FISH OF THE DAY Season 3 Episode #1 – In Search of Latris Lineata

In the two previous seasons of Fish of the Day, we led you through the archipelago of New Zealand aboard the NC 795, the NC 695, the Velasco 43F, and the NC 14. These seasons were rich with fish, as well as spectacular landscapes, where you were able to discover the natural beauty of the territory of New Zealand.

Now, we are offering you the chance to continue the experience in this all-new season! Climb aboard the NC 895 Sport and the NC 795 with Clarke Gayford and discover fishing and the culinary arts in these breathtaking locations.

In this first episode of Season 3 of Fish of the Day, Clarke Gayford takes us to Half Moon Bay on Stewart Island to fish for Latris Lineata.  However, to catch this much-coveted fish, he must fight with the Blue Cod, as well as… albatrosses!


So, yes, that's the challenge: see if we can pass the schools of blue cod to try to catch the Latris Lineata that we are looking for!


Set Off On an Adventure


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With its contemporary design and strong personality, the NC 895 Sport is the ideal boat for taking on an adventure!  Sportfishing outings, joy riding on short cruises, kayaking adventures… there are as many different possible uses as there are ways of living on board!


The NC 895 SPORT is the ideal boat to take on an adventure!






About “Fish of the Day”


“Fish of the Day” is a television show in which fishing serves as the perfect excuse to discover fabulous destinations.

In each episode, Clarke Gayford, a well-known television personality in New Zealand, makes it a point to catch incredible fish in stunning scenery.  Through his encounters, each one more enriching and joyous than the last, he enhances the fresh-caught fish by featuring it in a traditional recipe prepared by a renowned chef.

The show pays particular attention to the ecosystem and the environment.  Fishing can be both extraordinary and environmentally friendly!