Wild Fish Wild Places

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  • 2011
  • 8 Seasons

Wild Fish Wild Places is an exhilarating and informative show that takes its viewers on a journey to some of the most beautiful and remote places on earth to fish for wild fish. Hosted by Alan Broderick and Denis Isbister, two passionate anglers, the show offers a unique perspective on fishing - one that is focused on exploring the natural beauty of the world and showcasing the importance of conservation.

As the show's name suggests, Wild Fish Wild Places is all about fishing in remote and pristine locations. Whether it's fishing for giant tarpon in the crystal-clear waters of the Bahamas, stalking elusive trout in a mountain stream in Montana, or chasing after monster catfish in the dense jungles of South America, Alan and Denis are always on the move, exploring new territories, and meeting new people along the way.

What sets Wild Fish Wild Places apart from other fishing shows is its emphasis on conservation. Alan and Denis are both dedicated to protecting the natural beauty and ecosystem of the places they visit. Through their travels, the duo raises awareness of the importance of environmental conservation and sustainable fishing practices. The show is a testament to the fact that fishing is not just a sport, but a way to connect with nature and learn about the world we live in.

While Wild Fish Wild Places is primarily a fishing show, it offers so much more. Each episode is a visual feast for the eyes, showcasing stunning landscapes and breathtaking wildlife. The show's cinematography is top-notch, capturing the beauty and excitement of the adventures that Alan and Denis embark on. From the jagged peaks of the Rocky Mountains to the vast expanse of the Amazon rainforest, Wild Fish Wild Places takes its viewers on a journey that is as visually stunning as it is exciting.

Another standout feature of Wild Fish Wild Places is the dynamic between Alan and Denis. The two hosts have a great rapport, and their friendship and mutual love of fishing are palpable throughout the show. They are both skilled anglers in their own right, and their passion for the sport is infectious. Whether they are swapping fishing stories around the campfire or taking turns catching monster fish, Alan and Denis are a joy to watch.

Overall, Wild Fish Wild Places is a must-watch for any angler or nature lover. The show offers a unique perspective on fishing, one that is focused on exploration and environmental conservation. With stunning visuals, captivating adventures, and a dynamic duo of hosts, it's no wonder that the show has become a favourite among fishing enthusiasts. So if you're looking for a fishing show that will inspire you to explore the wild and protect the natural world, look no further than Wild Fish Wild Places.

Wild Fish Wild Places is a series that is currently running and has 8 seasons (78 episodes). The series first aired on July 2, 2011.

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Seasons
Nevada Snow storm Rainbows
12. Nevada Snow storm Rainbows
July 1, 2018
The crew rally's for a last minute trip as Mother Nature tightens her grip on freezing the north country solid. Denis and Dreu push through a snow storm and frigid temps to hammer big trout! Big fish, snow storms and not a soul around, this is why we love our state.
Lower Sac River Rainbows
11. Lower Sac River Rainbows
July 1, 2018
The WFWP crew meet up with good buddy and guide Justin White. Justin is a guide at the KSL Alaska lodge in the summer and runs a drift boat all winter and fall on the Sacramento River for Rainbow trout. The boys drift the big river in Justin's drift boat and use some long leaders and indicator rigs to get to these fish.
Bottom Fish and Coastal trout
10. Bottom Fish and Coastal trout
July 1, 2018
The boys finally get some weather conducive to getting offshore to chase bottom fish so they take a ride. Bottom fish and black bass out of the kelp beds are happening and Chad from Sandspit Adventures is there guiding the crew. After the long day of bottom fish Denis and Dreu hike into a remote creek to chase coastal rainbow trout and Dolly Varden.
Big Water King Salmon
9. Big Water King Salmon
July 1, 2018
At Sandspit Adventures they take pride in putting you on big king salmon day after day, this day we may have pushed ourselves a little bit too far. A big trip out to Marble Island to chase fish and the wind changes and comes out of nowhere! Time for a slow rough ride back to safety and big salmon.
Sandspit British Columbia
8. Sandspit British Columbia
July 1, 2018
Denis and Dreu travel to the Island of Haida Gwaii, British Columbia to chase King Salmon on the salt. Sandspit adventures is home to one of the premier fishing operations on the Island and the king Salmon are there in abundance! The boys drop crab pots and get ready for a royal feast provided by the ocean.
Lakers Unlimited
7. Lakers Unlimited
July 1, 2018
September in Saskatchewan and the Lakers are moving in shallow. Captain Bruce and Denis head out to try and find these fish that have been hard to locate. Everything comes together and the Lake trout do seem to be unlimited!
September in Saskatchewan
6. September in Saskatchewan
July 1, 2018
Denis heads to one of his favorite places ever, Lake Athabasca to chase Lake Trout moving shallow to spawn. Lake Athabasca is the 9th largest lake in North America and one of the most remote fisheries around but at Lakers Unlimited they have the place dialed. A lot of big lake trout come to the boat and when the weather gets nasty the boys go chase trophy pike!
Charged by a BEAR
5. Charged by a BEAR
July 1, 2018
Remote Alaska is always wild and unpredictable and this fly out day was no exception. The WFWP crew get dropped off on a river to chase Arctic Char and Rainbows but have an up close and scary encounter with a pissed off brown bear. The boys chase more kings on a cloudy day and bring some west coast gangster tricks to the Alaska party that prove valuable.
Alaska Kings
4. Alaska Kings
July 1, 2018
WFWP heads to the Bristol Bay region of Alaska to chase King Salmon. Traditional back trolling of big plugs on the NakNek River at the beautiful King Salmon Lodge is the setting for this show. Giant King Salmon make their return to the rivers and creeks where they were born, to spawn and then die as Mother Nature shows off her brilliance once again.
Jurassic bows and Glaciers
3. Jurassic bows and Glaciers
July 1, 2018
Denis gets dragged by the production crew to the Moreno Glacier just outside of El Calafate but quickly admits it is an amazing sight to see. The boys take an epic hike to the "Aquarium" where they have a perfect day for sight fishing some Monster bows. A few of the largest fish the crew has ever brought to the camera on this episode!
Malbec wine and Giant Rainbows
2. Malbec wine and Giant Rainbows
July 1, 2018
The WFWP crew shows off some Downtown El Calafate, Argentina with a stop to this unique wine shop that has a serious connection to the fly fishing culture. Denis and Dreu take a trip to the river and find some monster fall run rainbow trout then finish the episode with an absolute HOG in an area where Denis has some history.
El Calafate Argentina
1. El Calafate Argentina
July 1, 2018
Denis and Dreu travel to the southern reaches of the famous Patagonia region in South America in search of the largest Rainbow Trout in the world! Jurassic Lake is the unofficial name of this amazing fishery and they will soon see why. Rough travel and windy weather is what the crew is in for on this trip but it is all worth the effort!
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Where to Watch Wild Fish Wild Places
Wild Fish Wild Places is available for streaming on the Sportsman Channel website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Wild Fish Wild Places on demand at Amazon Prime and Amazon.
  • Premiere Date
    July 2, 2011