Swan River Flathead

Fishing Creature Baits for Bream and Flathead in the Swan River

FISHING CREATURE BAITS (SOFT PLASTICS) FOR BREAM AND FLATHEAD IN THE SWAN RIVER Perth Fishing TV Team Captain, Ruan Van Der Berg, shows you how to use the excellent type of soft plastics called creature baits in the Swan River. These addictive little lures are shaped like crawfish and other types of critters that fish like to eat, rather than

Steve Correia with a Shark Mackerel off Perth

the Water TV Series

Welcome to the Official Home on the Internet of “the Water with Steve Correia” Series 1 and 2. Quick Links: Series 1 | Series 2 These episodes also include some nice Diving as well as Fishing from all over Western Australia. Almost every species of fish you can think of is covered, with a strong focus on Perth and how

Australian Salmon caught on Soft Plastic Lure

Salmon on Soft Plastics

SALMON ON SOFT PLASTICS PT 1 & 2 Salmon Action from Hamelin Bay. Nick talks you through how to use soft plastics on Salmon schools as he targets them around Hamelin Bay. Part 1 Part 2 See more Salmon Action from Hamelin Bay Here.

Swan River Bream Spot

How to Rig a Weedless Grub for Bream

HOW TO RIG A WEEDLESS GRUB FOR BREAM Perth Fishing TV Pro Team Captain, Ruan Van Der Berg shows you how to rig a weedless grub and then pull a big bream. See more Bream Tips from Ruan about fishing the Swan River Here

Steve Correia with a 58 pound Cobia from Shark Bay

the Water Series 1 Episode 7 – Shark Bay Special Pt1

THE WATER SER1 EP7 – SHARK BAY SPECIAL PT1 In this famous Episode, Steve Correia, Patto and the team travel to Shark Bay to find some of the world’s biggest fish, spectacular scenery and locals who are real characters. This is the episode featuring the 58 Pound Cobia which is one of Steve’s Top 5 fish. They’ll land giant cobia,

Steve Correia with a 58 pound Cobia from Shark Bay

the Water Top 5 #01 – 58 Pound Cobia

TOP 5 FISH FROM THE WATER – #1 – 58 POUND SHARK BAY COBIA ‘During season one of “the Water” we had the fantastic opportunity to fish with Ross Larard on his charter called Mack Attack. The waters off Shark Bay, with Dirk Hartog Island to the west, are some of the best fishing in the world. Noted particularly for