I watched the first program last night - very interesting. Loved watching trout jump out of the lake to catch mayflies in the air. The different rises to floating flies - damn, the program helped but I could sure use a fishing fix!
That one was a good watch.After I watched that film this pop up
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I was fascinated with the taimen fishing in Japan and completely unaware of this "opportunity". A two meter fish chance?All episodes are well done and the picture quality and overall photography is a pleasure to watch. The queenfish and the Samson fish really peaked my interest, I have caught queenfish and they are a blast but the fish a landed were not in that class. The episode with the brown trout in the estuary trashing smelt was fun to watch. The taimen fishing in japan looked interesting and a fishery that I was not aware of.
Did you make a change to your Comcast package? Prime is still available and they just added Hulu.Yeah GAT, thanks for alerting us to this. I had no idea this stuff even existed on Prime. Funny thing, I hadn't watched anything on Prime for about 3 months, and couldn't figure out how to access Prime, since it's no longer available through my Comcast cable. I bought a Firestick through Amazon to access Prime, but had forgotten that I have to switch to HDMI 2 from the usual 1. Once there, I still couldn't find it until my daughter showed me the search function. Icon doo-hickeys are not intuitive to me; sheesh! After all that I had time only for the first episode, and it's really good photography.
I finally cancelled cable, kept a good internet connection, and subscribe to Amazon Prime, Netflix, and Hulu. It's a lot cheaper! My neighbor raves about Youtube TV for regular TV programs, but I haven't tried that.My granddaughter has that service. She pays for it. I'm kind of tired of cable the price keeps going up and the service is lousy.