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Renowned saltwater fishing master George Poveromo hosts this long-running series that presents information on catching a wide range of coastal and offshore saltwater game fish. Filming occurs along the coastal U.S. and popular angling destinations abroad, with Poveromo providing tips on how to catch a wide variety of fish, from exotic species like blue marlin and bonefish to regional favorites such as dolphin, wahoo, tuna, king mackerel, striped bass, grouper, snapper, bluefish, redfish and flounder.

Latest episodes

aired 23 days ago
It's late November, a prime time for striped bass, and he's joined by premier South Jersey pro Captain Tom Daffin. Together, they look for bass along the coast by employing several tactics - trolling, jigging and live baiting.
aired 30 days ago
The Florida Keys enjoyed some of its best dolphin fishing in years, with plenty remaining through November! Poveromo and Kevin Jeffries take advantage of a beautiful fall day and textbook-perfect weedline to go on the troll aboard the MARC VI.
aired 37 days ago
George teams up with Willard Franklin III to fish for bull reds. Franklin takes Poveromo out by the jetties, where they anchor and soak live and cut baits.
aired 44 days ago
Just how phenominal can the fishing be off the Florida Keys? You'll see in this thrilling episode, where Poveromo and local ace Jimmy Gagliardini set forth to drop on wrecks, run and gun for dolphin, and then try for a tarpon on their way back in.
aired 51 days ago
Fishing some 90 miles from Miami's Haulover Inlet to the Blue Marlin Cove, West End, Grand Bahama. Their goal: Run and gun as well as troll for dolphin, then - during the afternoon - switch to chasing birds and live-baiting for tunas.
aired 58 days ago
Poveromo teams up with local light tackle guide Captain Brad Nowicki to pursue mutton snapper around Rebecca Shoal proper, and then flag yellowtails just offshore.
aired 65 days ago
In this episode Beth guides Poveromo to a spot along the Norfolk Canyon to pursue oversized Goldens.
aired 72 days ago
The backcountry behind Islamorada in the Florida Keys is home to numerous shallow water game fish. However, a lesser-known fishery occurring back here when winter arrives is the Spanish mackerel run. When it's on, the action is fast and furious.
aired 79 days ago
There are certainly challenges involved with bottom fishing at depths exceeding 500 feet, but the rewards are well worth the extra elbow grease; whatever comes up from these cold waters will surely make excellent meals.
aired 123 days ago
Poveromo joins up with Captain Chris Hanson for some light tackle action. Hanson shows just how productive the local Key Largo waters can be by keeping the rods bending on snook and tarpon.
aired 151 days ago
Renowned saltwater fishing master George Poveromo hosts this long-running series that presents information on catching a wide range of coastal and offshore saltwater game fish. Filming occurs along the coastal U.S. and popular angling destinations abroad, with Poveromo providing tips on how to catch a wide variety of fish, from exotic species like blue marlin and bonefish to regional favorites such as dolphin, wahoo, tuna, king mackerel, striped bass, grouper, snapper, bluefish, redfish and flounder.
aired 151 days ago
Renowned saltwater fishing master George Poveromo hosts this long-running series that presents information on catching a wide range of coastal and offshore saltwater game fish. Filming occurs along the coastal U.S. and popular angling destinations abroad, with Poveromo providing tips on how to catch a wide variety of fish, from exotic species like blue marlin and bonefish to regional favorites such as dolphin, wahoo, tuna, king mackerel, striped bass, grouper, snapper, bluefish, redfish and flounder.
aired 176 days ago
Florida-based kayak guide Dee Kaminskion has her first-ever Florida Keys fishing trip; the team stays at Poveromo's favorite digs in Islamorada - Pines and Palms Resort.
aired 177 days ago
Poveromo returns to his old stomping grounds in North Biscayne Bay to take his daughter, Megan, fishing.
aired 205 days ago
Renowned saltwater fishing master George Poveromo hosts this long-running series that presents information on catching a wide range of coastal and offshore saltwater game fish. Filming occurs along the coastal U.S. and popular angling destinations abroad, with Poveromo providing tips on how to catch a wide variety of fish, from exotic species like blue marlin and bonefish to regional favorites such as dolphin, wahoo, tuna, king mackerel, striped bass, grouper, snapper, bluefish, redfish and flounder.
aired 205 days ago
Renowned saltwater fishing master George Poveromo hosts this long-running series that presents information on catching a wide range of coastal and offshore saltwater game fish. Filming occurs along the coastal U.S. and popular angling destinations abroad, with Poveromo providing tips on how to catch a wide variety of fish, from exotic species like blue marlin and bonefish to regional favorites such as dolphin, wahoo, tuna, king mackerel, striped bass, grouper, snapper, bluefish, redfish and flounder.
aired 330 days ago
Poveromo and Capt. Shannon Attales head offshore in search of dolphin during a couple of hot August days.
aired 344 days ago
George takes his second trip of the year to Cudjoe with local captain Andrew Tipler; the fine art of wreck fishing.
aired 358 days ago
Poveromo and long-time pal Captain Mark Schmidt head for the Marquesas in a Mako 334 MARC VI.Schmidt.
aired 400 days ago
Renowned saltwater fishing master George Poveromo hosts this long-running series that presents information on catching a wide range of coastal and offshore saltwater game fish. Filming occurs along the coastal U.S. and popular angling destinations abroad, with Poveromo providing tips on how to catch a wide variety of fish, from exotic species like blue marlin and bonefish to regional favorites such as dolphin, wahoo, tuna, king mackerel, striped bass, grouper, snapper, bluefish, redfish and flounder.
aired 400 days ago
Renowned saltwater fishing master George Poveromo hosts this long-running series that presents information on catching a wide range of coastal and offshore saltwater game fish. Filming occurs along the coastal U.S. and popular angling destinations abroad, with Poveromo providing tips on how to catch a wide variety of fish, from exotic species like blue marlin and bonefish to regional favorites such as dolphin, wahoo, tuna, king mackerel, striped bass, grouper, snapper, bluefish, redfish and flounder.

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