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Our New Releases playlist serves up the latest fishing films, videos and TV series as they are released on Fishing TV, the world's largest collection of professionally produced videos aimed exclusively at the angler. Our channels cover Fly Fishing, Saltwater, Carp fishing, Predators, Coarse and Match and Conservation. You'll find all kinds of videos including adventure, hints and tips, documentaries and instructional based programming.  New Releases provides an easy way to keep up to date with all of the latest content. By logging in, you can also add videos that you like to your Watchlist and watch them later at your convenience.

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This visually and emotionally stunning film follows the famous Rocky Mountain Fly Highway, a winding road of over five hundred miles set against stunning Rocky Mountain landscapes. Narrated by Actor Tom Skerritt, this film looks at the incredible people and locations that give this trail its reputation among anglers around the world. From Montana, to Idaho, to Oregon, to Yellowstone it’s no wonder these rivers and lakes represent the undisputed mecca of American Trout fly fishing. This film is not just a showcase of world class fly fishing and visual entertainment, it is a touching reminder for all of us as to the fundamentals of why we love this sport.
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Paul Gustafson has been fishing for British Pike for over 25 years, and he’s amassed an incredible amount of knowledge. In this feature length film, he goes deeper than ever into his techniques, tackle, experiences, and the history of this great species. These techniques aren’t just about catching Pike, they’re specifically designed to target the true monsters of the deep, the 20 pound plus fish that Paul has spent his life hunting. The show follows Paul as he fishes gravel pits with dead baits and river weir pools jerking dead Trout, before sitting down to talk through the intricacies of his tackle and theories. Paul finally visits legendary author and Pike expert Fred Buller to tell tales of historical specimens reaching in excess of 90 pounds!
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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.
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This ten-part adventure follows the heated contest between friends turned nemeses Lasse Pauhe and Kimmo Puosi on the rivers of Lapland. Hailing from in Finland, these anglers put their years of experience fishing these rivers together to the test in pursuit of Salmon, Trout, Chub, Pike and all manner of local species. The show gives insight to the unique lure and fly styles of sport fishing used by Finish anglers on rivers like the Kokemaenjoki and the Torne. Through victory and defeat, this rivalry continues to demonstrate the beauty and prowess of a part of the world that’s criminally undervalued in the fishing community.
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Wild on the Fly is the TV series of the popular print magazine of the same name that showcases some of the best places to go fly fishing in the world. Narrated and produced by Jospeh Daniel, the magazine's editor, it is a 'where to' rather than a 'how to' how with an emphasis on the people, culture and nature of each destination. There's some spectacular fly fishing on show here from huge Taimen in Mongolia to Golden Dorado in Bolivia and an epic trip through Slovenia, Bosnia and Croatia. Fans of 'A River Runs Through It' will also enjoy the episode where they fish on the same rivers in Montana. A feast for the eyes, this show will have you adding destinations to your fly fishing bucket list frequently.
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Hosts, Ladin and Steve return for another adventure filled series of Fishing with Ladin and seeking out some of the best water in the North West. Kicking off in Bozeman, Montana they enjoy some fantastic dry fly sport before we see them back in their beloved British Columbia seeking out the fantastic Cutthroat Trout to be found in many of the streams and rivers there. They also return to Hegben Lake, one of the best stillwaters in Montana and enjoy some excellent sport for the hard fighting Rainbow Trout there. There's a real variety of techniques and styles here as we see the guys fish through the Spring, Summer and Fall and plenty for anglers to learn from this pair.
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In this instalment of Urban Fishing, expert predator angler, Ant Glascoe Jnr shows us some of the great lure fishing to be found in his hometown of Manchester. He starts on a small lake in the middle of a housing estate that he used to fish as a kid and knows to hold some good Pike. As its mid summer and with a fair bit of weed growth, Ant's explains that his preferred tactics are to use are weedless frogs and rats here, skipping them in and out of the lily pads and making plenty of commotion. The Pike soon wake up and he gets some aggressive follows and takes. Disaster strikes that evening as the film crew's car is broken into and Ant loses a huge box of lures so its off to a local tackle shop in the am where the owner kindly lends Ant some more. He heads to Salford Quays and finds some action in the myriad of canals and waterways with some lively Perch on ultra light tackle. This is a great insight into the marvelous fishing available in the city if you're prepared to look.
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Hosts Mark Melynk and Colin McKeown are back exploring some of the best places to fly fish in North America and are ably assisted by Jenna Mckeown, Bill Spicer and Tom Rosenbauer. This time around they find big Brook Trout in Labrador and Northern Ontario, enjoy some amazing Tarpon fishing in Belize and have some epic fly fishing for Northern Pike and Walleye. In a special episode they visit the famous Three Rivers Ranch in Idaho which has become a unique destination for men with terminal illness and mentally wounded veterans, and earned the lodge owners Orvis Lifetime Achievement Awards.
