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Our New Releases playlist serves up the latest fishing films, videos and TV series as they are released on Fishing TV, the world's largest collection of professionally produced videos aimed exclusively at the angler. Our channels cover Fly Fishing, Saltwater, Carp fishing, Predators, Coarse and Match and Conservation. You'll find all kinds of videos including adventure, hints and tips, documentaries and instructional based programming.  New Releases provides an easy way to keep up to date with all of the latest content. By logging in, you can also add videos that you like to your Watchlist and watch them later at your convenience.

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Join Nick Hocking and the Perth Fishing TV team as they show us some of the amazing fishing opportunities to be found in Perth, Western Australia. Aside from the terrific reef and deep water fishing for species like Snapper and Dhufish, there's some great fishing within the Perth city limits and the Swan River. Plus we visit Waroona Dam just south of Perth where there's a fantastic Trout and Redfin fishery. Aside from the fanastic action and scenery, there's plenty of useful tips and advice to help your saltwater fishing.
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Simon McCabe introduces this fascinating series as he makes his return to Carp fishing after a few years absence. Having worked in the industry, at some point fishing lost its allure for Simon and was replaced by his love of nature and wildlife photography. Realising that he could do both, he sets out on a series of carp fishing sessions, rekindling the fire that was always still there. Beautifully shot and with some stunning locations coupled Simon's unique commentary, this is a must watch series for Carp anglers.
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This fascinating film tells the story of the Esopus Creek, one of the main tributaries of the Hudson River, and often hailed as the birthplace of dry fly fishing in the US. The creek drains out of Winisook Lake on the slopes of Slide Mountain, the highest peak in the Catskills and runs for around 65 miles. The river takes its name from the Esopus people of the Lenape tribe who lived in the area when it was first settled by the Dutch in the 17th Century. With fast flowing, well oxygenated water in its upper and middle reaches, the Esopus is a haven for Brown, Brook and Rainbow Trout, and offers fantastic fly fishing opportunities for much of its course. With the emphasis switching from creel fishing to catch and release over the past 25 years or so, the fishing is now better than ever and the Esopus attracts fly anglers from all over the country. The river provides some brilliant dry fly fishing and we hear the fascinating tale of Theodore Gordon (1854-1915), a Forest and Stream magazine correspondent, who fly fished the river during his retirement. He took the patterns that Frederick Halford had developed on the chalk streams of England and modified, changed and developed new patterns to match the flies that hatched on the Esopus. The film introduces us to many anglers that fish the river and explores the relationship they have with it and why they love the Esopus so much. There's some fascinating sub stories here too including, the history and state of fish stocking, initiatives from Trout Unlimited and other local interest groups and the way the entire watershed is managed to provide drinking water which has obvious benefits for the fish. This is an interesting story about man's relationship with rivers and how the right balance between environmental protection and industry can be achieved and should be of interest to all fly anglers, and a must watch for New York state fly fishing devotees.
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Love them or hate them, Bream are a widespread freshwater fish, found all over the UK in lake, canal and river systems and a firm favourite with match anglers. Living in large shoals, once you find them, you can make hay, so with that in mind Keith and Rae hit the Old Lake at Bury Hill Fisheries. Keith suggests they fish between their bank and an island where's he's sure some shoals will be moving around, and he decides to fish the waggler whilst Rae gets on a feeder set up. After some methodical preparation, the pair start fishing and it isn't long before Keith gets the first fish with a decent Skimmer. Rae gets off and running soon after with a lively 2.5lb fish whilst Keith gives us some useful advice about locating Bream. The odd change of tactics, keeps the fish coming throughout the day and its been a very successful session. In the second part of the show, the guys visit a stretch of the Thames at Beale Park near Reading which recently held the Riverfest match where some huge bags were caught. Under Keith's expert advice they catch a couple of fish but can't find any big shoals so decide to move upstream. With a couple more fish landed, the rain starts to come down and Rae gets a very pleasant surprise when he lands a very chunky Perch.
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Host Henry Waszczuk introduces another action packed season of Fishing The Flats. Each episode contains 3 main adventures from different saltwater fishing locations, plus the regular Fish Eye section which provides some fascinating details about specific fish species. There's also a regular cooking section, which showcases some mouth watering dishes you could try. Henry's in some of his favourite locations like Ascension Bay in Mexico, Charlotte Harbour, The Bahamas and Mosquito Lagoon and catches a huge variety of inshore species including Snook, Redfish, Tarpon, Black Drum, Bonefish and Sharks. As well as the exciting action, there's plenty of tips and tactics to help you catch more fish too.
