The Sportsman Experience is a modern take on fishing TV. Join Jim Isaac as he takes us along exploring new waters, learning new fishing methods while spending time with friends and family in the outdoors.
Season 1 - Episode 0
The Sportsman Experience - Season 1 - Series Trailer
The newest series from Sportsman Boats is COMING SOON! Subscribe and tune in to join Jim Isaac on his journey exploring new waters, learning new methods and spending time with friends and family in the outdoors on "The Sportsman Experience." The Sportsman Experience is the latest take on modern fishing TV. We've combined the Sportsman brand mantra of Family & Fishing with an all new TV show. You'll get to see us put our boats to the ultimate test to see how fishy they are but also how easily they can incorporate the family lifestyle.
Season 1 - Episode 1
Fishing The Stream – Big Mahi Mahi
This week on "The Sportsman Experience" Jim is joined by a few friends on the Sportsman, Open 352. They'll be heading 70 miles offshore of Charleston, South Carolina to target the migrating schools of Mahi Mahi also known as dolphin.
Season 1 - Episode 2
Wintertime In Charleston - Winter Redfish
This week on "The Sportsman Experience" Jim is taking his good buddy Alex from Sportsman Boats out on the All-New Masters 247 to target some inshore schools of redfish. Charleston, SC is known for big schools of redfish in the winter months so with a little luck they should be able to keep the lines tight and have a great time.
Season 1 - Episode 3
Challenge Accepted - Brody Bates Youth Redfish Tournament
This week on "The Sportsman Experience" Jim is testing his skills as a middle school fishing coach. Joined by middle school tournament angler Owen, they'll be competing in the Brody Bates Youth Redfish Open outside Charleston, SC.
Season 1 - Episode 4
The Reefs Are Alive Part 1 – A Boat Full of Cobia
This week on "The Sportsman Experience" Jim is joined by his brother and a few buddies from Sportsman Boats. They head offshore of Charleston to some natural bottom in about 50-60 feet of water to target some large schools of cobia. With this group onboard they're sure to have some good laughs and catch some nice fish.