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Host Henry Waszczuk is back with another fantastic season of Fishing The Flats. Henry fishes in some stunning saltwater locations from Costa Rica to the Bahamas and Florida and encounters a huge variety of inshore species including Snook, Tripletail, Redfish, Tarpon, Black Drum, Bonefish and a variety of Sharks. He also gets up to New York to try for possibly, the East Coast's most popular sporting fish, the Striped Bass. Henry is back again fighting Goliath Grouper too, a fish that will certainly give you a hard workout. As well as the exciting action, there's plenty of tips and tactics to help put you on more fish too.
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Fanatical angler and guide, Randy Bowser returns for a fourth series of Yucatan Anglers TV from the tropical waters of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. With such an array of amazing inshore sport fishing species such as Tarpon, Speckled Sea Trout, Snook and Jack Crevalle, Randy is rarely off the mark and the action comes thick and fast. In this series, Randy also ventures out of his comfort zone, heading offshore for species like Snapper and Spanish Mackerel and finding some good fishing.
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In this premiere film, brothers Nick and Jonathan Boulton document their yearly adventure fly fishing trip, this time returning to their homeland of South Africa to fish for Grunter and Leerfish on the Breede River. Being their first meeting for many months, there’s plenty of brotherly competition to catch up on, and the Breede is the perfect place. Where the river meets the Indian Ocean at the Western Cape of South Africa, warm, brackish water creates a diversity of life, the perfect hunting ground not just for fish, but for sharks, whales and dolphins. Spotted Grunter are a smart fish, difficult to catch at the best of times. Despite careful wading and imitative shrimp patters, the Grunter prove illusive, so Nick and Jonathan try for another local prize, the Leerfish. As the sport picks up, Nick feels a heavier pull on the end of his line and finally gets a chance at the prize they travelled all this way for.
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Fishing Western Australia returns with another action packed series and some of the best fishing in the world. With such a wide variety of sport fishing species to target in this part of Australia, the guys have plenty of options to go after. Inland there are also trips for the spectacular Barramundi, the iconic Australian sport fish plus the guys take a tip to Bali in Indonesia to experience the terrific saltwater fishing there. As well as the eye watering action, there's plenty tips and advice to help you improve your own fishing techniques.
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As part 11 of Simon McCabe’s visually masterful series, ‘Roots’ captures the joy every angler knows of returning to where all began, that being in Simon’s case, small water UK Carp fishing. The venue is a famous one. The Carp Syndicate in Crowborough, East Sussex is known nationwide for the size and quality of its Carp. The water is warming and the fish are beginning to move, so Simon details his through process behind rod placement and methods. Friend and proficient carper Alan Blair comes to lend a hand, employing a more subtle approach and quickly showing up Simon. Roots doesn’t just showcase good sport, it celebrates the brotherhood, beauty and serenity at the heart of Carp Fishing.
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Simon McCabe’s hibernation is over, as he comes back from a year of lockdown for a day at Ongar’s Stanford Hall Fisheries in search of winter Carp, in an episode entitled ‘Fisherman Returns’. It may be winter, it may be wet, it may be difficult, but it doesn’t matter, we're finally free. Nothing can deter a fisherman denied his passion for so long, especially on a venue like this. Stanford Hall is known for monster Carp with exquisite scale patterns. For all of us who haven’t made it back out for a session yet, this episode is a calling.
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Pure Fly NZ is back with a spectacular 3rd season bringing you the hottest fly fishing action from New Zealand in 8 feature length episodes. As well as the usual fare of monster Brown Trout and Rainbows from the backcountry of the North and South Island, the team also enjoy some spectacular saltwater fly fishing for Kingfish and Trevally. They also visit the now world famous, Jurassic Lake in Argentina where the Rainbow Trout grow to gargantuan sizes and are readily caught fly fishing. The cinematography is of course brilliant in this series with the stunning New Zealand landscape but there's also plenty of invaluable fly fishing advice from some of the best fly anglers in New Zealand. Enjoy!
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In this the final season of Hooked on Fishing, Paul enjoys plenty of trips around the British Isles with few overseas trips to Florida and Argentina. He spends a few episodes in the magnificent Lake District fly fishing for wild Brown Trout and Pike. There's also a trip to Dever Springs in Hampshire home to some truly monstrous Trout. He again spends some time in Ireland sampling some magnificent coarse fishing plus some trips to the coast for Tope and Bass. Another great series with plenty of variety for all anglers to enjoy.
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The Big Fish
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The Big Fish takes us to the Million Dollar Month international fishing tournament in the Cayman Islands where 100 boats with 300 anglers competed for huge cash prizes. The event was founded in 1984 and ran til 1997 and this is a fascinating snapshot of one of the premier money tournaments for big game fishing. On the morning of the first of 30 days fishing, the boats congregate offshore at Georgetown, waiting for the start before heading off to their chosen spots. On the first day, plenty of Wahoo, Dorado and a couple of White Marlin are also caught. On day 2, we join the Hooker's team who make an early start, and get Eugene into a strong fight with a 200lb Marlin which was safely released. At the weigh in that day plenty of other species have been caught, including a 73lb Tuna for a local angler. The competition continues in earnest but will anyone claim the $1m prize? Please note - this film was filmed in the 1980's when attitudes to the catch and release of Marlin were a little different to today.
