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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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Old friends Keith Arthur and Rae Borras embark on a campaign fishing for Chub in this instalment of Our Favourite Fish. Undoubtedly one of the most beloved species in the UK, Chub were a trophy capture for both men in their boyhood days. They begin on the Grand Union Canal outside Hemel Hempstead were Rae got his start, float fishing and ledgering maggots around the overhanging trees and riverboats, discussing the best baits, hot spots, the Chub’s life cycle, and sharing stories of trophy captures. We flash forward to a beautiful summers’ day on the pristine pools of the River Stour at Throop Fishery in Dorset. The clear water and blooming weed reveal massive specimens feeding cautiously in the shallow patches of gravel. Rae fishes the bottom in the shade of a tree while Keith explores how to present pellets with a trotting float, bringing great success as he finishes the day on a monster. Eager to do the same, Rae enlists the help of the fishery owner and his knowledge of modern tactics evolving in the world of coarse fishing, and he finally gets his chance at a big Stour Chub.
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In the land of the midnight sun, the Inside Sport Fishing Team head to the Canadian Yukon to fish for monstrous Pike and lake Trout. Located in the untouched landscapes bordering Alaska, Kluane Wilderness Lodge is heaven for anglers, with 24 hours of daylight, unlimited fishing and some of the largest specimens in the world. The crew join owner Brian Dack on the lake trolling and fly fishing for enormous Lake trout up to 50 pounds, before heading the smaller waters for some good fun on surface lures for aggressive jack Pike.
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In this special episode of Inside Sport Fishing, the show explores the incredible Vermejo Park Ranch and its fly fishing for native Cutthroat Trout. 12000 feet in the mountains of northern New Mexico, Vermejo looks at first glance as the United States would have before humans existed. Its 900 square miles of rolling meadows, lakes and mountains are part of the largest piece of private land in America, immaculately preserved as an oasis to wild animals and fish. Lead by head guide Keith Johnstone, the group fish terrestrial dry flies for good sized Cutthroat in crystal clear lakes and tiny natural streams only a couple of feet across, surrounded by wild horses, bison and the remnants of ancient mining ghost towns.
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This incredible collection from Inside Sport Fishing documents some of the most extreme and aspired angling on the planet. From Trevally on the barrier reef, to massive Tuna in the pacific, dangerous Shark fishing from kayaks and monstrous Mexican Marlin, every episode goes big. The show documents the history of the most beloved places and species in the world of sport fishing, as well as exploring the safeguarding of a potential future for angling to come.
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Return of the River follows the unprecedented efforts of a community to pull off the largest dam removal and river restoration project ever. The Elwha River once flowed hundreds of miles uninterrupted through the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State. After being dammed 100 years ago to facilitate the industry of the settlers, the native Salmon runs disappeared, cutting off the bloodline to a delicate ecosystem and Indian tribal population. Told as if by the river itself, the story explores the history of a conflicted community coming together to restore its natural world.
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Big Fish Stories Alaska is the most absolute example of adventure fishing. Four Swedish predator fishing friends pack up their belongings with the goal to access the world’s best Pike Fishing. Armed with little more than a tent, some bear spray and a couple of canoes, the group fly out across the mountains beyond civilisation, where they’re deserted for the coming weeks. After days of paddling up the Innoko River, they arrive to the mighty Yukon to miles of flooded swampland and mosquitos. After days of gruelling survival, bear attacks and absent fish they meet a local fishing guide from a remote outpost town. What follows is perhaps the best example of trophy Pike fishing in the world, amid one of the world’s last remaining true wildernesses.
