Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing

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Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing

Paul and Bob head to Wales on a quest to catch a wild carp. They have netted some good carp in the past, but a ‘Welsh wildie’ is a new and intriguing target.

Series 4
40:00
Paul and Bob are on the mighty River Severn and fishing for one of the UK's lesser-known species - the zander - when This Country star Charlie Cooper visits them bankside.
40:00
Paul and Bob head to Wales on a quest to catch a wild carp - they have netted some good carp in the past, but a 'Welsh wildie' is a new and intriguing target.
40:00
It's the start of the coarse fishing season, and Paul and Bob are in the Norfolk Broads to fish in some of East Anglia's most historic and celebrated waterways to celebrate.
40:00
Paul and Bob visit the glorious Lake District, a location that still has a special place in Bob's heart thanks to his memories of teenage holidays there in the 1970s.
40:00
Paul and Bob fish at the estate lake of Burghley House near Stamford - their target is bream, but who knows what else they might catch in this rarely-fished water...
40:00
Paul and Bob visit the dazzling and extraordinary island of North Uist in the Outer Hebrides, a place that is completely unlike anywhere they have fished before.
Series 3
1:00:00
Bob and Paul revisit the River Wye in Herefordshire - having fished the Middle Wye for barbel before, this time they head to the spectacular Lower Wye to fish for chub.
30:00
Paul and Bob go lake fishing in Wiltshire and are up before sunrise to give themselves a fighting chance of catching a crucian carp, one of the UK's shyest species.
35:00
Paul and Bob return to the river where they first went fishing together after Bob's heart surgery - the Test in Hampshire - which is renowned as the home for fly-fishing.
40:00
Paul and Bob head to Norfolk and attempt to ensnare a big pike - something that has eluded them so far on their fishing trips - before Bob reveals a hidden trick to Paul.
40:00
Paul takes Bob on a trip down memory lane and back to the River Lea in Hertfordshire - where Paul used to come as a teenager with his mates - and welcomes a special guest.
40:00
Paul and Bob return to Scotland to fish for salmon once more, this time on the mighty River Tweed after a previous last-ditch attempt to catch the fish on the River Tay.
Series 2
40:00
Paul and Bob fish on the River Ure. They meet the surgeon who performed Bob's life-saving heart bypass and re-enact all the drama of the operating table.
40:00
Paul and Bob fly to Enniskillen to fish for the Pike which eluded them in series one. They discuss their respective bad habits and Bob gives Paul a thorough health update.
40:00
At the Upper Tamar Lakes, Paul and Bob fish for the predatory perch. When Bob reveals this week's accommodation which leaves Paul almost speechless.
40:00
Bob and Paul set off for The River Tay in Scotland. A ghillie guides them up the river and they try to catch the elusive fish, whilst discussing luck and fate.
40:00
Paul and Bob brave the wild lakes of Essex equipped with the latest tech. They discuss the true meaning of a mid-life crisis and visit a beauty clinic.
40:00
Paul and Bob travel to the River Usk in Wales, where Paul's father taught him to fish. They discuss their respective childhoods and reflect on their own family lives.
Series 1
40:00
Paul and Bob decide to try and catch a legendary pike - facing the future, they write a eulogy for each other and invite a consultant cardiologist to dinner for some medical tips.
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