01:30 — Get a personal lesson on Australian slang from OutbackHunters’ own Mick Burbidge.
03:11 — Discover why crocodiles swallow rocks and like to sunbathe.
02:26 — Nigel shows the proper way to harpoon a saltwater crocodile.
02:03 — Mick is an helicopter pilot with the best view of the Outback.
01:25 — Karl Goodhand explains how to prepare animal skins for taxidermy.
02:12 — Tom is a government ranger who lost part of his hand to a crocodile while protecting public swimming areas.
02:11 — Mick is a crocodile hunter and taxidermist who immortalizes his prey as a work of art.
02:25 — Croc Stock and Barra's Aaron shows us some of the finest crocodile products they have to offer.
02:16 — Get the lowdown on the dangers the Outback Hunters face on the job.
02:23 — Nigel has been catching crocodiles since he was a boy and now it's time to teach his son the ways of the Outback.
02:01 — Do you have what it takes to be an Outback Hunter? Find out from hunters themselves.
01:31 — Karl is a professional hunter and the crocodiles don't stand a chance.
02:12 — Roger Matthews walks us through his collection of crocodile skulls.
01:54 — Croc, Stock and Barra’s Aaron explains how problem crocs are captured and used for decorative skins.
01:49 — The Outback Hunters reveal why they love crocodile hunting.
02:04 — How would you describe the Outback if you had just one word? The Outback Hunters weigh in.
01:55 — Alec Palmer takes us inside the world of one of Australia's favorite pastimes.
02:03 — Mick Pitman explains the process of turning crocodile skin into leather.
02:44 — The Outback Hunters reveal their tools and methods for catching a crocodile.
02:05 — Karl Goodhand talks about the importance and excellence of his hunting dogs.
01:52 — Mick Pitman lets us in on the territory's best harpooning secrets.
01:42 — Paul grew up in the Outback and is a third-generation crocodile hunter.
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- Premiered: October 21, 2012
- Rating: TV-PG
- Premise: Saltwater crocodiles are hunted in northern Australia. (more)