See a wide selection of fishing videos below from Australia and around the world.


Video: Pier Mafia Productions "Induce the Strike"

THIS stylish video from Pier Mafia Productions highlights some of the excellent bream fishing available on Melbourne's waterways...

Video: Noosa cobia

THIS Vimeo video posted by Nido Bar features the capture of a nice cobia from a sea kayak at Noosa on QLD's Sunshine Coast...

Video: Flying Sails - Saltwater flyfishing Exmouth WA

THIS video highlights some exciting saltwater fly fishing action for sailfish in Exmouth, Western Australia...

Video: Trying for a king before the southerly

AS great as it is to head out and catch a swag of fish, sometimes the highlight of a fishing trip is just hitting the water with good mates and having fun ...

Video: Fishing Hervey Bay - Change of season

THIS latest video from the boys of Fish That Snag was shot at the sportfishing paradise of Hervey Bay, Queensland...

Video: LBG Bluefin - tag & release

LAND based game angler and Fisho Writer Patrick Linehan recently sent us a link to this Youtube video showing the capture, tag and release of land-based longtail tuna...

Video: Big SA snapper

THIS video posted on Vimeo by Jason features the capture of a big snapper off Ardrossan on the Yorke Peninsula...

Video: The Salmon Samurai

HE'S known as the Salmon Samurai, and he's all of eight years old...

Video: Exmouth fishing highlights

THIS Youtube video posted by Cody's take on life features highlights of a young angler's fishing trip this year to the remote sportfishing paradise of...

Video: Fishing CXI

THIS video by Addiction Adventure Wear highlights the amazing sportfishing opportunites available at Christmas Island (Kiritimati)...

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Practical: Safe billfish handling techniques

Removing billfish like marlin from the water causes unneccessary harm to the fish, so if you're releasing your fish as most conservation minded game fishers do, leave it in the water! Image: Jim Harnwell

WITH summer almost upon us the thoughts of bluewater anglers will be turning to billfish. So having successfully caught a marlin or sail, do you know the safest way to handle it so it can be released in the best possible condition?