Saturday 4, Apr 2020
Exploring the inaccessible fishing hotspots of inland Northern Territory by helicopter, Rob targets barramundi in 3 distinctly different environments.
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Top End Heli-Fishing Mary River System
When you think of fish with sharp dangerous teeth, sharks spring to mind, but Australia's waters have an army of toothy critters ready to take the bait.
toothy critters Saltwater Piranha sharks
Rob heads to Lord Howe Island in search of the world’s best kingfish action … from a tiny sailing kayak.
Lord Howe Island kingfish Yellowtail Kingfish
Trout are the world’s most popular sports fish, and they thrive in Australia's Rooftop, the Snowy Mountains.
the Snowy Mountains Rooftop
Bull sharks can venture a wide range of waters, including waterways where they are least expected.
Bull shark Freshwater sharks
Murray Cod have survived for 60 million years, but with just 200 years of European settlement, modern man has presented this ancient fish with their biggest threat yet.
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