Geobass is a series dedicated to the more adventurous side of fishing. Fly anglers Jay, Chris, Thad and Brian set out on a mission to find the most extreme Bass fishing around the globe. From Giant Largemouth in Mexico to powerful Black Bass in Papua New Guinea, illusive Golden Bass in Botswana and Rare Rainbow Bass in Nicaragua, these guys are pioneering in the world of fly fishing. Through capsized boats, Hippo attacks and cartel gunfire, this show never disappoints!
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
The Lone Star State offers some fantastic outdoor activities, here we concentrate on the fishing, with host Clark Wendlandt. He's one of the very best pro-bass fishermen and three times FLW angler of the year, so he knows a thing or two. He imparts his expertise and offers up some great tips whilst catching bundles of fish, all in his inimitable laid back style.
In this series we go back in time for a look at some Classic Lunkerville shows. Mike D is out and about, around the north east of the USA, hooking up with some of his most loyal fans and regulars on the Lunkerville forums. Mike loves his Bass fishing but is happy to admit that the guys he's out there casting a lure with know an awful lot more about it than he does, so he's very happy to pick their brains and listen to their advice. And in doing so, we also get to find out about... lure selection, rod handling techniques, where to look for fish on a sunny day, when to fish on the bottom... and so much more. And even when thinks aren't going too well Mike makes you realise there's more fun to be had in Lunkerville than most other places. To watch Classic Lunkerville now, just login or join
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.
The Association of Collegiate Anglers presents the Bass Pro Shops Collegiate Bass Fishing Series - the largest and most comprehensive series in college bass fishing, showcasing college bass fishing events from around the USA as well as behind the scenes action and insight in the world of college bass fishing. This television series will cover all the action from the Bass Pro Shops Collegiate Big Bass Bash, Texas Lunker Challenge presented by Mossy Oak, the AFTCO Collegiate Fishing Open, and the BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship where we will crown the National Champions!
The Wild River Bass series - Get a friend to drop you and your mates off with your kayaks on a remote, upstream stretch of river in the Australian wilderness and then spend a day or so drifting downstream on the current, casting your lures into what would otherwise be unreachable overhangs and snags and you too will catch some record breaking Australian Bass. But if you can't quite make it, let Dave Seaman show you how its done, he's the expert and he's been paddling his way down most of the rivers on the eastern seaboard of Australia for quite a few years now and has made these 3 films along the way. He and his buddies catch a lot of large fish and take time to show you the gear they are using and the best tactics to employ. There's plenty of explosive action, especially when the fish hit those surface lures. But it's not just about the fishing, it's also about enjoying the journey and everything nature has to offer. To watch the Wild River Bass series now, just login or join
Meet Charlie Moore aka the "Mad Fisherman" in his hit show No Offence. Charlie is a true New England Patriot and TV personality and he is just crazy about fishing. When not fishing he'll almost certainly be trying local tipples or sampling the local fayre. Join him as he meets up with some of his sporting heroes and takes them fishing all over the USA. The Mad Fisherman just loves catching bass... largemouth bass, smallmouth bass just about any kind of bass but he's never afraid to try something new either. You never can tell what Charlie will do, or say.... so let's get our lures in the water and go fishing with Charlie Moore in his actioned packed hit show.
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.
Bass The Movie
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.
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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