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In reflective mood, Host Randy Bowser introduces this mini season of Yucatan Anglers TV which was hampered in 2020 with two major tropical storms and of course the global pandemic. With restrictions on travel, Randy was forced to fish closer to home in the Yucatan but the quality of fishing was still pretty good, with inshore species like Tarpon, Snook, Sea Trout and Barracuda readily found within a short boat ride of his hometown of Progreso, Mexico.
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Its late Spring and Keith and Rae meet up on Smallford Lake, a small gravel pit owned by Verulam Angling Club in St Albans. Tench are on the agenda in this episode and its therefore an early start as these fish are often best targeted in the early mornings and evenings. The lake is well known for having some big Tench in it and despite a little too much sun for Keith's liking, conditions look perfect. Whilst Rae tries the margin, Keith uses a 20ft rod to reach a shelf in open water and he's the first to strike landing a beautiful female specimen. Rae moves to another swim to try his luck but it isn't long before he's called back to help land Keith's second Tench, and its another stunner. In the 2nd part of the show, the pair visit Milton Lake on the Bury Hill Fishery which predominantly holds some beautiful Crucian Carp and Tench, and the pair are hoping for a more prolific session. They set up in adjoining swims and discuss tactics before Rae starts with some luncheon meat as bait on the advice of the fishery owner. Keith is using a pole today and is starts by using expander pellets and it isn't long before he lands a handsome Crucian Carp. Keith continues to land numerous Crucian and a small Tench, but Rae is struggling so decides to fish a little finer and he then too starts to have success. Mr Tench begins to show up now too and the guys enjoy a memorable session at Bury Hill Fishery.
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Mike D brings us a special Lunkerville 4 part series that he produced in 2020 whilst under lockdown. Unable to travel to film last year, Mike wants to promote the social and mental benefits of fishing through this series and show just how easy it is to pick up a rod and go outside to fish. As Mikes say's himself "I'm on a mission to get folks out of the house, off their devices and on to fishing! It's always been the idea behind Lunkerville but now it's more important than ever. I want to do everything I can to actually make it happen." This 4 part series draws on some of the best bits of Lunkerville from its long broadcast history and is a great watch.
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Join Keith Arthur and Rae Borras as they take us on a journey through some of their favourite Coarse fish to catch in the British Isles. Each hour long episode takes the pair to some fantastic waters where they focus on a particular species with Pike, Perch, Roach, Chub, Bream and Tench being their choices in this 6 episode series. Fishing a mixture of lakes, canals and rivers, the pair draw on over 130 years of fishing experience between them to tempt the bigger specimens and they explain just why these fish have a special place in their hearts. The series also features some fantastic underwater footage of each species from well known wildlife cameraman, Jack Perks.
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Host Oybek Zukurhov introduces this new series about the fishing opportunities in the central Asian country of Uzbekistan. With some huge reservoirs and lakes as well as a myriad of rivers, fishing possibilities are numerous. There are a wide array of species to target many of which you would find in most European countries including Common Carp, Grass Carp, Roach, Bream, Pike, Zander, Trout as well species originating from China such as as Bighead Carp, Silver Carp and Snakehead. Oybek also introduces us to elements of the Uzbekistan culture and we see some wonderful flora and fauna along the way. You may never have considered Uzbekistan as a fishing destination before but maybe you just might now. With English Subtitles
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Ladin and buddy Steve, return for a 3rd series of Fishing with Ladin, and are once again seeking out some of the best fly fishing opportunities in the North West US. They return to British Columbia and seek out some more Cutthroat Trout in the regions crystal clear waters, as well as fishing in the rivers and lakes of their native Washington State. Montana is also a favored destination, often meeting up there with Larry Hardie who seems to know how to find fish at will. You can expect plenty of action and some laughs along the way from these passionate fly anglers.
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Capt George Clark Jnr hosts this season of Reelin in the Keys and meets up some of the top charter boat Captains in the Florida Keys. With such a huge variety of water available from deep sea, to inshore, the flats and the backcountry channels of the Everglades, there is always a hot bite to be had here no matter the conditions. The Keys is well known as the sportfishing capital of the world and we see a wide range of hard fighting species including Redfish, Snook, Jacks, Sea Trout, Permit, Lemon Shark and Marlin. George is an expert angler and shows just what it takes to be successful here landing some fantastic fish throughout the series.
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Expert Bass angler, Wade Middleton brings us another series of Fisherman's Handbook, a FREE to view series packed full of top tips to help you improve your catch rates when Bass fishing. Wade showcases some of the latest equipment on the market such as his new Ranger boat and the Garmin Livescope which gives unparalleled access to underwater visuals. Top Bass pros join the series and offer their advice on a range of topics. If you want to become a better Bass angler then Fisherman's handbook is a great place to start.
