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Popular Animal Planet personality Jeremy Wade, the nine-season star of the network's top-rated series "River Monsters," returns to waterways across the globe to investigate reports of the unimaginable and unexplained. He takes viewers on journeys beneath the water to remote areas, to islands lost in time and out into the open ocean to investigate reports that include entire fish species suddenly disappearing; unexplained sightings of mythical beasts; once thriving rivers now empty; and genetic oddities that may have produced the biggest monsters yet.

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A recent sighting in South Africa of a half-human, half-fish beast draws Jeremy Wade into the story of a creature with ancient origins and a fearsome reputation.
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Jeremy Wade travels to the island of Tasmania in search of a colossal freshwater beast on the verge of disappearing forever.
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Jeremy is on a journey to catch a monstrous, man-sized pike, starting in the lakes of Ireland and leading to un-fished waters on the edge of the Arctic Circle in Sweden.
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Something is wiping out the fish in Australia's Fitzroy River, and Jeremy is determined to discover the cause.
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The Aleutian Islands are home to some of the most remote communities on earth; Jeremy Wade sets out to investigate reports of strange, alien species in the waters around the islands and the disappearance of fish that have been there for generations.
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Jeremy heads to Australia to investigate a terrifying underwater attack by a six-foot beast in a remote Outback river.
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Fisherman and adventurer Jeremy Wade travels to Alaska to discover what has happened to the king salmon.
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Fisherman and adventurer Jeremy Wade travels to Lake Garda in northern Italy to investigate a 16th-century monster fish.
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Biologist Jeremy Wade spotlights the bizarre, the weird and the mysterious as he investigates baffling, unsolved mysteries beneath the water's surface.

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Jeremy Wade is not a fisherman; he's an "extreme angler" in search of the biggest and most dangerous freshwater fish, the kind with a taste for human flesh. This action-adventure series also features Wade illustrating how these river monsters are constructed to kill.
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Biologist Jeremy Wade spotlights the bizarre, the weird and the mysterious as he investigates baffling, unsolved mysteries beneath the water's surface.
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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.
World-renowned angler/guide Carter "Big Boy" Andrews demonstrates his legendary fishing exploits, traveling around the world to catch and release some of the planet's greatest fish species. Deep in the Peruvian Amazon, Andrews pursues the massive arapaima, a prehistoric air-breathing fish that can weight as much as 300 pounds; on Portugal's Algarve coast, he searches for a 1,000-pound blue marlin; and the mythical Golden Dorado, known for its strength and razor-sharp teeth, is his prey in Bolivia, among other adventures. Andrews manages nearly 300 days of fishing each year, a workload he has maintained for more than three decades. He has won many fishing tournaments and has been a member of Fly Fishing Team USA.
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Even a little local knowledge can be the difference between making or breaking a fishing expedition. That's the attitude veteran anglers Ali Hussainy and Rush Maltz celebrate on this show. The friends from opposite ends of the country -- Ali is a Californian, while Rush is from the Florida Keys -- explore their home grounds as well as exotic hot spots, seeking out unique aspects and hidden jewels of each destination. The also recognize the characters who pursue a lifelong addiction to fishing and the outdoors. "We want to eat and hang out where the locals do," Rush says. "That is where the real fishing stories are told."