The world's most extreme fisherman is back and this time he's travelling the world to tangle with the ocean's greatest fish!
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Final: Matt and the team explore what truly is one of the world's final fishing frontiers: Principe Island - a tiny dot in the Atlantic Ocean 150 nautical miles off the west coast of Africa.
Matt and the team prepare all the gear they need for an epic land-based fishing mission.
The technology available to anglers today is incredible. But do all these things compensate for fishing skill and knowledge? Today we put this to the test...
When Matt set himself the challenge of catching a big marlin from his kayak it becomes a wild ride - literally.
Matt goes to a surf beach in summer on a mission to uncover the extent of big sharks that we share the water with in the shallows.
Matt and the team venture to the Ranfuly banks, far off shore from New Zealand's East Cape.
Matt assembles a team of keen women and they make their own fishing show. Sorry fellas but most of you will never catch fish like these in your lifetime!
Aitutaki has been described as the world's most beautiful natural lagoon. But it's what lives within the lagoon, and in the surrounding Pacific Ocean that is the focus of Matt's attention.
Matt sets out from New Zealand's rugged South Island aboard a commercial tuna boat and takes along his rod gear to try to be the first in the world to catch a southern swordfish on rod and reel.
Matt ventures to the tiny Pacific nation of Niue, where for centuries local fishermen have been fishing for tuna from their out rigger canoes. Matt sets his sights on a giant tuna.
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