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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."

Latest episodes

aired 24 days ago
Ali and Rush look back at Season Four adventures and revisit the concept behind "Local Knowledge."
aired 31 days ago
Ali and Rush join up with Australian friend and owner of Nomad Tackle, Damon Olsen to target Bluefin Tuna in San Diego. The fish are around, but the guys will need use every trick they have in their book to get the lure designer his prize.
aired 38 days ago
Rush and Ali continue to enjoy long days and great fishing as they immerse themselves in the Alaskan lifestyle and get to know more than just the fishery.
aired 52 days ago
The crew lands in Seward, Alaska, to fish with longtime friends at Cracker Jack Sportfishing for large halibut and lingcod.
aired 66 days ago
The low country adventure continues as the guys fish Rush's new 322 SeaVee out of Jereme Creek and the Village of McClellanville in South Carolina; Jacks, Grouper, and some of the largest Red Snapper the guys have seen make for solid action.
aired 94 days ago
Rush and Ali head to the small town of McClellanville in the low country of South Carolina to fish with buddy Chris Morrison for some familiar bottom species; using Key West tactics, the guys reminisce about Chris' years living in the Florida Keys.
aired 108 days ago
The Baja adventure continues as Ali and Rush search for the bait balls that hold striped marlin in large numbers; a Baja sleigh ride shaves over an hour off their boat run to the fishing grounds.
aired 115 days ago
Ali and Rush head into Baja to fish with longtime friend Chris Jones in the fabled waters of Magdalena Bay; situated in a remote camp on an island, the guys hope to intercept hoards of striped marlin that make for one of the most unique fisheries.
aired 122 days ago
Springtime has sprung for Ali and Rush on their respective coasts, and it's a great time to grab a buddy and head offshore to take advantage of what happens on the water at this time of year.
aired 136 days ago
Ali and Rush head to Northern California with the new Local Knowledge SeaVee to fish for a species new to both of them; the guys team up with Zach Medina and Virginia Salvador of Gatecrasher Charters to set up the White Sturgeon Road Block.
aired 150 days ago
Local Knowledge goes NASCAR in a unique collaboration with Starcom Racing and Superior Essex as they field a one-of-a-kind mahi-wrapped car in the championship race at the Miami Homestead Speedway.
aired 164 days ago
After taking delivery of the new Local Knowledge 34' SeaVee Z boat, the guys decide to bring it down to the Florida Keys for a proper shakedown before it makes its way to the other side of the country.
aired 207 days ago
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."
aired 214 days ago
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."
aired 221 days ago
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."
aired 228 days ago
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."
aired 235 days ago
The journey along the Sea of Cortez midriff continues as the guys head further south, fishing the enchanted islands of Baja for grouper, marlin, and yellowtail.
aired 242 days ago
Ali and Rush head to Baja to meet with old friend Julio Meza and fish the diverse Sea of Cortez and Isla Encantada; with the mother ship close behind, the guys work up and down the coast, fishing for some of Baja's prized species.
aired 249 days ago
With 1,700 miles of road ahead, Rush and Ali continue their cross-country road trip from Florida to California with the new 32-foot Andros in tow.
aired 255 days ago
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."
aired 256 days ago
With the completion of the 32' Andros build, the new LK boat makes the journey to the West Coast; stopping along the way in Louisiana, Rush and Ali visit friends Eric and Monique Newman to help break in the new ride.

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