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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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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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Hosts, Ladin Langeman and Steve Ronholt return for another action packed series of Fishing with Ladin. Showing off their fly fishing skills, they fish numerous locations in Idaho, Montana, Washington and British Columbia. Equally at home fishing rivers or lakes, they make some stunning captures, catching some real trophy sized trout wherever they go.  Their obvious passion for fly fishing and for the fish they pursue is infectious and there's plenty to admire and learn from whilst watching them in out these wild locations. To watch just login or join
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Des arrives at the Palm Tree Lagoon resort on his first trip to Thailand for a weeks fishing, hoping that he is going to be pulled all around the lake by some of the monster fish lurking in its depths, top of his wish list is an Arapaima, these fantastic prehistoric looking fish can grow to over 500lbs. The fishery was bought by Englishman Tim Webb in 2008, he's continually trying to improve the number and variety of fish on offer, it currently holds 100 different freshwater species, 14 of them to over 100lbs. Des's guide Benchawan baits up his three rods, one with very smelly fish guts, the second with a chicken neck. Both fished in mid water on 80lb braid with an 80lb heavy nylon leader. The third uses pop up boilies from a method feeder in which she puts a sticky mixture of brown rice and bread crumb. His first bite is a Big Headed Carp quickly followed by a Catfish Shark, both weighing in at around 40lbs, but mere tiddlers here. Highlights that follow are a lovely Siamese Carp, a Redtail Catfish and a gigantic Mekong catfish but quite honestly the variety of species that Des catches is amazing, most of them new to him, but his trip of a lifetime is completed when he lands an Arapaima at over 300lbs. "The most beautiful fish I've ever seen in my life." To watch Palm Tree Lagoon Thailand 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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This season of Icelandic Tails sees guests from the UK fishing on some of Iceland's top rivers for Atlantic Salmon and Arctic Char.  Actor and fishing presenter, Robson Green kicks off the series in style before joining up with friend and fellow actor, James Murray. Robson has a trip to remember catching his personal best Atlantic Salmon and Sea Trout on fly, and James also breaks his Icelandic duck. Father and son, fly fishing pros, Alex and Charles Jardine travel to a remote area of Iceland and subdue some huge Arctic Char in the rugged and isolated landscape that is the Black Desert. Marina Gibson fishes with with her mother, Joanna, and makes the most of tough, low water conditions to catch some nice Atlantic Salmon including one monster that she'll never forget. We meet 2 fascinating women, in Tiggy Pettifer who works tirelessly for the Atlantic Salmon Trust and 94 year old Illa Black who has been fishing on Big Laxa for the past 33 seasons. Once again, we witness what a fantastic country for fishing truly is and with drone and underwater photography, this series is true spectacle for the avid fly angler. To watch 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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They said they'd never do it again, but Carp angling maestro's Mark Pitchers and Harry Charrington are back with an epic sequel to the smash hit, 'In the the Pursuit of Carpiness'. With the entire Carp fishing globe at their disposal, the first port of call for this road trip is Norway, which may seem a very unexpected destination but they find themselves on a stunning 30 acre lake in Westland, full of hope and raring to go. Things start off slow and although Harry just saves them a blank with a small fish, they decide to change venues to somewhere a little more forgiving. They head down the road to a stunning lake that they later dub 'the Redmire of Norway' as its home to some of the biggest fish in the country and as dawn breaks the next day, Mark lands his first Norweigan Carp, and its a cracker. As they settle down for dinner that evening, Harry also gets into the action as line starts ripping from his reel and lands another stunnning 20lb plus Mirror Carp. As the weather brightens they decide to take a break from this lake and get an invite to try a Carp pond in a local Zoo of all things, but Harry isn't best pleased as they arrive as he realises that Mark has 'customised' his rod with an electric saw. With Norway, done and dusted, the boys head to another less travelled Carp destination, Kazakhstan. After a quick shopping trip with local guide, Max they head to their first lake and set up in the near 40 degree heat. But before long, a storm hits and things are not off to a great start but as the storm eases and with the rods out, the boys are treated to some amazing Kazakhstan hospitality with drinks flowing and a feast fit for carping kings. With a blank staring them in the face, as well a hangover, Mark decides to walk the banks and sees some fish in another area of the lake and Harry takes quick advantage, landing a nice Grass Carp. Next up is Germany, and after the boys land some urban Carp outside their hotel,  they hit the road and meet up with their local guide who has a series of great venues lined up. Germany certainly doesn't disappoint and they both land some huge Carp but the trip ends in disappointment as Mark loses a goliath fish in the last hour. Back home, he just can't forget about the loss so the trip continues with a return trip to Germany including quick stop off in Belgium to meet one of Mark's carp fishing heroes. If you liked the first film then you're going to love In the Pursuit of Carpiness 2. This epic adventure brings big fish in stunning locations with plenty of laughs..what more could you possibly want from a Carp movie? To watch just login or join