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Bluefin
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Bluefin is a film dedicated to the plight of the Bluefin Tuna. Perhaps the most powerful and desirable fish on the planet, these titans have been hammered by the recreational and commercial fishing industries for decades. The story is told out of the fishing town of North Lake in Prince Edward Island, Canada, the Tuna capital of the world and feeding ground of record sized bluefin. It explores the conflict of interests and opinions on the state of the species. We hear from the weathered fisherman of the past who played a role in the decimation of stocks from North Lake to the markets of Japan, and the scientists fearing the species endangerment. We hear from the young breed trying to make a living in sport fishing in this seemingly thriving population of Canadian fish. Can these practices create an industry of wealth in place of unsustainable mass killings? Or is the unusual presence of these fish just another indication of their demise?
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Farquhar
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This short film by Fly Fishing Nation showcases the incredible environment of Farquhar Atoll. This tiny island in the Indian Ocean just north of Madagascar is considered one of the worlds most remote fisheries. Commercial fishing and natural disasters have left Farquhar devasted in recent decades, but since the implementation of new protection laws, it’s remained untouched for over a year. Maverick fly fishers Jasper Paakonen, Keith Rose-Innes, Devan Van De Merwe and Marina Gibson are the first the cast a line in 13 months, and they arrive to a seemingly untouched natural world. Some of the biggest Bonefish, Triggerfish, Milkfish, GT and Parrotfish on the planet live in these waters, so on light fly tackle the sport is extreme. Told through incredible cinematography and passion, this film shows off the kind of environment we anglers could enjoy if nature is allowed to heal itself.
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Pure Instinct Montana is not just a movie about fishing, a tutorial on how to fill your net or where to get a bite. It’s a film about the kind of person that does fish, and why you should. The story’s written and narrated by D.L. Stiffarm, a man on the other side of years of depression and misdirection. He talks of the power of the wilderness and the water on the meaning of life, what it is about the pursuit of a fish that drives a man to obsession and fulfilment. The same story can be seen in the other characters. Elite competition Bass fisherman Zach Lugabihl, Drew Forster and Zach Powell embody the passion and dedication of the world’s best anglers. D.L. meets Blackfeet Native American guide Keith Wolf Tail, a quiet man honouring the traditions and lands of his ancestors fly fishing for Trout. Told amid the vast and beautiful wilderness of Montana, this movie implores us to follow the human instinct to live a wild and happy life.
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Geobass is a series dedicated to the more adventurous side of fishing. Fly anglers Jay, Chris, Thad and Brian set out on a mission to find the most extreme Bass fishing around the globe. From Giant Largemouth in Mexico to powerful Black Bass in Papua New Guinea, illusive Golden Bass in Botswana and Rare Rainbow Bass in Nicaragua, these guys are pioneering in the world of fly fishing. Through capsized boats, Hippo attacks and cartel gunfire, this show never disappoints!
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This series of Ice Fishing Hardcore showcases some of the most extreme angling in the world. Their winter tour across the United States takes the crew to Maine, Vermont, Pennsylvania and Montana to the most remote locations off the grid in the country. Sub-zero temperatures, bears, wolves and unpredictable ice only make the catches more rewarding. Jigging and trapping through the ice brings Pike, Walleye, Whitefish Lake Trout and more, in a sport as old as mankind.
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Live the Stream
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Live The Stream tells the heart warming story of Joe Humphreys and his lifelong passion for fly fishing. Heralding from Pennsylvania, Joe has dedicated his life to fly fishing, teaching thousands of people to fish, writing numerous books as well as being a dedicated conservationist. Live The Stream is the wonderful story of a true fly fishing living legend. Its beautifully shot with some brilliant fishing scenes as Joe hunts for monster Brown Trout, a particular passion of his.
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Salmon Shame is an eye-opening video from conservation charity WildFish that exposes the horrors of open-net salmon farming in Scotland. Salmon has become one of the most popular dishes at restaurants and at home, but its popularity has come at a cost to the environment, fish welfare and the health of the planet. It’s time to take salmon off the menu. Say no to farmed salmon. Sign the WildFish pledge and do not buy, eat or sell farmed salmon. https://wildfish.org/project/salmon-farming/salmon-farming-pledge/
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Renowned independent filmmaker, Robert Thompson, brings us this fascinating follow up to his hit fly fishing film, Musky Country. Filmed in 2020 and 2021, Musky Country Lessons takes a deep dive into fly fishing for Musky, following guide and Musky expert, Brad Bohen. As you'd expect with any content from this director, this 5hr, 3 part series looks stunning and is full of tips and techniques that any prospective Musky angler needs to know to succeed.
