The Fishing TV Show is a 24 episode series featuring Rae Borras and Ian 'Chilly' Chillcott as hosts. Each episode the pair enjoy a day's fishing with a variety of expert anglers across all genres of the sport, whilst introducing a selection of highlights, short clips, hints and tips to be found amongst the films and series available only on Fishing TV. To watch, just login or register now
Cody's back with Day One Out Doors Season 2, the fishing show that takes things right down to basics. In this series Cody heads further afield - as far as Samoa, for some warm water fishing - and explores some of the different species that are to be found in his native Oregon, including landlocked salmon and the mighty sturgeon
Matt Hayes returns to the Coarse and Match Fishing Channel with a second series of the 24 Hour Rod Race. This series sees him take on six fresh challenges in locations as diverse as the Wye Valley and the UK Canal network... the challenges are, if anything, harder than Season One and really put Matt's all round fishing skills to the test.
Join Rae Borras as he explores the magnificent River Severn in the first of a new series, Great Rivers of Britain. Along his journey from source to sea, he finds out why the Severn is such a special river, with fishing opportunities for every type of angler. He looks at the history of the river, how the river has shaped human history far beyond its banks, and the relationship that people have had with it through the ages - whether as food source or transport route - and meets some fascinating characters on his journey..... and of course finds time to do plenty of fishing.
Join self-taught outdoorsman Cody Herman as he passes on some of the skills he has picked up over the years, with a particular focus on his home waters of Oregon and the rich rivers and coasts of the Pacific Northwest. If you've ever wanted to learn how to target salmon, steelhead and trout, or halibut on spinners and bait, or how to harvest shrimp and clams then this is for you.
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