In the second stage of their offroad adventure, Nige and Jason hit the waters to the north of rockhampton. The temperaterures rise and so does the difficulty level as everything seems to go wrong.
After fitting a car and building a boat, Nige and Jason Medcalf head in search of a fishing destination they've only ever seen on a map. They are soon put to the test as very little goes to plan.
Nige targets cold water barramundi in QLDs Burdekin River and Bill experiences a new perspective on fishing with Phil Smallman before searching for trout in the creeks and streams close to Melbourne.
Nige investigates the health of some of our prominent estuary and bay waters, starting with a shallow water flats mission in the NT then it's off to fish one of the tributary systems near Townsville.
Nige & Leila Carrick explore an ancient landscape in search of prehistoric fish. Then Bill investigates a fisheries project that offers anglers year-round trout fishing options.
Nige heads to the tropics in search of a bucket list capture of holy grail proportions. The aim: to catch permit on fly fishing gear, which could prove to be the hardest mission he has ever attempted.
Nige heads to the Sunshine Coast with cameraman Dave Leonard to see how he will go with a fishing rod in his hands. Then Bill Classon investigates rumors of a new breed of Barramundi in the N.T.
Nige Hooks up with a couple of anglers on a journey down the west coast of the Cape York Peninsula, surviving off what they can catch while trying not to be eaten by the local and aggressive wildlife.