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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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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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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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Henry is joined in this episode by Canadian country music star Larry Berrio, they are in the nation's capital, Ottawa for a Fins & Skins match up, which starts with them fishing for Muskie. This takes place on Ottawa River, which at almost 800 miles long is renowned as one of the top 3 Muskie rivers in the world. There are 2 points awarded for any Muskie under 40" and 5 points for any over this, with a bonus 3 points for the longest fish. But the Muskie is known as 'the fish of 10,000 casts' so they aren't expecting to take many points forward into the deciding golf match. The world record Muskie is actually just over 60" and Henry has some great tips for the choice of lure when targeting these monster predators. Larry is not a bad golfer so their match over the Marshes Golf Club is a close call, being decided on the final green. To watch Canadian Muskie with Larry Berrio now, just login or join
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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
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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
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In Summer Haze, acclaimed film maker Robert Thompson takes a long, indulgent look at the joys of fly fishing in warm water for predatory species such as Musky, Northern Pike and Smallmouth Bass. The Upper Mid West of America is widely regarded to have some of the best freshwater fishing to be found anywhere in the world, but until recently the cold water species of Trout and Salmon have been thought of as the ultimate target for fly anglers. This is changing and in Summer Haze we join some local guides and enthusiasts who are blazing the warm water trail. They share their thoughts and reasoning and its easy to see why this type of fly fishing has taken a hold on their hearts. Summer Haze has been beautifully shot and crafted by Robert Thompson, it is split into two parts, both nearly 2 hours in length, so if this doesn't satisfy your desire for warm water fly action, we don't know what will. To watch Summer Haze now, just login or join
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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
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In this their 20th Anniversary year, host Jim Hoey and the Dimestore Fishermen team travel the length and breadth of Canada, visiting some of their favourite fishing communities and destinations. Jim obviously enjoys learning about the people he fishes with, as well as getting the low down on the lakes and rivers they hold dear to their hearts. And across Canada there is a wide variety of fishing to be had, from ice fishing for Walleye on Tobin Lake in winter, to dry fly fishing in the beautiful Kootenay Rockies for Cutthroat Trout. There are also some monsters to be found on the bigger waters, including Chinook Salmon off the coast of British Columbia and a giant Wild White Sturgeon in the Fraser River. Jim is a very proud Canadian and takes great delight in showcasing all the great fishing his great nation has to offer. To watch The Dimestore Fishermen now, just login or register
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In this episode host Jim Hoey visits the town of Nipawin hoping to catch a Saskatchewan Walleye. Nipawin sits on the Saskatchewan River between Codette Lake formed by the Francois-Finlay dam and Tobin Lake created by the construction of the E.B.Campbell dam. The whole area of water is one large reservoir with a channel running through it and with plenty of structure it creates some great fishing opportunities. Jim's out with local expert and marine owner Ray Lamy, who knows the water pretty well. If one spot is a bit quiet, he moves the boat to another of his favourite marks. They are bottom bouncing using a spinner with a leech bait and there are plenty of Walleye to be had. The lake record is over 18lbs. Jim also takes a trip to the local museum to discover a little bit of the history of this fascinating place. To watch Saskatchewan Walleye now, just login or register
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Charlie is in dreamland, as he's spending a day Fishing with Wade Boggs, Boston Red Sox Hall of Famer, with one of the best batting averages ever. Definitely one of Charlie's all time heroes. They're cruising up and down the Charles River through downtown Boston, flicking out a few lures in an attempt to catch some "Larrys". But somehow you get the feeling that the fishing isn't top of the agenda, Charlie's very excited and just wants to talk baseball the whole time and Wade, or The Chicken Man as he is known, is very obliging, with lots of great stories, including the one about how he got his nickname. Luckily the fish do make an appearance and as well as a few Largemouths, Charlie catches a nice Striped Bass. To watch Fishing with Wade Boggs now, just login or register

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