Reel Talk: Web Series
Wicked Tuna's Live Web Series
SCHEDULE OF SHOWS
Captains Dave Carraro, Paul Hebert, and TJ Ott
On the premiere of Reel Talk, the Wicked Pissah and FV-Tuna.com captains talk old rivalries and new Bluefin tuna fishing adventures, while Wicked Tuna's newest captain TJ calls in from the road.
Captains TJ Ott and Tyler McLaughlin
On the second installment of Reel Talk, Wicked Tuna's newest captain faces off against his former pupil, Tyler, who captained the top boat in the fleet last season.
Captains Dave Marciano and Paul Hebert
The third edition of Reel Talk features two Wicked Tuna favorites, as the Hard Merch and Miss Sambvca captains join host Mike Salk in-studio to discuss the biggest catches and disappointments so far.
Captains TJ Ott, Dave Marciano and Dave Carraro
On the fourth episode of Reel Talk, we check in with all three captains of Hot Tuna, Hard Merchandise, and FV-Tuna.com.
Episode 5: SEASON FINALE
Captains TJ Ott, Dave Marciano, Tyler McLaughlin, Dave Carraro, and Paul Hebert, plus crew members Tim Ott, Justin Deluca, Garon Mailman, and Bruce Hebert.
Immediately after the Season Finale, host Mike Salk joins five captains and four crew members in the studio for a live Q&A with fans.
I don't know who's job it is to keep the episode guide up to date for Wicked Tuna, but somebody has dropped the ball, I GUESS I'LL JUST QUIT WATCHING THE SHOW, thx.
Paul Hebert is the most arrogant, irritating, sneaky, cheating SOB on the show. Maybe his boat will sink. What goes around comes around. It is one thing to try and make a living, another to be out right nasty to the other captains.
Hey,New Sheriff, Cap'n Bill (Hollywood) Muniz, why were you absent on Reel Talk's season finale?I'll tell you why....you wrote a check with your mouth your ass could'nt cash you big blowhard. You are no fisherman, you're a loud bragging "Jerk-Off"!
To All Captains: Why do you think there is such a disparity in what is paid by the different buyers of the tuna?
do you ever eat the test chunks there is nothing better than fresh tuna blue fin yellow fin albacore seams like lot of meat and in head too
My son and I met Dave from tuna.com when he visited Fort Walton Beach. What a class act. Will his new boat be ready for next season?
Why did Tyler kick his old crew to the curb? Did he think he could pay his fun college friends in weed and keep all the profits for himself?
Why don't all the other fishing boats follow the plane that the harpoon boat uses to find schools of fish?
The three of you are very impressive fishermen. How long have each of you been fishing? And, what do you do in the off season?
Nice to see that the they have a stroller large enough for Tyler at his marina, I didn't notice a diaper storage compartment on it
Question for Dave, Hard Merchandise who shaves you ? Is your goatee a trade mark being off one side or other?
Hmmm, that's BS , why would that dragger pass so close to .com while he was on anchor, ......some people just amaze me
I cant figure out how to get to the site where you actually type questions for cast. can someone help me?
I am new to this stuff and I cant figure out how to get onto facebook
On a show 2 weeks ago .com Cap'n Dave Carraro called Paul (I don't want to go as far as to call him a Cap'n) Hebert,"Half That". That was a good zinger.Totally on point.What happened Paul? Last season I rooted for you.This season you showed your true colors.Carraro,win or lose consistently out- fishes all boats in the fleet ....that is the fleet that NGC highlight's.Don't really see any other boats in the Bluefin community outside of the ones they feature. I would like to see the other boats fishing bluefin as well.Grow up paul and maybe you could be half the man your brother is...then again,you already "Arrrrrgh"mate!
I know that "left in Hooks" wear away eventually, BUT have any of you EVER caught a tuna with another hook in it ??? ~~Thanks guys~~~~LOVE, love ,love this show~~~Dave ~~say Hi to your beautiful wife from me~~~~~~~ :)
Paul, why do you have to laugh at someone losing a fish, that shows poor sportsman ship. come on man
Have a few seasons under my belt, fished 98- 01 I've thought about moving back and return to fishing,,,, any openings???!
I fished for a few years down the cape, from 1998-2001, watching the show makes me want to go back fishing. I'd rather be back on the boat than deal with traffic
just love fishing sun up till sun down,
experienced fisherman available.
so, if need an extra mate or a mate at the last minute.
I AM READY IMMEDIATELY,,MAY 20 2014
Thankyou and STANDING BY...
What's up Captain Paulie Hebert! You and I fished the "MISS ASHLEY" in '96. First mate "Fast Eddie" from Florida. Need a deck hand this summer?!
i'd like to know why dave marciano takes his fish on the side of the boat and not the rear like everyone else?
Bounty Hunter,keep scott's replacement....you landed one.Marciano should offload his bluefins where .com offloads.I know the market varies but .com always get's more per lb.I think their rippin tou off.I know it' easier said than done.If it mean's having money for winter...give it a shot. Go TJ.
Good to see a view of a local Gloucester establishment (Zeeks). Need to see more of these scenes. Adds more color.
do u get paid for the head of the Tuna...I saw on one of the travel channels they brought the head out steamed and put it in the middle of the table and everyone was excited meat fell from all over the head
I happened to see season 1 episode 4 where Marciano chartered his boat to a group of anglers. He told a story about Sully. Sully was on the Andrea Gail when it went down in the "Perfect Storm".He said he borrowed a couple of hundred from him the night before their ill fated trip, and still owes him the money.Marciano, you could'nt give any of his surviving family the owed money to make things right? In their time of need. Real bad karma man. Your boat sank, your not catching....see what I mean. C'mon Dave,do the right thing. I know you have some good in you.
@maryann rivas Just go to...Facebook.com/WickedtunaTV I mean c'mon.
@Ronald Mello I don't think he has a door on his stern for that purpose.