History Awesome / RiverMonsters

25th Jun '17 4:10:27 PM Sharysa
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** About the incident with the sound man: he was actually wearing rubber bots, which took the brunt of the shock. Despite suffering a massive headache, he was otherwise unharmed and was walking half a day later.

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** About the incident with the sound man: he was actually wearing rubber bots, boots, which took the brunt of the shock. Despite suffering a massive headache, he was otherwise unharmed and was walking half a day later.



** No less so the man who crafted a technique for catching them that is essentially paddling an innertube with your feet and then using fly-fishing to catch these fish who, as we learn over the course of the episode, can cause serious injury if they ram you at full tilt.

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** No less so the man who crafted a technique for catching them that is essentially paddling an innertube inner-tube with your feet and then using fly-fishing to catch these fish who, as we learn over the course of the episode, can cause serious injury if they ram you at full tilt.
16th Jun '17 4:34:50 PM KaijuDirectorOO7
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** About the incident with the sound man: he was actually wearing rubber bots, which took the brunt of the shock. Despite suffering a massive headache, he was otherwise unharmed and was walking half a day later.


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* Jeremy trying to land a mako shark Ernest Hemingway-style: using a dugout canoe and a simple baited line.
8th Jun '17 10:15:56 AM KaijuDirectorOO7
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** Moreover, Jeremy states that this has evened the score. He caught one goonch in season one, but with the one he almost caught getting away, they're even.
* In the series finale, Jeremy is investigating stories of deaths in a Malaysian lake, and comes to the conclusion that the culprit is his arch nemesis, the one river monster he never caught: the Sareng (known locally in Malaysia as the Tapah). He catches one. While Jeremy eventually decides that his nemesis is not to blame, but rather poisonous gases in the lake, as the victims didn't show signs of being attacked, he is still proud to say that the sareng is no longer TheOneThatGotAway.

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** Moreover, A moment of awesome for the fish: Jeremy states that this has evened the score. He caught one a big goonch in season one, but with the one he almost caught getting away, he declares that they're even.
even.
* In the series finale, Jeremy is investigating stories of deaths in a Malaysian lake, and comes to the conclusion that the culprit is his arch nemesis, the one river monster he never caught: the Sareng (known locally in Malaysia as the Tapah). He catches one. While Jeremy eventually decides that his nemesis is not to blame, but rather poisonous gases in the lake, as the victims didn't show signs of being attacked, he is still proud to say that the sareng is no longer the (literal) TheOneThatGotAway.
8th Jun '17 10:13:33 AM KaijuDirectorOO7
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* "Atomic Assassin": Jeremy and his crew risk their lives at the site of the world's worst nuclear
disaster... and find the monster they're looking for: a mutated som catfish.

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* "Atomic Assassin": Jeremy and his crew risk risked their lives at the site of the world's worst nuclear
nuclear disaster... and find the monster they're looking for: a mutated som catfish.



* The end of the season nine episode "Return of The Killer Catfish": Jeremy returns to India to fish for another monster goonch despite believing that they're extinct, though reports and rumours sayotherwise. Come the end of it he's in a duel with another goonch... but this one gets away. Still, he is still happy as he has found personal proof that the goonch still live.
** Moreover, Jeremy states that this has evened the score. He caught one goonch in season one, but with one getting away, they're even.

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* The end of the season nine episode "Return of The Killer Catfish": Jeremy returns to India to fish for another monster goonch despite believing that they're extinct, though reports and rumours sayotherwise.say otherwise. Come the end of it he's in a duel with another goonch... but this one gets away. Still, he is still happy as he has found personal proof that the goonch still live.
** Moreover, Jeremy states that this has evened the score. He caught one goonch in season one, but with the one he almost caught getting away, they're even.
7th Jun '17 7:03:55 PM KaijuDirectorOO7
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* "Atomic Assassin": Jeremy and his crew risk their lives at the site of the world's worst nuclear
disaster... and find the monster they're looking for: a mutated som catfish.



* In the series finale, Jeremy is investigating stories of attacks in Malaysia, and comes to the conclusion that the culprit is his arch nemesis, the one river monster he never caught: the Sareng (known locally in Malaysia as the Tapah). He catches one.

