River Monsters – Season 5 Update – Locations, Fish, Premiere

It is nearly 2013 and that means we are closing in on another awesome season of River Monsters. The premiere for season 5 of River Monsters should be in late March or early April 2013 as long as the new season keeps the tradition set by the previous 4. I’ve yet to find an official announcement but I am sure one is coming soon.

Update – Season 5 has been announced – Click here for information and a video from Jeremy Wade

The locations for the new season also remain a bit of a mystery but thanks to some comments left on the site we have a bit more of an idea where to expect to see Jeremy in season 5.

 

Jeremy Wade with a Tigerfish he caught in Season 4 of River Monsters.

Here are some of the comments on the previous post about season 5 by Terry Ginis.

Just to put my two cents in about season five-they shot in a few different places in the US again, including Lake Champlain where someone reported Jeremy had caught a Gar over 50 inches.

Forgot to mention-a friend of mine shared a flight with Jeremy a couple of weeks ago from the UK to Brazil-so it looks like Brazil will be featured in season five.

So it looks like we can count on not only the US being featured in Season 5 but also Brazil. I hope he goes after the Arapaima Gigas again, I would really love to see a 12′ + monster Arapaima caught to prove they still exist at those sizes. I’d also like to see him catch an even bigger Piraiba catfish.

The one thing we do know, River Monsters is still going and will be back for season 5 for sure. Once exact air dates are released I will post it up but for now it remains a bit of a mystery. If you’ve got any info to add feel free to drop us a comment below.

64 Comments

  • Terry Ginis says:

    Still a bit ticked his production company chose Lake Champlain over the Great Lakes. It seems they thought it had more species….they were miss-informed. Oh, I live on the southern shore of Lake Erie-maybe season six…..

  • tbomas elliott says:

    I hope in season 5 jeremy wade goes after even bigger goonch catfish

  • Terry Ginis says:

    Just an FYI for those on FB….a new site for the show has just started recently-River Monsters Global, is run by Jeremy’s production company out of the UK. Check it out-but be aware that they have not seen season four-so please limit you’re comments to the first three….we have to let them enjoy seeing it for the first time-don’t be a spoiler!

  • Terry Ginis says:

    Season Five episode one is in Nicaragua……more as I get it. Have a great holiday season!

    • TankTerrors says:

      Awesome, thanks for the update. Happy Holidays to you as well.

    • Liam M says:

      Thanks for the info Terry. I did a bit of digging into what Jeremy could possibly target in Nicaragua. Excluding the Bull Shark, I did find a predatory fish species native to the area that could possibly be invesitgated during a River Monsters Season 5 episode.
      This fish is commonly known as the Machaca (Brycon guatemalensis). It grows up to two feet (60 cm) long and essentially looks like someone took a standard shad or herring and shoved the face of a Piranha onto it. In fact, these guys act a lot like Piranhas, too, in that you usually find them swimming in schools, they are aggressive, and they use their razor sharp teeth to tear their prey to shreds. Besides the similarities, a notable difference between the two is that the Machaca seems to be more streamlined, probably so they can chase down prey. I do not know if they share the same gang attack hunting method that Piranhas utilize, though. Oh well, I’m pretty sure River Monsters will find a way to dramatize them somehow.
      As for Brazil, he could catch just about anything there, but I don’t if there is anything left in the Amazon that he hasn’t covered in at least one episode. Maybe a round up the Amazon, who knows?

  • Simeon Zekic says:

    let’s hope he’s not after bull sharks again. It’s like those fish have their own River Monsters membership card!

  • Simeon Zekic says:

    I also found some information of a dangerous fish from Nicaragua. It is a type of cichlid called the Wolf Cichlid (Paraachromis Dovii). Most cichlids are small and peaceful, but the Wolf Cichlid can grow to 2.5 feet long and, although not very carnivorous, it is said to viciously attack intruders during spawning time to protect its eggs. Although I haven’t been able to find any definate attacks caused by this fish, some people have said that there are cases where Wolf Cichlids have attacked swimmers so brutally that they have sent them to the hospital.

    • Liam M says:

      There is also the Tropical Gar, but they are pretty average for gar standards, so I doubt they’ll be the focus of an entire episode.
      I was unaware that Wolf Cichlids are so vicious, but they seem to be a little small. I could not find any reported attacks from any Machaca, though, so a Wolf Cichlid would be more likely in that case. But, if Jeremy is able to prove that Machaca are pack hunting, super piranhas, then that could be a pretty intense episode.

