The girls from "Girls Gone Grabblin'!" relax before getting in the water. "Girls Gone Grabblin'!" is a successful video that shows how these young women catch catfish.
Phil Keoghan takes a ride on the open waters with some of the grabblin' girls. They taught him how to coax a 35-pound catfish out of its hole with his bare hands.
A couple of Phil Keoghan's fishing mates have a laugh on the boat before getting in the muddy waters.
Phil Keoghan learns that grabblin' requires a face-first approach as one girl submerges herself in the murky waters.
Phil Keoghan gets his hands dirty as he makes his first attempt at grabblin'.
Phil Keoghan displays a massive catfish that he and the girls caught.
Phil Keoghan helps the girls secure their first catch of the day.
Phil Keoghan was all smiles until the catfish started biting him. He wasn't prepared for the aggressiveness of the fish.
Grabblin' can be a group effort that requires a hands-on approach.
Once he hears a thud, Phil Keoghan submerges his face to coax the catfish from its hole.
Phil Keoghan displays what a catfish can do when you try to capture it.
Marty Jenkins, "the Tiger Woods of grabblin'," helps Phil Keoghan and Co. catch one of the biggest catfish of the day.
Marty Jenkins shows off his accomplishment. Despite his skills, he still struggled to make the catch.
Fostana Jenkins says that the reason she goes grabblin' is for her dinner. Phil Keoghan and the girls had a catfish fry after they grabbled.
The girls enjoy the fruits of their labor after a hard day of grabblin'.