Mark Tobin with a very reasonable and special request. Over-harvesting has taken its toll on fish populations. Therefore, what you take and what you release makes all the difference.
On the Kenai River in Alaska, Mark Tobin experiences the power of the King Salmon.
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.
Mark Tobin gives you three little words that will help bring down more birds.
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.
The American Outdoorsman go international as AO Pro Staffer Mark Tobin heads toward South America, to take part in one Brazilian tradition. The catching of the beautiful Brazil Peacock Bass along the Amazon River.
The American Outdoorsman heads to our neighbor in the north to reel in the fighting Chinook Salmon with the Oak Bay Marine Group.
Find out the best way to bait a salmon luer from The American Outdoorsman favorite fisherman Mark Tobin. While he fishes in the beautiful scenic British Columbia.
Join The American Outdoorsman favorite fisherman Mark Tobin as he ventures out to British Columbia to attempt to reel in a variety of different fish, in this full show.
Get that fish to stop moving around and prevent it from jumping out of your hands while you are fly fishing with this simple tip.