The Barramundi Fishing 2010 Run Off season was as good as it gets. Read about the barra fishing experiences in the Top End here, and use the chance to tell us about your fight with the mighty barra.
Recreational Barramundi fishing will only get better in the NT as the NT Government closes more waterways to commercial fishermen and more boats and services are added for tourists.
Increased Barramundi Limits of 3 Barra per person will apply in the Mary River system from February 2011
Northern Territory Barra
The Barra Run Off season always produces some great fish and great fishing stories. We'd all love to spend more time fishing, the next best is to read how others have enjoyed their fishing adventures in the Top End.
Whether it ends with a Trophy Fish or simply a great story about "the one that got away", now you have a chance to put your story online for all to enjoy.
Simply follow the invitation prompts to upload a photo and share your adventures.
Click below to read about fishing experiences already submitted ....
The barramundi gave me a good fight and nearly went under the boat. It was 58cm and we had to throw it back. I liked having a turn at driving the boat …
How to Catch Barramundi
Experienced Barra guides, Allan Beale and his staff at Darwin's Barra Base have been showing clients how to catch barramundi for years. Through May and …
Finniss River Barra
The Guys from Adelaide did well in their 2 day safari on the 23rd & 24th May 2010 at Finnis River with Allan Beale, Guide from Darwin's Barra Base. …
Dundee Fishing Trip Not rated yet
Dear Allan and Heather Thank you once again for your hospitality and professionalism. This is our third annual safari with Barra Base and they just …
First NT Fishing Trip Not rated yet
The first NT Fishing trip for three people keen to experince the best fishing on offer. In the photo above; Lorraine from Brisbane 57cm Barra Gareth …
Great Barra Fishing Memories Not rated yet
Had another Great Barra Fishing experience. We did the hard yards for the metre Plus and will have some great memories of Our trip. Am working …
Craigs Barra Safari Not rated yet
Dear Alan, I didn't get to thank you personally for a great fishing Safari due to our late departure last week. The Safari exceeded my expectations …
Barramundi and Sailfish Not rated yet
Barramundi and Sailfish for Amanda and her Dad, John WOW!! What a Fantastic experience, Best Trip ever. One Day catching Barra up to 81cm, …
6 Day Barra Runoff Mothership Safari Not rated yet
Had a Scream, Great Bunch of Blokes, all taught me something. This was a fantastic place. Thanks to Al and Heather, Hugh and Nathan and gee …
Darwin Fishing Trip Not rated yet
Hi Allan Thank you so much for a wonderful fishing trip, Corinne and I both had a great time and would like to thank both yourself and Nathan for making …
Mary River Safari Not rated yet
Hi Allan & Heather & Jason Just thought i would drop you a quick line thanking you and Heather for your hospitality during our recent 5 Day fishing Safari …
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Darwins Barra Base
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Increased Limit of 3 Barra per person per day for the Mary River, including Shady Camp, has been announced.
Booking seats now will avoid missing a place on a 2013 Barra Run Off Safari with Darwins Barra Base. Now four great purpose built boats allow more people to experience the fantastic barramundi fishing available during the February to May Barra Run Off season in the Northern Territory. Read more...
Your hosts Heather and Allan Beale have lived in Darwin for over two decades. They know the Territory and pride themselves on making every visitor feel a special part of their family.