Saturday 8, May 2021
The convergence of tropical and subtropical currents at the Abrolhos Islands produce an amazing array of marine life and the site of Australia’s first European landing.
Returning to a favoured Trout fishing lair, Rob finds the fishing conditions tough, pulling out all stops to catch a trout in the scenic surrounds.
Rob hooks up with an old fly fishing friend who details how to catch everything on fly in the tropics from small Trevally to barra, giant Queenfish and even an 8 foot shark.
Saltwater fly fishing giant Queenfish River Whaler shark
Isn’t Canberra just about politics? Think again as Rob guides us around the national capital culminating in an epic encounter with the biggest Murray cod ever caught from a kayak.
Canberra Murray cod Redfin
Rob explores the new Port of Airlie and the Whitsundays, the gateway to tropical fishing adventure and the Great Barrier Reef.
Airlie Beach Great Barrier Reef Whitsundays
Rob returns to South Australia’s Fishing and Seafood Frontier, landing on the windswept headlands and vast beaches of the Eyre Peninsula to tangle with what waits beyond the waves.
Port Lincoln Eyre Peninsula
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