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Catch the Trophy is a series dedicated to some of the best Carp fishing in Europe. Based out of Serbia, this crew of passionate anglers travel to France, Germany, Austria and Slovenia in search of some of the biggest Carp in the world. Unique theories on feeding, rigs and bait production from world champion and world record hold carp fisherman offer an insight to what it takes to hunt down these huge specimens. Shown alongside revealing underwater footage, Catch the Trophy is a must watch for anyone looking to land a monster.
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Land of Little Rivers is the story of the birthplace of American fly fishing. The Catskills area of New York is a place of cold water and big Trout, known to anglers as the golden circle. This small area of paradise where historic rivers like the Beaverkill, the Neversink and the Willowemoc converge is the lifeblood of a community rooted in fishing. Produced by businessman and lifelong obsessed fly fisher Bruce Concors, it’s a story told by those who owe their lives to the water. Guides ‘The Lady’ Rachel Finn, ‘The Professor’ Ben Rinker, ‘The Wild Man’ Rob Lewis and ‘The Legend’ Dave Brandt are as much a part of fly fishing in the Catskills as the water itself. The film visits the bars, the lodges, the clubs, the tackle shops and the legendary characters keeping this invaluable place of American history alive. It’s a film about every reason we love to fly fish.
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In this instalment of Reservoir Masterclass, Russ Owen introduces us to the award winning welsh water Llyn Clywedog for some heart-stopping dry fly action. As a world champion fly angler and lifelong Clywedog guide, Russ knows every bank and bay of this stunning reservoir like the back of his hand. Even on the hottest June day of the year, the famous Coch-y-Bonddu beetle hatch is in full swing and the surface of the water is alive with feeding Trout. Russ demonstrates how to maximise water coverage, reading the wind, predicting feeding habits and other philosophies that make his dry fly techniques so deadly. Fly fishing doesn't get much better than this!
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Randy returns with a special episode of Yucatan Anglers as he heads to Campeche, the juvenile Tarpon capital of the world. His host, Capt Chino from Tarpon Town Anglers takes them to a beautiful bay next to the mangroves and it isn't long before Randy gets of the mark. Creeping stealthily through the small inlets of the mangroves, using light tackle, the guys catch some lovely hard fighting and acrobatic Tarpon showing what a fishing paradise this place really is.
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In this second instalment of the Carolina Outdoor Journal, John Moore and Joe Albea are back to bring us some of the best fishing in the American south. From Largemouth Bass, to wild river Trout, to massive Red Drum and even giant Sharks, there's always action to be had. The Journal brings in some of the States best anglers to make it happen, sharing a wealth of knowledge in the gear time segment that will help you catch more fish! As always, Donna Reynolds is on hand in the kitchen for some great twists on classic Carolina Recipes.
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When UK anglers think of coarse fish, the Roach is likely to be the first fish that comes to mind, and the fish that many anglers first cut their teeth on. Rae and Keith start their quest at Wold Farm Fishery, a very scenic stillwater complex in Bedfordshire on an overcast and blustery spring day. Rae's equipped himself with a new pole and gets some handy tips from Keith on the art of pole fishing before getting started. Keith catches a couple of quick fish but both are having issues with the wind spreading their groundbait around so Keith suggests they use pole mount cup feeders to keep the bait in a concentrated area. The fishing now picks up for both anglers with Keith constantly making subtle changes to his baits and rigs to keep them coming. In the second half of the show, the chaps head to the Great Ouse in Befordshire in mid winter and the river looks in great nick. Its a stretch that Rae regularly fishes and he knows there a lot of smaller 1 and 2 year old class fish here so they'll need all their experience to chop and change to pick up the bigger fish. Its a prolific and enjoyable session for both anglers using maggots as bait but slightly different presentations. If you enjoy Roach fishing, you're sure to enjoy this homage to one of the UK's most popular and obliging coarse fish.
