Max is too rushed to do a thorough job of drawing Koko this morning. Max is going fishing. However, to amuse the clown, he draws a fishing pole and a pond before he goes.
A fisheries expert is approached by a consultant to help realize a sheik's vision of bringing the sport of fly-fishing to the desert and embarks on an upstream journey of faith and fish to prove the impossible possible.
There is a huge fish that swallows boys. A boy tries to fish using himself as bait. He sails a boat to eat this huge fish.
The Christmas Holidays are over and people in town start to do fishing.
Gone Fishing is an animated short featuring the characters of Disney's 2016 animated film Moana. On Motunui, Maui tries to catch a fish with his magical fishhook, only to be comically foiled by the ocean.
After his mothers death, 12-year-old Jaya (Iqbal S. Manurung) is sent to his father, Johar (Didi Petet), who works as a supervisor on a jermal (a fishing platform perched on log stilts in the middle of the sea). Johar is shocked, never knowing he has a son, and rejects the boy as his kin. Fully aware he cant bring Jaya back to land due to a dark past, Johar is forced to accept the boy as a worker on the site. Faced with constant rejection from his father and relentless bullying by the other boys who work on the jermal, Jaya decides to take fate into his own hands. He gives up hope on being accepted and learns the skills and attitude needed to survive on the jermal. Jaya increasingly becomes like the other boys: a tough, rough survivor; while Johar is forced to gradually face and accept his past. Eventually, both Johar and Jaya learn that they are bound by their past, united by the space in which they move, and connected by the inescapable truth.
Documentary about the work of herring fishers in Sicily.
With Pete Smith providing dry off-screen commentary, we watch some serious fishing: a marlin caught near Catalina, a hammerhead shark caught then wrestled in a small rowboat near Baja, the largest great white shark caught to date in California waters (721 pounds), Chinook Indians catching salmon at Celilo Falls in Oregon - each with his designated place on the river where his ancestors stood, and, last, a crew on a boat off Mexico hoisting and hurling tuna using unbarbed hooks (baited only with a feather) as fast as they can as long as the school is there - backbreaking work - but a $25,000 catch.
A man, holding a baby up in his hands, is standing next to a fishbowl. The baby is trying, in vain, to catch a goldfish with his bare hands.
A man casually sets up for a fishing trip at the water's edge. Evening comes and a tug on his line presents him with the body of a woman.
Badil takes place in a tiny barangay in Samar on the eve of an election. The elderly Ponso (Dick Israel) is a veteran campaigner for incumbent Mayor del Mundo. He gets to work on that day, walking around town, handing out money to people who promise to vote for his candidate. He takes his son Lando (Jhong Hilario) with him, giving him an education on how things are supposed to be done. When Ponso falls ill later that day, Lando has to take up his responsibilities. Word comes in that the opposition candidate might be bringing in a huge sum of money into the town to buy out people already loyal to del Mundo. Lando is made to keep watch over their voters, making sure that nobody can give them a better offer.
The Alba Angela sails along the middle of the Strait of Sicily. Salvuccio, the captain, orders the crew to switch off the lights and to cut the engine, as a police patrol will soon be nearby, on the lookout for further landings of illegal immigrants. The crew brings up the nets and silently waits in the dark. In the port of Catania, Ahmed imagines ways of leaving the abandoned boat in which he has been living for five years. At nightfall, he watches a cargo ship unloading goods which are free to circulate throughout Europe. At daybreak, the Alba Angela reaches the port of Catania and berths alongside Ahmed. In this Sicilian town, the illegally fishing trawler, its crew, and the illegal migrant both struggle with poverty, living side by side, in complete ignorance of one another.
Fishing Naked is a comedy. It is a film about four young adults being bad in the woods. They pull Bigfoot hoaxes, scare tourists, disrespect their elders, hook up and smoke dope. That is until they realize there is an alien creature they have inadvertently put in harms way with all the attention they have been attracting to their rural mountain community. As their relationships fray, they hatch a half-baked plot to pull the biggest hoax yet to right their wrongs by deliberately getting caught in the act.
