Next Episode of The Big Fish Off is
Season 4 / Episode 1 and airs on 29 March 2018 19:00
This brand new show for ITV4 pits two celebrities against each other in a battle to become top fisherman.
Jimmy White and Bobby George prepare for some banter-fuelled fishing fun in Oxfordshire.
Ali Hamidi, Dean Macey, Carl Fogarty and Kell Brook go fishing in Skegness.
Reality stars Casey Batchelor and Jessica Hayes join regulars Ali Hamidi and Dean Macey in Newquay, Cornwall, for another round of the angling competition.
The series finale sees captains Ali Hamidi and Dean Macey go on a jungle fishing adventure to the Amazon with footballer Bobby Zamora and boxer Paul Smith Jr. After challenges involving deadly piranha and beautiful peacock bass, the final test sees the teams move to a new jungle camp, ready for a five-day match to catch the legendary piraiba catfish, with the winner being whoever catches the biggest fish. The mighty Coppename River plays hard to get, but the boys fish on regardless. Will their relentless hard work be rewarded with an absolute monster?
Team captains Ali Hamidi and Dean Macey are joined by heavyweight boxer Tony ‘the bomber' Bellew and his boxing coach, Dave Coldwell – it's a case of master versus the apprentice. Both have never fished before in their lives – so this is angling entertainment at its best, as the lads learn the ropes over three tough challenges. The teams head to a tranquil fishery in West Sussex for this week's explosive first round one of three, which is a high octane match for crucian carp. Ali is teamed with Tony Bellew, and Dave Coldwell is with Deano. Crucians have a reputation for being hard to catch, and to stand a chance of winning the challenge, the teams will have to get their tactics spot on. Both guests do manage to lose their angling virginity, but who will come out on top at this early stage of the fight? Round two sees them head to Surrey to go toe-to-toe for tench and golden orfe, where the biggest total weight will win it. The fishing is slow, so there is plenty of time for fun and games, including wind-ups and maggot munching – but who has the stomach to win this one?
Team captains Ali Hamidi and Dean Macey are joined by football aces Jimmy Bullard and Jamie O'Hara at Anglers Paradise, in Devon. There is plenty of banter, laughs and wind-ups as the boys catch ornamental koi carp, blue orfe and golden tench.
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