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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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Meet Mika Lahikainen, Finnish outdoorsman and host of Catch and Cook. With over 850,000 lakes in Finland, there's certainly no shortage of fishable water and huge populations of freshwater fish. Mika shows us how to catch popular predator fish like Pike, Zander and Perch and turn them into a hearty meal. Mika fishes on Big Saimaa Lake, on of the largest lakes in Finland, and uses spinning and trolling techniques to find the fish for his meals. Some fish he prepares bankside and some go back to the his kitchen, but regardless you'll find that with the right skills, a humble freshwater fish can be turned into a gastronomic feast. Catch and Cook is presented in Finnish with English subtitles.
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The Texas Team Trail is one of the most popular Bass circuits in the States, regularly attracting fields of over 200 teams. In 2019 it was unlucky to be on the receiving end of some awful weather, causing the rescheduling of the season opener at Sam Rayburn Reservoir and raising doubts over the staging of a couple more. Despite all this the pairs of anglers were as competitive as ever, desperate to come out on top no matter what the conditions. The qualifying events were at Lakes Travis and Texoma as well as two at the legendary Sam Rayburn, all leading up to the season finale Championship weekend at Belton Lake, renowned for its double figure Bass. To watch Texas Team Trial 2019 now, just login or join
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Day 2 of the Championship Tournament provides the most exciting action of the 2019 Texas Team Trail season. 116 teams are competing at Belton Lake in central Texas and after a first day that proved tough for most of the pairs, struggling to bag over 16lbs, one team, BJ Carothers and Thomas Wells have a commanding lead. The rest have to hope that these guys come up short today, whilst bagging a big limit themselves. There is great tournament coverage with cameras out on the boats of all of the top 3, so enjoy every twist and turn. As well as the Championship Trophy, the Team of the Year Award will also be decided, this rewards the most consistent pair over the course of the whole season and as we enter the last dat only 1 point separates the top two. To watch the 2019 Championship Day 2 at Belton Lake now, just login or join
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Follow the highlights of the 2019 National Walleye Tour featuring the four biggest events of the year. We start on Lake Winnebago, Oshkosh, Wisconsin where the largest field in NWT history, 166 teams of pro and co anglers have assembled to compete for the largest purse ever. Unseasonably cold weather means they have to try everything in their repertoire. The second stop is at Marinette on the Bay of Green Bay, part of Lake Michigan offering a huge area of water to fish, most anglers head north where there are some very large Walleye to be found. The third stop is at Sault Ste Marie in Michigan, it sits on the St Mary's River that runs the short distance between Lakes Superior and Huron, so the fishing opportunities here are almost endless. The tour comes to an exciting climax with the Tour Championship, this year held on Devil's Lake, North Dakota. 87 of the top placed anglers of the season take part in the first two days, with ten of them qualifying for the day 3 showdown where the Championship trophy and Angler of the Year will be decided. To watch highlights of the 2019 National Walleye Tour now, just login or join
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With Fishing and Hunting Texas - Series 2, Clark Wendlandt is back with some more great Bass fishing action from his home state. The three times FLW Angler of the Year is now a veteran of the pro circuit and one of its most accomplished members, so he's got plenty of experience to lean back on when he's offering up tips and advice. The subjects he covers in this series include deep water Bass fishing, fishing in grass, which bait for which situation and how to fish on a new water. He visits some of his favourite lakes in Texas, including Choke Canyon, Brandy Branch and Sam Rayburn reservoirs. He delivers his tips clearly, in a way that's easy to follow with a few insights into the mind of a pro angler. All the time finding it impossible to disguise his love and passion for the sport. To watch Fishing and Hunting Texas - Series 2 now, just login or join
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In the first of a new series host Clark Wendlandt spends a couple of days Bass Fishing on Brandy Branch reservoir. Its a typical east Texas grass lake, with plenty of submerged vegetation and timber. Because he hasn't fished here before Clark has to rely on his instinct and of course his sophisticated array of Garmin electronics. He starts by vertical jigging in about 20ft of water, right on the edge of an area of grass that he has seen on his PanOptix. It works, he lures a fish out of the cover with just about every cast. The following morning he adopts a different approach, casting surface lures with a slow retrieve. The secret here is to stay alert, constantly looking out for rising and breaking fish that you can cast to. Again he is spot on and bags a load of good looking Bass between 3 and 6 pounds. To watch Bass Fishing on Brandy Branch now, just login or join
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Host Wade Middleton is back, teaming up with a host of pro Bass anglers including his good buddies Jeff Reynolds and Clark Wendlandt. They've got loads of tips and advice on how to improve your Bass fishing. They cover everything from rod and reel selection, fishing in windy conditions, what soft rubber lures to use and how to set them up through to the best tactics for fishing boat docks and setting up your boat electronics. You can see that these guys know what they are talking about, as in every episode there is a big bag of Bass caught. To watch Fisherman's Handbook - Series 2 now, just login or join
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In this episode Des is joined by his good mate Keith on an adventure into the Celtic Deeps in the Irish Sea fishing for sharks. They're onboard The Antlantic Blue, skippered by Andy Truelove out of Dale, a beautiful village on the Pembrokeshire coast. It's a two and a half hour trip out to the Deeps where Andy thinks they will have a very good chance of catching a Blue Shark or two and possibly a Porbeagle. But the journey isn't dull, as there's quite often dolphins and whales to be seen. Andy recommends drift fishing, letting the boat follow the wind and the currents, hoping he can attract the sharks with the scent trail he is leaving with the chum in his 'Rubby Dubby' bag. They are using mackerel deadbaits, with the tails chopped off to stop them spinning and the bellies cut open to create as much scent as possible, dropped to a depth of around 50 feet. They've got four rods out at various distances from the boat and its one of Des's that's first to go. it's not one of the monsters they are hoping for but a nice 'bluey' none the less. The sighting of a Fin Whale creates some excitement but not as much as the bend in Keith's rod as he's into his first ever shark. The successful boating off a bluey in the region of 50lbs leaves him "chuffed to bits". Des adds another blue shark but is desperately hoping he can hook a Porbeagle Shark. His dream comes true towards the end of the day as he boats a lovely fish around the 40lb mark. Then Keith hooks the biggest Blue Shark of the day, just as they are about to head for home. To watch Celtic Sharks now, just login or join