      • TankTerrors says:

        The Tropical Gar is an awesome fish but just doesn’t get that large so I doubt he’d feature them like you said. I would like to see him catch one though, they are cool. He has caught some of the smaller gar species in the past when he was fishing for Alligator Gar. I was sort of confused why they called them all Alligator Gar but I guess they did it for the sake of TV. He caught either a long nose or short nose, I forget which.

        The same goes for the Wolf Cichlid, they can get fairly large (about 2′ or so and thick) for a Cichlid but again just not really a Monster in my opinion. They do defend nests as Simeon pointed out but I’d be surprised if he tried to feature one as a danger to humans. I suppose it could do a little damage but being at most a pair defending the nest they couldn’t fatally damage someone. They can be absolute terrors in an Aquarium though, one of the meaner Cichlids for sure.

        I bet he does feature some less dangerous fish though, so either is possible. There just aren’t that many fish left that are a fatal danger to humans and some of the catfish he has featured in past seasons surely aren’t.

        • Liam M says:

          Yeah, I was thinking along those lines too. I guess that would make the Machaca super Piranha the most likely candidate for Nicaragua. The clear waters of some of Nicaragua’s streams would also the Machaca’s pack hunting behavior easier to catch on camera than that of the Piranha’s. I also doubt that he would give another try at the Bull Shark because the one he caught in South Africa was about as big as they get.

  • Liam M says:

    Besides the already confirmed Longose Gar fishing on Lake Champlain, I think that we can make some assumptions regarding what we all will be seeing in River Monsters Season 5 based off of the current information.
    With conformation on Nicaragua as a hot spot, we should be seeing either the Machaca, Wolf Cichlid, or Bull Shark as a target species. It is also likely that we’ll be seeing Brazil, but that could just be some sort of Amazonian round-up episode or quick venture to display some Machaca’s close larger but non-pack hunting cousins if the Machaca ends up being a target species.
    I could bet that we’ll also be seeing the Sareng again, given that this is the only fish that was ever able to defeat Jeremy. It should also be noted that at the end of the River Monsters: Unhooked Sareng episode (River Monsters with little commentary notes), the last comment simply read, “I’ll be back.” In my mind, that is pretty much confirmation that the Sareng will be seen again in season 5.
    Besides that, I suspect that both the Murray Cod (Maccullochella peelii) and the Mangar (Luciobarbus esocinus) will be targeted as well because not only are these two quite aggresive and large, but they are also quite notable species in the sport fishing community, like almost every other large species that has been pursued on River Monsters.
    I think that with the information we have as of now, that is just about all the guessing I can do. But nevertheless, if anybody else has any more information or speculations to share, please do. Every single one of us is just dying to find out more.

    • TankTerrors says:

      I bet you have most of that spot on. I still am not sure why he targeted the Longnose Gar, it isn’t even close to the size of an Alligator Gar but I suppose it’s still a pretty menacing fish.

      • Liam M says:

        It’s because in some small dam-made pool in a place called Otter Creek, a lot of gar started to congregate. There, some family in a canoe freaked out. I found this out from the bass fishing forum thread Terry posted before. He also went after those alien Lampreys and Bighead Carp in the lake, showing the damage caused by invasive species, I’m sure.

  • Terry Ginis says:

    I know a few more locations and fish-but there’s time for everything. He is going to go back and visit some previous lacations-and fish. Don’t forget that season three featured not only fish and not necessarily large fish. My personal favorites are the big catfish-and where he got large, not extra large catfish, I think he wants to push the envelope.

    • Liam M says:

      Hm, I’m sensing some sort of Amazonian Catfish round 2, that’s probably why Jeremy was in Brazil, I’m guessing. He never actually caught that monster Alligator Gar either, despite two tries. That would explain why he would be “out west” like you said. It would also make sense for him to go after those underwhelming Longnose Gar, so that he could prove that Alligator Gars aren’t the only decent-sized gars out there and also just to keep things fresh.

