Mudcats, Season 1HDClosed Captioning
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Along Oklahoma's many rivers, a group of daring men practice a tradition dating back to early pioneer days: catching giant catfish with nothing more than their bare hands. A skill taught to colonial settlers by Native Americans, hand-catching catfish was first documented in 1775 and remains a vital rural tradition. Today, the colorful characters who practice catfish “noodling” brave snakes, bugs, riptides and more, reaching into muddy waters, and using their fingers as bait for giant fish that weigh up to 30 pounds. The all-new series Mudcats celebrates this uniquely all-American tradition, while revealing the little-known world of mudcatters.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoOutlaw Country||In America's Heartland, six of Oklahoma's most respected hand fishing teams hit the water, braving hundred-degree plus heat and severe drought conditions – all in the hopes of bagging colossal flathead catfish. It's the first week of the eight-part Okie Invitational Tournament, and the mudcatters know that it'll all come down to strategy, experience and sheer guts.||42:10||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoHot Spots||After coming out on top in week 1, Catfish King Marion enters week 2 nervous that this secret fishing hole has been found out. In order to stay on top he'll go to any length to protect his territory. Now dethroned Scooter plans to make a comeback with this weigh-in and has to face a dangerous hot spot to land the biggest fish.||43:34||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoNightmare Holes||Week 3 begins with challenger Katt Daddy determined to dethrone his biggest rival, the currently undefeated Catfish King Marion and Katt Daddy will do whatever it takes to make that happen. The competition heats up and all of the teams need to take bigger risks to bring in the biggest fish.||43:05||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoFall of Kings||After sweeping the last 4 tournaments, Catfish King Marion is feeling confident but the other teams have out a target on his back and each of them are determined to take it all in week 5. With the 100 degree plus heat to contend with, the mudcatters have their work cut out for them and for one team, the conditions prove to be too much.||43:07||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWalk of Shame||With only 3 weeks left to prove who's best and one team already out, each of the mudcatters goes into week 6 with something to prove. Still healing from a broken rib, Thomas must now trust Dustin to do the fishin' and Dustin has never caught a catfish by hand. Scooter is a former champion but keeps coming up empty-handed - he's going to try a little night fishing to avoid poachers and come into contact with an even more formidable foe - Mother Nature.||43:35||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoTempting Fate||With only two tournaments remaining in the Invitational, the pressure is on for the noodling teams. The crown is still in reach for the top three teams and while some can take the heat, others just burn.||43:33||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoOnly One Can Be King||It's the final week of the Invitational and the last chance to catch a mammoth beast. Only one team can claim the crown, the one with the highest cumulative weight. While Veteran Thomas and Young Gun Winston are out of the running, Defending Champ Scooter, Catfish King Marion and Challenger Kat Daddy all still have a shot at glory.||43:36||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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I have lived in Oklahoma all my life, born and raised, and I have NEVER seen more hill billy's than in this video. I love this show, but this is just a stereotype for how "Country" Oklahoma is, like how they constantly say "Okie Spirit"
This is how i grew up. Call it what it is but its a good time being a redneck! Boomer Sooners.
Catfish Rider - the original noodler! An Oklahoma treasure.
This is THE guy. Fans of noodlers know Jerry from the mid-eighties when a photojournalist from Oklahoma City found him and crafted a feature piece for a local news affiliate. He's a conservationist, a master of his craft, a true Oklahoma treasure.