Eric Ciocher is one of the most prolific all-round anglers in Florida. In this series, he samples some of the most exciting lure fishing opportunities in the state with an expert team of captains with lifetimes of local experience. From freshwater species like Largemouth Bass, Peacock Bass and exotic Clown Knife fish, to hard fighting saltwater predators like Snook, Redfish and Black Drum, Eric somehow never fails to bring massive specimens to the boat. This show continuously proves why the state of Florida is still considered the epicentre of sport fishing.
Capt George Clark Jnr brings us another series of Reelin in the Keys where he meets up with some of the top charter boat skippers in the Florida Keys who are guaranteed to bring the action. We also check in to the 2018 Hemmingway Tournament, one of the premier Marlin fishing tournaments in the world. There's plenty to enjoy here from fishing for deep water species like Tuna, Dorado and Marlin to some exciting action for shallow water Tarpon. George also enjoys an epic trip seeking out some of the big Permit that can be found in the Keys, one of the finest sport fish you can catch.
Kayaking the Keys
Paul is in Florida with Captain Bill Keogh who has pioneered kayak fishing in the Florida keys over the last twenty years, and is the author of books such as The Florida Keys Paddling Guide. Though Paul has never previously kayaked, he promptly picks up the knack and lands himself a Lemon Shark, up close and personal. After that, it’s all aboard the "Gulf Lady" for a half day's bottom fishing on the reef just off Islamorada, known as the North Hole, to complete this latest Florida adventure.
Most anglers around the world will know what an incredible fishing paradise the Florida Keys are and this fantastic film tells the story of conservation and sustainability there over the past 100 years. This unique ecosystem exists where the Gulf of Mexico, Florida Bay and the Atlantic Ocean meets and is home to a vast array of fish and wildlife species. We'll learn how the freshwater from the Everglades, one of the world's largest wetlands, directly impacts the reef systems of the Keys, which is home to over 6000 species of fish. We meet some of the dedicated conservationists who continue to inspire residents and visitors to join the movement of voluntourism and learn about some of the programs that have been developed to protect the Keys. From coral replanting to the creation of artificial reefs by scuttling ships, there are numerous active schemes that are helping to keep the environment healthy. We learn about the history of sportfishing in the Keys and Capt Will Benson explains how angling methods and attitudes have changed in recent years, especially with a much higher emphasis on catch and release. There's also some great fishing sequences as we head out with local guide, Richard Stanzcyk who manages to get a double Sailfish hook up! This is a wonderful film which shows off the Florida Keys in all its glory and highlights what an important environment it is to protect.
More Saltwater action from the Florida Keys, as the Fish Guyz, Captain George Clark Jr. and Captain Lain Goodwin are back for series 2, doing what they do best and that's heading out in a boat for a day's fishing. They're based in Key Largo on Florida's Atlantic coast and they always have the choice of heading out into open water for some deep sea fishing for species such as Sailfish, Mahi Mahi and Tuna, or travelling along the sheltered flats that run up to Biscayne Bay and include the mangrove line shallows of the Everglade National Park. Here they can find plenty of Snook, Snappers, Jacks and Yellowfish as well as Tarpon and Permit. There plenty more banter between the two of them and George seems even more obsessed with filling the cool box with edibles to take back for his favourite fish tacos. To watch Fish Guyz - Series 2 now, just login or register
Paul's in the Florida Keys and today fishing in the back country where multiple species can be found including Tarpon, Redfish, Snook, Sea Trout and today's target the Bonefish. Richard Stanwick joins Paul along with Capt George Woods and he explains how they'll be catching them today using bait in slightly coloured water to find the fish. They 'stake' the boat up and before long Paul picks up the rod as line starts peeling off the reel with a running fish. Its a nice Bonefish of around 5lb and a great start to the day. They move to another spot and almost immediately another big Bonefish tears off into the distance and Paul enjoys a strong fight. You never know what you'll catch in such rich waters and next up Paul catches a small Stingray before they focus back in on the bones. In the afternoon, they move into shallow water, poling the skiff and looking for tailing bones that they'll then present a bait in front of. They find a good fish and spend several minutes stalking it as it tails around the bait, before Paul makes a perfect cast and hooks into strong fish. Paul caps this brilliant trip by hooking and boating a nice Bull Shark.
Tarpon, the world's greatest game fish are the subject of this series of films brought to us from director, Jamie Howard. We follow 5-time Gold Cup champions Andy Mill and guide Tim Hoover as they explore various inshore fisheries to find these incredible fish. Andy, an ex-Olympic skier is considered amongst the best Tarpon fisherman around, and has as great time with Tim sharing secrets and laughs for days on end. Keys guide and Great Outdoor Games winner Tom Rowland, Veteran angler and one-time unofficial world record holder Fitz Coker, Keys guide Rich Tudor and a lot of big Tarpon also appear.
