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Carter Andrews is not into fishing for recreation, money, fame or records. He is into fishing because he has no choice. He is the victim of an all-consuming obsession---one that has him on the water 300 days a year, from Panama to the Snake River; the Louisiana Gulf Coast to Russia. The power of his obsession is strong enough to reverberate through incredible television stories and even social media, where fans can participate with him. Watch "The Obsession of Carter Andrews", and see for yourself how driven one man can be.

The Obsession of Carter Andrews is a series that is currently running and has 7 seasons (80 episodes). The series first aired on December 30, 2013.

The Obsession of Carter Andrews is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Obsession of Carter Andrews on demand atAmazon Prime online.

Friday 9:30 AM et/pt on Outdoor Channel
7 Seasons, 80 Episodes
December 30, 2013
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The Obsession of Carter Andrews Full Episode Guide

  • Carter Andrews and Julio Meza set sail to the famed Robinson Crusoe island located in the Juan Fernandez Archipelago situated 400 miles off the coast of Chile on a quest to find the giant Kingfish Yellowtail.

  • Carter Andrews reflects on his year of angling adventures and experiences while filming season 7 of The Obsession.

  • Carter Andrews sets out with friend Monte Peters to target one of south Florida's most underrated gamefish and experience the action that these large jack Crevalle that frequent the Vero Beach coast have to offer.

  • Carter meets up with Virginia Muskie guru and fly designer Blane Chocklett in hopes to catch the "fish of a thousand casts".

  • The quest at Robinson Crusoe continues as our host Rudy Aravena puts the guys on a wide open yellowtail bite while an encounter with an interesting fellow on the island gets Carter dreaming of treasure.

  • The Robinson Crusoe adventure and the quest for the giant Kingfish Yellowtail continues as the gang heads across the channel to Santa Clara where it is said the giants live.

  • Carter and old friend Julio Meza head to the Juan Fernandez Archipelago situated 400 miles off the coast of Chile in search of a giant Kingfish Yellowtail, fishing around the famed Robinson Crusoe island.

  • Carter Andrews heads to Charleston South Carolina to Fish for Red Drum and get a taste of the "low country" while paying a visit to the new Shimano Headquarters and the "Shimano Experience."

  • The Northest Roadtrip continues as Carter makes a stop in Virgina to fish the fabled waters of the Chesapeake Bay for Cobia with Capt. Tyler Nonn of Tidewater Charters.

  • Continueing the North East roadtrip, Carter makes a stop in Conencticut to fish for striped bass with good friend Blaine Anderson along the Connecticut river. With a mission of catching a large bass, the guys will have to first figure out what it is going to take to get the bite going.

  • Carter Andrews heads up the eastern seaboard with the new 270z SeaVee in tow for an East Coast fishing road trip to experience some of the country's finnest fishing. On this first stop, Carter teams up with Capt. Jack Sprangle to target giant bluefin tuna in a historic Cape Cod fishery, but If the guys are going to be succesful, they will need to be "ready for anything."

  • Carter Andrews heads to the Plantation Resort on the west coast to fish with Capt. Clay Shidler of Hang'Em High Charters in one of Florida's most unique inshore fisheries. Targetting Gag grouper in extremely shallow water, the guys are presented with multiple oppoutunites to catch these aggresive eaters using topwater, live bait, and fly methods.

  • Carter Andrews teams up with local Jupiter Florida captain and Snook guru Dale Ash in hopes to catch a giant snook over 40 inches. Using multiple methods and Dale's intimate knowledge of the fishery, the guys hope to be at the "right place, right time" to finally get Carter his fish.

  • Carter reflects on his adventures of the year in this Season 6 look back.

  • Carter and friend Monty Peters embark on a trip across the state of Florida via the Okeechobee waterway from Ft. Pierce to Pine Island. "Locking" their way up and down the waterway, the mission is to catch snook, largemouth bass and redfish while seeing a different side of Florida.

  • Carter heads to the Florida Keys to fish the 10th annual Islamorada Shark on Fly Tournament to benefit the We Fish For Kids Foundation. Without a home field advantage, Carter will need to gather as much intel as he can if he hopes to trick some of the Keys' top predators into taking the fly.

  • Carter joins long time friend Lance "LG" Gleason on a mission in the Yucatan were they hope to explore the possibilities of live bait fishing near mangroves and coral reefs. In order to be successful, the guys must team up with one of LG's favorite local captains, Jose Briceno, and fabricate a baitwell that is up to the task.

  • Part two of the Baja series takes Carter and friends 160 miles further down the coast to fish the legendary Magdalena Bay for packs of striped marlin on bait balls. If they can find the bait, they will find the fish, but first they must trailer a 37' SeaVee 10+ hours on the Mexican highways of Baja California Sur.

  • Carter returns to a special place in Baja Mexico to fish with friend Julio Meza for large Gulf and Broomtail groupers in shallow water.  It's the 15-20 ft of pulling drag in the "short fight" that will determine their success.  

  • Carter teams up with long time friend Bear Holeman in hopes to finally fish the fabled Chandeleur islands of the Mississippi delta.

  • Carter attends a YETI event in Venice Louisiana to fish with other Ambassadors of the outdoors who re-define what it means to live wild lives.

  • Carter heads to the west coast of Florida to tag and release Goliath Grouper in the name of research, but the tackle of choice may call for a more "hands on" approcach that makes staying aboard the boat a challenge.

  • Carter finds himself back home in Vero Beach, Fl after a season of adventure and travel just in time to intercept the hoards of mullet that migrate south along the beaches for one of natures' most impressive spectacles. kwfishing