Larry Dahlberg was working for a fishing TV show in the 1980s when he realized he could be the one doing the fishing in front of the camera. From the time he was learning the nuances of the sport growing up in Minnesota, he has always been fascinated by big fish, and so he produced a demo tape starring himself and some very large fish. That's how ``The Hunt for Big Fish'' was born, and some two decades later, Dahlberg's show is as popular as ever, thanks to the man -- a Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame member -- who catches huge fish all over the world using every kind of gear imaginable.
- Apr 01, 2001
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