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An 8 part series in which each episode follows a different pair of anglers as they explore one of the incredible fly fishing opportunities that New Zealand has to offer, from the trout fishing Meccas of the backcountry to the newly discovered saltwater fisheries.
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The cold winter months of the salmon and trout close season can leave many anglers chomping at the bit, including Rae. So he's heading to the Norfolk Broads to try his hand at some winter fishing that's growing in popularity: pike on the fly. But being a novice, he's enlisted the help of local girl and pike fishing specialist Jo Stephenson to show him the ropes.
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All-round angler and fishing legend Matt Hayes, and livewire German angler Babs Kijewski are on the fishing road-trip of a lifetime in the wild places of Canada. They're in Ontario, home to 10% of the planet's fresh water, and going after some truly iconic species - musky, pike, carp, walleye, brook trout, and salmon.
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Fifteen gruelling matches. More than 360 hours of fishing. Kilo upon kilo of bait, pound upon pound of carp. Records have been smashed, hopes and dreams cruelly crushed. And now it comes down to this: A vast French lake full of huge carp, and 48 hours to claim the Carp Wars 2 trophy.
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All good things must come to an end but there's always room for a little more bankside humour from the finalists Ian Russell and Lee Morris.
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Ian reveals another of his secret weapons and tells us when and where to he uses his PVA clip rig.
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With 14 matches down and one to play, there's one spot in the final up for grabs. Iain Macmillan needs three points to book his ferry ticket, but Lee 'Mozza' Morris needs just two points. Dave Levy, currently in second place in the table, will hope they both blank!
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Iain and Lee put the previous twenty-four hours behind them - all the insults, mind-games and dirty tricks - and let bygones be bygones. Or do they? It can be a bit hard to tell whether either of them is sincere in what they say...
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The pressure of a must-win match-up and a chance of a place in the final seems to have sent Iain 'Ting Tong' Macmillan and Lee 'Mozza' Morris loopy even before the starting hooter has gone. Contains foul language, rain dances and even more inexplicable behaviour from two of the UK's finest carpers.
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The penultimate match of the group stage and for Steven Coe its all about fishing for pride, meanwhile if Dave Levy can bag all three points he puts himself in second place and in with a great chance of a ticket to the final in France, joining Ian Russell Carp Angler.
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Does anyone else think that the pressure of the competition might be taking its toll on our anglers at this late stage in the competition? That's the only explanation that we can think of for some of this behaviour...
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Ever the efficient angler, Dave Levy shares a top tip for making your bait go that little bit further and making sure that your hookbait is always the most attractive proposition on your baited area.
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These brothers from Sussex, Carl and Alex have been fishing since 2005 and making angling films since 2010. They are part of a new generation of web-based fishing filmmakers and have quickly developed a strong fanbase. Although drawn to carp fishing, they are true allrounders and enjoy using a wide range of techniques to target different species. The brothers both have a passion for filmmaking, the outdoors and wildlife in general, and their enthusiasm shines through in their films. FishingTV is pleased to be able to make a selection of their favourite videos available to members for free.
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If there is such a thing as a Carp Wars grudge match, this surely is it. Ian Russell was disappointed with his performance last season and is on a mission to right the wrongs. However, Ian was the only one to beat Dave Lane. This time... it's personal.
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Two of the UK's finest carp anglers... apparently. Why does Ian always insist on taking his trousers down? Very odd, if you ask us!
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Both anglers identified this match as the one they most wanted to win for the whole series, but which of them comes away feeling good about the result - the two giants reflect on one of the more unusual matches.
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Dave Lane shares his simple 360 rig that he employed in his Carp Wars match against his nemesis Ian Russell in Season 2 of Carp Wars.
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Ian Russell talks us through the rigs and baiting tactics he uses in his match against Dave Lane, on a water known to hold several catfish: how will he avoid getting bites from those slippery customers?
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Spoiler alert +++ Spoiler alert +++ Spoiler alert Don't watch this episode of Carp Wars Extra until you've watched Episode 12 of the main series between Steven Coe and Lee 'Mozza' Morris.
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Steven Coe, this year's wildcard entry, has only managed to score 2 points in the competition so far, and in Carp Wars there are no easy matches. His opponent this time around is fresh of the back of a breathtaking victory over Ian Russell is Lee 'Mozza' Morris. Who will win?