  • Simeon Zekic says:

    He probably isn’t going after more Alligator Gar. It is already confirmed that he is targeting the Longnose Gar, and in a show that only has 7-8 episodes a season, much repitition is not taken kindly. Maybe he is going after the Tarpon in Nicaragua. Apparently they are plentiful there, they are capable of killing people, and he briefly touched them before (although there are easier places to find Tarpon than Nicaragua). As for the target species that isn’t a fish (this is pretty obvious, but I will say it anyway), it probably won’t be any crocadilian or constrictor snake, as nobody needs to tell anyone that they can be both large and deadly (however I could see one episode with many crocodilians and constrictors as target species to demonstrate the non-fish dangers of fresh water)

  • Simeon Zekic says:

    I forgot to mention this theory, but there is a good chance that he will be going after the Blue Catfish this season. Think about it. The Blue Catfish is a large catfish, but not a huge catfish. He has gone after the Blue Catfish before. They are found living in western areas of the USA. To top it all, Jeremy didn’t investigate them with much detail, could,t find an actual attack caused by them, even though there are well documented incidents were Blue Catfish have attacked people, and he only caught a small one the last time he went after them (In season 1 when he went after Bull Sharks he caught a small one, but that didn’t stop him from going after a bigger one in season 2). However, there wouldn’t be much material for a 1 hour program in just going after the Blue Catfish , so it is my theory that he will be going after the Alligator Snapping Turtle as well in the episode. They are capable of doing some serious damage to humans, and are a dangerous river inhabitant that is not a fish.

    Also, since it is the holidays I might as well say this:

    If Jeremy does encounter a crocodile in Season 5, let’s hope it’s a seasick one, otherwise he might come home with the Grinch instead!
    Happy Holidays!

  • Liam M says:

    Sorry, I should have been more clear with the gar. I meant that Jeremy could do a single episode focusing on both the Alligator Gar and the Longose so that while returning again to the Alligator Gar, he could also go after its related cousin to keep things fresh at the same time. The Blue Catfish and turtle theory seems sound. There are catfish out there that are bigger than most of what he caught in season 4 depending on where you look. Oh yeah, and happy holidays everyone!

  • Simeon Zekic says:

    Thought I might as well mention this. A while back in another post I talked about the Greenland Shark swimming up the Saguenay River in Quebec, and how Jeremy should go after them. Just now however I just remembered something. Every season of River Monsters usually has him staying just a few geographical zones, presumably to save time and money on air travel (for example we never see a season with all 7 or 8 locations on opposite corners of the globe). In season one he had 3 episodes in the Amazon. In season 2 he had 2 episodes in the Congo with another 2 in the rest of Africa, along with 2 episodes in Thailand and 2 episodes in the US. Season 3 had him following the Pacific Rim (New Zealand, Australia, Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea, and Japan) with the rest of the episodes in South America, and season 4 had 2 episodes in Southern Africa and 2 in the neighboring countires of Russia and Mongolia. Meanwhile, Lake Champlain, a place that he will visit in season 5, is connected with a tributary of the St Lawrence River, the very river that the Saguenay is a tributary of. Is it a coincidence then that he chose Lake Champlain over the Great Lakes, which are more famous and have bigger monsters, and that Lake Champlain is closer than the Great Lakes to the Saguenay, a river with a fish capable of growing to 21 feet long and is strong enough to drown and dismember a caribou? I think not!

    • Liam M says:

      That is a good point, but don’t forget that there is another confirmed human-attacking fish from this region that even Jeremy himself has mentioned as a possible target. Yup, it’s the Muskie. It also just so happens that the undisputed Muskie capital of the world, the Thousand Islands, sits closer to Champlain than the Saguenay River by a long shot. The Muskie’s popularity as a sport fish probably makes it an even more likely target, but a Greenland Shark episode would be more entertaining for obvious reasons. I don’t know, maybe they’ll do both.
      Whether or not there will be a Greenland Shark or Muskie episode, this whole situation also seems to be following my Alligator+Longose Gar combo episode theory. This is mainly because the team probably went to Champlain because of its close proximity in comparison to wherever they may have been filming in that area, like you said. It would make sense that if they were doing a third Alligator Gar episode in the confirmed western U.S. locations while looking for the big one, then they might as well have fished the convienietly placed Champlain and mashed it into the Alligator Gar episode to keep things fresh.

      • Terry Ginis says:

        He had mentioned to me in an email a couple of years ago about catching a muskie. So there are certain fish that are on his “must catch” list also. Although it seems as if he’s caught every fish in the world, nice to know he’s always seeking new and different species. The biggest Muskies I’ve heard of most recently were out of Lake St. Clair-only a five-hour drive from me, I might add. I’d love to see a bigger Alligator Gar and since we have seen multiple episodes about the Bull Shark, there is a probability to see another about the Gar.

