Catch Up With Hook, Line And Sinker
20 July 2022
Imagine chasing Barra in the Top-End and wetting-lines with some of Australia's top-anglers at some of the nation's premier fishing competitions. Well, that is what Hook, Line and Sinker's two hosts, Nick Duigan and Andrew Hart have planned for their twenty-second year of their hit-television fishing show.
"This upcoming season is bucket list stuff—one to remember as a milestone for the fishing show" remarked Andrew Hart, co-host of Hook, Line and Sinker.
"Not only because we are entering three of Australia's top fishing comps, the Cod Nationals, Flathead Classic and Australian Bluefin Championships, but because it's also our tenth year in partnership with Isuzu UTE and we're taking our D-MAX X-TERRAIN and Barcrusher 730XT with us every step of the way!"
For over a decade, Hook, Line and Sinker have been relying on their Isuzus to tow their boats around the country, and to get to fishing locales ordinarily inaccessible by the majority of anglers. On the road, clocking up the miles towing their boats around the country, in a previous season the fishing-duo drove 26,000 kilometres around the coastline of Australia in their Isuzu D-MAX X-TERRAIN, with their 3-tonne Bar Crusher 780 HT in tow and catching fish along the way.
This season is no different; they are still towing big fishing boats with their D-MAX. This time, trekking north with their 3-tonne Barcrusher in tow from Melbourne, up the east coast to the northernmost tip of the Northern Territory, Kakadu National Park—in search of Barramundi.
As with their usual programming, the pair share a few laughs—often at each other's expense—and catch some bucket list game fish, with a few Southern Bluefin Tuna, Murray Cod, Flatties and Marlin also making a guest appearance on the show; but at the end of a fishing line.
Catch all the action as the 13 episode season of Hook, Line and Sinker commences on free-to-air TV from August 7th, on 7mate, and will soon be available on demand via 7plus. Check your local guides for details.