It's late November, a prime time for striped bass, and he's joined by premier South Jersey pro Captain Tom Daffin. Together, they look for bass along the coast by employing several tactics - trolling, jigging and live baiting.
The backcountry behind Islamorada in the Florida Keys is home to numerous shallow water game fish. However, a lesser-known fishery occurring back here when winter arrives is the Spanish mackerel run. When it's on, the action is fast and furious.
There are certainly challenges involved with bottom fishing at depths exceeding 500 feet, but the rewards are well worth the extra elbow grease; whatever comes up from these cold waters will surely make excellent meals.
Just how phenominal can the fishing be off the Florida Keys? You'll see in this thrilling episode, where Poveromo and local ace Jimmy Gagliardini set forth to drop on wrecks, run and gun for dolphin, and then try for a tarpon on their way back in.
The Florida Keys enjoyed some of its best dolphin fishing in years, with plenty remaining through November! Poveromo and Kevin Jeffries take advantage of a beautiful fall day and textbook-perfect weedline to go on the troll aboard the MARC VI.
George teams up with Willard Franklin III to fish for bull reds. Franklin takes Poveromo out by the jetties, where they anchor and soak live and cut baits.
Fishing some 90 miles from Miami's Haulover Inlet to the Blue Marlin Cove, West End, Grand Bahama. Their goal: Run and gun as well as troll for dolphin, then - during the afternoon - switch to chasing birds and live-baiting for tunas.
Florida-based kayak guide Dee Kaminskion has her first-ever Florida Keys fishing trip; the team stays at Poveromo's favorite digs in Islamorada - Pines and Palms Resort.
In this episode Beth guides Poveromo to a spot along the Norfolk Canyon to pursue oversized Goldens.
Poveromo teams up with local light tackle guide Captain Brad Nowicki to pursue mutton snapper around Rebecca Shoal proper, and then flag yellowtails just offshore.
Poveromo returns to his old stomping grounds in North Biscayne Bay to take his daughter, Megan, fishing.
Poveromo joins up with Captain Chris Hanson for some light tackle action. Hanson shows just how productive the local Key Largo waters can be by keeping the rods bending on snook and tarpon.
Poveromo and long-time pal Captain Mark Schmidt head for the Marquesas in a Mako 334 MARC VI.Schmidt.
Poveromo sets forth off Marathon, Florida Keys, to catch big mutton snapper in deep water on light tackle.
George fishes off Key West for blackfin tuna and wahoo.
George bottom fishes for mangrove snappers during their peak month, off Cudjoe, Florida Keys.
George and Captain Kevin Jeffries find themselves probing the patches off Key Largo in Florida.
George returns to Grand Cayman Island for the winter wahoo fishery; the tricks of the trade to consistently troll up wahoo.
George takes his second trip of the year to Cudjoe with local captain Andrew Tipler; the fine art of wreck fishing.
Poveromo and Long load up the MARC VI's livewells with pilchards and set out to the ocean side underneath the Seven Mile Bridge.
Poveromo scores a huge king mackerel from an anchored boat with light spin; the ever-changing Bimini is showcased.
George and Carl Grassi take a 144 mile journey to Chub Cay Resort in his new MARC VI.
George and Capt. Mark Jenkins bring a Penn International 130s and bent-buttchair rods to Prince Edward Island.
George and his friend Priscila Jager Clawges head to the local reefs to catch yellowtail.
Poveromo and Capt. Mike Goodwine sample the local fishing for snook and redfish on the state's west central coast; Mike surprises George with a cookout for his birthday.
Poveromo and Capt. Shannon Attales head offshore in search of dolphin during a couple of hot August days.
George Poveromo bottom fishes at depths from 650 feet to 1,900 feet, off Islamorada, FL Keys.
George Poveromo fishes off Galveston, Texas, for king mackerel and ling (cobia).
George Poveromo scores red snapper, amberjack and cobia off this popular Florida fishing city.
Bottom fishing for red snapper and amberjack in Fort Pierce, Fla.
George enjoys a day of fishing on the local reefs with Diego Toiran, an expert at catching yellowtails and mutton snapper off Key West.
Poveromo travels to Fort Pierce, Fla. to experience the regional bottom fishing, catching red snapper, amberjack and cobia.
Live-baiting along the reefs, wrecks and drops off Key West's Atlantic side.
In part two of Poveromo's trip to Islamorada, our anglers go deep-dropping for Queen Snapper and Barrel Fish, which reside in depths of around 700 feet.
Poveromo's visit to Galveston, Texas, finds him and Carl Christoph searching for trophy class red snapper.
Poveromo meets up with long-time pal and noted king, ling and trophy snapper Carl Christoph for a few days of fishing.
Captain Nick Stanczyk and the anglers go deep-dropping for queen snapper and barrel fish in the Florida Keys.
Poveromo and Captain Nick Stanczyk live chum blackfins at the humps into reckless feeding frenzies and catch them on light spin tackle.
Anglers headed to the Florida Keys around the full moons of July, August and September to catch the fabled mangrove snapperspawn just right where thousands of them congregate.
Poveromo visits Barnegat, N.J. to experience one of the largest runs of double-digit blue fish this area has seen in years.
Host George Poveromo explores the best spots in the world for saltwater enthusiasts.
