Season 1 of Hook, Line & Skillet is currently available at the HLS Store for $14.95 + S+H. Check it out. If you are a network looking for programming or if you are an advertiser interested in working with us you can call 646-675-6271 or email us at email@example.com. We can discuss mailing you a screener copy. Look below for a brief description of the Season 1 episodes.
Catskill Mountain Zen
Episode #1 of Hook, Line and Skillet takes Pete to New York State’s Catskill Mountains, Catskill Park. The rivers there are known for their large population of wild trout. Rainbows, Browns and Brookies are the catch of the day but how and where to get them are questions for the locals and Pete gets the inside scoop on fishing the area. Also, Pete is going to demonstrate a simple recipe for Skillet Fried Trout that anyone can make.
Perfect Pike Po’boys
In Episode #2 of Hook Line & Skillet, Pete travels to Saranac Lake, NY to take on the infamous Nathan Vargo for some serious Pike fishing. After a beautiful drive through the Adirondack Mountains, we rest our heads at an amazing place right on the lake, get some great advice and equipment in town and cook up a succulent meal with an old friend.
South Shore Stripers
In Episode #3 of Hook Line & Skillet, Pete explores the blue skies and blue water of the South Shore of Long Island, NY. Freeport and Blue Point are just a couple of the places Pete invades to find big Striped Bass and the local flavors that will bring his party to life.
In Episode #4 of Hook Line & Skillet, we are back on the road. This time to Ashtabula County Ohio in search of big Steelhead Trout. That’s right Steelhead in Ohio. Lake Erie and it’s tributaries are know for an abundance of these transplanted west coast salmonid and we are going to get us one. But we found that there is more to this area of Ohio than meets the eye.
Party Boat Captain
In Episode #5 of Hook, Line & Skillet we welcome you to the real Jersey Shore. Meet Captain Mike of the Mi-Jo party boat, running out of Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey. Hook, Line and Skillet teams up with the MiJo and a north Jersey bar called Tommy Fox’s Public House to net us some big dormats, Fluke, Summer Flounder…? You know what I’m talking about. This is a good one.
In Episode #6 of Hook, Line & Skillet Pete escapes the snowy northeast winter for the warmth of the Florida’s Gulf Coast in search of speckled sea trout. Pete meets some great folks to help guide him through the sun soaked waters and school him on the local flavors of the sea. Did we mention the monkeys?