevin who wins the day by a mile.
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Part 2 of Team Hobie's Morgan Promnitz and Kevin Nakada's weekend trip to San Vincente Reservoir with their gadget packed Hobie kayaks. This time its Kevin's turn to take a splash after a crack-off and its worth it, as he handlines in a 7lb bass. But not to be outdone Morgan finishes with a monster fish of his own.
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Mike D is in Sarasota, Florida pond fishing with his twin sister Diana and for a change Mike is the expert. They haven't fished together since they were kids but Diana has a likely looking pond right in her back garden and Mike is convinced he can get her into some bass here. Mike first opts for a topwater lure and it isn't long before Diana is landing her first fish for 34 years. He then switches to a soft plastic worm which bass find irresistible and shows Diana how to fish it effectively. The fish aren't big but they are plentiful and coming in thick and fast for the twins and there's little doubt that Mike's Sarasota pond fishing session with his sister has been a resounding success. To watch, just login or register
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Henry is in Sarasota Bay on the central west coast of Florida and today fishing for Snook  with guest and PGA Tour Pro golfer, Andy Bean. The area they'll be fishing is full of  sandbars, channels and small bays which local guide, Captain Billy Clyde knows like the back of his hand. Billy will be hosting the pair and the target is to get the shallow water Slam of a Redfish, Snook and Speckled Sea Trout. In Fish Eye, we take a look at the Common Snook, its range, feeding habits and lifecycle. Henry starts proceeding with a small Snook before Andy hooks into its bigger brother and lands a cracking 40 inch Snook which the whole team are delighted with. The pair then land some beautiful Speckled Sea Trout before taking some time out to show us a new Livetarget lure that he's been using. As the day comes to a close, Henry hooks into a good sized Redfish which strips off all off his line before being boated and the slam is complete. Finally, we take a look at some of the biggest Snook ever caught, and see at a giant 22lb Snook Henry caught a few years ago. To watch just login or join  
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In this episode host Jim Hoey visits the town of Nipawin hoping to catch a Saskatchewan Walleye. Nipawin sits on the Saskatchewan River between Codette Lake formed by the Francois-Finlay dam and Tobin Lake created by the construction of the E.B.Campbell dam. The whole area of water is one large reservoir with a channel running through it and with plenty of structure it creates some great fishing opportunities. Jim's out with local expert and marine owner Ray Lamy, who knows the water pretty well. If one spot is a bit quiet, he moves the boat to another of his favourite marks. They are bottom bouncing using a spinner with a leech bait and there are plenty of Walleye to be had. The lake record is over 18lbs. Jim also takes a trip to the local museum to discover a little bit of the history of this fascinating place. To watch Saskatchewan Walleye now, just login or register
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In this episode, Henry is fishing in the waters off Destin, Florida with Captain William Pugh and they're targtetting the hard fighting Scamp Grouper. Also known as Brown Grouper or Broomtail Grouper, these fish are frequently found around wrecks and structure in deep water and average under 10lb but can sometimes go above 20lb. They're 40 miles offshore and fishing in around 300ft of water and Henry strikes first but as he starts pulling his fish up, Capt William also hooks up to one. These are one of the finest eating fish you can catch in the Florida Panhandle so they're certainly pleased to put a few in the boat. Capt William shows us a great bait tip with squid that can prove deadly year round. As Henry gets another hook up, he suddenly has a much bigger fish eating his fish and is gets into a backbreaking fight. 20 mins in and the fish is still deep and draining Henry but in the meantime, William has landed the biggest Scamp Grouper of the day, a fine fish in the 20lb bracket. To watch just login or join
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In the 1920's, when netting was banned in the local bay, the fishermen of Pacific City, Oregon switched to surf launched dory boats. They thrived as the commercial fishing fleet until superseded by larger factory style vessels but the tradition has continued and now a handful of dorymen offer their services to sports fishermen. Day One Outdoors host Cody Herman spends a day on the dory of Mike Laverty, who as you would expect  has intimate knowledge of all the marques in the area. They start by targeting bottom feeding fish and immediately land some Lingcod and a few Black Sea Bass, but Mike keeps them on the move and they step up to bigger gear when he puts them on a good Halibut spot. To watch this video now, go to Fishing TV and register. Click here https://www.fishingtv.com/register/
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Thomas Mosgaard is a biologist, and he has a very deep knowledge regarding the behaviour of the seatrout and its holding spots. He has great experience catching seatrout in rivers, and we tag along as he fishes a number of smaller rivers in Jutland. Thomas especially puts emphasis on how to catch seatrout during the day hours – but we are invited along for some evening- and night fishing too. We fish up and down the rivers while Thomas tells us about fishing techniques and the holding spots that we come across. The film is about fishing spoons, spinners and wobblers – and how to fish them most effectively. We see a lot of dramatic and hectic fights with beautiful seatrout – and we are there when Thomas catches a strong salmon. It is a film filled with great tips and facts, intense fights and beautiful scenery along the rivers.  
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During fishing we have deployed underwater cameras on the locations we fish, gaining an unusual insight into the secret world of the sea trout – and saltwater fishing. The film is about spin fishing from the beach, and we join Thomas Hansen and other experienced fishermen on several fishingtrips. We fish through all four seasons and different locations. Watch the amazing underwater footage of sea trout on the very location as we fish. Watch sea trout following the lure and the catch of a capital sea trout. The film includes night footage of sea trout in the natural habitat and in depth knowledge about the sea trout’s prey. Watch lots of great catches and gain new knowledge. And instructional film that covers all the important details in strategy, tackle and fishing techniques with both lures and Bombarda floats.  
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We have joined the experienced and extremely skilled fisherman Thomas Hansen on numerous fishing trips during the spring. Thomas elaborates on tackle, strategy and fishing techniques – and catches a lot of sea trout. With underwater cameras we have studied the lures and wobblers underwater, and Thomas provides lots of tips on how to fish them in specific situations. The same cameras show the sea trout’s underwater habitat and prey and we see sea trout swimming by unaffected. Even though the film is on spring fishing, much of the advice given can be used all year round. An instructional movie with beautiful sceneries, moods and action packed situations.  
