This time, Robson travels to one of the most prolific fishing grounds in South America. Off Ecuador's Pacific Coast, a staggering twenty percent of the world's fish catch is caught. Robson is here to target one voracious carnivore: the Grouper.
Robson travels to the third largest island in the world and one of the most biologically diverse landscapes known to catch fish with super-powers. He teams up with some of Borneo's top anglers to catch a deep sea monster that can become invisible.
Robson travels to the heart of Central America on a mission to catch a fast fish species. Next, he aims to snag the sharp toothed Sierra Mackerel. Then, he discovers the flooded crater of a super volcano.
Robson teams up with some of Borneo's anglers to catch a deep-sea monster that can become invisible; and ventures deep into an ancient rainforest forest to meet the Iban tribe and catch an evolved fish.
Robson journeys to the rivers of Central Asia to catch a trio of territorial river warlords. The Taimen, known by Mongolians as the god of the river, is a huge, ferocious salmonid, and he'll need assistance to capture this freshwater beast.
Robson heads to the Solomon Islands in search of a fish that smashes prey with a lighting-fast strike that has evolved over 100 million years. Along the way Robson learns how to catch a crustacean with claws so sharp it's known as the "thumb-splitter."
Robson travels to South America on a mission to catch three different species of billfish in a day. Later, he heads to an archipelago in the Caribbean Sea to hunt a razor-toothed bonefish; and comes face-to-face with a whale shark.