Bill Classon travels to New Zealand to fly fish some spectacular water and find out just why their trout are so large. Then to the unique town of Marysville to not only see it's remarkable rebirth since the bushfires but also to catch a trout or two.
Today we put a fishing journalist to the test: he gets one day to prove he can catch NSW luderick using an artificial technique he has written about in magazines. The team then heads to the New Zealand South Island to target trout in fast flowing rivers.
The AFN team take on a multi-species fishing tournament on the Gold Coast that also aims to raise money for paramedics with a great cause. We then head to New Zealand and target cruising lake trout with soft plastic lures.
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.