Fishing Edge


Saturday 15 Jul

4.0 10 x
On this episode of Fishing Edge Lee heads to the offshore waters of East Gippsland with Tom Hall in search of the mighty giant swordfish.

Saturday 08 Jul

3.0 3 x
Lee teams up again with Lee Hodgetts and Chris Beldon where they fish the Gulf of Carpentaria in FNQ for a wide variety of tropical species using a range of different techniques.

Saturday 01 Jul

3.0 12 x
Lee heads out fishing with his mate Mark in search of some Victorian Kingfish using a range of methods.

Saturday 04 Feb

Expired 3.0 46 x
On this episode we take a look back at the highlights and lowlights of the past series. There have been plenty of great fish, memorable and unforgettable moments!

Saturday 28 Jan

Expired 4.0 35 x
Lee catches up with Nick and take a drift down the Mitta River in inches of water casting lures into deep holes for Murray Cod and yellow belly.

Saturday 21 Jan

Expired 4.0 51 x
Earlier this season, Lee fished off Fraser Island but today they fish the waters of Hervey Bay and show how good the fishing can be for pelagic and reef species.

Saturday 14 Jan

Expired 4.5 76 x
Lee and Aaron head down to fish off a famous part of the Victorian Coastline. Best known for surfing, this area also produces some great offshore fishing options.

Saturday 24 Dec

Expired 4.0 33 x
Lee teams up with Lee Hodgetts from Weipa Sportfishing and the boys head to a remote location in search of the iconic barramundi and other northern tropical species.

Saturday 17 Dec

Expired 3.0 20 x
Hosted by Lee Rayner, Fishing Edge is a down to earth DIY fishing program that travels the length and breadth of Australia visiting some of the country's most remote and beautiful places.

Saturday 10 Dec

Expired 3.0 38 x
This episode is the second instalment of the Fraser Island fishing journey where the boys find themselves beginning the day in a spectacular location.
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