Show 1: Alaska West - In the first of three Alaska shows, Frank travels to the Kanektok River where he leaves all ideas of small fish behind. Here he encounters silver salmon, Dolly Varden, grayling, huge rainbows and an occasional bear where this remote river meets the Bering Sea.
Show 2: Bristol Bay #1 - Fishing in the Bristol Bay watershed, Frank meets many advocates, including the former president of the Alaska state senate, who spells out why the proposed Pebble Mine would decimate the area, the local economy and the largest salmon spawning area in the world.
Show 3: Bristol Bay #2 - With continued epic fishing, Frank meets people who live and fish in Bristol Bay and learns more about the world’s largest open-pit gold and copper mine that is proposed to be built there.
Show 4: Animas River - Frank is rewarded for his efforts on the Animas, where he experiences the fruits of TU’s restoration work firsthand. Fishing with a local guide and TU staffer, Durango proves to be a hot spot.
Show 5: Long Island, N.Y. - Just off the highway, close to shopping malls and rush-hour traffic, Frank catches trout in the same place where Daniel Webster hooked a 14-pound brook trout in 1827.
Show 6: Bear River, Idaho - Snow and freezing temperatures didn’t keep Frank from finding some fish on this river, known for its gorgeous scenery and plentiful fish.
Show 7: Pyramid Lake, Nevada - Fishing for Lahontan cutthroat trout, Frank finds that duct tape is an invaluable item to keep in his fishing vest. Here, he employs some very interesting tactics to hook into some very large, native fish.
Show 8: Lower Mountain Fork, Oklahoma - Who knew there were trout in Oklahoma? Just across the Texas border, Frank finds fish in a place that TU is actively working to protect.
Show 9: Uncompaghre River, Colorado - Skiing to a trout stream? That’s Frank’s choice of transport as he explores one of Colorado’s plentiful rivers and learns how TU is working to protect similar waters across the West.
Show 10: Green River, Utah #1 - On one of the West’s most famous fly-fishing rivers, Frank endures freezing temperatures and difficult fishing to land some of the big fish that call the Green home.
Show 11: Green River, Utah #2
Show 12: Hoh River - Early spring steelhead means long days of fishing, but that doesn’t stop Frank and his TU friends from success.
Show 13: Sol Duc River - With other rivers closed to anglers, the pressure is on as Frank searches for steelhead in this iconic steelhead river.
2009 episodes 
2008 episodes