Poveromo ventures to Key Largo, Fla. to night fish for the largest of all snappers, the mighty Cubera.
Poveromo and Captain George Clark Jr. take Poveromo's shallow-water MARC, aMako 21 LTS into the back country to catch big snook.
Poveromo and Jimmy Gagliardini set forth to catch bigmangrove and mutton snappers on light spin tackle.
See and learn from renowned saltwater angler George Poveromo as he pursues a wide variety of marine game fish.
Using light spinning tackle for redfish.
George fishes Key Largo wrecks for grouper and snapper and anchors for yellowtail and mutton snapper.
George goes sight casting for cobia near the fish-rich Virginia Beach, Va.
George and Captain Tipler time the bite perfectly under the fabled Bahia Honda Bridge in the Lower Florida Keys.
George finds himself back in world famous Islamorada, Florida Keys, where he and Captain Randy Towe fish one day in the Gulf of Mexico, and the next in the Atlantic.
George and Captain Gary Dubiel forgo traditional heavy tackle and messy bait-soaking for light spin tackle, popping corks and soft plastics to catch monster red drum.
George and veteran Key Largo guide Captain George Clark, Jr., head out to drop live baits onto deep wrecks and reefs for large bottom dwellers.
Catching a variety of species on the surface and off the bottom near Key West.
Poveromo and angling buddy Carl Grassi head down to Key West in the Florida Keys.
George and his long-time pal Harry Vernon III are fishing in their own backyard, Miami's Biscayne Bay.
Fishing the shallow patch reefs along the Florida Keys for mangrove and yellowtail snapper,groupers, Cero and even king mackerel.
The Marathon Hump off the Florida Keys becomes a bustling place when blackfin tuna are present.
Poveromo returns to Venice, La., and joins up with longtime friend Ron Crowder and Captain Billy Wells.
Poveromo travels to Murray Marine on Stock Island for both bottom and pelagic species.
George fishes off Miami Beach for amberjack, mutton snapper, pompano, dolphin, kingfish and a sailfish.
Poveromo revisits his old home waters to see longtime friend and legendary guide Captain Bouncer Smith.
Poveromo and Captain Ariel Medero turn up their noses at smaller blackfins and instead target bigger tunas.
Fishing for tarpon under the fabled Bahia Honda Bridge in the lower Florida Keys.
Jigging for redfish.
Poveromo and long-time pal Harry Vernon III uncover a large school of permit, catching-and-releasing them at will.
George and Harry Vernon III focus on the various plane and boat wrecks scattered across the shallow Bahama Bank, and the permit which gather on them.
Poveromo and Captain Jim Willcox head into the scenic back country behind Islamorada, where they catch redfish and snook.
George and guide Tony De Los Santos fish tight against the mangroves for winter-run gag grouper.
Part two of the redfish excursion to the Redfish Lodge of Louisiana.
George and Captain Mark Schmidt fish the shoals for trophy class cero mackerel, and then move on to ledges and rock piles for big kingfish and bottom fish.
Showcasing tricks in locating and catching yellowtail snapper on the Islamorada reefs, and then doing the same for dolphin offshore.
Fishing for snook and tarpon on the Loxahatchee River.
George and Captain Beau Woods fish the lower Florida Keys wrecks for tilefish, cobai, mutton snapper and sailfish.
George and Mike Frenette have a wild fishing day with catching and releasing trophy class redfish.
Fishing deep wrecks near Marathon, Fla.
Pursuing offshore light-tackle fishing opportunities.
Poveromo and Darren Blum set forth on an one-way run into the Gulf to do some trolling between proven bottom hot spots.
George returns to the upper Florida Keys to live-bait sailfish.
George joins Captain Matt Bellinger to explore this unique estuarine network for redfish, sea trout, snook, tarpon, sharks and goliate grouper.
George fishes for eels and stripers out of the rips near Cape May.
Fishing for yellowtail snapper in the lower Florida Keys.
George fishes for sea trout around Virginia Beach.
George goes shallow-water sharking on his trip to Marathon in the Florida Keys.
Captain Billy Wells and George target gray snapper near Gulf oil rigs.
Captain Billy Wells and George head 50 miles out to an oil rig to fish for yellowfin tuna.
A battle for four big swordfish.
George takes his daughter Megan to "The Marquesas" to fish for groupers and snappers.
Continuation of the adventure to the Green Turtle Club to fish local reefs and wrecks.
Offshore fishing near Green Turtle Club in the Bahamas.
Fishing for black fin tuna off in the Florida Keys.
Chasing dolphin and tricks to help locate fish, catch them and keep the action with school fishing coming.
Fishing the shallow backcountry flats of Key Largo for redfish.
Fishing the winter run of striped bass out of Virginia Beach.
Fishing various points and holes for snook and redfish and then anchor over an offshore rock pile for seatrout.
Fishing for flukes around offshore wrecks near New Jersey.
Fishing hot spots along the Atlantic side reefs for snappers.
George Poveromo catches and releases five white marlins off the coast of Ocean City, Md.
Fishing for big grouper and snapper off an Abacos shipwreck.
Small boat offshore fishing near Abaco, Bahamas.
Finer points of "flutter-jigging" in Sarasota, Fla.
Non-stop wahoo action; yellowfin; blue marlin.