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Fishful Thinking Series 2

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More fantastic fishing action as top Canadian angler Charlie Wray visits popular locations across North America. Teaming up with local guides and skippers, he offers great advice on all aspects of salt and freshwater fishing, especially lure and tackle selection. His enthusiasm is infectious and he catches a lot of fish.
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Host Charlie Wray revisits one of his favourite locations, St Catherines on Lake Ontario and has great success in attracting the huge bottom hugging lake Trout with a new selection of shiny lures and agitators
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Charlie is at Reindeer Lodge on Lake Saskatchewan, where he puts his blue back herring lure to great use, catching some monster pike. Along the way he shares some great tips on rigs, knots and presentation.
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Host Charlie Wray uses a host of clever gadgets to target deep water Walleye and has great success with his spin and glow harnesses. Then heads to Lake St Claire with wife Terri where they use some unusual tactics, such as planer boards and line counter reels to catch some monster Musky.
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Host Charlie Wray is on his annual pilgrimage to the Fraser River in British Columbia where, with the help of local guide Len Ames he puts circle hooks and stealth tactics to great use, in an attempt to catch some monster sturgeon.
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Here Charlie visits two locations, first he's on Reindeer Lake where he demonstrates some clever tactics when using flatfish lures to target the monster Lake Trout lurking on the bottom. Then he's on the Bay of Quinte, Ontario where he follows the bait fish and employs slightly different tactics to catch some huge Walleye.
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On reindeer Lake in Saskatchewan, Charlie shows how to use brightly coloured glow spoons to lure huge Pike out of the thick weed. Then he's on the Fraser River with guide Len Ames, fly fishing for Pink Salmon, again using innovative flies and techniques.
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Charlie Wray and wife Terri are on a winter break in Florida catching some sizeable Tuna and Bonita, but these are only the bait fish for the monster Sharks they are after. Skipper Steve Rodger makes sure they see some serious action.
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Host Charlie Wray visits friend Paul Cain at Queen Charlotte Adventures on the coast of British Columbia, where there are some magnificent Coho Salmon to be found. Paul demonstrates his mackerel dead bait rig and Charlie is into some strenuous action.
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Charlie Wray and friends spend a few days off Prince Edward Island in the Gulf of St Lawrence, where the monster Bluefin Tuna can easily be lured into a feeding frenzy beside the boat. Once hooked though, they put up one hell of a fight.
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Charlie is out on Lake Ontario with Dave Duffin and son Noah trolling spinners for Lake Trout, until a heavy storm puts an end to their session. Charlie then heads back out on his own and demonstrates how an agitator can prove irresistible to theses monster fish, as well as the odd salmon.
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Host Charlie Wray and wife Terri take a winter break to Key West, Florida and on a beautiful still day can see the King Mackerel take their lures from just under the surface. These fish are full of energy and put up a fantastic fight. Charlie's blue back mackerel lure is particularly successful.
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Charlie joins legendary guide Len Ames and father and son team of Rex and Brett Nelson on the Fraser River. After they have all caught at least one Sturgeon each it is young Brett who hooks the fish of a lifetime with a monster at around 300lbs. They then switch to lighter tackle and have great fun jigging for Pink Salmon, with similar success. Plenty of technical advice and techniques.
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Charlie joins a research trip in the Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick where they are tagging Porbeagle Sharks. Fortunately its not long before Charlie is in to a massive specimen. Plus he shows how to make your own spinners to nab monster Pike.
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Fall is the best time of year for large Muskies and Lake St Clair holds some of the best. Charlie joins Drifter II Charters, whose skipper Jim Flemming recommends using long rods and planer boards. He knows what he's talking about, as the guys catch fish after fish.
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During a stormy trip, Bass fishing on Lake Erie, Charlie demonstrates how a speciality bug-lure can work when the conditions are against you. Plus a tip on how to trick monster Pike with a soft-rubber-lure / spoon combination.
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It's early in the season and the Pike can be found in shallow water on Lake Milton, Saskatchewan. Charlie Wray joins local guide Naoto Aoki and he has great success with his favourite herring lure as well as using a soft plastic lure for fish in the weeds.
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