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Searching for Pedro - Charlie has left behind the lakes of New Hampshire with their "Larrys" or Largemouth Bass and he and his wife Angela are on a lovely trip to O'ahu Island in Hawaii. Rather than head out into the beautiful blue Pacific Ocean for some deep sea action, Charlie is determined to catch a Peacock Bass or "Pedro". Hawaii together with Florida are the only two US states where you can find the Peacock Bass, as it is a tropical fish, at home in hot jungle conditions. Charlie has been invited to join Chris Wright fishing in the Wahiawa Freshwater Park, Chris's father Stan appeared on "Lets Go Fishing" a Hawaiian TV show for 11 years and is a larger than live character. He guiding Chris and Charlie on to the fish, but it's odd that Chris is the only one who's lures seem to be working. Surely Charlie hasn't come all this way for nothing? To watch Searching for Pedro now, just login or register
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In this FREE episode, host Henry Waszczuk shows us what's in store in the forthcoming season of Fishing The Flats. In this exciting season, Henry will be visiting some of the hottest saltwater fishing destinations including the Bahamas, Costa Rica and around and of course Florida and targeting some of the flat's hardest fighting saltwater species. First up we see Henry targeting Redfish in North Carolina and he gets the season off to a flier with a giant 50 inch plus red which for many would be the fish of a lifetime. In the Bahamas, Henry is fishing for Bonefish when a shark takes the Bonefish he is playing literally a few yards from his feet...exciting stuff indeed. Each show features a segment called Fish Eye, rammed full of tips and tactics to improve your saltwater outings and there's also a recipe section where you can learn to prepare some stunning fish dishes that are sure to impress. In another interesting segment, Henry discusses how he became a fishing TV show presenter after a highly successful career as a pro football player in Canada. Enjoy this taster episode and then get stuck into the full season! To watch just login or join
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Mark is forced to 'go blind' to cash in on some superb Fenland pike sport in the company of two top predator guides.  
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In this FREE EPISODE we take a look at some of the highlights from series 2 of Fishing the Flats. Host Henry Waszczuk has to be regarded as one lucky so and so, he travels to exciting, exotic locations and enjoys some of the finest saltwater game fisheries to be found on the planet. In this series he makes his first trip to Belize, where he stayed on the Turneffe Atoll and got to fish the coral reef lagoons for Bonefish, Permit and as we see in this episode Triggerfish. He is also spoilt for choice in his adopted home state of Florida, where he can fish the Gulf waters around his home in Charlotte Harbour or travel down to the Keys, where the variety of fishing is second to none or, as we see here hook a huge Sea Trout in Tampa Bay. Another new location is Puerto Rico where Henry enjoys some fantastic, high jumping aerial displays from the monster Tarpon on the end of his line. His trips to the Pacific coast of Mexico provide some great action such as the amazing Roosterfish we see him boat here. We also get a look at the selection of rods Henry uses throughout the series made for him by Hank Altenkirch and Dr BBQ Ray Lampe takes us through his recipe for Planked Tex-Mex Grilled Redfish. To watch Series 2 Highlights now, just login or join
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In its 12th season, the Cabela's Collegiate Bass Fishing Series is the best collegiate tournament trail around! Find out what anglers and partners are saying, as well as more about the Cabela's School of the Year presented by Abu Garcia race, and the 2017 BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing National CHAMPIONSHIP.
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Predator ace Mark Barrett demonstrates how to set up your front bite alarms and drop-back indicators when fishing for pike, with advice on how to minimise resistance, and avoid deep-hooking fish. 
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It's early in the season and the Pike can be found in shallow water on Lake Milton, Saskatchewan. Charlie Wray joins local guide Naoto Aoki and he has great success with his favourite herring lure as well as using a soft plastic lure for fish in the weeds.
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During the off season host Clark Wendlandt uses bass techniques to catch redfish and trout when he revisits a childhood haunt at Matagorda Beach. Then he's off to Sam Rayburn Reservoir, which is one of the hottest lakes in the USA right now, so he sees plenty of action during a day on the topwater where he is putting the Strike King Suger Buzz lures to the test. Plenty of great tips for both beginners and experts.
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In Slave Lake Walleye, host Jim Hoey heads to the small town of Slave Lake, situated at the eastern end of Lesser Slave Lake in his home state of Alberta. This large lake is known for its Walleye and that's what Jim is targeting, as he spends a day in the boat with Roland Twinn. Roland is Chief of the Sawridge First Nation and his family have been fishing the lake for many generations. They are trolling with bottom bouncers, using leeches as bait. Jim is amazed to discover, in his 20th series that he has been hooking leeches at the wrong end, Roland informs him he should be using the fibrous end and not the softer sucker end. Roland seems to know what he's doing, as the two enjoy a very productive day. To watch Slave Lake Walleye now, just login or register
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Cody and friends head to the Southern Oregon coast to target fall chinook in skinny water. They try a variety of techniques, baits and lures, including bobber and egg rigs, lures and more. Low water can make fishing for salmon tricky, and there's a fair amount of pressure on the fishing, so it requires all of their patience and to connect with these migrating salmon.  