        • TankTerrors says:

          I would love to see him reel in a Monster Gator Gar, hopefully he can make it happen if he ever tries again.

  • Terry Ginis says:

    Love to read all the speculation guys. I think you will be plesantly suprised in Season Five. Considering all the “knock-off” fishing shows that have sprung up since RM premiered in 2009…..the original is always the best! They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but some of those shows are dreadful.

    • Liam M says:

      Yeah, it is pretty interesting how that works out. In Fish Warrior, one of the “knock-offs” of RM, the star Jakub Vagner has caught some absolutely giant fish, bigger than most of Jeremy’s too. The guy even holds the world record for the Goonch, Kamba Catfish, and Arapaima (bigger Arapaima have been caught in Thailand, though). Not to mention he was the first guy to catch a golden nile perch in 20 years. But still, RM has an especially artistic way of presenting both the animals and the environment that is really something unique and truly irreplicable.

  • Terry Ginis says:

    By the way, the choice of Lake Champlain over the Great Lakes was made by the production company with the mistaken belief that there were not enough “fishable” species in the lakes. I, personally, think the legond of the “lake monster” played a role in this choice also.

  • Simeon Zekic says:

    NEWSFLASH
    Jeremy has updated his website. He now says that season 5 has finished filming, and that the number of inland fish over a hundred pounds has got to a dozen, with only 2 of them being less that 150 pounds (the Nile Perch and Alligator Gar, if I remember correctly), and that the number of fish he caught “way over 150 pounds” has gotten to 6, and I believe that season 4 brought the list to 5. This means that one of two possibilities is at work here.
    1. Jeremy does not count the 2 groupers he has caught in Australia and Florida as inland fish (I wouldn’t consider them inland either), that he considers the 196 pound arapaima he caught in the lost reels weighing “a lot” more than 150 pounds, and that there will be a new fish that weighs “way over 150 pounds” in season 5.
    OR
    2. He does count the 2 groupers he caught, and dosn’t count the arapaima in the lost reels, and he waited this long to update his site to keep the UK viewers in suspence.
    However, if my first theory is correct, what giant fish do you think will be in the season? The fish already on the show that would fit the category are the bull shark, white sturgeon, giant freshwater stingray, and short-tailed river stingray. I think that, supporting my theory, a greenland shark has a good chance of entry. A beluga or chinese sturgeon also has a fair shot.

    It is also worth mentioning that there will also be one more fish that weighs 150 or just above 150 pounds in the new season, but there are way too many fish that would qualify for that list to make an accurate prediction.

  • Terry Ginis says:

    The show will premier in April with the first show, as I previously told you, will be in Nicaragua. FYI on that press kit-certain areas are closed to the gerneral public and can only be accessed with press credentials. He will begin his American junket soon-with the usual interviews and appearences. He does not make public appearences.

    • Terry Ginis says:

      Also-if you use his UK website, be aware that all of his mail (due to the volume) is now going to his production company.

  • Simeon Zekic says:

    Whoops. Someone should really tell google that. They make everything seem like it’s in the public domain. My apologies.

  • Terry Ginis says:

    A lot of the info is questionable-including Wikipedia. As I get my info from my media contacts they are quite reliable.

  • Liam M says:

    Hey Terry, thanks for all of the info you have been getting us all. I just wanted to say that I’ve been working on a target fish species suggestion list since November, and with all of this effort I’ve put into it, I just wanted to make sure that it goes to people in the company that will actually read it. I was hoping that you could get it there given that you have so any ties to River Monsters and what not. I should also mention that this isn’t just any list. I have taken flight costs, fish behavior, attacks, legal issues, and modern day maximum sizes all into account to create a list of seven possible episodes with a general species overview, specific fishing locations, and possible fishing techniques. I have also added my own theories on to the list, like the possibility of sturgeons being the true identity of the New York Sewer Gators and catfish in the genus Wallago actually being nocturnal hunters. In addition, I have made sure to note some commonly overlooked factors like the Greenland Shark’s nocturnal surface hunting habits and the highest population of Beluga Sturgeon actually being near in Romania rather than Russia. Fish like the Mangar, Puncushion Ray, and Slender Giant Moray have been excluded from this list because of the uncertainty behind whether it is plausible for large ones to be caught in a time period as short as 2 weeks. So far the list is about seven pages long and I plan to be done with it by the end of this week. I just wanted you to inform you beforehand. Thanks.

