Paul begins his adventure at the southernmost point of the US mainland, Key West. Then at the neighbouring Stock Island, he chases the king barracuda.
At Everglade City, Paul Young fishes the beautiful bay of Ten Thousand Islands for speckled trout, snook and rock grouper.
Paul's next stop is Daytona Beach, where he gets some beach fishing advice before heading off to meet Kent Gibbons at the Tacoma State Park.
Paul heads north up the I-95 to Georgia and St Simon's Island to hunt tripletail, a type of fish that lures its prey by imitating floating garbage.
On his journey through South Carolina, Paul Young visits Lake Marion and the village of Cross, where he fishes for channel catfish and yellow perch.
Paul heads for the coastal city of Morehead to fish the shallow bays for drum, speckled trout and redfish, before travelling further north.
The beautiful Smiths Mountain Lake in Virginia is Paul's latest destination, where he finds that the man made lake is home to freshwater striper bass.
Paul hooks up with Maryland catfish fanatic Tim Hagan to fish the famous Potomac River, just a few miles downstream from the White House.
Paul Young heads for Chambersburg, where he is joined by guide Mike Heck at the Falling Springs River to fly-fish for wild brown and rainbow trout.
With the world-famous iconic Manhattan skyline as a backdrop, Paul heads out to fish the Hudson River for powerful bluefish, stripers and shads.
Paul travels to the beautiful Catskill Mountains to fly-fish the Beaverkill River, then later travels across state to fish for salmon and steelheads.
Paul is back on the sea coast at Branford, Connecticut, before heading to Rhode Island, where he catches a variety of inshore saltwater fish.
At Franconia Notch State Park Lake, Paul meets passionate brook trout fisher Ritchie Bernard, who shows the best way to catch trophy-sized brookies.
Paul reaches his final destination Maine, and in Saco, he heads out for some fantastic saltwater fishing for big striped bass in the shallows.
Paul reaches his final destination, Maine, and in a particularly cold Greenville, he fishes for salmon. But will he finish off his trip with a worthy catch?