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Capt. Bou Bosso and Capt. Jared Raskob fish during the tarpon migration through the Florida Keys.

Latest episodes

aired 485 days ago
Bou explains how tarpon lay up in Islamorada and how the water quality issues in Lake Okeechobee impact the entire state of Florida; Luis Cortes is permitted to catch a fish of a lifetime.
aired 486 days ago
Jared and Bou travel to El Pescador Lodge in San Pedro, Belize, with the Fieldworkers Club for a tarpon tagging expedition.
aired 491 days ago
Bou and Jared take friends fishing for tarpon in the Marquesas Keys.
aired 491 days ago
Bou and Jared visit the Marquesas with friends Brian and Mark on the Eleven Experience Mothership.
aired 492 days ago
Bou and Jared go tarpon fishing around Islamorada on their day off.
aired 492 days ago
Captain Jared Raskob and former Key West guide Charlie Johnson fish in Islamorada.
aired 498 days ago
Bou and Jared fish in the Cheeca Lodge & Spa Tarpon Invitational.
aired 499 days ago
Bou and Jared fish in the Cheeca Lodge & Spa Tarpon Invitational.
aired 499 days ago
Jared fishes with Luis Cortes and works with University of Miami to tag fish in Islamorada.
aired 500 days ago
The tarpon arrive in Islamorada in late spring; hosted by Jared Raskob.
aired 563 days ago
Capt. Bou Bosso and Capt. Jared Raskob fish during the tarpon migration through the Florida Keys.
aired 565 days ago
Silver Kings crew visit the Marquesas on the Eleven Experience Mothership with friends. The tarpon fishing goes off and reveals how amazing the Marquesas can be when caught right.
aired 577 days ago
Capt. Bou Bosso and Capt. Jared Raskob fish during the tarpon migration through the Florida Keys.
aired 578 days ago
Capt. Bou Bosso and Capt. Jared Raskob fish during the tarpon migration through the Florida Keys.
aired 584 days ago
Silver Kings team up with University of Miami to satellite tag fish in Islamorada.
aired 629 days ago
Bou and Jared fish in the Cheeca Lodge & Spa Tarpon Invitational; Bou gets paired with Pastor Ed Young; Jared with Sam Kaufman.
aired 643 days ago
Capt. Bou Bosso and Capt. Jared Raskob fish during the tarpon migration through the Florida Keys.
aired 650 days ago
Capt. Bou Bosso and Capt. Jared Raskob fish during the tarpon migration through the Florida Keys.
aired 654 days ago
Capt. Bou Bosso and Capt. Jared Raskob fish during the tarpon migration through the Florida Keys.

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