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Hooked on Fishing Series 6

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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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Paul is back in Key West, an area of Florida that has more ship wrecks per square mile than any other and these wrecks provide shelter for thousands of small bait fish, which in turn attract the larger sporting predators. He heads out with light-tackle, wreck-fishing specialist Captain Mike Weinhofer who has a number of favourite marks to share with Paul. They explore these hot spots, encountering a variety of rod bending beauties such as Grouper, Cobia, snapper, Shark and the ever present Giant Barracuda.
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This time Paul is in Scotland, aboard the world’s last sea going paddle steamer, the PS Waverley as he heads down the Clyde towards the prolific trout fishing waters of Loch Fad, on the island of Bute. There he teams up with trout fly fishing champion Alistair McFarlane, who advises Paul on the most effective flies and lures to bring non stop action and a few double figure rainbows.
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Paul is in Ireland at Camlough Lake near Newry in County Armagh. He joins Oliver McGauley and Rory O’Neil for a spot of coarse fishing, using a variety of local methods and baits, together they fill their keep nets with plump Roach, Rudd, Bream and hybrids. In the second half of the programme, Paul and Oliver head for the estuary shoreline on Carlingford Lough at the crack of dawn and enjoy a session spinning on an incoming tide in search of Sea Trout and Bass.
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This time Paul heads for Dever Springs fishery in Hampshire, at the top of the Test Valley. Dever is a stocked fishery fed by the River Dever, a tributary of the Test and it provides the the lakes a constant source of cool, crystal clear spring water which is the perfect environment to grow record breaking monster Brown and Rainbow trout. Here he joins regular Dever devotee Phil Docherty and discovers that there's a lot more to this fishery than just big fish.
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The Jardines de la Reine or Gardens of the Queen is an extensive maritime park 60 miles south of the Cuban mainland and it's here that Paul has travelled to fly fish the blue tropical waters of the Caribbean. He puts himself in the hands of local fly fishing guide Victor Gonzales, or as his friends call him 'Cokey' and together they explore this tropical paradise trying to catch the elusive Bonefish and Tarpon for which the area is famous.
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In this episode Paul travels to Cumbria in Northwest England to fish the Lowther and the Eamont, tributaries which feed the famous river Eden. It's late May and although the Eden does have a spring show of salmon, the main run isn't until the autumn, so he's going to target wild Brown trout and Grayling. To help him, he teams up with local expert and international fly fishing champion Andrew Dickson. So as well as being guided into some of the beautiful local brownies, Paul also gets a lesson in high speed competition fly fishing.
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This time Paul heads for Ireland's border country on its east coast, for a spot of Tope fishing on Carlingford Lough, a vast saltwater inlet. He's in the company of local angler Barry Fox on board the Pisces II skippered by Peyton Cunningham and they soon discover that its one thing to hook a Tope but another to try and land it! But there's plenty of action with beautiful specimens up to 50lbs. Further out, over the wrecks Paul also encounters Pollack, Pouting, Wrasse and Ling and a few Dogfish.
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This time Paul heads to Esthwaite Water in the beautiful Lake District of Cumbria in search of double figure Pike. He teams up with local guide, Dave Coleman and together they begin using a variety of conventional lures and jigs. Then to make things a bit more interesting, Dave suggests they try for a Pike on the fly. Dave seems to know what he's doing and helps Paul connect with a few lunkers in the 20lbs plus range.
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This time Paul is off fishing the blue tropical waters of the south Florida Keys. He's at Key West where he teams up with supreme fishing guide Mike Weinhofer. As they explore the shallow flats and gullies 20 miles offshore Paul realises a dream and battles a few of the lighting fast Permit along with a variety of other bait crunching predators including Mutton Snapper, Mangrove Snapper and Barracuda.
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This time Paul visits a popular Scottish venue, the Kingennie Trout fishery near Dundee. Here he joins former Scottish national fly fishing champion Mike Forbes, who not only helped develop the fishery but is also very good at catching some of its bigger residents. The fishery is stocked with various species including Rainbow, Blue, Brown and Golden trout as well as some Arctic char.
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In this episode Paul heads to some of the finest trout waters in Argentina's Patagonia region of South America. It's January and he's staying at the Estancia Carlota on the rugged River Gallegos, but at this time of year the Sea Trout are hard to find, so he's going to be fishing for wild Brown Trout. Local guide Gennaro Molinaro is on hand to offer expert advice and help Paul explore the delights of fly fishing in this magical, wild and totally remote location and one where the crystal clear waters hold quite a few surprises.
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Continuing his stay in the Lake District, , perhaps one of the most productive trout fisheries in the region. At 280 acres, the lake is a great size to fish from and boat and as well as the Trout fishing is known for its terrific Pike. There he meets up with regular fisher Ian Jones and using a variety of fly fishing methods discover why the lake is such a popular venue.
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This time Paul heads for the delightful and picturesque waters of Ullswater in the heart of the Lake District, Cumbria. There he meets up with local fly fishing expert Patrick Arnold to drift the shore and inlets for some beautiful wild Brown Trout. In the second half Patrick introduces Paul to another of the Lake District’s productive waters and at Kentmere they enjoy some great sport with more wild brownies and also some Rainbow Trout.
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In this episode Paul enjoys two completely different trolling sessions. In the first half he's on Loch Awe, Argyllshire in the heart of Scotland where he teams up with expert troller John Douglas. John uses lures and spinners for wild Atlantic Salmon and Paul not only picks up a few nice fish but also tips on how best to succeed. In the second half Paul travels to County Fermanagh in Northern Ireland, and still trolling, sets out in the company of Andy Nicholson in search of big Upper Lough Erne Pike.
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To kick off the 6th series of Hooked on Fishing, Paul travels to Russia’s Kola Peninsula, to fish the majestic East Litza river for bright, summer run Atlantic Salmon. Fly fishing with guide Justin McCarthy, Paul is shown how to use a variety of local patterns and methods. Together they explore this fascinating water, catching double figure salmon and some hefty brown trout!

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