FISH OF THE DAY #4 #ExploreWithJeanneau

Experience the adventure of “Fish of the Day” aboard a Jeanneau!  Set against a backdrop of stunning landscapes, this television show from New Zealand introduces you to fishing and the culinary arts aboard a Merry Fisher, a Leader and a Velasco.  Here is a clip, selected just for you, aboard a Merry Fisher 695!


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Dive with Clarke and discover his miraculous catch in the storied landscapes of The Lord of the Rings!

Clark dives into the chilly waters of Fiordland and has only to stretch out his arms to obtain enormous lobsters, an unusual catch in an exceptional landscape, from aboard a Merry Fisher 695.

In the previous episode, Clarke transported his Merry Fisher 695 along the roads of Milford Sound. Upon arriving in Fiordland, Clarke does some extraordinary fishing.  Here, he has only to dive in and catch the lobsters, actually Spiny Red Rock Lobster “Crayfish,” by hand.  This refreshing fishing trip takes place in the heart of a region that is particularly popular with Hollywood.  It is here that the saga of The Lord of the Rings was filmed.  It must be said… the views are breathtakingly beautiful!

The adventures of “Fish of the Day” allow us to experience the rhythm of life in New Zealand, with magical moments aboard an adaptable outboard power cruiser, the Merry Fisher 695!

Discover more incredibly fantastic landscapes in the next episode!


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 presenter in New Zealand, makes it a point of honour 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!

“Fish of the Day” is broadcast on National Geographic, Prime TV and NZ Air.