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*The end of the season nine episode "Return of The Killer Catfish": Jeremy returns to India to fish for another monster goonch despite believing that they're extinct, though reports and rumours sayotherwise. Come the end of it he's in a duel with another goonch... but this one gets away. Still, he is still happy as he has found personal proof that the goonch still live.
** Moreover, Jeremy states that this has evened the score. He caught one goonch in season one, but with one getting away, they're even.
* In the series finale, Jeremy is investigating stories of attacks deaths in Malaysia, a Malaysian lake, and comes to the conclusion that the culprit is his arch nemesis, the one river monster he never caught: the Sareng (known locally in Malaysia as the Tapah). He catches one. While Jeremy eventually decides that his nemesis is not to blame, but rather poisonous gases in the lake, as the victims didn't show signs of being attacked, he is still proud to say that the sareng is no longer TheOneThatGotAway.
29th May '17 11:05:42 PM MeatWisdom
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* When searching for an oarfish, he had to dive in water over a mile deep and was visibly unnerved by it, coming close to a panic attack. Despite this, he went back down at night was rewarded by seeing not one, but two oarfish in the wild.

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* When searching for an oarfish, he had to dive in water over a mile deep and was visibly unnerved by it, coming close to a panic attack. Despite this, he went back down at night was rewarded by seeing not one, but two oarfish in the wild.wild.
* In the series finale, Jeremy is investigating stories of attacks in Malaysia, and comes to the conclusion that the culprit is his arch nemesis, the one river monster he never caught: the Sareng (known locally in Malaysia as the Tapah). He catches one.
26th Sep '16 4:13:30 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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* Jeremy has survived life endangering situations countless times, such as a plane crash, nearly getting struck by lightning (it was actually his sound man who got struck a few feet away), numerous close calls with Nile crocodiles, and at least two bouts of malaria.
** He once got his chest rammed by a giant Arapaima, an injury that still caused him great pain ''six weeks'' after the incident. Only a few days later, he went on to catch an even bigger one.
** He fished in the Pripyat River near Chernobyl. Then he fished in the plant's cooling pond. Then he fished AT THE MOUTH OF THE CHANNEL FEEDING REACTOR NUMBER 4.

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* Jeremy has survived life endangering situations countless times, such as a plane crash, nearly getting struck by lightning (it was actually his sound man who got struck a few feet away), numerous close calls with Nile crocodiles, and at least two bouts of malaria. \n** He once got his chest rammed by a giant Arapaima, an injury that still caused him great pain ''six weeks'' after the incident. Only a few days later, he went on to catch an even bigger one.
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one. He fished in the Pripyat River near Chernobyl. Then he fished in the plant's cooling pond. Then he fished AT THE MOUTH OF THE CHANNEL FEEDING REACTOR NUMBER 4.
25th Sep '16 6:52:13 PM chasemaddigan
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* The whole Goliath Tiger Fish episode.

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* The goonch catfish he caught? Largest one on record.
* The climax of the Nile Perch episode.
* The Arapaima he caught in 'Lair of Giants'? Possibly a new species.
* The whole Goliath Tiger Fish episode. Jeremy waited ''25 years'' for that gigantic tigerfish. It was his moment of awesome in his entire career.
7th May '16 5:04:18 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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* When searching for an oarfish, he had to dive in water over a mile deep and was visibly unnerved by it, coming close to a panic attack. Despite this, he went back down at night. And was rewarded by seeing not one, but two oarfish in the wild.

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* When searching for an oarfish, he had to dive in water over a mile deep and was visibly unnerved by it, coming close to a panic attack. Despite this, he went back down at night. And night was rewarded by seeing not one, but two oarfish in the wild.
6th May '16 8:19:19 PM katfairy
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* During filming for the episode "Death Down Under", the crew found a man who was stranded for 60 hours and rescued him, which became part of the episode. Also doubles as [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments heartwarming]].

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* During filming for the episode "Death Down Under", the crew found a man who was stranded for 60 hours and rescued him, which became part of the episode. Also doubles as [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments heartwarming]].heartwarming]].
* When searching for an oarfish, he had to dive in water over a mile deep and was visibly unnerved by it, coming close to a panic attack. Despite this, he went back down at night. And was rewarded by seeing not one, but two oarfish in the wild.
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