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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.
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Paul brings us another fantastic season of Hooked on Fishing with action from all over the world and covering many aspects of fishing. In Florida, he kicks off the series fishing for shallow water sharks before venturing to Northern Argentina to try for the spectacular Golden Dorado. Back home in Scotland he brushes up on his coarse fishing skills before heading to Northern Ireland for some Bream fishing. There's some epic fly fishing too including fishing for Atlantic Salmon in Russia with dry flies as well as successful trips to Norway and Chile for Trout and Salmon.
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Hooked with Paul Young features 10 great episodes that really pack a punch if you like fly fishing in particular, with some memorable moments. This series includes Paul chalkstream fly fishing with actor and presenter Bernard Cribbins on the River Test as well as the infamous moment in Alaska where Paul to his surprise and embarrassment had his rod pulled from his hands by a big Chinook Salmon. There's also trips to Iceland's famous River Ranga for Salmon and to the Moy in Ireland, accompanying some great episodes from Scotland too.
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Tom Rosenbauer hosts the second series of the Orvis Guide to Fly Fishing bringing us more invaluable tips and tactics to use when fly fishing. There's plenty of in depth tutorials here beautifully presented with graphics, expert fishing guides and instructors making guest appearances, with Tom demonstrating how to apply these skills in real life fishing situations. The series mostly covers fly fishing for trout in rivers and stillwaters but there are also episodes on Bass, Striped Bass, Bonefish and Steelhead. This is a perfect follow up to the first series with more detailed information for intermediate and advanced anglers.
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Join Nick Hocking and the Perth Fishing TV team as they show us some of the amazing fishing opportunities to be found in Perth, Western Australia. Aside from the terrific reef and deep water fishing for species like Snapper and Dhufish, there's some great fishing within the Perth city limits and the Swan River. Plus we visit Waroona Dam just south of Perth where there's a fantastic Trout and Redfin fishery. Aside from the fanastic action and scenery, there's plenty of useful tips and advice to help your saltwater fishing.
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Simon McCabe introduces this fascinating series as he makes his return to Carp fishing after a few years absence. Having worked in the industry, at some point fishing lost its allure for Simon and was replaced by his love of nature and wildlife photography. Realising that he could do both, he sets out on a series of carp fishing sessions, rekindling the fire that was always still there. Beautifully shot and with some stunning locations coupled Simon's unique commentary, this is a must watch series for Carp anglers.
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This fascinating film tells the story of the Esopus Creek, one of the main tributaries of the Hudson River, and often hailed as the birthplace of dry fly fishing in the US. The creek drains out of Winisook Lake on the slopes of Slide Mountain, the highest peak in the Catskills and runs for around 65 miles. The river takes its name from the Esopus people of the Lenape tribe who lived in the area when it was first settled by the Dutch in the 17th Century. With fast flowing, well oxygenated water in its upper and middle reaches, the Esopus is a haven for Brown, Brook and Rainbow Trout, and offers fantastic fly fishing opportunities for much of its course. With the emphasis switching from creel fishing to catch and release over the past 25 years or so, the fishing is now better than ever and the Esopus attracts fly anglers from all over the country. The river provides some brilliant dry fly fishing and we hear the fascinating tale of Theodore Gordon (1854-1915), a Forest and Stream magazine correspondent, who fly fished the river during his retirement. He took the patterns that Frederick Halford had developed on the chalk streams of England and modified, changed and developed new patterns to match the flies that hatched on the Esopus. The film introduces us to many anglers that fish the river and explores the relationship they have with it and why they love the Esopus so much. There's some fascinating sub stories here too including, the history and state of fish stocking, initiatives from Trout Unlimited and other local interest groups and the way the entire watershed is managed to provide drinking water which has obvious benefits for the fish. This is an interesting story about man's relationship with rivers and how the right balance between environmental protection and industry can be achieved and should be of interest to all fly anglers, and a must watch for New York state fly fishing devotees.
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Host Oybek Zukurhov introduces this new series about the fishing opportunities in the central Asian country of Uzbekistan. With some huge reservoirs and lakes as well as a myriad of rivers, fishing possibilities are numerous. There are a wide array of species to target many of which you would find in most European countries including Common Carp, Grass Carp, Roach, Bream, Pike, Zander, Trout as well species originating from China such as as Bighead Carp, Silver Carp and Snakehead. Oybek also introduces us to elements of the Uzbekistan culture and we see some wonderful flora and fauna along the way. You may never have considered Uzbekistan as a fishing destination before but maybe you just might now. With English Subtitles
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Join Keith Arthur and Rae Borras as they take us on a journey through some of their favourite Coarse fish to catch in the British Isles. Each hour long episode takes the pair to some fantastic waters where they focus on a particular species with Pike, Perch, Roach, Chub, Bream and Tench being their choices in this 6 episode series. Fishing a mixture of lakes, canals and rivers, the pair draw on over 130 years of fishing experience between them to tempt the bigger specimens and they explain just why these fish have a special place in their hearts. The series also features some fantastic underwater footage of each species from well known wildlife cameraman, Jack Perks.

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