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Inside Sportfishing – Saltwater Collection Vol 1

     
This incredible collection from Inside Sport Fishing documents some of the most extreme and aspired angling on the planet. From Trevally on the barrier reef, to massive Tuna in the pacific, dangerous Shark fishing from kayaks and monstrous Mexican Marlin, every episode goes big. The show documents the history of the most beloved places and species in the world of sport fishing, as well as exploring the safeguarding of a potential future for angling to come.
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Inside Sport Fishing visit the tropical waters of Panama to chase big Tuna on lures. The renowned Isla Seca resort is considered a hub for the world’s best sport fisherman. Surrounded by 16 small islands, the warm water and fertile reefs are the perfect environment for hundreds of desirable species. The crew link up with local anglers and hook up some big live baits to start the day targeting Tuna. The bait fish exploding on the surface let them know to bounce their lures across the surface, and the bites are instantaneous and acrobatic. Later the boat moves closer to shore where reef species like Cubera Snapper and Trevally can be caught in abundance, and the crew talk through the heavy tackle that’s been doing the business.
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Inside Sport Fishing ventures to the remote Midway Atoll to experience the best Trevally fishing in the world. Situated in the middle of the Pacific Ocean halfway between the United States and Japan, Midway is undoubtedly of the most unique and remote places you could ever fish. Since civilians were allowed onto the naval base island in 1996, it’s become a dream location in the world of sport fishing for its clear, bountiful waters and world record sized fish. Considered the Giant Trevally capital of the world, an eager crew cast flies and lures into a shoal of aggressive fish approaching 100 pounds. The show also remembers the military history of Midway and its role in defending the US during the second world war, and explores the environmental conservation efforts in place to protect this unique ecosystem and national wildlife refuge.
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The Inside Sport Fishing crew venture to Bahia de Magdalena, Mexico on a scientific mission to catch and tag big Striped Marlin. Regarded as one of the planets most productive Striped Marlin fisheries, these massive predators can be found smashing surging balls of baitfish throughout the bay. Such abundance of a relatively threatened species makes Magdalena Bay the perfect sample for an important Billfish study. By placing satellite tags into the line caught fish, the scientists aboard the Kelsey Lee can observe the mortality rates of Marlin released from different style hooks. Upon reviewing the data, the crew discover a disturbing truth about a certain piece of tackle, something that would change the sport of marlin fishing in days to come.
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In this unique instalment, Inside Sport Fishing pays tribute to one of saltwater angling’s most beloved and revered fish, the Wahoo. Renowned for their aggressive hunting nature, razor sharp teeth and insane speed, there’s perhaps no more exciting quarry than these predators. Through vintage footage from the early days of sport fishing, we look at their history, developing from an accidental commercial catch to a serious sporting target. The hosts examine the unique angling techniques and tackle developed to cope with their nature, how to fillet Wahoo for the grill, and some recipes to bring out their underrated flavour.
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Inside Sport Fishing goes tackle testing off the Californian coast in search of shoreline sports species. The crew are fishing these famous waters at the invitation of the first ever Shimano on the water workshop, testing some of the latest and greatest tackle available for the sport. Positioning the boat close to the rocks and jigging down deep, the anglers find big species like White Sea bass, Yellowtail and Calicos in abundance.
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This episode of Inside Sport Fishing showcases the ultimate long-haul adventure, fishing for Tuna off the coast of San Diego. The crew Join Aaron Barnhill, captain of the legendary Shogun boat for an 8-day session. After exploring the luxury vessel, Aaron spots a sub-surface feeding frenzy on the sonar 30 miles offshore and the yellowfin burst into life. Throughout the trip almost every species of Tuna from Bluefin to Yellowfin to Albacore come to the boat in one of the most productive sessions the Shogun has ever seen.
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Inside Sport Fishing joins a long-distance fishing trip to Baha, Mexico for the some of the best topwater sport fishing in the world. The luxurious Polaris Supreme vessel sets sail from San Diego for a 10-day trip, which begins by searching for the underwater structures and bait shoals that the big predators patrol. The crew detail a unique flying fish dead bait rig for targeting predators on the surface, which throughout the trip hooks up to Wahoo, Yellowtail, Dorado and countless Tuna, finishing the session with a Wahoo of massive proportions.
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Inside Sport Fishing takes a trip to El Nino for the best fishing in years targeting Tuna, Dorado and Yellowtail. Higher temperatures have created one of the best fishing years that the west coast has ever seen. Sportfishing figure Joey Helgren discusses his history of the sport and how they take advantage of these thriving stocks. As the catches start coming thick and fast, the crew discuss baiting and chumming techniques, best moon phases for fishing and how to find the Tuna. As a bonus, the crew spot some kelp drifting through the tide and pull up for some explosive Dorado fishing.
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This episode of Inside Sport Fishing ventures to the cliffs of Guadeloupe Island in pursuit of big Tuna and Wahoo. While big Tuna are the ultimate prize on the west coast, it’s the Wahoo that gets the fisherman excited. Known as the fastest fish in the world, incredible vintage footage shows these predators divebombing baits from 30 feet in the air. Their speed and aggressiveness make them a desirable but difficult catch, so the boat circles the island looking for the bait shoals where they and the Tuna like to hunt. Through seagull attacks and violent fights, the team bring in a bumper haul.
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Inside Sport Fishing head off the coast of San Diego Fishing lures for trophy Yellowtail and Tuna. Presenter Michael Fowlkes and a team of seasoned anglers’ boat 3 miles offshore looking for biting Yellowtail around the rocky structures. It’s a game of cat and mouse trying to find these mobile and illusive groups of fish, but when they do it’s an insane frenzy of feeding fish breaking the surface. The anglers test out the latest rods and reels and explain why using monofilament line is vital to landing more fish.
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In a dangerous instalment of Inside Sport Fishing, the show follows a group of daredevil Kayak fisherman looking for Thresher Shark off the Malibu coastline. These unusual looking predators are known to patrol the west coast hunting beneath the waves. It takes a tough kind of man to endeavour to catch these beasts from a tiny plastic Kayak, made clear when one angler takes a massive hook to the face. ISF pro staff Jeff Kreiger gives rundown on how to be safe and effective in this unique style of fishing, and the action begins with some monsters…
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Inside Sport Fishing looks east to Cape Cod Massachusetts in search of Striped Bass on the surface. Any angler knows there’s nothing more exciting than top water fishing. and the cape cod canal is the perfect place. Opened in 1914, it’s known for having an extremely aggressive population of stripers more than willing to hit lures on the top. Patrick and Justin chase the bass up and down the canal on their bikes as they follow the bit fish upstream. Out in the estuary, the crew spot an unusual event when a group of fish move in on a shoal of squid.
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The crew are down under in this episode of Inside Sport Fishing hunting massive reef species on topwater lures. The ecological hub of Australia’s 350,000 square kilometre Great Barrier Reef is home to some of the most weird and wonderful sport fishing species on the planet. Teaming up with Nomad Sport Fishing for a week on the water, the anglers begin by searching the shallow areas for feeding fish. Disaster strikes when the young deckhand gets impaled by a monster hook, and a trophy fish is taken by a massive predator. In little more than a few feet of water the team hook into Grouper, Mackerel, Tuna and some serious trophy sized Trevally.

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