The Ultimate Seafood Road Trip

By: Kevin Bender

Ben Sargent lives for seafood. He's a fisherman, restaurateur, chef and overall seafood fanatic who's ready to take you on another amazing adventure: Season two of Hook, Line & Dinner premieres tonight at 8pm on Cooking Channel.

This season, Ben continues his cross-country seafood road trip on his  tricked-out motorcycle  (which you should totally check out here)  in pursuit of the very best local sea-foodies, the freshest fish and the most delicious ways to prepare it. Beginning tonight, Ben's travels will take him coast to coast, on a bigger, better-than-ever, seafood-packed motorcyle tour of the continent.

So what does the ultimate seafood road trip include?
Ben's making stops down in Florida's tropical  Islamorada and the iconic Mid Atlantic's Chesapeake Bay, then all the way up in Canadian fishing hub Vancouver and even the chilly (read: FREEZING) salmon fishing village of Sitka, Alaska!  Would you expect anything less from the man whose passion for seafood is as boundless as the ocean?

In tonight's episode, Ben explores New York's coastal town of Montauk. He's in search of striped bass and porgy, two tasty local finds.

To find the best catch, Ben teams up with local expert Amanda Switzer who shows him how it's done. Amanda knows how it's done, and maneuvers like an expert to beat out other boats for a great catch.

When the fishing wraps up, Ben turns his attention to eating. He visits two local chefs who transform Ben's catches into succulent suppers:

Get the recipes from tonight's episode:

Tune in tonight at 8pm to catch the fresh premiere of Season 2 of Hook, Line & Dinner

Next Up

Road Trip: Lobster Rolls

Just in time for the height of summer, here are some of the best lobster rolls within 120 miles on NYC.

The Ultimate Valentine's Day Cocktail

What's wrong with most red velvet cupcakes? According to Classy Ladies Alie & Georgia, it's the lack of vodka. So they fixed that.

The Ultimate Guide to Austin Eats

If you're headed to Austin for SXSW, the tacos, or just to enjoy the beautiful Texas city, you don't want to miss the Austin restaurants and bites featured in Cooking Channel TV shows.

Road Trip with G. Garvin Location Guide

Click a location to see G. Garvin's favorite spots.

Sifted: The Ultimate Hot Chocolate + More Chilly Day Recipes

Get Cooking Channel's take on the best in food news, recipes and more from around the web, including Mexican hot chocolate and cinnamon crunch skillet bread.

On TV

Unwrapped 2.0

7:30am | 6:30c

Unwrapped 2.0

8:30am | 7:30c

Unwrapped 2.0

9:30am | 8:30c

Food Truck Nation

12:30pm | 11:30c

Food: Fact or Fiction?

1:30pm | 12:30c

Good Eats

3pm | 2c

Good Eats

3:30pm | 2:30c

Good Eats

4pm | 3c

Good Eats

4:30pm | 3:30c

Good Eats

5pm | 4c
On Tonight
On Tonight
8pm | 7c
12am | 11c
What's Hot
What's Hot

The Best Thing I Ever Ate

Mondays 9|8c

So Much Pretty Food Here