Curtis fishes the waters of Elk River.
Curtis takes a flood victim out for a much needed day on the water. They find some closure when they experience a great day of trout fishing on the river that devastated the community.
The Fleming family heads to Alaska to celebrate an anniversary and a birthday and ends up breaking five IGFA world records while there during the peak of the salmon run.
Curtis travels to southern West Virginia to team up with a DNR officer for an unbelievable spring turkey hunt and fish the intimate Glade Creek.
Although some think fly fishing guides have it made, the crew get the real story by focusing on a few guys that row the North Platte River in Wyoming.
Curtis takes his friend Bill Sumner out for a well-needed day on the water, and the two bring awareness to Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease.
Curtis travels toward the North Pole and finds out what it is like to be in an Arctic char frenzy. Needless to say, he gets fish drunk as the char boil around the boat.
Curtis takes his daughter, Laken, to Chama, N.M., in search of her first bull elk; a look back at some of the highlights that were caught on camera over the years at The Lodge at Chama.
Curtis promised the members of the Bridgeport High School football team that if they won the state title, he would take them fishing. Well, they won, and Curtis comes through on the promise.
Curtis travels to the Bahamas and gets in on some flats fishing for bonefish.
Curtis travels to the famous Big Hole River in Montana to experience some of the best trout fishing in the West. Low water situations make it challenging, but wade fishing and Watermaster rafts prove to be game changers.
The 17-year Brood V cicada emergence is happening in West Virginia, and Curtis and his daughter experience the best carp fishing of their lives on Stonewall Jackson Lake.
Curtis scratches off an item on the bucket list as he heads to Labrador in search of 5-pound eastern brook trout.
Curtis meets up with WVU football coach Dana Holgorsen at Glade Springs Resort, W. Va. The roles are reversed as Curtis coaches the coach on his first fly fishing adventure. Curtis also teams up with coach Holgorsen's family.
Curtis heads south in the winter to break out the fly rod with a good buddy off the coast of Jupiter, Fla.
Curtis goes in pursuit for the "gray ghost of the flats", the permit.
Curtis fishes the headwaters of Elk River.
Curtis teams up with the guides at Crazy Rainbow for some unbelievable action on the North Platte River in Casper, Wyo.
Curtis takes his daughter Autumn to a local farm pond to instill good fly fishing techniques.
Curtis throws dry flies for topwater silver salmon.
Curtis heads to Harman's to check out this years Harman's North Fork Invitational fly fishing tournament, and he breaks out the Watermaster Raft on his home-waters.
Curtis heads to Casper, Wyo. and dives into the towns fishing culture.
Curtis heads to Dry Fork in search of colored up browns in the fall.
Curtis and his family head to Belize for bonefish.
Curtis takes his daughter Laken on a road trip down Route 219 in West Virginia, and the two soak up the rich history and great fishing in the area.
Curtis spends time with the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors as they float the Madison River.
Curtis travels to the Nunavik Region of Quebec in search of world class arctic char fishing as he is guided by native Inuits.
Curtis travels to Cass, W. Va. to experience the town's history and take in some trout fishing.
Curtis spends a day on the water with good pal and basketball legend Bob Huggins.
Curtis is in pursuit for the fish of 10,000 casts.
Curtis heads back to Oregon with his family and they experience the amazing culture and fishing along the Deschutes River.
Curtis heads to his homewaters to check out a fly fishing tournament and has trouble being on the sidelines.
Curtis hikes through the Sherwood Forest in Alaska to a remote high mountain lake to catch Northern Pike with a dry fly.
Curtis spends a day with Project Healing Waters member Jessica Callihan and she tells her amazing story of how fly fishing changed her life.
Curtis and his cousin Paul fish one of their favorite streams and they reflect on how much fishing means to them.
Curtis heads down South in the winter to break out the fly rod with a good buddy off the coast of Jupiter, Fla.
Curtis and crew see Harold Harsh at Spring Creek outfitters and meet up with WVU Basketball Coach, Bob Huggins.
Curtis surprises a special group of boys at school and takes them on a field trip that they will never forget.
Curtis experiences the salmon fly hatch on the Deschutes River in Oregon as he fishes the tribal side of the river with a local Native American, Elke Littleleaf.
Curtis and pals float the New River in West Virginia for smallmouth bass, but realize there is much more to this river than the fishing as they navigate class five rapids and dive into the local culture.
Curtis lives his dream of fishing the incredible salmon runs of Alaska.
Curtis and Nick spend time fly-fishing together in West Virginia.