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The Orbigo river runs through the province of Leon and is well known as one of the great fly fishing rivers of Spain, famed for its stunning Brown Trout and fantastic dry fly sport in the summer months. In this beautifully shot film, local angler Oscar Caroide introduces the river, showing us how he fishes it over a 2 day session. He's fishing in the Summer which means almost exclusively with dry flies as the weed growth makes nymphing difficult at this time of year. CDC upwinged patterns are the order of the day and Oscar shows us some wonderful stretches of the river and what it takes to be successful in catching the larger specimens. The film is in Spanish with English subtitles
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Join Finnish angler, Ville Toivonen as he presents this fantastic predator fishing series from his homeland of Finland. You'll learn how to locate species like Perch, Zander and Pike in large lake systems and how weather and water conditions at various times of year affect their feeding habits. Ville talks you through his tactics and lure selections throughout the show and is constantly thinking of changes he can make to ensure success. Ville also fishes on several rivers in his area of South West Finland, again looking for predatory fish like Pike, Perch and occasionally Trout. The show is presented in Finnish language with English subtitles
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Unchartered Waters is a true saltwater adventure film set in the Indian Ocean off the coast of Mozambique with 6 anglers realising their dreams after 3 years of planning. Conditions are cramped with 10 people in all on just a 42ft Catamaran and they've brought a ton of fishing gear too, with trolling rods for Sailfish, Marlin and Tuna as well as a range of heavyweight fly rods from 8 weights all the way up to 16 weight. After 3 days, they finally approach Bassas and the trolling rods start beding over with some nice Yellowfin Tuna coming to the boat. With sharks now circling the boat and Sailfish, Wahoo, Barracuda as well as abundant Tunabeing caught, the first day's fishing has been a lot of fun. With a lot of fly anglers on the boat, they approach the captain to devise a plan to target the huge schools of Tuna around, which entails pulling them up to the surface with poppers and then casting flies at the fish. The action is relentless but sharks are playing havoc by attacking their hooked fish near the boat so often the only way is to step up their tackle and bully fish in quickly which is easier said than done. The following day, they reach the Bassas area and leave the main boat to fish on the flats around an atoll targetting Parrotfish and Kingfish. They soon find huge quantities of Parrotfish but these fish are not easy to catchand it requires a lot of skill to firstly stalk and then sight fish them in much the same way as you'd fish in a chalkstream! As they move location again, there's moreaction behind the boat with a variety of species landed including some wonderful Giant Trevally. Back on another flat, this time they find Bonefish and other reef species. This is an excellent film that gives a real insight into the terrific fishing available in the Indian Ocean
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A Year in The Life follows 6 anglers as they visit some of the world's premier fly fishing destinations. We begin with renowned UK river angler and journalist, Paul Proctor as he introduces us to his favourite Icelandic River, the Minnivallalaekur. The Brown Trout here can grow to prodigous sizes with fish to 20lb caught every season, often on small dry flies, and this fact makes it the world's best trout river in many fly anglers eyes. This spring fed river boasts an incredible midge population and this is what these huge trout predominantly feed on. After landing a couple of stunning fish, Paul moves to the Laxa River, which depsite being more famous for Atlantic Salmon, can offer some incredible dry fly fishing for Brown Trout too. Next up, we join fly fishing instructor and guide, Mark Windsor on the stunning Christmas Island for some high quality saltwater fly fishing. As Mark explains, Christmas Island is a large island and has a huge amount of fishable coastline which pretty much guarantees that anglers are fishing virgin water. Trophy sized Bonefish, Giant Trevally, Trigger Fish, this island has it all inshore, as well as a huge variety of offshore species like Tuna, Wahoo and Sailfish. Mark lands a nice GT before showing us how to catch Trigger fish which is one of his favourite species on the fly. We then visit New Zealand's South Island where Paul Proctor gives us a great overview of the range of fly fishing there, before latching into a nice 7lb Brown on a small backcountry creek. Paul explains his approach to fly fishing here and what it takes to be successful and we see him put this into practice several times. Music mogul, Duff Batty is in Ascension Bay in Mexico and explains what makes this place so special for fly anglers. Local guide, Manuel Chac catches a stunning Bonefish in the Mangroves before discussing his true love, the Permit which also reside in the area. In fact Acension Bay, makes a claim to be the Permit capital of the world and offers agood opportunity to catch these illusive fish. Back in England, we meet Charles Jardine discusses his love affair with Chalk Streams. Fly Fishing Instructor, Gilly Bate explains how the water clarity makes fishing these streams such a unique experience and what draws anglers from allover the world to fish rivers like the Test and the Itchen. Charles is on the River Frome in Dorset, a beautiful and wild chalk stream, famed for its sizable Grayling and Charles doesn't let us down, catching a stunning 2lb plus fish. A Year in the Life is a visual treat which shows off some of the world's top fly fishing destinations, through the eyes of renowned anglers and is highly recommended.

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