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In this premiere episode of Reservoir Masterclass, Craig Barr visits Staffordshire’s Blithfield Reservoir in search of hard fighting spring Trout on the fly. Drawing from long career of competing and coaching for the England fly fishing teams, Craig demonstrates his concepts of matching the hatch, searching the water, the washing-line setup and effective loch-style drifting. When the weather takes a turn, he explores how to force aggressive reactions from the fish with lures like blobs when they go off the feed, leading to some incredible topwater action. This knowledge, paired with unique underwater footage gives vital insight to the habits and behaviours of reservoir Trout. This is a must watch for all serious fly anglers!
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In this special instalment of Yucatan Anglers TV, host Randy Bowser explores the backwaters of Sisal, Mexico lure fishing for Tarpon. Joined by Captain Gary Lira, the pair push through the dense mangroves from the coast where most anglers never dare to fish. Immediately upon arrival to the first pool, juvenile Tarpon known as Sabalitos begin tailing around the boat. Known for their acrobatic fighting style, these Sabalitos make for some of the most explosive and exciting sport in the world, particularly in this shallow water. As the crew push even deeper into the jungle, the tiny channels open into a wide pool known over 300 feet deep! It’s here that Captain Gary hooks into something big…
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Ladin Langeman, Steve Ronholt and friends are back on the water for the 2020 season in this fifth series of Fishing with Ladin. Whether it's the clear mountain streams of British Columbia, or the deep lakes of Washington state, the boys are here to showcase some of the best Trout fly fishing destinations that North America has to offer.
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Hosted by lifelong North Carolina residents Joe Albea and John Moore, Carolina Outdoor Journal showcases the best fishing this amazing state has to offer, from spectacular fishing offshore for big game fish to floating a mountain river for Smallmouth Bass plus some great shows from the stunning inshore fishery.  There's a wide variety of fishing styles and stunning locations in this series and truly something for every kind of angler to enjoy. As well as plenty of world class angling action, there's some great hints, tips and tactics to take in as well as a cooking section with some pretty scrummy recipes....enjoy!
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Arapaima Gigas
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In this new short film from Fly Fishing Nation, a handful of the worlds best fly anglers head into the heart of the Amazon in search of one of the biggest freshwater fish on the planet, the Arapaima! Decades of meat trading have made these prehistoric monsters rare in the wild. But, thanks to the famed Pirarucu Lodge on the Rio Mamiraua, Matt Harris, Stephan Dombaj and Ben Furimsky stand a chance for a giant Arapaima on the fly, something few have ever accomplished. Matt’s spent years of frustration at Pirarucu, but with massive fish rolling on the surface across the lake, there’s a real chance of a catch over 2 meters in length… the fish of a lifetime!
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Pure Fly New Zealand is back for another season, and the fishing is better than ever in the promised land of fly angling! Season four continues to present the absolute epitome of the sport. Nick Reygaert, Jeff Forsee, Mike Kirkpatrick, Hannah Clement and more of the countries best anglers embark on expeditions into the most remote regions of this stunning country to show us some of the biggest Brown and Rainbow Trout on the planet. It's not everywhere you can catch a wild Trout close to 30 pounds!
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Eric Ciocher is one of the most prolific all-round anglers in Florida. In this series, he samples some of the most exciting lure fishing opportunities in the state with an expert team of captains with lifetimes of local experience. From freshwater species like Largemouth Bass, Peacock Bass and exotic Clown Knife fish, to hard fighting saltwater predators like Snook, Redfish and Black Drum, Eric somehow never fails to bring massive specimens to the boat. This show continuously proves why the state of Florida is still considered the epicentre of sport fishing.