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Mike joins up with Nick Petrou as they go fishing for Spring Smallmouth Bass on Canadarado Lake in New York State. Nick orginally appeared on the show when he was just 14 yrs old and helped Mike catch his first Smallmouth Bass in Central Park, New York. Several years later and about to graduate from college with a Fisheries and Aquaculture Qualification, Nick really knows his stuff when it comes to Smallmouth and is hoping to bring some of that scientific prowess to the table today. The Bass will be spawning in a few weeks so as Nick explains, will be putting on weight in preparation so its a great time to get out there. By analysing the water temperature and depth, Nick puts them on a spot where he thinks the fish will be staging before they move into the shallows to spawn.  Using swimbaits and jerkbaits it isn't long before the pair get into some chunky Smallmouth Bass on Canadarado Lake. To watch, just login or register
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In this Fins & Skins Classic Adventure Henry takes on Canadian Olympic icehockey goaltender Sami Jo Small. They are on the Grand River at Brantford near Toronto which is packed full of Smallmouth Bass. Henry's got his work cut out as Sami Jo first started fishing with her dad when she was just 5 years old and she's getting a bit of help from local guide and expert Ken Collins, he's got a great tip for using an indicator to make sure your nymph is sitting in the right part of the current and it works as Sami Jo is first into a Smally. Its 1 point for a bass under 12" and 2 points for any over with a bonus of 5 points for the largest bass and the two have a bumper session catching tonnes of bass, although Sami Jo caught the largest fish, Henry takes a slight points advantage into the golf match. This takes place at the Brantford Golf and Country Club, the 4th oldest golf club in North America which sits in an elevated location with great views down to the Grand River. To watch this video now, just login or join
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Watch Snook Fishing Celestun featuring host Randy Bowser who invites old friend Javier Ayala to join him for a couple of days lure fishing around Celestun on the Gulf Coast of Mexico. Hooking up with a local guide, they start off by trawling round the marina looking for the Snook and Tarpon which can be found feeding around the moored-up boats. Then they're off to try new waters at Isla Arena, will that hold even bigger fish? Randy's non stop enthusiasm and expertise means there are plenty of fish to see. To watch Snook Fishing Celestun now, just login or register
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Take a road trip to the Snowy Mountains, and meet up with Andrew Badullovich and his family as they explore some of the regions attractions. The lakes in this area provide easily accessible fishing locations, ideal for showing the kids how to catch a trout or two from the safety of the bank. Andrew then shows - from a boat - how to cut a lake down to size by eliminating less productive areas and concentrating on prime, fish-holding country. The lessons imparted will serve anglers well wherever they chase our speckled freshwater fish.  
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The lucky winners of a recent Texas Parks and Wildlife giveaway promotion sponsored by Cabela's get to spend a day on Lake LBJ in Texas with Wade Middleton. He passes on some great hints and tips and puts them on to some good fish.
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Sooty Grunters is an Australian nickname for the Black Bream and in this episode Paul is in for a real treat, he's being taken heli fishing by Josh Liddle of Hinchinbrook Adventures, and they are travelling 100kms into remote North Queensland, where the Herbert River cuts through rocky mountains creating some amazing scenery. They are targeting the Sooties that are here in numbers, sight casting lures. The Black Bream can grow to over 50cms so anything approaching that is a good fish. They are surprised to see a Barramundi so far from the sea and apparently very happy in the crystal clear mountain water. Josh takes the chopper up into even more rugged terrain, where Paul is able to cast into the splash pool of a waterfall and still hook a Sooty. To watch Sooty Grunters now, just login or register
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The waters off the South Coast of Kwazulu Natal provide rich pickings as the migrating game fish arrive. Host Mark De La Hey with skipper PJ Botha target the Yellowfin Tuna to be found around the local wrecks, but although their jigs and live baits prove to be successful, their efforts attract the interest of some hungry sharks. By keeping on the move, they are finally rewarded.
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In this first episode the Sibley brothers head out on Lake Okeechobee for some evening Crappie fishing. Using freelined minnows, the devoted outdoorsmen get into some great sized crappies for the pot. Part 2 of the show sees them fishing out of Tampa with Capt Kevin in the Gulf of Mexico. Typical inshore species in this area include drum, sea trout, sheephead and whiting and the guys are keen to put something in the pot for dinner.
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Host Henry Waszczuk is in the Florida Keys for this episode, chasing one of the fastest fish in the water, the Spanish Mackerel. He's out with Capt Aaron Sutcliffe and buddy Mark Schrader and they soon attract a school to their chum line. The guys are fishing with 1/4oz hair jigs with thin strips of Ballyhoo on lightweight tackle and although they get almost a fish a cast from the average size 'schoolies' they are struggling to tempt the bigger fish. The Spanish Mackerel world record was caught up the coast in North Carolina in 1987, weighing in at just over 13lbs. Henry and Mark give plenty of tips on where to find and how to catch this very quick, hard fighting fish, and we also get to see the highlights Henry had, fishing for one of its near cousins the King Mackerel. To watch Spanish Mackerel in the Keys now, just login or join
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Steve Collett joins Stewart Bloor for a successful spring time session in search of specimen perch.  
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Top big fish angler Duncan Charman passes on advice about how to target quality perch from stillwaters.  
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The spoons and spinners you need to get you started in salmon fishing.  
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Its the walleye opener and the brothers head out in search of some early Spring fish. It pays to have a flexible approach at this time of year and the guys troll along the shoreline before anchoring up for some jigging with both tactics proving fruitful. Walleye are a prized fish for the table and the guys are keen to put a few in their well.
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Steelhead are amongst the most mysterious and highly prized fish in the world, and in this episode of Day One Outdoors Cody's looking at the tried and tested techniques for catching these sea-run rainbows from the bank. As usual he calls upon the expertise of some locals and discusses things like watercraft and how to approach a poolm, before exploring a number of the techniques and rigs that might be worth trying.  
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In this episode Henry visits a couple of hot spots known for their Striped Bass, starting in his native Canada, on the Miramichi River in New Brunswick. Here he is fishing with retired NHL hockey player Steve Ludzik, they've got a friendly competition going and Steve gets off to a flying start with 3 decent school fish. Henry gets a couple of his own, but Steve wins the day with a lovely 18 pounder. There are plenty of facts and figures about this anadromous species, that can live in both fresh and salt water. The females or 'cows' grow bigger than the males and the IGFA all tackle record is almost 82lbs. Henry doesn't catch anything quite this big at his second location, which is in deeper water off Montauk, New York. Here he's in seasonal waters fishing with ex NHL coach Mike Keenan and they have a great day seeing plenty of saltwater stripe action. To watch Striped Bass Hot Spots now, just login or join
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On a visit to Fayette County Reservoir pro-angler and host Clark Wendlandt uses his Garmin Fishfinder to locate schools of bass amongst the variable contours of the lake. He's come prepared with a variety of lures to try, but finds that a quickly moving Crank Bait is the one they can't resist.
