The Lateral Line

Suzuki powers ‘The Lateral Line’

April 20, 2020

Kiwi fishing odd couple, Milan Radonich and Nathan O’Hearn, formerly of TV3’s ‘Big Angry Fish’ are starting a new online fishing platform called ‘The Lateral Line’ filmed entirely on iPhone.

The Lateral Line

Kiwi fishing odd couple, Milan Radonich and Nathan O’Hearn, formerly of TV3’s ‘Big Angry Fish’ are starting a new online fishing platform called ‘The Lateral Line’ filmed entirely on iPhone.

Always keen to support New Zealand recreational fishing and the characters that bring it to our screens, Suzuki Marine is happy to get behind Milan and Nathan in their new venture by supplying the outboard for their custom designed 6m Marco Boat – a Suzuki DF200ASTX SS “In Line” four-stroke with a 2.9 litre big block displacement, this outboard offers loads of torque and plenty of power.

“The power and performance of this 147kW outboard with its lighter, more compact four-cylinder configuration will give the boys the go anywhere capability they need to fish kingies and snapper in shallow water New Zealand”, says Simon Meade, General Manager of Motorcycle/ATV and Marine. “We’re thrilled to be the power behind ‘The Lateral Line’.”

Milan and Nathan plan to release fishing content on the 15th and 30th of every month with the videos being anywhere between 1 to 15 minutes long – depending on what they did or didn’t catch the weeks prior.

Words and photo first appeared Suzuki NZ

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