Spearfishing in Australia – Adventure Food

Tim McDonald is one of the world’s best at the sport of spearfishing. Like other Australian spearfishermen, he free dives and uses his speargun to target fish while holding his breath without the help of any scuba diving gear. During his years of spearfishing, Tim has had run-ins with great white sharks, bull sharks, marlin, wahoo, whales, and more. This time, Tim is traveling from Brisbane to a remote island near Queensland in search of Spanish mackerel, known for its large size, pretty physique, and for its delicious meat. Tim and his friend Josh take us on their days-long adventure throughout a remote area of Australia to find and capture the elusive fish they crave. By the end, it’s time for them to eat sushi, sashimi, and grilled fish before heading back to Brisbane.

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