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The Columbia River is famous as one of the best sturgeon fisheries in the world, but these prehistoric monsters have a long breeding cycle and stocks of these fish are susceptable to collapse. Cody meets up with a representative of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife to learn about the need to manange the stocks of these fish, and what sportsmen and women can do to help protect them.  
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Summa Time
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Its summer, Charlie's favourite time of year as he heads to a local lake. After a tough start to the day, Charlie gets into some nice largemouth and smallmouth bass but can't seem to get food off his mind so heads to a restaurant after a nice day in the water.
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Fishing during the summer can be tough. Here are some tips from Pro Angler and Show Host Clark Wendlandt to make the most out of those long hot days.
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Eddie Turner explains how his favourite sunken fixed paternoster pike set up works.  
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Henry is back in North Carolina with Captain Rennie Clark and this time, he's to be doing something a little different as he'll be fishing for Redfish in the surf as they migrate up the coast. They start off in some backwaters of the Cape Fear River and they expect it to be tricky as its March, the water is cooler and the Reds don't feed as much. Nevertheless, Henry soon finds a pod of Reds and using his Rockport Rattler lure lands a lovely 28 inch Red to kick off proceedings. In Fish Eye, we take a look at Redfish cousin, the Black Drum which is also a great sporting fish which can grow to prodigous sizes and inhabits the same areas as Reds. Next up its shore fishing and as Henry takes control of boat and searches the shoreline for a shoal of Reds. When they find one, Rennie casts in and the action is fast and furious with so many Reds together like this. In Henry's tip section, he shows us the Gulp Shrimp and how he combines it with a Rockport Rattler to make a deadly Redfish lure. Now its Henry's turn to fish as Captain Rennie finds another sizable shoal of Reds and first cast he's into a strong Red in the surf. These saltwater Reds are stunning fish and more silver than when in the backwaters and lagoons but fight every bit as hard. The team also discuss record Black Drum and we see some footage of some big Black Drum that Henry and his guests have caught before including an 82lb goliath. To watch just login or join
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Hobie's Morgan Promnitz visits Sweden and heads out on to the largest lake in Europe to catch a monster Pike from his kayak. He's teamed up with a bunch of top European Hobie anglers including local expert Felix Frey, who offers some great tips and demonstrates how to handle big Pike. 
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Steve joins Chris Cleaver for a morning's soft plastic fishing on some of Sydney's busiest and most heavily-pressured urban estuaries. The mind-blowing action they encounter — on jewfish, kingfish, trevally, bream and flathead — is sure to amaze and astound most viewers, and stands as a testament to what's possible with good management of our aquatic resources.  
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Host Wade Middleton and his team of pro anglers have plenty of advice to offer when it comes to Targeting Bass on Boat Docks. Most good fishing lakes around the States will have any number of boat docks that come in all shapes and sizes, from the small fixed jetties in shallow water to the large floating marinas but they all have one thing in common, they are great places to find Bass. But when you are presented with so much choice how do you decide which one to fish? The general consensus is to look for something that's a bit different, one that's on its own or sticks out into the lake a bit further than the rest or has strange features such as cables or poles attached to it. Wade is out on a breezy, overcast day so decides to fish aggressively with a jerkbait. Clark Wendlandt likes using a skipping jig as he can cast it right up underneath the dock to where the larger fish are holding up. They're both catching big Bass proving that the theory works. To watch Targeting Bass on Boat Docks now, just login or join
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This Tarpon Catchin' Collection contains some of the best action that Randy and his team have enjoyed over the past few sessions. Monster Tarpon are numerous in the harbour area of Progresso, on the Gulf Coast of Mexico, probably attracted to all the fishy by-products discarded by the local fishermen, so Randy regularly makes this the number one spot when he has a guest in his boat, with spectacular results. Tarpon always put up a massive fight, especially when lightweight tackle is being used and here we see a few that got away as well as some of Randy's classic catches. To watch Tarpon Catchin' Collection now, just login or register
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Morgan Promnitz and the Hobie Team visit a number of locations around Florida and catch a spectacular variety of fish from their kayaks. But the highlight has to be a night time fishing session for Tarpon at Fort Meyers.
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iFish host Paul Worsteling  travels to St Helens on the east coast of Tasmania where he joins up with local expert Chloe Hammersley to go Mako Shark fishing. They head out to the edge of the shelf and whilst they are waiting for the Makos to show up get plenty of excitement from catching a few of the Bluefin Tuna swarming the area. It's not long before a large Mako is attracted to the the commotion and the tasty chum bait being dragged behind the boat. Paul is quick to get a fly out in front of its nose. Mako Sharks are one of the most acrobatic fish in the ocean and this one doesn't disappoint, providing some magnificent moments of airtime and because he is only using his lightweight fly gear Paul enjoys one hell of a fight. If you've never considered going Mako Shark fishing, this episode will change your mind! To watch just login or register
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In this episode of Fins and Skins host Henry Waszczuk is taking on 2007 Bassmaster Champion, Boyd Duckett in a bass fishing and golf challenge in Texas. Boyd with 4 major professional Bass fishing titles and over $1.7m in career earnings, is also a low handicap golfer so Henry is going to have his work cut out to win this one. They'll be fishing on Lake Amistad, in Del Rio, a large lake on the Mexican border and a renowned Largemouth Bass hotspot. The rules are pretty simple, 1 point for each Bass and the guy with the biggest Bass has control of the electric motor on the front of the boat and first cast. Points are then converted to strokes from the gross score. Out on the water, and its Henry who strikes first with a cracking 7lb Largemouth Bass...what a start! Boyd takes some time out to talk about swimbaits, how to fish them correctly and why they are so irresistible to Bass. Back to the action and Boyd is soon into a healthy lead but Henry keeps pegging him back and this match is closer than we'd think. But as we go into the golf match, Boyd does have a lead and Henry is going to have to play the round of his life to pull this one out of the bag. To watch just login or join
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The Texas Collegiate Bass Challenge presented by Abu Garcia heads to Lake Texoma, Denison, TX, for some challenging fishing and competition. Follow along and find out how the winds and weather affect the fishing and see which school takes home top honours!