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It's early January and Des is Pike fishing on one of his favourite lakes at Weston Park in Shropshire. Des arrives early to find the lake blanketed in mist, and as the sun breaks, he reflects on what a perfect winter Pike fishing day he's blessed to be out in. Des starts off by showing us how he puts together his ledgering rig and how he likes to hook up the Smelt and Pollan dead baits he prefers to use on lakes like this. After casting out the dead bait, Des shows us the importance of being ready to deal with a Pike once landed, with an unhooking mat, long pliers, cutters and water all essential items that should be ready and to hand. With no early action on the ledger, Des notices some Pike working near the surface, so decides to put a float rod out to target them and try and get a bite. The tactic pays off and Des is soon into a feisty Pike which he duly lands and demonstrates how easy it is to unhook. It's not long before the ledger rod starts beeping and Des is into a strong double figure Pike to end the session on Weston Park Lake. This is a great film, showing how to approach a day's winter piking for the best chance of success To watch just login or join
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Join filmmakers and adventure anglers, Josh and Jamie as they embark on an epic fishing trip to Cape York in northernmost Australia. The Cape is one of the remotest areas of Australia and home to a terrific array of sport fishing species including the most famous of all Australian fish, the hard fighting Barramundi. Using a 56ft cruiser as their mothership, the guys are well equipped with fishing and camera gear to capture the best fishing that Cape York has to offer. Arriving by plane, they first scout the area with a helicopter trying to identify the best locations. There are just so many places to fish here with lagoons, mangroves, inlets, rivers and reefs, and almost certainly the fish here won't ever have seen a lure so hopes are high as they start fishing. Day one sees the weather gods play up with a huge downpours of rain but this doesn't stop the team as they fish the mangroves and catch several nice Barramundi as well as Blue and Threadfin Salmon. With a break in the weather, the fishing hots up with more stunning, aerobatic Barra coming to the guys. After a while in this area, they realise that all the rain has coloured the water too much so decide to move location, South in search of clearer conditions. Finding another inlet, the guys find some stunning mangrove and are soon into more hard fighting Barramundi. As well as the terrific boat fishing, the team experience some great action from the shore using light tackle spinning and fly rods to catch Queenfish. With some incredible scenery, and amazing wildlife shots including some big saltwater crocodiles, this film gives a great insight into the spectacular fishing to be had on Cape York. To watch just login or join
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In 'Florida Bay Shark' Henry heads down the coast to Southern Florida. Islamorada in the Keys is one of the top sea fishing destinations in the world, with a huge choice of possibilities. The Atlantic Ocean stretches out to the east and the Gulf of Mexico to the west, add to that hundreds of islands, sand bars, spits and gullies and you have fishing heaven. Its early Spring so the species Henry is targeting is Shark. He's out with expert local guide Capt. Steve Impallomeni who knows exactly where to find them, he's tied some lacerated fish to the back of the boat to create a chum scent trail and Henry is casting chunks of the same deadbait fairly close to the boat. First to bite is a small pup which is not too difficult to handle but the next hook up puts a huge bend in Henry's rod and he know's he's in for one hell of a fight. The show also contains plenty of facts and figures about the various species of Shark found in Florida waters and Henry's got some great tackle tips and advice. Dr BBQ Ray Lampe shows the expert way to set up and light your BBQ and then how to grill delicious Swordfish steaks. To watch Florida Bay Shark now, just login or join
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Fishing The Magic Hour takes us to the land of the Murray Cod and the Western Great Dividing Range in New South Wales, Australia. Adventure anglers and film makers, Josh Smith and Jamie Condon just love fishing for these apex predators which can reach sizes of 80lb and can live for up to 70 years. As the sun drops in the evening and the shadows start coming over the pools in the gorges, surface lures are the way to go and can elicit some explosive attacks from Murray Cod. The boys get off to a great start landing several decent size fish on the first evening using these tactics. Making an early start the following morning, Jamie finds a nice backwater below a small waterfall and tempts another nice fish as he imitates a stunned bait fish. Looking for structure and ambush points the guys continue to catch more Murray Cod throughout the day using soft plastics. These fish are hard fighting and dont give in, as Jamie finds out later that day hooking and landing the biggest fish so far at around 14Kg. As the sun disappears again, its back on the surface lures with more immediate success. This is a great film for anyone interested in finding out more about Muuray Cod and what it takes to catch these fantastic predators. To watch just login or join
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Welcome to Series 1 of Fins and Skins, where host Henry Waszczuk takes on various entertainment and sporting celebrities in a combined fishing and golf match. The first part of the show is the fishing bit where contestants try and build a handy points lead as their scores will be converted to strokes for the golf part of the match. As well as an excellent angler, Henry is no slouch at golf either and as well as some excellent fishing, you'll see some pretty good golf shots too. The fishing covers both saltwater and freshwater challenges and with locations selected for having great fishing and great golf. Each episode provides some useful fishing tips from Henry and we take an in depth look at each guest's successful careers. This is a unique format for a fishing show and is enjoyable to watch. To watch just login or join

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