Barramundi Fishing October
Corroboree Billabong Flower
Barramundi Fishing in October has been producing some great fighting fish among spectacular Lotus Flowers and Territory Wildlife.
Audrey Surpin from Paris France - Travel Marketing Agent for petit fute Adverting Sales Department for Petit Futé guide book, 28/10/2011
I was not expecting to spend such a beautiful and unforgettable day! We've experienced everything that is to see in Darwin Area and this is the best!
The landscape in this Corroboree Billabong is incredible, surrounded by Lilli pads, Lotus flowers, Cabbage Palms, Pandanus Trees and those white belly Sea Eagles everywhere, Crocodiles. Freshwater and Saltwater Crocodiles swimming not far from our boat, and we were able to see them from so close as Rosco gave us great time. Wildlife and Nature in the area is really worth to see. And for sure we came to fish some Barra.... and we caught so many! It was so exciting to feel them jump.
Thanks to Darwin's Barra Base and our Guide Rosco for his patience and all the tips in fishing. I really recommend to experience an unforgettable day like this one, no one can regrette doing this. Thanks for everything.
Alain Klebert from Paris France 28/10/2011
I spent 'Just' a Beautiful day, a perfect day!!! I loved the Wildlife I was in Heaven, our guide Rosco was really nice to explain to me a lot of things, and took his time to stop the boat when I wanted to. It was a good sensation to catch Barra's and to feel their strength. It's not a joke "I will not forget that day till my death".
Thanks again. Alain.
Chris Kathy & Riley Higgins 25/10/11
We had a fantastic day at Corroboree with our guide Rosco today. He worked his arse off to ensure that me and my son Riley caught fish. He is a fantastic guide, I would not hesitate to recommend him for any father son or family trips. His patience with Riley was impressive and instructional guidance in Barra Fishing brilliant. Thanks Rosco.
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