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Wade Middleton and Clark Wendlandt hit the salty waters of the Texas coast for a fishing adventure where they don't care what's biting at the end of the line. There's also some tips about some awesome new tools to help you fish better.
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Des heads up to the Big Smoke for a session out of Kingston-Upon-Thames. He joins local skipper Warwick Salzer onboard Fling Your Hook, and they try trolling an assortment of live and dead baits targeting pike and if possible an elusive zander. 
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Host Mike D heads into Lunkerville for a day's fishing with Nick 'The Bass Rat' Russo. They're on East Twin Lake, Connecticut, but the conditions aren't great, a warn front has moved in bringing ominous, dark clouds. Nick would prefer a bit of sunshine as it groups the Bass into the shade, so he's not surprised when the only things they catch are a couple of Rockys and a Pickerel. When the latter throws up on the deck before being released, Nick decides it might be a good idea to match the colour of their rubber lures to the regurgitated crawfish on view, thinking that the Bass might be feeding on these too. But with not a lot happening the two are left to ruminate on why and when the Bass turn on... or not. And of course, eventually they do, enabling the guys to enjoy a nice bag of fish. To watch The Bass Rat now, just login or join
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Mike D heads north for a day out on Lake Eerie with Noel 'No' Good, a local bass fishing specialist. Unfortunately Noel makes the huge mistake of promising Mike that they will catch lots of big Bass, invoking the Curse of Lunkerville. They take the boat out over some spawning flats in about 18' of water. Noel starts fishing on the bottom with a drop shot rig. But sure enough the curse is working and the only fish they see all morning is a small Goby. To rub salt in the wound, Mike's producer Shannon is in the camera boat 50 metres away with Noel's father Larry and they are catching a bundle of very nice looking Smallmouth Bass with one at 4.6lbs. Noel decides to move location in an attempt to break the curse and luckily for him it works, but for Mike.....his day is redeemed by catching the largest fish, not one of Lake Eerie's famed Smallies but a cursed Sheepshead. To watch The Curse of Lunkerville now, just login or join
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Steve Townson starts an epic African adventure braving hippos and crocs on the mighty Zambezi River as he targets Tigerfish.
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Over 100 of the best bass anglers in kayaking from the USA and Canada battle it out at Kentucky Lake over 2 days. Their best 3 bass each day will count and there are two places at the Hobie Fishing World Championships 6 up for grabs.
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Once again the top kayak anglers from North America congregate on Kentucky Lake, for 2 days of athletic bass fishing. There's a championship trophy to be won and 2 places in team America in the forthcoming Hobie World Series 7.
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The Island
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The team are in the Seychelles, just off the world renowned fishing hot spot, Alphonse Island and Inside Angling host, Craig Thomassen has barely got his fly line out amongst the teasers before a Sailfish has come to play. This one doesn't stick but Sailfish aren't the only pelagic species around and Craig soon has the lighting fast, powerful Wahoo to contend with. These smash and grab merchants are rarely caught on fly gear but the waters are rich with them here and the teasers soon pull the Wahoo in. After landing a couple on the fly rod, Craig switches to a light spin rod and a stick bait with almost immediate effect. Hooking into the sailfish is proving more of a struggle though, but Craig perseveres and is rewarded with an epic fight on his 3rd day in Alphonse Island. To watch, just login or register 
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There is no pro sports to be found in the state of Iowa, so College Wrestling is the number one thing. And the biggest name in College wresting is Tom Brands, head coach at the University of Iowa, the most successful college in wrestling history. Tom hasn't done much fishing but is keen to learn from Charlie as they visit a small pond outside Idaho. Charlie hasn't done much wrestling, but is keen to learn from coach Brands and looks pretty good in tights. After checking out a few of the town's favourite restaurants and watering holes, Charlie teams up with local angler Mike "Spooner" Bauer who puts puts him on to a load of bass.
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Watch the Main Event, where Charlie Moore the "Mad Fisherman" heads off on a road trip to Limerick, Maine to enjoy a couple of days fishing, at his favourite time of year, the Fall. He's on Lake Arrowhead, resplendent in its Autumnal colours and his lures start working straight away. His performance is overseen by a couple of old guys reminiscent of Statler and Waldorf from the Muppets, who are ready with plenty of advice when the fish dry up. Day two of the main Event starts with a load of Pickerel, a small type of Pike, getting in the way but the Largemouth Bass are there are there to be had as well. Great fun. To watch this video now, just login or register
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The Mask
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Charlie meets up with Boston Bruins legendary hockey keeper Gerry "The Mask" Cheever and they head to a lake just outside Boston to fish for Largemouth Bass. Gerry is new to fishing so needs a helping hand from Charlie to break his duck.
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The Return - A Sardine Story features an amazing phenomenon that occurs every winter along the shore of Kwazulu Natal in South Africa, huge schools of sardines migrate northwards from the cooler waters of the Cape and with them come whales, dolphins, sharks and other large predatory gamefish. Which of course means for any keen angler, there is some fantastic sport to be had. This is the only place in the world where the large schools of sardines can be netted on to the beach and the locals make the most of this whilst they can. The fish at the back of the nets get crushed, releasing blood and oils which attract the sharks in large numbers, this provides even more fun and excitement for any daring beach angler. To watch The Return - A Sardine Story now, just login or register
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Looking for a winter break with his son Anthony, host Charlie Moore naturally chooses the sunshine state, Florida. But rather than heading to the obvious attractions such as a theme parks, golf courses or they beach, they naturally opt for a bit of small pond fishing. Dad's don't come much more competitive than the Mad Fisherman, so when Anthony catches twice as many fish as him, he can barely contain the hurt, lure fishing for Largemouth Bass is supposed to be his thing! Still he gets his own back at ping-pong and pool - small consolation. To watch this video now, just login or register
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A chance to see some huge shark being caught, as Mark targets Blacktip off the beach and Grey and Hammerheads out in the deep. Fantastic action from Mozambique.
