Nige catches up with Jason Medcalf and discovers the effects of flooding on local awoonga fish. There’s plenty of barramundi feeding action, before fishing along the flood route.
We head from north to south with a scientific aim in mind; to study the behaviours of some of our favourite sport fish.
We jump on a plane and head to the top of Australia in search of a secret remote fishing camp! Along the way we explore how the wet season cycle affects our offshore and river fish species, all the while tangling with some impressive fish.
Nige Webster heads to the Queensland tropics to catch 3 fish in 3 days as he chases some freshwater apex predators, and learns the importance they play in our waterways.
Nige Webster heads to Darwin to continue his search for a metre barramundi. Then, Bill Classon explores Bemm River on the hunt for a 1kg+ bream.
Nige heads to North Queensland to meet up with JC’S Guided Sportfishing and chase a bucket list fish – a metre long barramundi!
We surprise a young BCF staff member in Cairns and give him one day to catch a metre-plus barramundi, and to help Nige do likewise.
Nige brings the challenge to fishing guide Nicolai Fewtrell – catch 20 small barra, or one over 75 centimeters. The downside? For every bi-catch that comes aboard, Nicolai has to eat a random item from the dreaded ration pack!
Nige Webster visits the traditional land owners at Cape York for a very different fishing experience. Then later we join Nicolai Fewtrell on the hunt for some hungry barra.
The AFN Fishing Show catches up with Troy Dixon, and fishes soft plastic prawn imitations for wild barra in the Fitzroy river, before heading offshore to jig hard fighting tuna out on the coral sea.
Bill and Lenny pull out deep diving lures and chase perch in Victoria, before Kane Dysart joins the team trolling for barra at Dundee Beach.