Fisho TV

FOLLOWING a tragic carbon monoxide poisoning death on a recreational boat last year, this short safety video is designed to help educate boaters about the dangers of carbon monoxide. It's well worth a look!

LEE Rayner from the Fishing Edge TV program discusses lure selection and how to set up for southern bluefin tuna.

NEW fishways installed in the Kow Swamp and Kerang Weir spell good news for native fish in the lower Loddon River catchment of Victoria.

LEE Rayner from the Fishing Edge TV program shows us how to spot a swordfish bite - and then hook it!

LEE Rayner from the Fishing Edge TV show tells us how to get the most from our depth sounders in shallow water.

THIS video showcases a recent exploratory trip the Taylor brothers did into the heart the Queensland rain forest, stalking the elusive jungle perch.

THIS video was sent in by Brett Richards from National Capital Sportfishing and features his 11 year old son Ryan catching and releasing his first billfish, a striped marlin weighing approximately 60 kg from a double hook-up offshore from Jervis Bay.

LEE Rayner from the Fishing Edge TV show shows us how to fillet a whiting.

WATCH this footage of how Australia's largest offshore artificial reef complex was constructed and installed off the southern Sydney coastline in October 2017.

LEE Rayner from the Fishing Edge television show shows us how to use sea surface charts to find fish.

FISHING World editor Scott Thomas jumps onboard Arvor Boats Australia's new 555 Sportsfish.

THIS video comes from Fisho's UK correspondent Martin Salter who has recently returned from a trip chasing monster peacock bass in Brazil.

AN angry resident of Sanctuary Cove, Queensland, has been caught on film deliberately hitting golf balls at a pair of canal fishermen.

THIS video shows three anglers desperately trying to wave down an on-coming boat...you won't believe what happens next.

THIS video features David Bigg of Charter Marine fishing charters on Norfolk Island and highlights some of the wonderful sportfishing to be had there.