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Although Des is generally thought of as a river angler, he admits that he loves Carp fishing and here at the Sitch Lake in Shropshire he is able to indulge himself during a two day session in the famous Holiday swim. It's April and although the sun is shining in clear blue skies it's unseasonably cold and the water temperature has dropped, so Des is taking a cagey approach, not over feeding. He's casting a slow sinking pineapple wafter hookbait that he hope's will sit just above his free offerings, halved Scopex Squid 20mm boilies soaked in Tigernut juice with Betaine and Hemp Oil that he's strung on a short PVA thread and attached to the hook. He's hoping that the wafter will sit just above these and be the first thing sucked into an unsuspecting hungry carp's mouth. The lake is a consistent 4 feet deep with a silty bottom and Des has seen carp breaking the surface about 70 yards out, so he's casting his two rods into this area. There are plenty of Carp in the lake ranging from 20lbs to one just over 50lbs but in these conditions Des will be happy with a bite or two. He doesn't have to wait too long before he gets a drop back on the alarm and the game is on. Des has been carp fishing for many years and has plenty of tips on reading the conditions, casting techniques and bait presentation making this a great film to watch. To watch Carp at The Sitch now, just login or join
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A walking talking treasure trove of angling advice and knowlege, Des Taylor is back with an exciting new series of feature length fishing shows. Starting off on his beloved River Severn for some speciment Chub and Barbel, Des takes on a different species in new locations each episode, culminating in an epic trip to Thailand to angling legend, John Wilson's famous big fish resort. As usual, Des is full of boyhood passion when it comes to his trips and explains in great detail about the preparation that he puts into an outing as well as showing the viewer exactly what he's doing as he fishes. Des is an all round fisherman and although best known for coarse fishing, is equally at home fishing in saltwater or even with a fly rod in hand. This is a great series for all rund anglers and there's also plenty to get their teeth into for specialists too. Episodes are released weekly. To watch just login or join
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Host Henry Waszczuk is back with more great saltwater in Fishing the Flats 2. Henry is a very lucky man, as well as being able to fish his home waters on the Gulf coast of Florida, he gets to travel to some of the top game fishing destinations around the world. In Belize he wades the shallow lagoons of the coral reef at Turneffe Atoll casting to Bonefish, Permit and Triggerfish, all hard fighting fish who are incredibly quick in the water. Costa Rica is long established as a go to destination for big game fish and here Henry enjoys a day out on open water catching Sailfish and Mahi Mahi. In the Mexican Pacific he targets trophy Roosterfish, with their amazing looking spiney dorsal fins. Then in Costa Rica has the the catch of the series when he wins a 30 minute tussle with a massive Tarpon weighing in at 145lbs. The variety of fishing he can enjoy back in Florida is also on show and combine that with plenty of tips and advice on tackle selection as well as some tasty fish recipes courtesy of Dr BBQ chef Ray Lampey and you've got another great series. To watch Fishing the Flats - Series 2 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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Matt Hayes is in Ontario Canada, in this 2 hr long feature length film about Carp fishing in which he tries to demystify the sport and show how you can put your first big carp on the bank using tactics and tips that can be applied anywhere. Drawing on the advice of local carp maestro, Len Perdic,  Matt sets about fishing a variety of top carp locations including rivers, lakes, canals and locks. With thousands of options where Common and some Mirror carp reside,  Ontario must surely be on the bucket list for any carp angler and the fish here are wild and grow to big sizes. After discussing how to locate carp on arrival at a location, Matt talks us through the basic tackle you'll need before showing us some common rig set ups. Matt talks us through all of the various elements in modern day carp rigs and how and when to employ different rigs. Matt meets several local Carp anglers who give a fascinating insight as to why the carp fishing here can be considered amongt the best in the world. This is an excellent film for those new to carp fishing which will give them a solid grounding when starting but there's also plenty to enjoy for more experienced anglers too, especially if a trip to Canada is in your radar. Matt has taught and encouraged thousands of anglers over the years through his TV shows and this film is an excellent resource for carpers rammed full of useful tips and tactics to help you catch more fish. To watch just login or join

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