Archive for the ‘Barramundi Fishing Reports’ Category
If you haven’t been following the adventure’s of Crag ‘Cracker’s Hand, now is the time to start. He is travelling from Darwin to PNG via the Gulf of Carpentaria in a 15ft half-cabin boat. And it’s not a new one either!
This is his THIRD such trip. He takes goods to a tribe in PNG and catches fish and meets new people along the way.
Not to mention a diet of mud crabs, crays and barra.
It’s not always easy, he has just spent several days on a mudflat, then his motor broke down.
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The big barramundi came thick and fast at Easter, which coincided with huge tides and good floodplain run-off.
Here’s just one fish, caught by Rob Cunningham near Shady Camp, fishing with champion angler Justin Jones of Obsession Fishing Safaris.
Shady Camp fished well at the mouths of Tommycut and Sampan Creeks. The Roper River region has produced the biggest fish, with at least three over 1.3m taken.
The Daly River is the place to be now, with the greenwater running and good trolling expected.
See all the latest reports here.