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.
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.
Meet Capt Lain Goodwin and Capt George Clark Jr. aka, the Fish Guyz. These experienced professional guides have teamed up to show the world some amazing fishing action from arguably, the sport fishing capital of the world, the Florida Keys. Not only are these guys great anglers, but they're also great friends and as well the fishing, you can expect a lot of banter and laughs along the way. In fact they're more like an old married couple with Lain being the tidy, organised, professional and punctual angler and George being well... lets just say a little more carefree and often more worried about where his next meal is coming from. In fact, while many anglers judge the quality of fish caught by the universally accepted measurements of length or weight, George prefers to calculate how many fish tacos he can get out of one! But there's plenty of excellent fishing to behold here from both the flats in the Everglades for species like Snook, Speckled Sea Trout and Jack Crevalle to inshore areas where they fish for Lemon Sharks, to offshore areas for hard fighting sport fish like Amberjack. The Fish Guyz is an excellent saltwater fishing show with plenty of technique and tips and from 2 of the best guides you could find in the magical Florida Keys. To watch just login or register
Fishing the Flats follows ex pro football player and mad keen angler, Henry Waszczuk as he takes on some of the best inshore fisheries in North and South America. In this series, you’ll see him in Florida, North Carolina, Costa Rica and the Bahamas seeking out some of the hardest fighting fish around including species like Redfish, Tarpon, Sharks, Bonefish, Tuna, Dorado and Cubera Snapper. Henry brings tons of passion and a wealth of saltwater fishing expertise to the party and you’ll see some stunning fish captures throughout the series. There are plenty of tips on tackle, rigs, and baits and lures so this is a show you can really learn from. Each show also features a section called Fish Eye, anglers will learn crucial advice on fish habits, reading the water and tide tactics to maximise success. There’s also a culinary section where Chef Brad cooks up some fantastic recipes that will transform your catch into restaurant quality fare. Fishing the Flats is a fantastic action packed series and full of useful tips and tactics to improve your own saltwater outings. To watch just login or join
Meet Florida's newest fishing super star. In these two exclusive videos Darcie (aka Darcizzle Offshore) shares her story and takes us out on a shark fishing adventure.
from Jeremy Wade
River Monsters presenter Jeremy Wade on why bull sharks in Florida are travelling miles up-river.
The Florida Keys offers some of the best sportfishing on the planet. This series explores the vast array of saltwater fishing on offer with some of the best charter boats around.
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In this first exclusive film for Fishing TV, Darcizzle and her team head out to a known shark fishing mark off the coast of Palm Beach, Florida. The mission is to hook up to some bull sharks, famed for their hard fighting and agression. They also take the time to harvest a bit of shark bait along the way. Darcizzle talks through the various baits, chums and tackle that they use to attract sharks to the boat and entice a bite, and explains how the Gulf Steam makes the coast of Palm Beach county one of the most prolific pelagic fisheries in the world. To watch just login or register
Hour 22 of World Fishing Day sees the action continue from North America. Gemma Scott is your host and she's joined in the studio with Bojan Lazic and Palle from Fishbrain. On our live locations we catch up with Ashely Rae in Ontario, Canada where she's continuing her hot streak with more fish coming to the boat. We also head to the Florida Keys where Luana Pigatto has reached her first fishing spot. The bait is in the water - are the tarpon there? In Alaska Dallas Baldwin and Dave Lisi are still on the hunt for an elusive King Salmon on the Kasilof.
With just 2 hours the action keeps on coming and Damon Valentine joins Gemma Scott in the studio to add his fishing expertise. In downtown Denver, Corinne Doctor from Rep Your Water, is enjoying some urban fishing on a restored section of the South Platte river which has been brought back to be a productive fishery by Trout Unlimited. She also meets up with Crystal Woolen who represents Project Healing Waters, a charity that uses fly fishing to help veterans. In Alaska, Dallas and her team continue to fish for the elusive King Salmon on the Kasilof River and guide Dave Lisi, explains how he spey fishes on the river. In the beautiful Florida Keys, Luana arrives at her chosen spot and catches fish almost instantly.
Its the final hour of World Fishing Day and Rae Borras makes it back to the studio after fishing earlier in the day in Iceland. Corinne Doctor is still on the South Platte in downtown Denver hoping to catch a rainbow trout in a restored section of the river. In the Florida Keys, Luana is catching fish but the tarpon are being elusive. Can she catch one of these monsters before the show ends? In Alaska, Dallas and her crew are still looking for a King Salmon, but in the meantime has a chat with a State Park Ranger about the salmon fishery. Finally we have a look back at all of this amazing day's highlights. See you in 2019!
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