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 run an experiment of the food types barramundi feed on in central Queensland, before exploring the role Fisheries plays in Victoria’s best fishing spots.
Nige heads out with Trevor Hawkins and fly fishes along 3 different trout rivers over 3 days.
We head from north to south with a scientific aim in mind; to study the behaviours of some of our favourite sport fish.
Nige hunts down some offshore aggressors and helps one lucky angler catch a fish they’ve always dreamed of. The show then heads south to do it all again, attempting to fly fish out of a kayak as we chase wild bass with Shannon Kitchener.
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 visits Lake Sampsonvale to help catch and gather data on the stocked bass in the lake. Then, Nige chases Australian snapper and explores their hunting habits and the behaviours of bait fish while discovering more about these awesome predatory fish.
It’s youth versus experience as Nige challenges a younger generation of anglers to a fishing competition aboard Nomad Sportfishing, before Bill Classon explores the explosive growth rates of trout and salmon in the crater lakes of Western Victoria.
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.
We visit the Mary River Catchment Coordinating Committee, and learn what they’re doing to protect the Mary River Cod.
Nige heads to North Queensland to meet up with JC’S Guided Sportfishing and chase a bucket list fish – a metre long barramundi!
Nige Webster heads to Marion Bay in SA to sample the amazing scenery and the deep fishery within. Then, Bill Classon heads to Blue Rock to fish for bass and settle a rivalry between two fishing mates.
Nige Webster finds out which state leads the way when it comes to catching whiting in a North versus South challenge. Then, Bill Classon heads to Victoria to find a hidden sea run trout destination among the rivers or Apollo Bay.
In a special 1 hour show, we take a serious approach as we head to the top of Australia and join the Australia Zoo Croc Team.
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.