Expert angler Henry Gilbey travels to the Bazaruto Archipelago in Mozambique with companion Del Thompson, where they lands giant trevally and bonefish.
On the stunning Kerry peninsular Henry and his old mate Martin Larkin set up for bait fishing from the cliffs for the bold, bright ballan wrasse.
With temperatures just above freezing, Henry and fellow sea angler Rob Yorke travel to Bodo in Norway, where they secure monster cod and coalfish.
Leaving the seawater behind, Henry heads inland to fly-fish his local Westcountry Rivers and lakes, where he catches rainbow trout and grayling.
The rugged west coast of County Clare provides a beautiful backdrop as fishing supremo Henry Gilbey boards a charter boat in search of thornback rays.