Mark Tobin heads to the gulf of Mississippi to do some deep sea salt water fishing. You gotta see the size of these hammerjacks, and jack crevalle’s he reels in.

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Mark Tobin heads down to Oklahoma, to reel in a prehistoric fish that dates all the way back to the dinosaurs. The spoonbill however gives Mark a lot more than he bargained for on the Grand Lake O’ Cherokee.

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The American Outdoorsman is at Pomme DeTerre Lake. Mark Tobin along with special guest discuss the best techniques in locating, catching, and releasing crappie during the cold winter months.

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by Bob Jensen  This is the time of year when many anglers start thinking about the approaching open water fishing season.  Those thoughts remind them that they need or want a new rod for that approaching open water fishing season.  Some anglers want a technique specific rod, others want a rod that will enable them […]

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by Bob Jensen Hard to believe, but it’s already time to start thinking about end of the season ice-fishing.  In the southern stretches of the ice-fishing zone, the end of the season bite will start soon: In fact it has probably already started. In the northern regions of the ice-fishing world, the season can extend […]

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by Bob Jensen I think my open water fishing trips for 2015 are over. As I was storing some of my open water equipment recently I got to thinking: This last season of fishing was pretty darn good! Then I got to thinking more: The past few fishing seasons have been pretty good! In fact, […]

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The American Outdoorsman heads the Amazon Basin in Brazil to reel in one of the most ferocious bait snaggers in the world, the Brazilian Peacock Bass.

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When you see the size of these bass from Gridley City Lake, you’ll understand why they are known to feed on anything. Which makes AO Host Mark Tobin a happy fisherman.

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