TV Fishing Show Videos with The Florida Fishing Experts

Hope you enjoy watching some of our TV fishing show videos footage we have filmed on ESPN, Outdoor Channel, NBC Sports, ABC Sports, Versus, Pursuit Channel, History Channel, Speed Channel and others. This is a small portion of the hundreds of shows and commercials we have been fortunate enough to work with, again hope you enjoy them as much as we did making them….!


Florida Peacock Bass Fishing with Bill Dance |
Peacock Bass Fly Fishing with Field & Stream|
Kayak Bass Fishing Lake Okeechobee|
Florida Wildlife Foundation Fundraiser|
Snakehead Fishing in Fort Lauderdale|
Everglades Fishing with Big City Fishing|
Peacock Bass Fishing with Big City Fishing|
A look back at BASS with Big City fishing|
Florida Sportsman Adventures|
Kayak Fishing Show|
Kayak Snakehead Fishing|
NASCAR Charity Fishing Tournament|
Mighty Bite Lure Commercial|
Wounded Warriors Project October 2010|
Wounded Warriors Project June-2010|
Wounded Warriors May-2010|
ESPN Rods & Wheels Series (Lake Okeechobee)|
ESPN Rods & Wheels Series (Miami)|
ESPN Rods & Wheels Series (Everglades)|
Florida Peacock Bass with N. American Fisherman|
Florida Largemouth bass with N. American Fisherman|
Rhino Rod Commercial|
NASCAR Speed channel commercial|[/youtubegallery]


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Chain Pickerel


Appearance:Chain pickerel are deep olive-green on the back, shading to a creamy yellow on the belly, with the back and anal fin about the same size and located far back on an elongated body. A distinct black chain-like or interwoven marking on the sides give them their name. Habitat:Found statewide, normally in vegetated lakes, swamps and backwaters of small to large rivers. Behavior:Spawning occurs in late winter to spring among heavy aquatic weed growth or flooded grasses, in water from a few inches deep to several feet deep. Large number of adhesive eggs are scattered over vegetation. State Record:6.96 lbs. Big Catch: 27 inches or 4 lbs.