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Rae Borras embarks on a wintery quest across the UK in this instalment of Game Fishers Diary, as he visits two of the UK's most prestigious Grayling fisheries, the Welsh Dee and the Dorset Frome, in pursuit of the lady of the stream. This stunning, hardy little fish has overcome a history of persecution in the world of angling, but now stands as one of the most prized catches for fly fisherman worldwide. Rae joins several of the most respected anglers in the country, from lifelong guides Karl Humphries and Tony King, to area secretary of the Grayling Society, Alex Adams. This show offers pro tips in the arts of how to fish nymphs in the colder months, as well as exploring the history and conservation of this beloved species.
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In this rip roaring new series,  Untamed Anglers hosts James Stokoe and Ripon Khalique,  travel the UK  in celebration of some of the most iconic freshwater fish species to be found on these shores.  There's a little friendly competition between the two hosts so they enlist the help of some of the UK's top anglers including the like of Hywell Morgan, Peter Cockwill, Charles Jardine, Rob Hughes, Marina Gibson and Alex Jardine to help maximise their chances in each location. From the wild lochs of Scotland, to the clear Chalk streams of the south, the competition never fails to bring out the best of this beloved sport.
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In this vintage series of Just Fishin, host Chris Sandford visits some of the most highly regarded fresh water fishing locations in the country, and the world. Whether it's fly fishing for enormous King Salmon in remote Alaska, stalking big Carp on private lakes or just enjoying a relaxing day on the bank chasing little roach, there's always a fish to be caught. With the expert guidance of fishing legends like Chris Yates, Adam Penning and Keith Arthur, this season lands Chris some of the best fish of his career.
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Chef to the stars Antonio Meleca and fisherman Shawn DeGagne break into the big leagues in this celebrity season of Fish and Fire, as pro athletes compete to see who can catch the most fish and who can cook the best dish. Whether it's NFL football stars like Cam Jordan, NHL hockey stars like Darren Turcotte, MLB baseball stars like Chris Tillman or UFC fighters like Jim Miller, everyone in this season has a competitive drive to win. From Dorado in the Florida Keys, to Walleye in frozen Ontario and everything in between, this season showcases the absolute best angling North America has to offer.
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Mike D is back with 9 new episodes of Lunkerville Get Folks Fishing that he produced in 2020 and 2021  during the pandemic. Unable to travel to film too much last year, Mike wanted to promote the social and mental benefits of fishing through this series and show just how easy it is to pick up a rod and go outside to fish. As Mikes say's himself "I'm on a mission to get folks out of the house, off their devices and on to fishing! It's always been the idea behind Lunkerville but now it's more important than ever. I want to do everything I can to actually make it happen." This 4 part series draws on some of the best bits of Lunkerville from its long broadcast history and is a great watch.
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Exclusive to Fishing TV, this fascinating film tells the story of a group of pioneering Salmon anglers who head into the Russian wilderness to scout 3 river systems that have not seen human presence for decades,  and assess their viability as destinations for fishing for Atlantic Salmon. On their journey, they encounter various challenges that come with being off grid for 4 weeks such as adverse weather, dangerous wildlife and cabin fever. The film is wonderfully shot, featuring some stunning cinematography and some exciting fishing sequences plus gives a fantastic insight into how a river can be mapped and assessed using modern technology and techniques.
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In this fourth instalment of Maximum Limit fishing. Host Maxim Bloudov and friends document a years fishing in the remote wilderness of the Northwestern Territories of Canada. Whether it’s huge surprise Inconnu on the Yellowknife River, ancient Lake Trout at the Namushka Lodge, or record-breaking Whitefish at the Wilderness Resort, fishing with Maxim always delivers. This season is a perfect exhibition of the true wilderness that still exists in this part of the world, and the unbelievable sport fishing there is to be had.

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