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Matt’s at Kings Bromley Marina on the Trent and Mersey Canal with a double mission – to show that canals can offer top-notch fishing by catching a 3lb+ fish from the network. He’s keen to show just how much fun predator fishing in marinas can be.  
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Dean Macey continues the story of his recent trip to Thailand, this time targeting a range of weird and wonderful species on the smaller lake.  
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'Chilly' is making the cat-fishing on Spain’s River Ebro difficult for himself already, while Mark Barratt’s dreaming of his first ever 30lb carp…  
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The changeable microclimate around Richards Bay means that Mark De La Hey has to change plans, but fortunately there is enough sheltered water to provide a day's entertainment, surface lures and poppers attract the Yellowfin Tuna and then with live bait he targets Garrick. But as the winds strengthen he has to head inland to Midmar Dam for a spot of bass fishing.
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Threadfin salmon are amongst the most exciting, spectacular and unpredictable sportfishing targets encountered in tropical and sub-tropical inshore waters. It's hardly surprising that they're so keenly sought-after by serious fly and lure anglers. Join Bargy and Dan Power down towards the southern end of the threadfin's geographic range in south-eastern Queensland as the boys work the tide and bounce their soft vibe lures for these often elusive, tricky and surprisingly gently-biting fish.  
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The Tiger Musky is a hybrid cross of the Northern Pike and the Muskellunge, normally sterile they are used to control fish numbers in certain lakes. As a lean, mean predator they put up a tremendous fight and for host Cody Herman it is one of his bucket list species. He teams up with tournament buddy Josh Marthaller and they gradually come to realise why the Tiger Musky has the nickname, 'Fish of 10,000 casts'. During sessions on Mayfield and Merlin Lakes, Washington they vow not to be beaten and constantly change lures and tactics in order to hook at least one. Register or Login now to watch this show
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Our next stop of the 2017 season is Toledo Bend Reservoir - probably the most prolific fishery in the state. But recent conditions make it difficult to know whether the fish will be shallow or deep. It promises lots of bass fishing excitement!
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This year, the Texas Team Trail season kicks off at Toledo Bend Reservoir with a record-sized field of teams competing for a brand new boat and more! But the cold winds and water temperatures have pushed the fish down deep, so finding them will prove tricky. With a 5 fish limit, any weight over 25lbs will stand a chance.
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Host Clark Wendlandt maintains that topwater must be everyone's favourite way of Bass fishing. The excitement of the water exploding as the Bass hits your bait can not be matched. He's also certain that some big fish can be caught this way. He talks us through his rod, reel and line selection, how to get the best combination for the distance he is casting and the type of lure he is using. He's fishing on Lake LBJ, post spawn in lovely clear water and has some early success with a popper, then switches to a popping perch bait to skip it in under some of the boat docks and nabs a nice 4.5 pounder. Other baits he uses with great success are a sexy dog junior walking bait and a frog lure. The secret seems to have a number of options rigged and ready to go, so that you can quickly change tactics to match the conditions. To watch Topwater Bass Fishing now, just login or join
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Everybody wants to catch fish on top water! Its post-spawn on Lake LBJ and the fish are still shallow, see how Pro Angler and Host Clark Wendlandt uses various plugs and poppers to tempt the bass off the top.
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Tournament Bass Fishing is a billion dollar industry in the USA and it there are millions of bass fishermen in the country, but in the Pacific Northwest the bass is often overlooked in favour of sportfish like salmon. Cody sets out to find out what tricks of the trade tournament anglers use to maximise their chance of claiming a podium finish.  
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Henry is back in Belize, wading the shallow lagoons of what is the second largest barrier reef in the world. This time he's targeting Triggerfish, which will enter the lagoons from the ocean in search of food, such as small crustaceans, molluscs and urchins. Henry's casting a small hermit crab bait, prepared for him by his local guide. The idea is to cast with the wind and drop the bait right in front of the Trigger's nose. Once hooked they put up a great fight and are incredibly fast in the water. There are about 40 different species of Triggerfish, the most common being the 'Queen' with its incredibly vivid colour markings and the 'Ocean' which are dark grey in the water but become almost white under the stress of being hooked. It's these that Henry has in his sights, they are also known as Ocean Tallys. The Triggerfish gets its name from its ability to make its first dorsal fin rigid, as a means of avoiding being eaten, an angler can 'reset' this by pressing down on the third dorsal fin, as if it were a trigger. The Triggerfish is an excellent eating fish and chef Dr BBQ Ray Lampe shows how to prepare grilled Triggerfish tacos with a mango salsa. To watch Trigger Happy in Belize now, just login or join
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In the first of a new series, host Henry Waszczuk visits Mexico's Pacific Coast to spend a day out on the waters of the Bahia de Banderas with Hollywood actor/director/producer James Keach. They are targeting trophy Roosterfish, distinguished by its "rooster comb" of seven long spines out of its dorsal fin, these sought after fish can grow to over 1.6 meters and a weight of over 50kgs or 100lbs and are renowned for putting up a very hard fight. The Roosterfish is a voracious predator on smaller fish species and it's very easy to spot when they are attacking a shoal of baitfish such as Sardines near the surface, this is the area to cast and retrieve your surface plugs. James is first into a fish and after a gruelling battle that runs for almost 15 minutes lands a lovely specimen. The local captain has put them on such a large shoal that they both enjoy plenty more action. Henry also talks us through a selection of his favourite 'chuggas' or top water plugs and how best to use them and chef Ray Lampe shows how to cook marinated tuna steaks on the BBQ. To watch Trophy Roosterfish now, just login or join
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In the last few years the number of Yellowfin Tuna to be found in the waters off South East Africa has grown enormously, which is good news for Mark De La Hey, as he likes to catch them and then eat them. Here he shows 3 different techniques and styles of fishing that can be used.
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Mark Barrett on when to use the various deadbait choices on offer to pike anglers.  
