The Northern Pike is a voracious predator, well known to attack almost anything alive, including small muskrats, ducklings, & nearly any smaller fish in the lake. From May to June, the NWT is “the Land of the Midnight Sun.” One of the biggest attractions is the long summer days – those extra hours of daylight in which to enjoy all that there is to see & do in the Arctic, including the opportunity to fish t/out the night! With 48 primarily freshwater fish species inhabiting one of the largest rivers in North America, thousands of lakes and a large coastal area (including the Arctic islands), there is no shortage of fishing opportunities in the Northwest Territories. The Northwest Territories’ territorial fish, the Arctic Grayling, spends most of its time feeding underneath the waters on the larval stage of a bug’s life. Kathryn appreciates the iridescent sail, the airplane wing shape and elegant little mouth of this fish. In stark contrast, the Northern Pike (“the wolf of the north”) is a voracious predator, well known to attack almost anything alive, including small muskrats, ducklings, loon chicks, mice and nearly any smaller fish in the lake. From May to June, the NWT is “the Land of the Midnight Sun,” with some regions getting as much as 24 hours of daylight. One of the biggest attractions is the long summer days – those extra hours of daylight in which to enjoy all that there is to see and do in the Arctic, including the opportunity to fish throughout the night! ABOUT THE SERIES: Because fishing is about the journey… Brave the waters and travel with Kathryn to some of the world’s most remote and exotic destinations in her quest to conquer the top game fish. With What A Catch!, Kathryn pushes the limits of the great outdoors and her personal physical endurance to capture the essence of a true adventure. See Kathryn as she tackles unparalleled challenging elements and extreme wilderness conditions to bring viewers closer to the thrill of the catch. What A Catch!represents a slice of Kathryn’s own life. From Iceland to the Bahamas, the show takes the viewer on a breathtaking journey to remote countries to explore the prized game fish and the extraordinary surroundings that include panoramic views, and a look into diverse foreign cultures and foods. An encounter with sharks, bouncing a Bass Popper off a Cayman’s head, standing chest deep in Piranha and snake-filled waters… these are just a few of the blood rushing and exciting experiences that Kathryn shares with viewers. Each episode is filmed in high definition using as many as three HD cameras to capture the majesty of these unchartered waters and vistas. What A Catch!is filmed in exotic locations. Focus on landing a different species of game fish per episode.