  • Terry Ginis says:

    My suggestion Liam, is that you contact Jeremy’s production company-Icon Films http://www.iconfilms.co.uk/contact.html.
    I’m involved in a shooting project in Guyana with Discover UK in a few weeks-fishing, of course, so I’m a bit busy getting ready. Good luck.

  • Liam M says:

    II’ve done a bit of digging and found that out of all of the species Jeremy has caught, there are a few in my opinion that are worth a retry. The Alligator Gar is one. I’ve already explained my Longose+Alligator Gar episode theory so that was already a given. There are 200+lb Wels Catfish out there too, but the biggest ones seem to be coming from Italy’s Po River rather than Spain’s Ebro. Trying there instead would be a better choice in my opinion. Besides the Wels, Arapaima apparently surpassing the world record are commonly caught in Thailand’s Palm Tree Lagoon fishing resort, but I think fishing Arapaima there will be more appropriate while fishing simultaneously for Giant Pangasius because they get unnaturally large in Palm Tree as well and would provide new content. If Jeremy is feeling extra brave, he could return to the Congo to catch the Kamba Catfish again after that utter catastrophe in season 2. Jakub Vagner, host of Fish Warrior, was able to catch the world record Kamba Catfish somewhere along the Congo River. Ever still, that fish wasn’t overly large, only being 66 lbs. I don’t think putting that much effort into hooking such a rare specimen could be used in other circumstances that would yield more impressive results. Jakub Vagner also has 3 consecutive Piraiba world records. They were all caught in different locations deep in the Amazon. Still, each one was caught in very similar settings of being in the deepest sections smaller Amazonian tributaries during the month of February and March. Looking for these environmental characteristics should increase the chances of hooking really big Piraiba.

  • Simeon Zekic says:

    Any of you hear of a fish called the Bicuda, scientific name Boulengerella Cuveri? It’s a predatory characin that can grow to just under two feet, and weigh 15 pounds. I know that isn’t much but it is the only predatory species of freshwater fish from Brazil I could find that Jeremy hasn’t tackled yet. The only problem is that I could not find any instance at all of a Bicuda attacking someone. Actually, there is hardly any information of this fish at all. I was wondering if any of you have found something.

    • Liam M says:

      As of now I am assuming that Jeremy went to Brazil so he could have a retry at a fish that he has already caught in the Amazon. Jeremy has said numerous times during interviews that he wants to revisit previously targeted species that did not live up to his expectations after he caught them. Plus, the Amazon is under lots of recreational fishing pressure so it seems unlikely that a different species of killer fish went unnoticed to all of our radar. This has lead me to believe that Jeremy is going after the Piraiba again because specimens much larger than the ones he caught in seasons 1 and 4 do exist. Particularly, the most recently caught 8 foot specimens all seem to be coming from small Amazonian tributaries that are free of human contact. So if Icon has been doing their homework, then I sure that giving a try to one of these spots would be a must in their eyes.

  • Terry Ginis says:

    There are many, many fish he has never caught. South America hold more species that could keep the angler busy for many years. When you speak of the Amazon-don’t forget that most of the shows that have been shot there were not shot on the Amazon River itself. As he has said, the Amazon is very overfished and is a massive river highway. Central Brazil (Rio Teles Pires) and Para State are where most of the Brazil episodes were shot. In my conversation with him about locating big Piraiba catfish (my target fish in my upcoming trip), he told me that Guyana was the place to find them. I hope he was correct-as we anglers know, we don’t always get the fish we seek. Who knows-might run into him out in the jungle!

  • Liam M says:

    I am aware that most of the fishing going on in the Amazon isn’t actually going on in the river itself. I personally was referring to the Amazon Rainforest area in my previous posts. I could believe that big Piraiba would be found in Guyana given that it does seem that all the bigger ones need to grow so large is just the absence of human contact and medium to small sized jungle waterways as habitat. Maybe he has had some recent experience there, if you know what I mean. Also, what I meant by lack of species was that there are fewer fish in the Amazon that have remained untargeted oby the show and are either dangerous or large enough to take up an entire episode. I’m sure Icon could make an episode about something else in the Amazon, but if they want to impress, then Piraiba would be the best choice.

