Fishing and Adventure combines top class fishing with a down to earth grass roots attitude that resonates with viewers of all demographics. Although fishing is a major part of the show, the points of difference that F&A offers is what sets this show apart from the others. The younger, edgy style of the presenters fits in nicely with the antics and adrenalised adventure segments that are on offer throughout the series. The Challenge and Consequence segment is a good example of the boys’ commitment to keeping the show fresh and exciting and they have now found the perfect balance between entertainment and education.
Season premiere: Scott, Mig and the crew head to Hokianga on Northlands west coast for an action packed day catching Kingfish and big Snapper just off the coast.
Continuing on from the success of day one in Hokianga, the action intensifies as the boys head out wide in the Surtees to target big Hapuka and the legendary Broadbill Swordfish.
The crew head south of Auckland to Port Waikato to target big Snapper and Gurnard before getting their hands full with a creek load of hungry eels.
Scott and Mig head out over the Manukau bar to target gamefish before making the most of a crazy big Snapper bite close to home.
The boys' head out into the Hauraki Gulf and get amongst some solid Kingfish and Snapper, right on Auckland's back doorstep.
The crew head to Whakatane to pit their skills against 250 other anglers in the 10th annual Surtees fishing competition. The big Snapper are on the bite but are the boys' able to weigh in all 5 species to avoid the consequence?
Scott, Mig and the crew head to Whangamata for a cracking afternoon session catching Gurnard, Trevally, Kahawai and big Snapper, followed by a day chasing big kingfish at Mayor Island.
The boys' head to Whitianga with the challenge to catch table fish using 7 different methods. Will they be successful or will they have to suffer the consequence?
Scott and Mig head to Coromandel to their family batch where they grew up fishing together. The boy's get into some nice fish under a working mussel barge along with a swag of snapper using all sorts of fishing methods.
The crew make the trek to Rangiputa in the far north for a solid days fishing from the boat and off the rocks during a severe weather warning.
Continuing on with their adventures in the far north, the boys' launch out of Houhora in search of some monster Northland snapper.
It's the middle of winter and Scott and Mig head north of Auckland to Whangaparoa with the challenge set to catch 10 pound + snapper on bait, soft bait and live bait.
Season finale. It's winter snapper in the shallows out from Whangamata as Scott and Mig get into some epic fishing at Slipper island.