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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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