  • Terry Ginis says:

    A couple of years before my first trip to the Teles Pires, a 325lb Piraiba was caught in that river-so I knew they were there. The problem is just finding them in the mood to take the bait. When you see the finished show, it doesn’t show the many hour/days and sometimes weeks it takes to get certain fish. I only go for a week at a time, so not getting what I want is not unusual for that small amount of time. I’m sure when he was in Guyana, getting a big Piraiba was in the back of his mind-but as I said….not made to order.

    • TankTerrors says:

      It must be so heart breaking to take all the flights there along with the travel to the river itself only to leave without catching anything. I am sure the times when you do catch a monster it really makes up for all of it though. I imagine the scenery and place it pretty cool in itself as well.

  • Terry Ginis says:

    Don’t forget, Jeremy made three trips to the Congo before he caught that Goliath Tigerfish. It took him a month just to get to the Congo River the first time and along the way caught malaria and almost died. It takes not only determination but plenty of guts to keep going back until you get the fish you’re looking for-he obviously has plenty of both.

    • TankTerrors says:

      Very good point, I often forget about some of his crazy stories like this. He has so many of them he has shared over the years now. I wonder how many people remember he survived a plane crash as well, truly an incredible life.

  • Terry Ginis says:

    I was fortunet to obtain his two earlier series long before RM-Jungle Hooks. In the first series in the Amazon, he experienced the crash. They showed shortened versions of those two on Animal Planet-but you really have to see the entire series to appreciate how much effort making these shows really takes. I got them from AmazonUK and it took me a year and a half to find them-but well worth the effort. I also managed to get a copy of his first book Somewhere Down the Crazy River-which right now is worth five times what I paid for it…..talk about crazy!

    • TankTerrors says:

      Dang, those are some good finds for sure. I imagine it will only get harder and harder to find copies of that stuff.

  • Edgar says:

    I saw an interview with geremy Wade on YouTube. It was at an opening of a UK river monsters where he confirms season 5 and drops hints like the fact that season 5 will feature new fish.

  • troy fiander says:

    We are huge fans in Canada. There are some fish here that grow very large not as dangerous as ones in previous episodes however the Jack fish (PIKE) are known to grow very large. Would be a good episode for Jeremy to fish for large Pike. There are also lots more large fish with large teeth in the great lakes. I guess it’s not a river fish however these fish do travel rivers at one point. Just some ideas. Thank you for the the first four episodes I have watched them all and they are amazing. Jeremy has an awsome ability to show what it;’s all about very very good.

  • Nick says:

    That new trailer for Season 5 on Youtube was quite interesting. Wade mentioned that he was going to go to Nicaragua for a “killer torpedo,” which I can assume is the Machaca that has been mentioned. He is also definitely targeting lampreys, and he also mentioned an “atomic assassin” in the Ukraine. What this is I don’t know, but I think it could be a mangar. Also, the “greatest underwater myth of all time?” Nessie? Ha ha, I doubt it, but some possibilities could be the Greenland shark or the Chinese paddlefish. I guess we’ll just have to wait another month!

  • Steven says:

    “Torpedo Killer in Nicaragua” will be no other that the infamous “Tapam” aka Tarpon on the fly reel. Some brief shots in the new trailers of Jeremy in a bellyboat and fly rod convinced me.

  • Balint says:

    I think an “atomic assassin” in the Ukraine might be a well-oversized (cat)fish due to the nuclear radiation of Chernobyl. There is an area around the melted nuclear plant there which has been abandoned where wildlife returned and flourishes. It will be interesting to see what effects the radiation has on those animals especially fishes… how enormous did they grow?

  • Simeon Zekic says:

    So, now I guess it is time to start wondering where season 6 will be filmed?

  • Simeon Zekic says:

    Well, I guess now is the time to guess for season 6? I thought for sure that he was going after the muskie this season. Given that there is a lot of press about muskie attacks, and that River Monsters is starting to run out of locations, I think that the muskie is almost certainly going to be in next season.

    • Simeon Zekic says:

      sorry about the double post, I thought the first time didn’t send.

    • TankTerrors says:

      I am not even sure if there will be a Season 6 yet, I’d like to think there will but he is running pretty low on options. Season 5 wasn’t even a full boat really, they had one episode from Season 4 and another that was just the “Best of Season 5”. So there were only 6 new episodes this season really.

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