Video PUBLISHED: 09:47 18 April 2019 | UPDATED: 10:33 18 April 2019 Lynne Mortimer Jeremy holding the tail end of the catfish at Isola Serrafini Dam. Picture: Ross Hamilton Discovery Communications, LLC Extreme fisherman and star of River Monster, Jeremy Wade, who was born in Ipswich, brings his new series to Discovery’s Animal Planet at the end of this month. If you get the sense there is something lurking under the surface in the title Dark Waters, you’d not be wrong. In his new series, beginning on Sunday, April 28, Jeremy Wade investigates folklore, legends and reports of weird and wonderful creatures living in our planet’s waters.“These are detective stories with a difference – fishy tales from remote waters, and from right under our noses,” he says. “If anybody thought that by now I’d seen it all, you’re in for a surprise – as I was.”Born in Ipswich, the son of a clergyman, Jeremy’s interest in fishing was sparked when he was a boy, living in a village on the River Stour, in Suffolk. From those early explorations of the wildlife in our local waterways, he has gone on to discover bigger − very much bigger − things.Jeremy Wade holds… Read full this story
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