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Reelin in the Keys

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The Florida Keys offers some of the best sportfishing on the planet. This series explores the vast array of saltwater fishing on offer with some of the best charter boats around.
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George is meeting up with Capt Chris Johnson of Sea Squared Charters and the target today is Lemon Sharks which they'll be looking for in very shallow water. As Chris explains, the water temperature has been dropping recently which makes these fish more active and easier to tempt. After finding a good spot and putting the chum out, several sharks are seen near the boat so George puts his bait out and a Lemon Shark takes it immediately. After a good fight, George brings the shark to the boat and releases it unharmed. Seeing a bigger fish, George casts out towards it and again it takes without hesitation and George has a tough fight on his hands. With lots of sharks around the boat now, Chris decides to have a go and picks out a huge shark which again aggressively takes his bait. George also finds one and its a double hook up! An incredible session continues with barely a moment without a fish on.
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In this show, we see highlights from the 2015 Hemmingway Key West Challenge where top teams battle it out to win the coveted top prizes over 3 days fishing. Marlin are the star of the show and worth 400 points but its important for the teams to catch more prolific fish like Dolphin Fish and Wahoo which also add to the overall points tally. With billfish thin on the ground on day 1, the competition is wide open but on day 2 and 3 a few nice Blue Marlin are caught and a couple of teams surge ahead. The prizegiving dinner on day 3 reveals all but who will pick up the top prize.
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George is out on his own boat today and doing a practice session with his guests for the upcoming 'Take Stock Backcountry tournament which raises money to help economically disadvantage children through education. First up he has to find some bait but the first spot produces nothing so they have to move again. George spots some Pilchards but before throwing the cast net he tries to winkle a few out on a Sabiki rig. He then throws the net and marks the spot so he can use it again for the tournament. George's guests today are tournament veterans and they want to try and find some areas holding Speckled Sea Trout which have been thin on the ground lately. To win the tournament, all 3 species of Trout, Snook and Redfish must be caught so these practice days are invaluable. Finding a couple of Trout, George decides to find some Snook and heads into the Everglades. They see a couple of big Snook and decide to leave them alone for the competition and catch a small shark instead. To end the show, George meets the tournament director who explains how the Take Stock Program works and why funding for it is so important.
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George is meeting up with Capt Chris Johnson of Sea Squared Charters and the target today is Lemon Sharks which they'll be looking for in very shallow water. As Chris explains, the water temperature has been dropping recently which makes these fish more active and easier to tempt. After finding a good spot and putting the chum out, several sharks are seen near the boat so George puts his bait out and a Lemon Shark takes it immediately. After a good fight, George brings the shark to the boat and releases it unharmed. Seeing a bigger fish, George casts out towards it and again it takes without hesitation and George has a tough fight on his hands. With lots of sharks around the boat now, Chris decides to have a go and picks out a huge shark which again aggressively takes his bait. George also finds one and its a double hook up! An incredible session continues with barely a moment without a fish on.
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In this show, we see highlights from the 2015 Hemmingway Key West Challenge where top teams battle it out to win the coveted top prizes over 3 days fishing. Marlin are the star of the show and worth 400 points but its important for the teams to catch more prolific fish like Dolphin Fish and Wahoo which also add to the overall points tally. With billfish thin on the ground on day 1, the competition is wide open but on day 2 and 3 a few nice Blue Marlin are caught and a couple of teams surge ahead. The prizegiving dinner on day 3 reveals all but who will pick up the top prize.
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George is out on his own boat today and doing a practice session with his guests for the upcoming 'Take Stock Backcountry tournament which raises money to help economically disadvantage children through education. First up he has to find some bait but the first spot produces nothing so they have to move again. George spots some Pilchards but before throwing the cast net he tries to winkle a few out on a Sabiki rig. He then throws the net and marks the spot so he can use it again for the tournament. George's guests today are tournament veterans and they want to try and find some areas holding Speckled Sea Trout which have been thin on the ground lately. To win the tournament, all 3 species of Trout, Snook and Redfish must be caught so these practice days are invaluable. Finding a couple of Trout, George decides to find some Snook and heads into the Everglades. They see a couple of big Snook and decide to leave them alone for the competition and catch a small shark instead. To end the show, George meets the tournament director who explains how the Take Stock Program works and why funding for it is so important.
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This series takes a documentary style look at the Charter Captains who make their living taking clients fishing in the "sport fishing capital of the world" - the Florida Keys. We join a different boat in each episode, and over the series picks up some top pro tips, and hear's some tall tales along the way. This episode sees us hook up with Captain Chris Johnson and the crew of Sea Squared Charters for a spot of fishing under the Bahia Honda bridge, a known Tarpon hotspot.  
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In this episode our host Captain Rob Harris is joined by some friends and Captain Sam Shaw for a day of mixed bluewater fishing. After hitting a school of mahi-mahi / dolphinfish they keep looking to see if they can't hook up to some tuna or a sailfish.  
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In this episode Capt. Kelsey Jo takes us fishing amongst the mangroves for the tasty mangrove snapper that live there.  
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In this episode we join Capt. Jason Long and his crew on Best Bet to do some permit fishing with live crabs on light tackle.  
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This time we’re heading out over deep water with First Choice Charters’ Larry Wren and swordfish are the target species, but since they encounter some mahi en route… we’ll it’d be rude not to have a try…  
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Rob’s in Key West and this time he’s out on Ocean Energy, with Captain Mike Blumin and Capt. Russell Knowles on the hunt for a variety of species in deep water.  
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This episode sees Rob meet up with Capt. Craig Jiovani for a day’s trolling for sailfish, wahoo and other pelagic species. 
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Captain Bill Knowles, who has been running charters since 1959, and he’s been passing on that fishing knowledge on to Captain Randy Towe – between then they’ve got 80 years experience. Join them for some Everglades tarpon action.  
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In this episode the Reelin' in the Keys team head to the world-famous Hemingway Challenge - a blue marlin fishing tournament named for one of the most famous deep sea fishing afficionados of all time - author Ernest Heminway.  
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This episode focuses on the largest saltwater fishing tournament in the world – the target: King Mackerel. We join the fleet as it gathers, heads out onto the water, and the anglers in every class from Juniors to Seniors, try their best to out fish each other.  
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And now for something completely different – this episode of Reelin' In The Keys leaves the private charters behind and sees Capt. George meet up with The Party Boat, aka Gulfstream, as he joins a big group of anglers on the hunt for yellowtail snapper.  
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In this episode Captain George Clark Jr. is out with Bamboo Charters on the Gulf of Mexico to see what they can find. He’s joined by two former hosts of Reelin’ In The Keys and they exchange a few tall tales while fishing some live shrimp for… whatever shows up.  

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