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Smallmouth fishing is one of the USA's most popular forms of fishing. In this episode of Day One Outdoors Cody visits a secluded lodge on the Umpqua river in Oregon to learn how to catch these ever-popular fish in moving water. Conditions are unseasonal, so finding the right technique is key, but when they do... the bite is ON.  
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Wade Middleton takes a trip down memory lane as he fishes the lake that he grew up on at Ardmore Lake Club, Oklahoma. He is joined by childhood buddy Jeff Kriet, the two spent all their spare time here when they were kids, as well as few days skipping school. Its obviously been the venue for many Bass fishing battles and here they lock horns once again. Jeff has gone on to become a highly rated pro-angler competing in the 2019 Bassmaster Classic, so Wade knows he's in for a mighty tussle. At only 232 acres the Ardmore Club Lake is relatively small but holds a good head of Largemouth Bass, so as well as catching plenty of fish the guys have a load of tips for fishing smaller lakes, including a review of the Ranger RT178 boat they are using with its Yamaha F25 engine. The action is only interrupted by the banter and jokes, as the guys try to score points verbally as well with the Bass. To watch Wade and Jeff Go Small now, just login or join
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Mark discusses the importance of maximising fishing activity in weather windows as he heads out from Shelly Beach in changeable conditions.  Despite the high winds, the guys use the sonar to find fish and then by using a  burly trail, drift over them hooking into some nice yellowfin tuna before Mark catches a fantastic Green Jobfish. After returning to shore they head up to Durban making an early start as they head out again using livebait to tempt some bigger fish.
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The art of fishing weedless crayfish lures is relatively new to British waters but fishing guide, Andy Hine is here to give you his wealth of experience of how to fish with these squishy crustaceans. Andy gives insight into every detail of how to rig, cast and set the hook when using these kinds of baits as he targets perch, pike and chub on the Great Ouse river. In this video Andy proves that this devastating method can on its day be the difference between hero or zero and will have novice and experienced lure anglers casting weedless crayfish lures in thick structure for some chunky predators. To watch just login or register
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Cape Cod extends 65 miles into the Atlantic Ocean and covers more than 400 miles of shoreline, so its a "must fish" destination for Charlie Moore. He meets up with local expert Dave Burnie, who was intending to take Charlie a mile or two out to sea to fish for Sea Bass, however its too windy so the guys settle for a session in the bay targeting Striped Bass instead. It's not long before Charlie's lures are doing the business. Obviously the local seafood restaurants have to be sampled as well. To watch this video now, just login or register
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Charlie heads to Jacksonville, Florida to go fishing with retired basketball star, Christian Laettner. From Christian's beach hosue, the pair walk just few yards down to the beach and start fishing for some bait to use for their main target species, sharks. Charlie also visits a small urban pond located behind a Wallmart and gets into some nice largemouth bass.
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It's early January and Des is Pike fishing on one of his favourite lakes at Weston Park in Shropshire. Des arrives early to find the lake blanketed in mist, and as the sun breaks, he reflects on what a perfect winter Pike fishing day he's blessed to be out in. Des starts off by showing us how he puts together his ledgering rig and how he likes to hook up the Smelt and Pollan dead baits he prefers to use on lakes like this. After casting out the dead bait, Des shows us the importance of being ready to deal with a Pike once landed, with an unhooking mat, long pliers, cutters and water all essential items that should be ready and to hand. With no early action on the ledger, Des notices some Pike working near the surface, so decides to put a float rod out to target them and try and get a bite. The tactic pays off and Des is soon into a feisty Pike which he duly lands and demonstrates how easy it is to unhook. It's not long before the ledger rod starts beeping and Des is into a strong double figure Pike to end the session on Weston Park Lake. This is a great film, showing how to approach a day's winter piking for the best chance of success To watch just login or join
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Host Charlie Moore demonstrates how the skills required for fly fishing have eluded him when joins Harry Desmond, owner of the Berkshire Rivers Fly Fishing on the Housatonic River, in one of the most unspoilt areas of New England. He quickly switches to a lure on the end of his spinning rod and starts reeling in trout and smallmouths. He also enjoys sampling some of the local exotic beers and whiskies and the regions fantastic cuisine.
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Steve Townson targets an amazing array of tackle busting predators and catfish, at a location that's remote even by Amazon rainforest standards.  
