I’m now pleased to announce that myself and Ripon have joined forces to become a new dynamic duo – The Untamed Anglers! We are currently working on a spectacular film project called Britain’s iconic fish, as a lot of you know Britain has some truly incredible fish residing in its waters, these fish do not get the credit or coverage they deserve. We want to showcase these species on film like never before, and celebrate their status as an ICONIC FISH.
Joining us on our Iconic Fish adventure is a very familiar face and well-respected angler
But this series wouldn’t be anything without the right production team, so id like to introduce our producer and one of our cameramen Jonathan Mcgee. Jonathan is the owner of Jonathan M. McGee Photography and Media founded by himself in 2010. Based in Leeds, he creates exceptional film and photographic footage of all manor of clients around the globe. Even though Jonathan has predominately produced commercial and lifestyle films his huge personal interest in the outdoors really allows for a true perspective of our days fishing.
So what is an ICONIC FISH? It was always going to be hard to decide what species can claim the title and justify it. Realistically every single species in Britain deserves the chance but we have however narrowed it down to our Top 6. This was done through our own research and with help from hundreds of anglers across the country. Our Iconic Fish will cover 2 categories: Game, and coarse over 6 action-packed episodes.
The Concept – Iconic Fish
Each episode consists of 2 parts, These two parts including traveling to the new location and meeting some of the fishing world’s most familiar and famous characters. All of these anglers we’ve selected have had their lives shaped and influenced by these ICONIC FISH. Our aim is to tell you their stories and share their fishing secrets.
Our first part of each episode consists of our species expert giving all 3 of us a crash course on tactics and equipment to help us catch our chosen quarry. We will also learn about the fish’s history, habitat,
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