On The Water’s Andy Nabreski teams up with contributing writer Ron Powers in a quest to land the biggest cod of their careers.
This is On The Water’s first-ever spear fishing episode, filmed by diving fisherman Mike Laptew.
It’s road-trip time, and Neal Larsson, Chris Megan, and Andy Nabreski make tracks for the northernmost reaches of Maine, braving two flat tires and more than 90 miles of logging roads to reach their destination.
On The Water’s Matt Gleckman heads to Maine in search of landlocked Atlantic salmon and lake trout.
Accompanied by Captain Mark Anderson of Kingfisher Charters, Chris Megan and Andy Nabreski start the day catching 1- to 2-pound hickory shad for the livewell.
We begin the show with Andy Nabreski fishing one of the small ponds on Cape Cod.
Captain Eric Gustafson takes Gene Bourque, Jay Baver and Andy Nabreski out on The Rooster for a full day’s worth of fishing around Block Island.
The tuna bite in the canyons has been hot, and as soon as Andy Nabreski gets the call that a spot has opened up on a trip to a juicy temperature break offshore, he leaves the office and bolts down to the harbor.
On The Water’s Chris Megan hits the rocky shores of Beavertail Light with Rhode Island sharpie Steve McKenna for a lesson in rigging and casting Slug-Gos.