Join the AFN crew as they hit shallow water estuary and bay waters in search of big trevally, then head to the bustle of the city as we sample some of Sydney’s rock fishing.
The AFN Fishing Show travels to Qld where the team targets huge and fussy impoundment barramundi. Down south, Bill Classon shows us how to catch Murray cod in the middle of Melbourne.
We go from the highlands of NSW to the southern waters of Australia. If you love the idea of chasing murray cod in the gorges or big South Australian whiting then you’d better tune in!
We go from the top of the water to the bottom. We use heavy blade lures to chase large pelagic fish before turning our attention to surface fishing for bread and butter species.
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.
We chase a couple of our iconic Aussie sport fish. We head offshore to learn the art of fishing small soft plastics for snapper before hitting the floodplains of the Northern Territory in search of barra.
Bass guru Jason Ehrlich shows us some of his favourite techniques before we head to the sands of Fraser Island and chase fish on the beach.
We hit the water in a variety of small water craft. We kayak fish for flathead before heading across the ditch in search of lake and river trout.
It’s back to basics as the AFN crew targets bread and butter species in estuary waters, then Bill Classon discovers the untold story of the trout cod- and you’re in for a surprise!
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.
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.
We hit the holiday road with a Sydney working family and learn how they go about catching plenty of bread-and-butter species from the beach and estuary at Port Stephens. Then, Bill Classon and Travis McIntyre look at soft plastic techniques for snapper in Port Phillip Bay.