Off the Hook Extreme Catches
2012
(9)
Season 2

Season 2

1. Hawaiian Lu-Ow!

Jun 16, 2013
Eric Young is in Hawaii, and he's throwing a luau! But his party will require some deadly to get delicacies. First he's ater opihi, also known as the fish of death. Then he's diving for octopus, where he'll have to wrestle them into submission by hand.

2. Deadliest Cod

Jun 16, 2013
Eric Young tries fishing in the fridgid Bering Sea. He's in Dutch Harbor, Alaska, but he's not after crab... he's fishing Deadliest Catch-style for cod. He'll be facing huge waves, driving snow and long, grueling hours pulling up pots. Good times!

3. Land of 10,000 Iceholes

Jun 23, 2013
Eric Young is in Minnesota at "Mardi Gras on Ice" - a huge ice fishing tournament/party called the Eelpout Festival, which is held on a frozen lake and attracts more than 10,000 partygoers. He's out to catch the biggest fish... and to have a good time!

4. Wickeder Tuna

Jun 23, 2013
Showtime Eric Young is in Cape Cod, and he's out to catch the massive and powerful bluefin tuna. From a kayak. He's paddling out miles from shore to go on a "Nantucket Sleigh Ride", which means being towed by the fighting fish as he battles to reel it in!

5. Kicking Ice

Jun 30, 2013
Eric Young is in Montreal to try his craziest fishing adventure yet - free dive spearfishing for bass under an iced-over river! He risks hypothermia, dangerous currents and getting trapped without oxygen, all to try this most extreme style of fishing.

6. Aloh-AAHH!

Jul 7, 2013
Eric's in Hawaii to become an old school warrior! First he's cliffdiving from a 70 foot ledge to prove his courage. Then he's braving massive waves in a traditional outrigger canoe to handline for ahi tuna, as Hawaiian warriors have done for centuries.

7. Eric and Goliath

Jul 14, 2013
Eric is in Florida to do battle with the Goliath Grouper, a giant fish that can weigh up to 800 pounds. And he's going to bring one of these behemoths in using only a rope and his brute strength. This could be the toughest wrestling match of his career!

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