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Host Clark Wendlandt has plenty of tips and advice on Which Bass Fishing Bait to use in any situation. First up is his Carolina rig, not the sexiest of baits but very useful when fishing big flat bottomed lakes or flat hard areas at the edges of a grass bed. Next is a Tube bait where he mounts the hook just showing through the surface of the rubber, this he uses in grass beds where the Bass will be a bit finicky. In pre-spawn he likes to fish lakes with a lot of boat docks, the big Bass will hole up under or around these and the best bait to tempt them out is a skipping jig, which is very versatile and can be cast into various awkward positions. For fast, power fishing he likes to use a square billed crank bait, its irregular movement through the water makes it irresistible to the Bass. There are loads more options in Clark's bait box that get a mention and he also shows how to use a pole lure retriever when your favourite bait has got hung and you must get it back. To watch Which Bass Fishing Bait? now, just login or join
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The Wild River Bass featured here are the Australian Bass, a native species found in coastal streams and rivers along the eastern seaboard of Australia, from Victoria up to Queensland. This film, the first in the series, is presented by Dave Seaman, who effortlessly manages to convey his love for these fish and the excitement that catching them can generate. He regularly fishes with buddies Scott Saxby, Paul Albery and Brian Everingham and their approach is to enter a river, upstream in remote countryside and then use kayaks or canoes to drift downstream with the current. This enables them access to stretches of river otherwise unreachable and allows them to cast into the overhanging vegetation, snags and branches along the banks. Dave talks us through the reasoning behind his choice of lures for various conditions, this includes an assortment of surface, shallow and deep diving lures, he favourite seems to be a ponyhead, with a soft rubber tail... and its very effective. A good Bass is anything measuring over 50cms and Dave catches plenty of these. This is a great introduction to what for many viewers will be a new species to admire. To watch Wild River Bass 1 now, just login or register
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Dave Seaman returns with more Australian Wild River Bass action. He and his team start off at Wild Rivers Bass Lodge on the Macleay River in northern New South Wales. They're back on the water in their kayaks, reaching those places other anglers can't reach. After a very early morning start the fish seem more lively than Dave whose demeanour isn't lifted when it starts pouring with rain, but these guys know what they're doing and are great at explaining their tactics and thinking. The magic hour is during the transition from dusk to darkness, this is when the 50+cm fish start coming out to play. Dave explains that some nights can be fairly quiet with just a fish or two, but here, having successfully tracked them down, the guys have a night to remember with big fish after big fish. The team drive further north to the gorge on the Clarence River. Here they don't need the kayaks as they are rock hopping around the pools beside the rapids. Conditions aren't ideal because the river is up and running hard and the water still murky with plenty of froth. The bass don't seem to mind though as they seem unable to resist a lure drawn across the surface just under the foam. To watch Australian Wild River Bass now, just login or register
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The Journey that Dave Seaman describes in Wild River Bass 3, is not just the one he and cameraman Brian Everingham make over 36 hours in their kayaks, down one of their favourite rivers in eastern Australia, but also the journey he has made from the young inexperienced teenager, casting his first lure, to the wily campaigner, who seems to hook large bass after large bass without seeming to try. It's obviously a journey he has thoroughly enjoyed and he finds it very easy to convey to us his love for the sport. This film, with excellent use of go-pro cameras makes us feel we are sharing every mile the pair make, hauling the kayaks overland around the rapids and the subsequent drift down stream in fast water is as exhilarating as a good fairground ride. But Dave stresses it's not just about the fishing, there is as much enjoyment to be had by just soaking up what nature has to offer. There is some fantastic footage of the wildlife to be encountered in the Australian countryside, particularly as dusk falls and the bats start swooping in over the river. To watch Wild River Bass on Lures now, just login or join
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When host Jim Hoey is asked what is his favourite fish to go for in Canada, his answer is the Wild White Sturgeon of the Fraser River in British Columbia. So here he is in fishing paradise. He's on a trip to Chilliwack with two buddies from Calgary, Jeff and Jordan and they are on board with local guide Steve Kaye aka The Sturgeon Hunter. Steve explains how the Fraser River once known for its Salmon fishing, is now a bucket destination for anglers the world over because of the Sturgeon to be found here. And Steve knows how to find them, using a considerable amount of local knowledge combined with the use of the latest gadgetry, he puts Jim and the guys onto some fantastic specimen. These are huge, hard fighting fish, that look prehistoric and for Jeff and Jordan, who are both new to Sturgeon fishing, provide the catch of a lifetime. To watch Wild White Sturgeon now, just login or register
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In Winter when the  Steelhead are still migrating and moving up river, it's difficult to know exactly where to find them. In conditions like this host Cody Herman recommends a couple of techniques 'Side Drifting' where 3 rods cast from the same side of the boat, cover as much water as possible. He's been fishing with his buddies father and son Jack and Brandon Glass for years and they have this down to a fine art. They then switch to 'Bobber Dogging', trotting a float and rig combination downstream on the current. Both techniques prove very effective and at each stage Cody talks us through his rod, reel, line and terminal tackle selection and shows how best to use them. To watch this video now, go to Fishing TV and register. Click here https://www.fishingtv.com/register/
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We're in Henry's homewaters of Charlotte Harbour in South West Florida as he shows us how to catch some Winter time Redfish with local guide, Capt Dan Latham. Between December and March the tides are lower and the water gin clear so things can be trickier but they set out early and find a school of Redfish in some very skinny water and Henry duly hooks up. In the Fish Eye segment, we look at some of the best holding spots for reds in winter, plus how to approach them and cast in the right areas. This is classic Redfish fishing with very skinny water and plenty of tailing Reds in the Turtle Grass and it isn't long before Henry gets into a lovely 9lb fish which gives him quite a tussle. Henry talks through his lures and how he adds jig heads to his scented soft plastics. Back to the action and Capt Dan spots some more tailing reds in just a few inches of water and Henry delivers the perfect cast again. In the recipe section, we are treated to Redfish Tacos. To watch just login or join
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Hosts Rae Borras and Ian 'Chilly' Chillcott enjoy a winter's day pike fishing on Wraysbury Lake near London, more famous as a Carp venue. We sample the highlights of one of Chilly's best ever sessions carp fishing. Nick Hart takes us fly fishing from a boat on a typical large stillwater and there are tips for the sea anglers and match enthusiasts. To watch this video now, just login or register
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Wyangala Dam Yellowbellies - Paul heads inland to the Wyangala Dam reservoir, where he is joined on his boat by Tackleworld's Josh Lambert and local guru Ken Smith. The reservoir is renowned for its Yellowbellies otherwise known as Golden Perch, they are a predatory fish so its a choice between a fresh bait or a lure. Ken laid a few pots overnight to catch some freshwater shrimp, which act as the former, but Josh has decided to go with a drop down, slow roll, soft plastic lure. Most fish love a bit of structure and Wyangala has plenty of sunken trees, the obvious place to start, the shrimp and the plastic prove equally successful. To add a bit of variety to the day, Ken suggests they leave the boat and walk along the shore, sight fishing for the Carp that grow to over 20lbs in here, they can easily be spotted by the clouds of mud they push up. Paul catches a lovely common on the worm and Josh a mirror on the lure. To watch Wyangala Dam Yellowbellies now, just login or register
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Watch Yucatan Pier Fishing with host Randy Bowser showing how much fun can be had from shore fishing off your local pier. In this case his home town of Progresso on the Gulf of Mexico offers the ideal opportunity. There's a variety of species to be caught but he's after a large Snook. He also meets up with a few local officials for a spot of boat fishing in the harbour and a chance to find out how the conservation work they are promoting is clearing up the area and improving the fishing opportunities. To watch Yucatan Pier Fishing now, just login or register
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