In this deleted scene, Jeremy Wade catches a peacock bass.
Jeremy is on the trail of the most "significant" fish he has every pursued.
It wouldn't be an episode of River Monsters without a toothy, angry, catfish predator. This fish might be a monster, but it can't break bones.
Jeremy Wade finally catches the arapaima.
Jeremy Wade explains the techniques and gear used to catch the powerful Golden Dorado in Argentina.
Jeremy Wade fields questions on tough locations and wardrobe choices - and, malfunctions - while traveling.
Touching this eel without protection could stop a person's heart in seconds.
Jeremy Wade explains the best way to catch this predatory fish.
Jeremy Wade hunts down the electric eel, a creature that can allegedly burn flesh and kill. He is helped by Amazon natives to catch one of these River Monsters.
When not traveling the world and fishing for elusive creatures of the deep, what's Jeremy do for 'fun'?
With jaws like bolt cutters, the Golden Dorado is one sleek, bloodthirsty, river monster. See Jeremy Wade find this massive beast.
The sawfish has been swimming around in Jeremy head for 20 years.
There is value in talking to locals to get unknown bits of information.
How can you die from electric eel burns? Apart from the burning flesh part, get details from Jeremy Wade who spoke to a doctor, a firsthand witness.
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