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Best friends Chris Owens, Brian Jill, Thad Robison and Jay Johnson go where no one has ventured before to fuel their passion for extreme fishing. To chase rumors of giant fish in untouched waters, the adventurers explore Earth's most remote, dangerous destinations, from glacial streams in Greenland to raging rapids in Borneo. The largely self-shot series allows viewers to trek alongside the foursome on their journeys, during which they meet and befriend locals, and trail some of the most remarkable, elusive fish in the world. In the end, the guys are bonded by one idea -- the only difference between an obstacle and an adventure is one's attitude.

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The crew heads to one of the most remote and inhospitable jungles of Ecuador to try and land an arapaima, the largest scaled freshwater fish in the world.
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Four friends set out on a grueling jungle expedition where they face torrential rains and deadly insects in a quest to verify a rumor of giant golden dorado in an uncharted Bolivian river.
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The guys head deep into Zambia in search of large tigerfish and the only things standing in their way are 400 miles of unpaved roads, crocodiles, hippos and a serious lack of fuel.
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Lake Windsor on Inagua Island is home to a mystery. How did giant ocean-dwelling fish get into a lake with no natural inlet or outlet? The Fish or Die team journeys to the tropics to investigate the mystery and hopefully catch some world-class bonefish.
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The men risk life and limb traveling through Borneo's jungles in search of mahseer, which has been fished almost to extinction.
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The crew heads to Mongolia in search of taimen, the largest, most ferocious member of the salmon family.
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In Mexico, the crew navigates a maze of crocodile and mosquito-infested waterways and lagoons in search of a rumored paradise for fishing tarpon.
aired 29 days ago
Off the extreme eastern tip of Papua New Guinea lies Milne Bay and it's rumored to be home to huge schools of one of the greatest sportfish ever, the giant trevally; trying to hook and land a giant trevally on a fly rod will be the ultimate test.
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The guys discover Greenland is wilderness at its most pure - and most dangerous - when they follow a lead to an extremely remote river believed to hold massive Arctic char.
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The crew travels to Australia, where aboriginal guides take them way off the grid to a fisherman's paradise in search of barramundi.

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