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The Arctic Experiment Part One

Rae Borras is invited to join a group of intrepid anglers on board a Norwegian trawler, who are winter fishing waters some 350 miles North of the Arctic Circle for the first time, in areas where there is known to be a real chance of record breaking cod to 80lb and halibut going well over 400lb! The sea looks becalmed, but don’t be fooled, these are treacherous waters and Rae is on course for an epic adventure. Part 1 of 2. To watch this video now, go to Fishing TV and register. Click here

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