Paul Young heads to Esthwaite Lake near Windermere, where he discovers why the waters are such a popular location for trout fly-fishing.
Paul Young meets with fly-fishing expert Patrick Arnold to drift the shore for beautiful wild brown trout.
Angler Paul Young trolls lures and spinners for wild salmon at Loch Awe in Scotland; Upper Lough Erne pike in Ireland.
Travelling to South America, Paul Young explores the crystal clear waters and fly-fishes for river brown trout.
Paul Young joins former Scottish National Fishing Champion Mike Forbes for a spot of trout fishing at the Kingennie fishery near Dundee.
Paul Young joins wreck-fishing specialist Mike Winehoffer at Key West in Florida, where they fish for grouper, snapper, shark and giant barracuda.
Trout fly-fishing champion Alistair McFarlane reveals effective flies and lures at Loch Fad on the island of Bute.
Paul Young starts out coarse fishing for roach at Camlough Lake in Ireland, then heads for the estuary shoreline in search of sea trout and bass.
Dever Springs in Hampshire is famous for its record-breaking trout.
Paul Young journeys to the tropical paradise of southern Cuba, fly-fishing the Caribbean waters for bonefish and tarpon with guide Victor Gonzales.
Angler Paul Young is in Cumbria at the Lowther and Emont, which feed into the River Eden; tips from fly-fishing champion Andrew Dickson.
Tope fishing at Carlingford Lough on Ireland's east coast is the order of the day for anglers Paul Young and Peyton Cunningham.
Angler Paul Young heads for the Lake District in Cumbria, where he and guide Dave Coleman aim to catch double-figure pike on Esthwaite Lake.
Paul Young fishes for lightning-fast permit, mangrove snapper and barracuda in the south Florida Keys.
Angler Paul Young explores Russia's Kola Peninsula, fly-fishing the majestic East Litza river for bright summer run Atlantic salmon and brown trout.
Paul heads to Southport in Lancaster to fish for landlocked salmon, trout and grayling.
Tarpon, bull sharks and speckled trout are found in the backcountry shallows of Florida.
Tarpon fishing in the Florida Keys; techniques and tackle.
Paul heads to the Lax River in Norway, which has a world famous reputation for large Atlantic salmon.
Paul and his long-term fishing buddy Jim Brown check out the rising interest in coarse fishing in central Scotland.
Paul fishes the glacial lakes of Chile for big Patagonian brown trout and discovers the delights of the Andes mountains.
Paul Young and his guide Rex Bryngelson are in Chile for a fly fishing, rafting adventure set in the scenic gorges of the Andes.
In pursuit of the sea run brown trout, Paul travels 8,000 miles to South America with his guide, Alberto.
Paul heads to Killearn House Fishery near Glasgow, which stocks rainbow trout and allows people to fish all year round.
Cruising around the Seychelles aboard a 47-foot catamaran, Paul Young trolls and fly fishes for tuna, sailfish and anything else that will bite.
Paul and Dominic Moore reminisce about fishing at Loch Alvie in the Badenoch and Strathspey regions.
Fisherman Paul uses a technique known as wogging to catch chum salmon in the Alagnak River in Alaska.
Paul realizes his ambition to catch bonefish on the fly in the beautiful, iridescent blue waters of the Indian Ocean in the Seychelles.
Paul fishes in the Rutland Water reservoir, the largest man-made lake in western Europe, for brown and rainbow trout.
Paul meets his match against a large European catfish along the banks of the Ebro River in Aragon, Spain.
Fisherman Paul Young visits Avington trout fishery in Hampshire, where they raise their own fin-perfect fish.
Paul tries a variety of bass fishing methods in his pursuit of America's number-one fish while on a high-speed boat in Michigan.
Paul fishes for wild river brown trout in the Norwegian highlands and then heads down the fast-flowing river by canoe to explore the lower waterfalls.
Paul visits the windswept island of South Uist in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland.
Paul is with the locals in Alaska, which means fishing with the masses of other anglers along the muddy banks.
Paul is in remote southern Alaska where he's trying a variety of fly fishing methods to catch the silvers beginning to move up river from the sea.
Paul is in the highlands of Costa Rica to coarse fish on Lake Arenal, the country's largest inland fishing lake.
Paul Young does some sea angling on the west coast of Norway near the small Viking village of Bessaker.
Paul's going back to the rainbow trout's origins in Alaska, where they feed on flies and other aquatic insects.
Paul is fishing for trout on the lochs of Sutherland in the extreme north of the Scottish mainland, surrounded by spectacular mountains and glens.
Paul heads for the Grong, area of northern central Norway to the world famous River Namsen.
