Reef fishing is a diverse endeavor with various types of reefs, ledges, and atolls. It attracts various species and provides structure for concentrating them. Reefs, built over centuries by living organisms, serve as beacons for various species. Natural topography and artificial man-made objects contribute to the permanence of reef formations.
The In The Spread team is exploring the shelf atoll of Rowley Shoals, 150 miles off Australia's west coast, for reef and offshore fishing. They'll use Tom Hilton's Realtime Navigator and satellite imagery to find fishable areas, including blue marlin, black marlin, yellowfin tuna, sailfish, and wahoo. They'll film for new fishing videos.