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.
Heading north of the Cape York Penisula, we find some remote areas of the Great Barrier Reef, and sample the amazing fishing on offer. Along the journey we investigate why the reef is such an important Wonder-of-the-World; we also highlight some of its major threats.
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 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 Darwin to continue his search for a metre barramundi. Then, Bill Classon explores Bemm River on the hunt for a 1kg+ bream.
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 heads up north to Darwin and chase some elusive sailfish, along with some other reef species.
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 Brisbane, the capital city of Queensland, to sample some of the great fishing on offer. The journey starts in Brisbane River, targeting a unique population of fish, before heading into Moreton Bay to chase Northern Bluefin Tuna.
In a special 1 hour show, we combine the process of flathead fishing with the rules of cricket, Then we catch some Snapper with Victorian cricketers James Pattinson and John Hastings. If you love cricket and fishing you can’t miss this!
BCF store manager Dave Padmore joins Nige Webster for possibly their greatest challenge yet: can they outfish a first grader? Then we hunt Golden Trevally at Exmouth Flats.
BCF Staff Member Rall must show Nige how to use two different fishing techniques to catch snapper offshore. Then, we go offshore fishing for kings in Portland.