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Reel Time Florida Sportsman TV Season 4

St. Johns River | Photo: Jake Harn

St. Johns River | Photo: Jake Harn

It’s time to tune in and join host George Gozdz as he takes Reel Time Florida Sportsman on the road. Ride along as the RTFS crew goes from Miami to Amelia Island on the east coast and from Ft. Myers to Crystal River on the west coast as George hooks up with anglers, like you, to film the fourth season of the very popular television show. This season is all about amazing destinations, colorful characters and new techniques.

The premise of the show has always been to connect with anglers from around the state and fish their home waters, making them stars for a day. “It was a dream come true,” said Zach Truong, 16, of Orange City, Florida, when George Gozdz reached out to him as a result of his Instagram post. “I never thought I’d be picked to be on the show. I’ve been watching RTFS since it started online. It’s my favorite fishing show because it’s relevant; they do a lot of the same kind of fishing that I do with my parents.” You can catch Zach in action on episode four.

Crystal River | Photo: Cavin Brothers

Crystal River | Photo: Cavin Brothers

“Once I was able to forget about the cameras, the day turned into a regular fishing trip,” said Mark Lamacchia, a 28-year-old roofer from Sarasota who will be in episode four. “George was awesome. He was funny and great to be around. There was never a dull moment. We caught snook, jacks, tripletail and sheepshead. It was a great day.”

“To keep our shows improving, we want to bring more to the picture than simply recalling our day’s fishing,” host Gozdz commented. We want to teach you something you didn’t already know with our technique shows, make you want to fish an area with our destination shows and introduce you to an interesting person with our personality shows.

“As I say in each show, post a report or give me a shoutout—I want to fish with you next.”

-Florida Sportsman Magazine


Gulf stream off southeast Florida coast | Photo: Cavin Brothers


Behind the scenes air boating the St. Johns River | Photo: Jake Harn


Florida stick marsh | Photo: Cavin Brothers


Behind the scenes | Photo: Jake Harn


Full throttle in an old Florida locale | Photo: Jake Harn


Where the Econlockhatchee meets the St. Johns | Photo: Cavin Brothers


Crystal River, topwater gag grouper | Photo: Cavin Brothers

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Clark's Fork

Colorblind Media, a Sarasota, Florida based outdoor film production company is looking for an editor.

Are you passionate about creating stories and inspiring viewers? Really passionate…as in, loves post production so much that you dream about it. We realize that Sarasota, FL isn’t exactly a hotbed for the film industry so we are open to possible (nearby) freelance work. We would LOVE to fill a full time local position though. If you have the attributes listed below, email a cover letter, resume and examples of your work to with EDITOR in the subject line.



– 3 years experience working in editing and post production

– Experience editing for network television delivery

– Adobe Premiere master. As in, knows Premiere inside and out

– Basic skills in Adobe After Effects

– Advanced general OSX and general computer skills

– Understands camera codecs, video compression, etc

– A love for film (not just outdoors)

– Knowledge of outdoor subjects (know the difference between tarpon and trout)

– Willing to work hard to create great work




– Basic color correction skills in DaVinci Resolve or Equiv

– Basic sound design skills in Adobe Audition or Equiv

– Basic graphic design skills in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop

– Basic motion design skills in Adobe After Effects