Catching Squid in western port bay with Michael Del Marco, Chris Monnier, & Jesse (Hoff), we head out in their new Brooker Boat Chasing a few Squid. The next day, one of Micks customers from the shop wanted Mick to teach him how to catch Squid, & he was not disappointed.
Micky Dee heads down to the 90 Mile beach in search of some landbased toothy action, catching up with some of the fishermen from the 'Surf fishing the 90 mile beach and offshore' Facebook group.
In this exciting episode of Oz Fish TV, Chris and Mick meet with Wayne from Anchors Away Fishing Charters, as they venture out into the waters of Western port Bay, Victoria, in search of prized snapper.
Join Michael and his partner Kim from Oz Fish TV as they venture down to Loch Sport, battling the bad weather to go fishing, staying at the Loch Sport Caravan Park, fishing on the 90 mile beach, and throwing in some prawning too.
This episode of Oz Fish TV features a little bit of everything! with landbased footage, boat footage and fishing from kayaks, there's a little something for everyone.
The Oz Fish crew branch off to cover three locations in this fun episode of Oz Fish TV, Micky Dee and Chris jump aboard The Plover to catch a ride on Bay Fish N Trips, The Hoff spends a few days in South Australia testing the waters, and Steph heads up into the high country, to try her luck in the streams.
Garfish were on the menu and it was up to Jesse and Mick with the help of Perfect Image and their good friend Scott to catch them, time to get the nets and lights out!
The rocks around Corinella can hold some interesting species of fish, this episode of Oz Fish TV focuses on some landbased fishing around the rocks that surround Corinella Pier.
Micky Dee heads out for a fish with Mark from Gotcha Bait and Burley, they come across a fantastic whiting hotspot, making for one awesome whiting bite.
Not all good fishing spots require long walks, Stockyard Point is one well known landbased fishing spot in Westernport, Victoria, but for some people, the long walk can be daunting. However, as we're about to show you, there are other alternatives.
Once again we're splitting an episode of Oz Fish TV into some very different locations and fishing styles, from catching beach worms, to kayaking, to stalking some beautiful wild trout in the streams.
Micky Dee and Chris head to Sydney to pick up Oz Fish TV's Brooker 4.2 metre tinny, Mick then heads up north, to try his luck at catching mud crabs.
pisode 6 takes the Oz Fish crew to the Australian Shark and Ray Centre in Dandenong, where Charlotte, Lachlan and Brianna jump in the ponds to feed some cartilaginous critters. Later, the cameras jump to Corinella Pier, where crystal clear waters grant the team an opportunity at some southern calamari.
In the 8th episode of Season 1, the Oz Fish TV crew head down to Patterson river, where the mulloway are on a hot bite. They catch and release a few of these beautiful elusive fish, and a surprise visit from a big bream gives Steph a great little fight.
In the finale of Season 2, Micky Dee and Chris meet up with Charlie Micallef, and jump on board his charter, Savage Seas Adventures, they begin with some bait collection, and later move further offshore, in search of bigger and bitier things.
During the filming of season 1, there were a few fish that didn't make episodes, for all different reasons. We decided we wanted to include these moments in an episode, thus creating the 'One-offs' episode.
Appropriately named after the objective of this episode, a few mates and members of the Oz Fish TV team hit the piers of Port Phillip Bay, 'hopping' from pier to pier in search of southern calamari. The episode then takes a turn towards Flinders Pier, where the hunt for larger sized squid begins.
In a small damn in Mornington, Chris and Mick teach a few kids how to fish during the Oz Fish TV Kids' Day, getting them on to some short-finned eels and a little redfin. The dynamic duo then head over to Westernport, to chase whiting with Paul from Boab boat hire.
Out Lake Tyers journey begins with terrible weather, but as the weather cleared up, so did the fishing! With some beautiful dusky flathead making an appearance and a few nice dinners at the Waterwheel Beach Tavern to top it all off.
The crew hops on board Pirate Mick's pontoon after a stop at his yabby dam to learn a little bit about our favourite little freshwater crays. Drifting down tyers, the crew have a great little scenery tour and a bit of a fish. That night, they head down to the lake to enjoy a spot of prawning with Jarrod Day.
