Nige goes out with Nomad Sportfishing to chase GTs in the tropics, and even gives tries his hand at being a fishing guide.
Nige chases after some kingfish with stickbaits in SA with KEEN As FISH, SA Fishing Charters. Then, Bill heads out with Salty Dog Fishing Charters Port Fairy to explore the tuna fishery in Portland.
Nige Webster takes a small boat a long way offshore, with the aim of catching a fish as wide or as long as his boat. The fishing heats up, but will it put an end to the adventure?
It’s surface action as Nige heads out with Jason Medcalf in search of some aggressive jacks. Then, it’s down to Victoria, to show you how to catch a gummy shark.
It’s the goodies versus the baddies, as Bill Classon sets a challenge on Why Not Fishing Charters out of Port Lincoln, and the competition is fierce!
Nige takes out Mark Urkart, an Australian Soldier injured during training, and helps him catch his first fish. Then, back on land, Mark takes Nige out for some wheelchair rugby, and it’s Game On!
Nige Webster heads to the Coral Sea with a plan in mind: to help a lure designer test product.
Bill Classon heads to Exmouth following a fishing dream: a billfish Grand Slam.
Nige takes champion longboard surfer Nic Jones offshore, and sets a few challenges for the rookie angler. Then they hit the surf, and the tables are turned, as Nic sets Nige a few challenges of his own.
The AFN Fishing team heads to the blue waters of the Gold Coast. We enlist a game fishing crew to help us test a theory. After the shock of hearing about their strange challenge, the crew quickly get to work and take on a rough ocean.
We explore trolling baits for deep water species at North Stradbroke Island with Troy Dixon, before we chase some shallow water rock bar barramundi with paddletail soft plastics.
We head to the waters off the Gold Coast to chase pelagics on large trolled lures, before heading south to troll up a few lake trout.
The AFN Fishing Show is all about game fish. Armed with some skirted lures, we troll for marlin off the coast of Northern NSW. Then, we learn how to catch large predators with deep-dropping baits off the continental shelf.
In this episode, we troll Classic Bluewater lures for Port Fairy southern bluefin tuna. Then later on, we head to Sydney’s northern beaches and see what we can catch off the rocks.
We explore the benefits of a deep water approach, towing deep baits for mackerel. Then, Bill Classon discovers the great fishing options that Mount Dandenong provides.