5 Questions With...Charlie Moore
December 6, 2013
The Gents, DK and JD from 2GentlemenReview.com talk to Charlie about cigars, sports, and a little favorites fun in their
5 question interview. Read the interview.
'Meet The Mad Fisherman' in Azimuth Magazine
Check out the interview with Charlie Moore in this quarter's issue of Azimuth, the magazine for HUMMER enthusiasts around the world!
Interview with Charlie Moore, host of 'Charlie Moore: No Offense'
January 14, 2012
Brian Canell of TheCelebrityCafe.com interviews Charlie about his love for Boston sports, the thinking behind such a unique show, and the charitable work he has done in the Boston community. Read the interview.
Brittany's Bleacher Conversation: Charlie Moore Has the World's Best Job
January 13, 2012
Bleacher Report contributor Brittany Frederick interviews Charlie about the second season of Charlie Moore: No Offense and being a Boston sports fan.
Read the interview.
Charlie Moore: No Offense premieres Friday on Versus
Los Angeles Times
February 3, 2011
LA Times sports reporter Kelly Burgess blogs about Charlie's new show.
Read the article.
The Mad Fisherman Comes To VERSUS – Series Premiere Of Charlie Moore: No Offense
Featured on Get Hook'd, The Fishing Wire, and The Outdoor Wire
February 3, 2011
VERSUS will debut the new original series Charlie Moore:No Offense, featuring the Boston native and Emmy Award-winning host, beginning on February 4, at 8:30 p.m. ET. The ten-episode show features this one-of-a-kind, cigar loving sports fanatic and avid angler, as he leaves his native waters and goes on numerous adventures taking viewers on a rip-roaring ride through the water. Read more.
Winter Classic Party at the Hotel Commonwealth
Friday, January 1, 2010
A hot time was had by all 1,000 hockey fans (including the Mad Fisherman!)
who checked out the Ice Party at the Hotel Commonwealth, kicking off the NHL
Winter Classic celebration.
Read the Boston Herald article.
Read the Boston Globe article.
Concerts, Cup visits, Croatian holidays ...and filming with Charlie Moore!
September 9, 2009
ESPN blogger Piere LeBrun finds out what some of the NHL's top stars did
during the summer of '09. Boston Bruins goalie Tim Thomas' favorite summer
moment was taking part in a taping with Charlie Moore's fishing show.
Read the article.
December 23, 2009
Stay informed of all of the happenings in Mad Fish Land! Keep current with
all three of Charlie's shows - Charlie Moore Outdoors,
Beat Charlie Moore, and Charlie Moore TV. Catch the latest news about
upcoming guests and show locations, personal appearances,
contests and events.
Filming begins for pilot episode of "The Mad Fish Show"
Charlie Moore, the Mad Fisherman, sets up a lake scene with his longtime
producer, Bob Sylvester, for his current project with Pilgrim Film and
Television Studios. This new show is a hybrid reality that features Charlie,
his crew, and his family. Pilgrim Studios has been responsible for such hits
as Survivor, Dirty Jobs, and American Chopper. The Mad Fish Show is
scheduled to air sometime in 2010.
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"A good old success story related with charm and humor."
Charlie Moore was married with two kids (and one on the way) when his Massachusetts bait-and-tackle shop sank without a trace.
A skilled fisherman and a savvy entrepreneur trained in his father's cigar shop, Charlie decided to support his family by
starring on his own TV fishing show.
The Mad Fisherman is the incredible story of how Charlie cold-called his way into doing short spots for no money for a regional
outdoors show while working odd jobs to pay for diapers. When the TV station refused to pay up once the show was a hit, he
hooked show sponsors himself, turning Charlie Moore Outdoors into a profitable enterprise.
With unflagging energy, a wild sense of humor, and a sheer love of the outdoors, Charlie Moore entertains and amuses a million
and a half people every week.