Paul heads for the south of England for a spot of course fishing on the river Rother.
Paul is in Ontario, Canada to fish Lake Erie for Steelhead trout.
Paul takes the ferry to Lewis in the Outer Hebrides to fly fish for summer salmon on the famous Grimistar River.
Paul travels to the world famous angling destination of Costa Rica.
Paul Young and guide Kensey Cuthbert descend in the early morning on the waters of Vancouver Island's Cowichan River to fish for wild brown trout.
Paul Young explores the angling potential of inshore fishing in Mazatlan, Mexico, by trolling for red and black snapper.
Paul Young enters a coarse angling competition at one of the UK's premier coarse fishing venues, the Golden Valley fishery.
Paul Young joins the crew of the Heidrikur as it heads out to sea to fish for cod, catfish, haddock, whiting and flat fish.
Paul Young fishes for Irish brown trout in the Black Water River in County Meeth, and then in Lough Moher in County Mayo.
Paul Young visits the beautiful tree-lined river Ness in Invernesshire to fly fish for Atlantic salmon in August.
Paul Young travels with local skipper Wayne Dealey to the waters around Vancouver Island, Canada, in search of halibut.
Paul Young heads for the shores of Lough Furnace in County Mayo, Ireland, where he teams up with fish scientist and fanatical angler Dr. Ken Wellan.
Paul Young heads for New Orleans, where he joins Richard Hussar to fish in the Gulf of Mexico, where oil and gas rigs attract a host of fish.
Paul Young goes drift boat fishing with local guide Kensey Cuthbert on the Nitinat River off Canada's Vancouver Island.
Paul Young returns to his native Scotland and joins Richard Philip to fish for wild brown trout and rainbows in the Glendevon Valley.
Speckled trout; catfish; flounder.
Paul travels to the Kola Peninsula in northern Russia to fish the mighty and remote Yokanga River for Atlantic salmon.
Extreme fly-fishing on Mexico's Pacific coast.
Paul travels to Patagonia, South America, to try the local method of brown trout fishing using live grasshoppers as bait.
Paul returns to more local shores when he travels to Lake Lomond and the River Tay in Scotland for some salmon, trout, pike and perch fishing.
Paul journeys to northern Argentina in search of the freshwater dorado, a fish that is difficult to catch due to its extreme shyness.
Fisherman Paul Young goes sub-tropical fishing in the Florida Keys in search of the lightning-fast bonefish.
Paul is in Tierra del Fuego on the southern tip of Argentina to fish for world-class sea trout in challenging winds.
Paul catches a flight to the remote Great River Lakes, where the sockeye salmon have spectacular fighting credentials.
Paul is in search of brown trout and grayling.
Paul's in Alaska to drift fish for wild Kenai River rainbow trout.
Phil Robichaux is Paul Young's guide to the network of waterways that make up the Louisiana Wetlands in the Mississippi Delta.
Paul's in the Florida Keys for a spot of Tarpon fishing.
Paul meets with a pike fly fisher who has spent years perfecting the art and designing effective flies.
Paul is back in Alaska, this time sea angling for halibut.
Paul Young embarks on a quest for the elusive barbel in the upper stretches of the River Great Ouse in Bedfordshire.
Paul Young, upon his arrival to Alaska, discovers that an angler has just landed a 65-pound king salmon.
Paul Young searches the Florida Keys for the dorado, a highly prized sporting fish.
Paul fishes man-made waters ranging from a home-made loch in Ayrshire to Glasgow's 200-year-old Forth & Clyde Canal.
Paul Young crosses the border into England to fish the magnificent chalk streams for trout and grayling.
Paul Young joins up with Mary Hughes, Ireland's only female charter skipper.
Paul takes the ferry to the western Isles, to Lewis in the Outer Hebrides to fly-fish for summer salmon.
Expert fisherman Paul Young heads for the exotic island of Mauritius, where he shows just who's boss when it comes to first-class fishing.
Paul Young looks at the growing popularity in Scotland of stillwater trout fishing.
Paul Young fishes for the predatory ferox trout that can grow to over 20 pounds in some Scottish lochs.
Paul Young heads for the islands of Harris and North Ulst in search of island sea trout.
Paul Young fishes the North Esk River at the Morphy dyke and then at the lower beats of the Spey River.
Paul Young travels the Margale River from Glasgow to New Glasgow in Nova Scotia to fish for Atlantic salmon.
Paul travels to Southern Iceland to fish the Ranga River.
Paul Young visits the Alagnak River in Alaska in time to witness the huge runs of the sockeye salmon entering the river in their millions.