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Every angler has his or her preferred bait mix, and when it comes to Steven Coe's preferred recipe - The Preparator - the mixture is not just slapped together, but... well... carefully prepared. Steven explains what goes in, and why in this week's Carp Wars Extra.
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Episode 11 sees Dave 'The General' Levy and Ian Russell locked in a top-of-the-table battle. Can Ian bounce back after his defeat to Mozza in their epic battle? Dave's been quietly accumulating points steadily throughout the competition. Whoever wins this will open up a lead at the top of the leaderboard.
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Top carp angler and Carp Wars veteran Ian Russell shows you how he likes to set up his corn rig when fishing on relatively weed-free waters - watch the video and give it a try next time you're on the bank.
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Who would have thought that the most serious carp anglers in the land were capable of such larks. Check out the outtakes from Carp Wars 2 Episode 11 - Ian Russell vs Dave Levy.
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After yet another gruelling Carp Wars head-to-head has come to an end, Dave 'The General' Levy and Ian Russell let bygones be bygones (perhaps!) and discuss what might have gone differently on another day.
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The heat is really on now as Carp Wars 2 nears the end of the group stage. Only two anglers can make it through to the final, but who will they be? Two who can still make it are Dave 'Age Unknown' Lane and Iain 'The Tuition Magician' Macmillan.
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You'd think that watching the superstars of the Carp Wars 2 making fools of themselves would get old, but somehow every blooper reel that comes along is just as funny as the first. Perhaps the strain of the competition is getting to them. Or us.
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Want to fish like the Carp Wars pro anglers? Look know further Iain 'Ting Tong' Macmillan, of The Tuition fame, shares the secrets of setting up a perfect surface rig, another Carp Wars Extra Top-tip!
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After another tense 24 hour battle in the rapidly hotting up Carp Wars, Dave (and Padwah) and Iain can relax at last, and reflect on the struggle just finished. Have they developed a fued, or is it all good natured, honourable stuff?
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We enter the second half of Carp Wars 2 its do-or-die time. For Lee 'Mozza' Morris, languishing at the bottom of the table with a single point, nothing less than a win will do. But what follows in this match against Ian Russell will test his skills and his nerves.
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This installment of Carp Wars Extra sees the two anglers, Ian Russell and Lee 'Mozza' Morris pick over the previous nailbiting 24 hours. Will Lee ever recover from the ordeal? What did Ian think of the whole thing? Who will get the last word on the subject?
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Lee 'Mozza' Morris really, really wants these fish to stop fighting. But this is Carp Wars - fighting's what it's all about! Might need to rethink your game-plan Lee!
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In this Carp Wars Extra Ian Russell shows us the two rigs he's using in his match against Lee Morris, one for the gravelly margins, and one for the softer lake bed when fishing further out.
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Don't say we never give you anything - Mozza shows you how to set up the corn rig that's been bringing him so much success in episode 9 of Carp Wars 2. If it gives Ian Russell something to think about, it must be good!
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FishingTV Exclusive. The Test. The Itchen. Broadlands. Mottisfont. Halford. Skues. Sawyer. The names associated with the chalkstreams of England are among the most noteworthy in the world of fly fishing. CHALK is a fly fishing film about the past present and future of the chalkstreams of England. We meet the people who continue to fish and care for these storied rivers, while learning about the techniques that Halford, Skues and Sawyer invented. In addition to visiting the famous rivers and beats, we also travel to some lesser-known rivers. CHALK is a thoughtful examination of why the chalkstreams of England are probably the most important rivers in the history and development of fly fishing. From the geology that created the rivers and their abundant plant and animal life - including the legendary mayfly hatch - to the characters past, present and future who make these rivers unique, this is the definitive chalkstream fly fishing film. The film celebrates the rivers while also drawing attention to the threats and challenges facing these fragile environments. CHALK features some of the most recognisable names and faces in the UK fly fishing world, including Marina Gibson, Alex Jardine, Steve Cullen, Glen Pointon and Charles Rangeley Wilson, as well as anglers from all over the world, CHALK has changed the game for how fly fishing films should be made. The expert voices and thoughtful voiceover complement the stunning cinematography, combining to tell the story of these precious waterways that have shaped a sport. CHALK was created by FishingTV, independent filmmakers aka Chalkstream Fly, and fly fishing writer Simon Cooper. Members of the international fly fishing community helped to fund the production, setting CHALK apart from other films about the sport. A must-watch for all fly fishers the world over.
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