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In 'Puerto Rican Tarpon' host Henry Waszczuk and the Fishing the Flats team have unearthed a fantastic new destination to rival Costa Rica, the Bahamas and Belize, its Puerto Rico. An island in the middle of the Caribbean, it can offer excellent all round saltwater action but in particular it has established a reputation as a Tarpon hotspot. Henry is in the capable hands of brothers Armando and Karim Chaar who run the Magic Tarpon guiding service, reagrded as the best on the island and they have taken him out onto the San Jose Lagoon. It offers between 4 and 8 feet of water and seems to be absolutely packed full of the 'silver kings'. The great attraction of Tarpon is the fight they give you, no matter what size they are there will be plenty of thrills and spills as they jump out of the water on the end of your line. Henry is in for a real treat though, as he hooks one weighing in at 145lbs, needless to say it gives him one hell of a battle. There's another excellent BBQ recipe from chef Ray Lampe, this time it's cedar wrapped scallops. To watch Puerto Rican Tarpon now, 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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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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Watch host Henry Waszczuk as he seeks out some of the best saltwater fishing hotspots in the US. Each episode sees Henry target a particular saltwater species working with top local guides to find the hottest bite around. From inshore species like Redfish in North Carolina to deepwater giants like Amberjacks and Grouper in the Gulf of Mexico, this series pulls no punches in bringing some amazing angling action. Each show is filled with invaluable tackle, bait and lure tips as well as an in depth guide to the target species including their lifecycle, feeding habits, range and how to locate them. There's also a segment about IGFA records so there's a lot to learn about each species and particularly targetting trophy fish. We'll also look back at some of the biggest fish Henry has caught over the years, and as you can imagine with 25 years hosting fishing tv shows, there's quite a collection of monsters. This is highly informative saltwater fishing series with some spectacular fishing for some truly hard fighting saltwater species. 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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In this episode, the brothers set off from the cabin on horseback and arrive on the black sands of Thykkvibaer Beach for some shore fishing. They're going to be fishing for Mudshark (Spiny Dogfish) and anything else that comes along, and have enlisted the help of local guide, Magnus Johansson. Asi is the first to strike, landing a small cod on his mackerel bait. A few minutes later and Asi's rod bends over again and this time, its the target species and a good sized Mudhsark of around 6 kilos is beached and despatched. Excited by his catch and keen to turn this fish into their evening feast, the brothers ask Chef Axel Bjorn Clausen to cook it up for them. After filetting the fish, Axel marinades it in Miso sauce before putting on the BBQ and topping with some choppped hazelnuts. Finished with a little grated horseradish, some micro salad leaves and radish, 5 star dining is brought to the field and the boys enjoy a magnificent dinner in the Icelandic evening. It looks sogood, ven the camera crew desert their positions and dive in for a taste of some Thykkvibaer Beach shark. To watch 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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With his sights set on a Big Bull Shark, Henry heads to the Crystal River area in Citrus County, north west Florida, known as the 'Nature Coast'. He joins local guide and expert Capt. Billy Henderson. Using live mullet for bait with wire leaders, the guys have one target in mind and its large with sharp teeth. The Bull Shark is unique in that it can survive in both fresh and salt water and it is attracted to the Crystal River area by the migrating Tarpon that it loves to eat. Capt. Billy regularly encounters specimen to over 300lbs and although Henry isn't lucky enough to hook anything quite this big, he does see plenty of action. In his tip of the week Henry talks you through his rod, reel and tackle preferences when targeting big shark. There's also another delicious harbourside recipe from chef Brad Townsend, Sea Bass grilled in parmesan and prosciutto. To watch this video now, just login or join
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More Saltwater action from the Florida Keys, as the Fish Guyz, Captain George Clark Jr. and Captain Lain Goodwin are back for series 2, doing what they do best and that's heading out in a boat for a day's fishing. They're based in Key Largo on Florida's Atlantic coast and they always have the choice of heading out into open water for some deep sea fishing for species such as Sailfish, Mahi Mahi and Tuna, or travelling along the sheltered flats that run up to Biscayne Bay and include the mangrove line shallows of the Everglade National Park. Here they can find plenty of Snook, Snappers, Jacks and Yellowfish as well as Tarpon and Permit. There plenty more banter between the two of them and George seems even more obsessed with filling the cool box with edibles to take back for his favourite fish tacos. To watch Fish Guyz - Series 2 now, just login or register
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Captains George and Lain try something a bit different today, they head west, over to the Gulf of Mexico for a bout of Cobia Chaos. Its a beautiful slick, calm day, perfect for sight fishing, but the Guyz start with too smaller bait so they're catching little Jack Crevalle's. These in turn are then being taken by sharks on their way to the boat, so the Guyz have some great tussles coping with these on their light gear. As they move up to a bigger bait, they spot a shoal of Cobia and once they hook one they are surrounded by a load of them. Plenty of double hook ups and the chance for Lain to get greedy and try to target the biggest one of all. To watch Cobia Chaos now, just login or register
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Red Emperors - Once again Paul is on board the Wai Nawana skippered by Alistair Lau heading out of Cullen Bay near Darwin in North Australia. He fishing with local guide Tom Hughes and the pair are targeting Red Emperors. These fish aren't true Emperors, they are a member of the Snapper family or Sea Perch and they are regarded by Australians as one of the finest food fish to be had. Tom joined the iFish team two years ago ago as the "Apprentice" and has rapidly worked his way up the ranks to the point where he is now giving Paul as good as he gets in both the banter and fishing stakes. In about 20m of water they are dropping either squid or sardine deadbait down to the bottom, but there are other species lurking there and they catch a nice Mulloway and a Nanygai before Tom lands his first ever Red. They then switch, with some success, to squidgy plastics before Paul catches a Barracuda with the bacon left over from breakfast. To watch Red Emperors now, just login or register

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