Come and experience Fantastic Barra Run Off Fishing at Shady Camp & Finniss River for Metre Plus Silver Barramundi, King Salmon, Giant Black Jewfish & Fingermark Snapper.
COME Be Part of the Group to witness and experience Landing 15 to 20 Metre-Plus Barramundi in One Day. Or be part of the crew that landed 80 Barra 65cm to 112cm in one day when fishing the top of the Wetland Run Offs at Tommycut Creek @ Shady Camp.
See our Barra Run Off Fishing Safaris in ACTION. See why Mark Berg chose Darwin's Barra Base as the NT Barra Operator in his Fishing World's Xmas DVD Video.
These safaris have been carefully designed to take advantage of the
in conjunction with the wet season run off water to provide you with the
highest fish catch percentages & the most exciting fishing
Read more about Run-Off Barramundi Fishing and why certain tides in particular (Spring Tides) produce more metre-plus Barramundi and Samon than others. Peak Barramundi Fishing.
Taking an extended Safari means more quality fishing time, with less time spent travelling to the fishing.
Enjoy great Cabin Style Accommodation at lodges close to remote Safari Fishing destinations to make the most of your time fishing and relaxing.
Catering for groups of 12,8,4,couples and individuals
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Please note that the actual fishing destination for the Barra Run Off Fishing Safari is normally completed at the Mary River System, however we go where the fish are biting best and this may mean moving to the Finniss River or Daly River.