General Ivolgin, forester Kuzmich, and good-natured Lyova lose their way on a fishing trip and wind up in a neighboring country, where they decide to have a good time anyway but end up leaving their vodka and fishing equipment behind.
Danish documentary that follows fishermen in Greenland, from the time when fishing got industrialized. The filmcrew also captures ships fighting the thick ice, meet some locals and some hunters. Also, look out for a 'cameo' by the legendary Danish polar explorer Knud Rasmussen, who played a big part in exploring Greenland. He died short after in 1933 from food poisoning. Produced by H.B. Film.
Another Edison film shot in San Francisco at the Fisherman's Wharf. Once again the camera is looking down on a group of men doing their jobs.
Somewhere in the dead of freezing winter, a kid of about 13 lives with his older sister Wendy and his single mom, who works nights at a bar. The youth, Rob, is in search of a father. When he and Wendy miss the school bus one morning, they knock on the door of their neighbor, Randy, who gives them a ride. It turns out that Wendy is meeting a boyfriend and intends to skip school. Rob figures out how to convince Randy to let him miss school as well, and the two of them will go ice fishing. Maybe Rob has found that father figure he longs for. That night, events take an unexpected turn.
Audrey and her dog Pal try to spend a peaceful day fishing, while avoiding the mean old truant officer.
A group of fisherman, including Howard Hill, "the world's greatest archer," go in search of marlin off the California coast. With fishing line attached to his arrow, Hill plans to spear the fish, which would then be brought aboard the boat by rod and reel.
Three Meals a Day: Fishing Village is a South Korean variety/cooking show in which celebrities live in a rural fishing village. They must catch food for and prepare three meals a day.
Musician John Lurie knows nothing about fishing, but that doesn't stop him from embarking on fishing in exotic locations with friends.
Fishing show, with Charles Butcher, Jason Lewis and Thomas Hird, aka The Blowfish.
Fishing Australia is an Australian fishing television program, produced by WIN Television. The informative program first premiered in 2001 and is broadcast on WIN Television each Saturday. The program is also now broadcast by Channel 9 Perth, Channel 9 Adelaide and NBN Television. This regionally produced Australian recreational program is hosted by professional fishing guide, writer, photographer and television presenter, Rob Paxevanos. Fishing Australia travels the length and breadth of Australia, targeting different species of fish in unique locations. The show is also known for its special guests ranging from iconic Australians, television and media personalities through to local fishing guides and identities. Fishing Australia commenced its 9th Australia season on WIN Television on Saturday 6 June 2009
Fishing and Hunting Club was a short lived DuMont Television Network program aired on Fridays at 9pm ET from October 7, 1949 to March 31, 1950. At one point the name of the show changed to Sports for All. The 30-minute program was hosted by Bill Slater. In the program, panelists answered questions about fishing and hunting. Little else is known about the program.
