Fisho TV

TODAY'S video comes from Nathan Bajada and feature his eight-year-old daughter, Chloe, tagging and releasing her first marlin. Nathan is a big advocate of family fishing and fishes the game tournaments with Chloe and his wife, Amanda.

TODAY'S video comes from Captain Jack Productions and features GT mayhem on the flats of Cosmoledo Atoll in The Seychelles.

TODAY'S video features a couple of Sydney bream fishos that managed to land a barramundi in one of Sydney's Inner West canals.

TODAY'S video comes from Colby Smith who recently fished Western Australia's Dirk Hartog Island.

TODAY'S video is a quick one from NSW Department of Primary Industries that features some basic information and some cool footage of NSW's FADs.

TODAY'S video is another cracker from Capt Jack Productions, this time featuring Dorado in northern Argentina's Iberá Marshlands.

TODAY'S video comes from Nomad Sportfishing and features some highlights from a recent trip to the Torres Strait and Ashmore Reef.

TODAY'S video is a quick one from Nomad Sportfishing and features a 50kg+ dogtooth tuna getting airborne while chasing a stickbait at the back of the boat!

FISHING World last week spent a couple of days fishing around the New Zealand North Island town of Mangawhai Heads. The trip was organised through Garmin Marine and local charter operator Tony Orton from Offshore Adventures.

TODAY'S video is a quick one that features a marlin telling a shark to mind its own business!

TODAY'S video comes from Capt Jack Productions and features sea run brown trout in the Rio Grande in Argentina's Tierra del Fuego region.

TODAY'S video features an in depth look at the spawning habits of Murray cod and highlights why catch and release fishing with lures in spring time can be detrimental to spawning cod.

TODAY'S video comes from Rod Mackenzie and features a 100lb river-caught Murray cod taken on a big diving lure with the Wilson Venom rod.

TODAY'S video comes from Rod Mackenzie and features some tips on fishing spinnerbaits for Murray cod.

NOVEMBER is prime time to visit Hervey Bay and chase the run of black marlin which visit the bay each year.