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 Houhora in the stunning Far North to put their brand new boat through it's paces. The weather plays ball and the big snapper are on the bite.
The crew are back at one of their favourite fishing locations, Raglan. It's an action packed day both above and below the water as the boys' make the most of an epic day out west.
The boy's head to Hokianga on Northlands west coast and do battle with some monsters of the deep followed by an awesome afternoon session catching fish just off the bar.
It's gamefish or bust out from Mt Maunganui as the boys' hook into some massive sharks off the beach before hitting the blue water to experience first hand the adrenaline and excitement of marlin fishing.
Scott and Mig head up to Houhora to target kingfish off North Cape. The kingis play hard to get so the boys try to land a monster northland snapper and get a fish which looks to be over that elusive 20 pound mark.
Whangaroa part one: It's kingfish time out from Whangaroa and the boys' have an epic day catching big kingis on livebaits along with a few welcome by-catches.
After the disappointment of losing their first marlin a few weeks prior, the boys' are determined to land one out from Whangaroa. The thrill and excitement is raw and real as the F&A crew finally land their first billfish.
The crew head to Whakatane and out to the legendary White Island. The challenge is set to land a 20kg kingfish and the big boys are on the bite.
It's winter fishing in Auckland and the challenge is set to catch the most squid. The boys then head out from Maraetai and get amongst some quality Hauraki Gulf snapper.
Off the bricks: Scott and Mig join a few locals and head up to the top of the Coromandel to fish for big snapper off the rocks. It's an action packed day and some huge fish are caught.
The challenge is set to catch a 10 pound snapper on 2 different methods in the BOP out from Tauranga. The weather isn't great but the fishing is!
Join cousins Scott and Mig as they head out North of Auckland on a mission to target and catch the tasty John Dory.
Season finale. It's winter snapper in the shallows out from Whangamata as Scott and Mig get into some epic fishing at Slipper island.