IN THIS TOTALLY UNIQUE AND PHENOMENAL DVD, TELEVISION’S POPULAR ANGLER, JOHN WILSON, USES FLOAT FISHING TACTIC’S TO SECURE ONE OF THE ALL-TIME BEST FLOAT CATCHES OF DOUBLE FIGURE BREAM EVER FILMED. FISHING A 13-FOOT DEEP SWIM AT A SECLUDED NORFOLK LAKE FROM HIS 12-FOOT BOAT, JOHN MAKES GOOD USE OF THE SLIDER FLOAT, PRESENTING LOBTAILS OVER A PREBAITED AREA TO CATCH HUGE, SLAB-SIDED BREAM, THE LARGEST WEIGHING IN AT CLOSE ON 14lbs. JOHN FREELY ADMITS THAT HAD HE NOT BEEN UNDER THE RESTRAINTS OF FILMING THAT DAY, WHICH SLOWS EVERYTHING DOWN, A BAG OF 20 OR EVEN 30, DOUBLE FIGURE BREAM COULD HAVE BEEN ON THE CARDS. FOLLOWING ON FROM THIS BONAZA, JOHN TACKLES THE FASTFLOWING RIVER TEST IN HAMPSHIRE, BEST KNOWN FOR ITS SEA TROUT AND SALMON. USING STRET-PEGGING TACTICS, JOHN LANDS A PAIR OF BEAUTIFULLY CONDITIONED AND SCALED 20lb-PLUS MIRROR CARP ON HIS AVON ROD AND CENTRE-PIN REEL, BOTH OF WHICH ACCEPTED THE MOST SIMPLE BAITS; BREADFLAKE. TOTALLY MIND-BLOWING FOOTAGE, FILMED AT BEAUTIFUL LOCATIONS DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS, THIS PROGRAMME PROVIDES BOTH INSTRUCTIONAL AND ENTERTAINING VIEWING. Total running time – 70 Minutes
The ITM Fishing Show or The Ultimate Fishing Show is a New Zealand television program about extreme sports fishing. It features stunt fisherman Matt Watson who catches game fish such as marlin in unusual ways such as from jet ski and surfboard. After practising for 11 months, he was able to catch a black marlin by diving upon it from a helicopter, an exploit which has led to him being styled Gannet Man, after the diving seabird. The show started as a low budget production in Northland in New Zealand but has now been picked up by the Discovery and Animal Planet channels and will be broadcast in the USA in October 2009. Excerpts from the show have been a hit on YouTube where David Letterman learnt of it. When interviewed on The Late Show, Matt said, "...doing my job, you need balls".
Ultimate Match Fishing is a sport fishing television series airing on the Outdoor Channel since 2005. It is hosted by Joe Thomas.
Fed up with hanging around on the same riverbanks? Join Matt Hayes as he explores Cuba in search of sun, cocktails and of course, fish.
Comedians and lifelong friends Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse share their personal and hilarious life experiences while travelling around the UK fishing for elusive species.
Mr. Crabtree Goes Fishing is a television series on Quest, first airing in January 2013. It is based on a 1940's comic strip.
Extreme Fishing with Robson Green is a factual entertainment show broadcast on Channel 5. The show sees actor and fishing enthusiast Robson Green travel around the world in search of the greatest fishing destinations. There have been five series to date. A spin-off series entitled Robson's Extreme Fishing Challenge began airing on April 9 2012.
Rich Hall's Fishing Show was a comedy programme written by and starring Rich Hall and Mike Wilmot. It was first broadcast on 11 November 2003 in the United Kingdom on BBC Four. It was repeated in the UK on Dave in 2008. The Fishing with the Corleones sequence involving the late Anita Roddick was omitted from the repeat. The show was set in the lochs of Scotland, on which Hall and Wilmot would go fishing. However, very few fish were caught, and the situation instead formed the setting for dialogue between the pair which would be vaguely themed on subjects like love or the Olympic Games. Some episodes featured sketches involving characters such as Bob, a decapitated limousine driver whose head had survived, and Charles Manson, a reclusive salesman who, despite his appearance, was not the convicted serial killer of the same name. Each episode would end with a celebrity guest who was invited on to the boat to talk and fish with the pair. At the end of each show, a celebrity guest would appear and talk with Hall and Wilmot. The idea was seen earlier in a pilot the pair had called Rich Hall's Badly Funded Think Tank. In that show, the segment was titled "Fishing with the Corleones", but in the Fishing Show these sections are unappended.
Robson's Extreme Fishing Challenge is a factual entertainment show broadcast on Channel 5 and a spin-off series to Extreme Fishing with Robson Green. The show sees actor and fishing enthusiast Robson Green travel around the world to some of the greatest fishing destinations, where he challenges local masters of their craft over five rounds of competitive fishing. For both series, the show has aired Mondays at 9pm on Channel 5.