Nige and Jason try to survive only on what they catch, as they explore the role of estuary, and the story of Laurie Thompson, the hermit of Pancake Creek.
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 goes out with Nomad Sportfishing to chase GTs in the tropics, and even gives tries his hand at being a fishing guide.
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 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?
Nige Webster and Jase Medcalf do what that do best – go fishing, and try to break things. The boys chase pelagic fish offshore before turning their hands to target estuary fish. The day takes on a twist when the boys are asked to test a boat in a very different fashion!
Nige takes a BCF raffle winner out on a fishing expedition, targeting both reef species and pelagics. If they can’t catch enough species across the two environments, Nige is stuck packing boxes for BCF.
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.
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 crew go jigging soft plastics and small metals in the hope of enticing bites from all sorts of pelagics. Then, Kane Dysart and Tynan “Fro” Bartolo show us the incredible fishing opportunities right on the doorstep of Darwin.
Sight fishing in one of the most exciting forms of fishing. The AFN Fishing Show polaroids for coral trout off the coast of Queensland’s 1770, before joining Clint Isaac as he sight fishes the flats in search of pelagic reef species.