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  • Great Australian Fishing Stories

  • By: Paul B. Kidd
  • Narrated by: Paul B. Kidd
  • Length: 2 hrs and 11 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (5 ratings)

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Heard of the two dimwits who try to blow up a bothersome croc but only succeed in destroying their 4WD? Or the drunken fishermen who fell off his boat and three hours later knocked on the hull of a Russian trawler? Or of marlin with beaks like baseball bats and eyes the size of bread and butter plates? Marvel at fishing cheats who've devised outrageous schemes and ruses to win fishing competitions, and a huge shark that vomited up a human arm.

Come with Paul on his adventures - some true, some doubtful and others entirely suspect - as he and his colourful collection of cronies tackle tuna, connive with crocs, are mauled by marlin, bamboozled by barramundi, tantalised by trout and almost decapitated by sharks with very bad breath. And sing along with the fish to their favourite melodies such as Salmon Chanted Evening and Mullet of Kintire.

©2003 Paul B. Kidd (P)2003 Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

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