The final episode of the season ends with a bang, reef fishing the beautiful reefs of Bass Straight with Tony from Far Out Charters - Lakes Entrance, a fantastic mixed bag is produced as well as a couple of beautiful gummies.
The first episode of Season 2 begins in Westernport, on the sandy, muddy banks of Stockyard point, where Micky Dee, The Hoff, along with Michael and Steve, chase gummy sharks off the land. The second half of the episode splits locations, sending Jesse to Balcombe Creek, wile Michael, Chris and Brad hit Mt Martha Rocks.
The Oz Fish TV crew head to Powlett River in search of the timid and intelligent black bream, later, Mick and Jesse head to Kilcunda surf beach, to try their luck at some salmon fishing.
The third episode of Oz Fish TV takes place entirely on the Lang Lang wall, where the hunt for a Westernport elephant fish begins, but is rudely interrupted by some nice gummy sharks!
As Chris makes his way to New Zealand on some personal business, he stops by on a local charter to do some filming, later, Oz Fish jumps on board Reel Obsession Charters out of San Remo in search of gummy sharks and elephant fish.
In the very first episode of Oz Fish TV, Mick and Chris take their daughters to Rhyll Trout Farm to have a crack at a few rainbow trout. The following day, they meet up with Hoff and meet Steph at Cowes Pier, where they have a great day of fishing and plenty of good memories.
The Hoff and his mate, Shannon shoot down to Hazelwood pondage, an excellent family fishing lake, full of weird and wonderful tropical fish. Later, Micky Dee and The Hoff don the waders, and prepare to wade the streams of Rubicon River, in search of brook trout.
This episode of Oz Fish TV, Mick and Chris head off with Warneet Boat Hire to chase a few southern calamari around quail bank, followed by a trip out of Mornington on board 'The Plover' for a charter with Bay Fish N Trips.
Michael Arthur, Micky Dee and The Hoff head to Emerald Lake, chasing some of the DEPI Fisheries' stocked rainbow trout. Afterwards, Chris, Mick, Mark the minion and Jesse meet with local, Turi at Screw Creek, where they begin the search for the elusive estuary perch.
Mick Joins Mark Stock down at Tenby point to target a few landbased gummy sharks, bringing the whole Oz Fish TV crew down the next night for another session of gummy shark fun.
In this special episode of Oz Fish TV, we take a look back at some of the bloopers, mistakes and fumbles throughout the series. We also view a series of 'one off' catches, that were either unique, or didn't make an episode.
This episode of Oz Fish TV starts off in Cardinia Lakes, Pakenham, where the team have some fun on some local Redfin with Michael Arthur, they later head to a small dam stocked with silver perch to give lures and worms a shot.
Episode 10 begins at Capacity Sports, a kayak specialist store that sells Native Watercraft kayaks. Micky Dee and Chris each choose a 'yak, and later take them out to Mornington for a fish. The episode ends on board Anchors Away Charters, where Wayne and Corey get the crew on to some beautiful Winter whiting.
Oz Fish TV, Season 1, Episode 5 begins at the Gotcha Bait and Burley Tooradin factory, where we learn how Gotcha package their Bait and Burley. We then head over to Mornington Boat Hire, where Mick and Hoff chase a few little squid for a bit of fun.
Episode 11 features a kayak segment in Martha Cove featuring Micky Dee, Chris and Rowan Butler, later, the Hoff joins some friends, Chris Colby, Michael Arthur and Piotr Pomorski to target a few stocked rainbow trout in Lakeside, Pakenham. In the final segment of this episode, we see Steph and Chris join Malke from Lonestar Marine for a Westernport fish.
Chris joins Minister of Ports, David Hodgett, interviewing him on the improvements on Mornington Pier, and other areas. Later, we jump to Grantville Pier where Micky Dee and The Hoff try, and try, and try again for a Winter gummy. Finally, this episode ends on a session at Inverloch with Micky Dee, Mark the Minion, Scott and Kerry, where they go for some simple bread and butter fishing off the beach.