Founded in 2008, BlacktipH® has helped pioneer the next generation of fishing content. Today, BlacktipH® is the most subscribed online saltwater fishing show in the world. Our model is simple: provide the viewer with action-packed, high-quality content. The show is hosted by Josh Jorgensen, and co-host Jake Jorgensen both passionate anglers hungry to catch monster fish. Our goal is to travel and film different sport fishing destinations around the world. The show is centered around conservation and promotes catch and release fishing.

BlacktipH® is the first fishing show on YouTube to reach 100,000 and 1,000,000 subscribers. We continue to evolve and set the standard for online video production through the creation of the highest quality and most entertaining fishing videos on the web.

BlacktipH® also has a serious passion for filming wildlife. We've had the opportunity to work with and license content to some of the biggest wildlife documentaries ever produced, including: BBC's Blue Planet, National Geographic's Hostile Planet, Discovery Channel's Shark Week, and many more.

We've had the privilege of working with the following celebrities: Dude Perfect (largest sports channel on YouTube), Tito Ortiz (UFC Hall of Famer), Donald Trump JR, Quincy Acy (NBA Forward for the Brooklyn Nets), Wilson Chandler (NBA Forward for the Denver Nuggets), Jahleel Addael (NFL Safety for the Los Angeles Chargers), Sam Barrington (nominee for Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year), multiple shows with players from the New York Mets Organization and other celebrities.


Joshua Jorgensen grew up in Windsor, Ontario fishing on the Great Lakes for bass, muskie, pike and other freshwater species. He has been fishing since the age of three and his passion continues to grow. In 2003, Josh was introduced to the world of saltwater fishing. He was hooked! In 2011, he moved to Florida, where he now resides.

Jorgensen's fishing adventures have been featured in numerous media articles and TV shows, including CNN, CBS, Shark Week, How to Do Florida, Spiegel TV, Living Magazine, Sun Sentinel, and many more.

Apart from fishing, Jorgensen also has a passion for developing web applications and designing interfaces. He graduated from Full Sail University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Web Design & Development.