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Get ready for the all new Sport Fishing Television Powered by Ram. Join host and filmmaker Graham Morton, as he teams up with some of the top captains and guides in the world. It's fishing like you've never seen it!

Bonnier Corp
4 Seasons, 63 Episodes
January 1, 2016
Action & Adventure, Reality
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Sport Fishing TV Full Episode Guide

  • Top seven species of the 2019 season.

  • Join Sam White, editor-in-chief of Marlin magazine, as he competes in the El Salvador International Billfish Tournament. In these largely unfished waters, 32 sailfish releases in one day isn't enough to guarantee victory.

  • It's an all new rumble in the jungle. At Tropic Star Lodge in Pinas Bay, Panama, XL-sized captain Bear Holeman battles the greatest game fish of them all, the blue marlin.

  • From swampy tarpon nurseries to deep offshore reefs, Sugar loaf Key in the Florida Keys is the perfect habitat to raise fish, and the fishing families whose lives depend on them.

  • Brandon Simmons left his gig as mate for Tail walker Sport fishing to become a charter captain. On this outing in Marathon, Florida, Brandon's offshore success proves that he's up to the challenge.

  • Born and raised in Marsh Harbour, Captain Corey Sawyer provides a local's look at the Bahamas' Abaco Islands, and his favorite fishing spots accessible by land, air boat, and sea.

  • Nine species including king salmon, ling cod, and halibut show up on this fishing trip to Sitka, Alaska. Luckily, Captain Scott Miller of Kingfisher Charters and Lodge says there isn't a fish he doesn't love to catch.

  • It's one week until Labor Day, and the tourists and snowbirds in Cape Cod are out in full force. But it's the local captains and anglers know the best spots for catching striped bass, Atlantic bonito and blue fin tuna.

  • Neither devastating hurricanes nor environmental issues can deter the Everglades, where inshore species including redfish, trout, black drum and snook populate one of the world's greatest natural wonders.

  • The grand slam, tarpon, permit and bone fish, is one of fishing's greatest achievements. It just so happens that one of the best flats fishing destinations on earth is Key West, the hometown of father and son guide duo Mike and Brandon Cyr.

  • The Crystal Coast of North Carolina has raised multiple generations of recreational, commercial and tournament fishermen. On this adventure, an old salt and an young upstart tackle a fishery packed with grouper, snapper, trigger fish and dolphin.

  • There's a reason why the bone fish is on the Bahamian dime. It's the country's most popular inshore species. The grey ghost haunts the Abaco Islands, and Captain Travis Sands is an expert at hunting them down.

  • From winter cobia in the Florida Keys to Cabo San Lucas's striped marlin bite in the fall, SFTV spent a year following fish around North and Central America.

  • Despite the best efforts of Hurricane Irma, the Florida Keys is back up and running, and the cobia bite is on at the revitalized Faro Blanco Resort in Marathon

  • Tucked into the jungle in Pinas Bay, Panama, Tropic Star Lodge is known for record-breaking billfish, but during the right time a whole gang of random species show up.

  • Thirty years ago, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico was a small village of a few hundred. Today, it's one of North America's most generous and consistent offshore fisheries.

  • Casey and Cole Wagner aren't just father and son. They're a successful captain-mate team, and the offshore world of Crystal Coast, North Carolina is their home.

  • A chain of historic towns covering 85 miles of North Carolina coastline, the Crystal Coast is home to stacked inshore and offshore fisheries that cover bluefish to billfish.

  • Welcome to Cabin Bluff, the oldest hunting and fishing lodge in the United States, where sportsmen split time between the tarpon grounds and quail fields.

  • The fall mullet run turns Florida's Space Coast into the biggest fishing bonanza of the year, attracting bull redfish, snook and tarpon

  • Captain James Peters chases monster tuna in Venice, Louisiana, the coolest, strangest, most abundant fishery on the Gulf Coast.

  • Every spring, Boca Grande, Florida transforms into Tarpon Town, USA, where Captain Chris Wittman has fished and guided his entire life.

  • Thirteen species, including cobia, yellowfin, and African pompano, show up as captains and best friends Jared Cyr and Jack Walker fish their hometown of Key West.

  • Best friends since childhood, captains Jared Cyr and Jack Walker fish for dolphin, shark and tarpon in Key West's varied fishing grounds.

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