Top End Fishing Adventure Stories from the Northern Territory, famous for metre-plus fighting Barramundi feeding in the cyclone flooded Run Off waters ...
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Cyclone Carlos has the Top End on track for a record wet season, with nearly 3000ml of rain recorded by the beginning of March.
The rain provides ideal conditions for wildlife to flourish, and giant Barra grow fat on the abundant baitfish and other feedstocks.
This is where you can read first hand the adventures of those lucky enough to fish these waters, teeming with fish, crocodiles and birdlife.
The 2011 Run Off season has started with a drenching from Cyclone Carlos which should produce some great Barra Fishing and now you can tell your fishing adventure here.
Simply follow the invitation prompts to share your adventures and you can upload up to four photos to show us all.
Click below to read the fishing experiences already submitted ....
First Time Barramundi Fishing
First time to Darwin, first time Barra fishing and you put me onto a 114 cm horse like that!!! What a beauty! She jumped and fought like a beast. …
Barramundi Fishing October Not rated yet
Barramundi Fishing in October has been producing some great fighting fish among spectacular Lotus Flowers and Territory Wildlife. Audrey Surpin from …
97cm Barramundi Not rated yet
Allan, Dan and TJ Herewith the photo of the 97cm Barra. TJ did say that it was the biggest he had caught since guiding so he may want a print. Thanks …
Dundee Fishing 2011 Not rated yet
We have just finished our fourth annual 2 day Dundee safari with sixteen guys. ( See some photos from last year. ) This trip was the largest group …
TackleWorld 128cm Barramundi Not rated yet
Slow start to the day, we got a few tangles but once we got sorted by Rosco, our first hook up jumped twice but lost by Kelvin was huge. It bent over some …
Marja's First Top End Barra Not rated yet
This was Marja's maiden voyage to the Top End, on a Barra Fishing Safari, and it just goes to show that you can achieve anything if you really want to …
Shady Camp Barramundi Not rated yet
Both my mate and I had travelled to from opposite sides of Aust to meet up for barra fishing in Darwin. WOW!!!! We had an awesome day out,with four of …
3 Day Barra Run Off Fishing Safari Not rated yet
Darren Gibneys Group of 11 took a 3 Day Barra Run off fishing Safari 15th to 17th of March 2011 Very enjoyable, Caught lots of Jewfish 120cm to 130cm …
2015 Barra Run Off dates now available
(Feb to April 2015) Don't miss this exciting time on the Barramundi Fishing Calendar as the massive run off of the wet season floods provides exceptional fishing.
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Anth & Dani's Big Trip "What an amazing trip, we had tried all types of fishing from rivers, deep channels, poppers, bait fishing, trolling and lure fishing. We were amazed at the variety of fish and beauty of the place. Special thanks to Allan and Heather for their hospitality, we highly recommend Darwin's Barra Base if you are coming to the Territory"
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Darwins Barra Base
Mark Berg Fishing TV Show was filmed with Darwins Barra Base over a 3 Day Safari 23-25 June 2010 for Foxtel's Lifestyle Channel viewed across Australia.Call now on
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 2014 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.