Hitch up the boat, pile on the gear, fire up the Ford F-Series and hit the road in pursuit of redfish, tarpon, bass and salmon alongside two respected authorities on the ways and wonders of each amazing breed in "Ford's Fishing Frontiers." This innovative series brings a wild world together for one fun, informative experience: knowledgeable, science-driven experts, wild, wonderful fish and the only truck that plays as hard as it works: The Ford F-Series.
Hosted by Flip Pallot, assisted on several episodes by eclectic star of ABC's mega-hit Extreme Makeover: Home Edition and life-long fisherman, Preston Sharp, this show offers viewers a blend of powerful visuals with sweeping natural vistas, 3D animations and original storytelling. Loaded with in depth science and strategy segments, each show features an ensemble of today's most respected authorities on conserving, protecting and landing these captivating species.
Each episode follows Flip and Preston as they focus on one expert's species of choice and all the research, preparation, travel and effort that goes into understanding, protecting and boating them. We'll ride along in their 2010 Ford F-Series with a full load on board and in tow. We'll learn the ins and outs of each piece of water, hook up with key conservation partners and, leverage our experts' unique passion for their chosen species.
Produced In partnership with two exceptional conservation organizations, each episode also delves deep into the current and future status of these legendary species that leave experts and amateurs alike driven to fish.
Meet our Conservation Partners
Teaming up with Ford F-Series to drive the conservation message are two highly respected organizations.
The Coastal Conservation Association (CCA), a non-profit group, comprises 17 coastal state chapters spanning the Gulf of Mexico, Atlantic and Pacific coasts. CCA's strength is drawn from the tens of thousands of recreational saltwater anglers who make up its membership. From South Texas to the upper reaches of Maine to Puget Sound, CCA's grassroots influence is felt through state capitols, U.S. Congress and, most importantly, in the conservation and restoration of our coastal marine resources.
With 68,000 members and chapters in 17 states, CCA publishes the popular Tide Magazine with a circulation of 90,000.
The Bonefish & Tarpon Trust supports education, conservation and research to help understand, nurture and enhance healthy bonefish, tarpon and permit populations.
They serve as a repository of information and knowledge on the life cycle, behavior and well-being of these species and work with regulatory authorities to ensure their legal protection.
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