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  1. Hey there legends, this is my first post on a fishing forum in about 10 years. To introduce myself, Watty from barefoot fishing safaris. Barefoot is a guided, finesse lure and fly fishing experience here in Darwin and has been running for 10 years. I also run the Outcast Fishing Club with a goal of providing free guided fishing to everyone through a strong club membership. Outcast Fishing Club monthly winners for a 3 day fishing charter in the NT video is now up on the facebook page guys, you can check it out here. If you are keen on looking at becoming a member you can have a look here. Also if you are keen on learning the number 1 tip on how to fish Gulp Jerk Shads deeper and more aggressively than ever before check out this video which over 40,000 others have already viewed on facebook. If you like the gulp tips I think you'll also get something out of my 15a Bomber video which only went up this morning.
  2. Hi all, I would like to pick your brains on a few questions. I fish mostly landbased off Cairns. I am looking for a spot at False Cape (don't want to give the exact location away but people would know the spot if they fish it). Has anyone fished it recently and would be able to give me some tips and tricks for catching fish there? Can you catch mackerel if you throw a bait out on a float? Also, I would like some knowledge on land- based shark fishing. Has anyone got some good spots (just please tell me which beach, I will put the time in) for big sharks? I don't have a option to 'swim' a bait out o a kayak or something of the sort so would a float rig work to let it drift out or possibly just casting? Thank you all and tight lines.
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    NT Barramundi Classic Darwin Game Fishing Club Daly River 7-13 of May 2018 (TBC). PH 0412 848 267 The NT Barramundi Classic is arguably Australia’s premier Barramundi fishing tournament, held on the unspoilt Daly River, located in the Northern Territory (250 kms south of Darwin). Held during the peak fishing times, barramundi are caught, measured, tagged and released by teams of three individuals and scores are accumulated on a length basis daily. Teams are permitted to fish a 52km stretch of the river from 7am to 5pm for five consecutive days. The outright winner is the team with the most accumulated points and receives the prestigious “Barra on a Stick”. This iconic tournament was was founded by the Darwin Game Fishing Club in 1982. From those humble beginnings the “Classic” has grown in stature every year to what you see today, a highly coordinated, state-of-the-art fishing tournament. The “Classic” is the flagship Barramundi fishing tournament worldwide and has a five-star National Accreditation. Competing teams descent on Darwin from all over Australia, as well as overseas to fish this week-long annual competition.
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    Reel Women Barra Classic Finniss River 5-6 May (May Day Weekend) Contact info@reelwomen.com.au
  5. Story from http://www.news.com.au/national/northern-territory/experts-predict-bumper-fishing-season-ahead/news-story/b4c8a8cc5b42de2c9266d3cb5a61e0a0 THE stars have aligned for a bumper run-off fishing season in the Territory. Weather permitting, eager anglers will flock to barra hot spots as flooded rivers and creeks recede over coming weeks. Although only “early days”, Roger Sinclair of Arnhem Land Barramundi Lodge said the 2018 run-off season should not disappoint. “The lodge has only just opened up for fishing … initial reports are that it’s going mad up there,” he said. “It depends on whether or not we get another monsoon burst, but if we don’t you’d expect it to get even better from here on. “I don’t know when the penny will drop exactly … but it (the water) will get to the right level and things will just go crazy.” Typically running over March and April, the run-off season is one of the biggest annual drawcards of the Territory’s recreational fishing industry. At Daly River, a mecca for Australian barra fishing, locals are champing at the bit. “After the flood, the thing on everyone’s lips is fishing – the ‘run-off’,” said long-term Nauiyu resident Andy McTaggart. Stuart Brisbane, co-owner of Daly River Barra Resort, was bullish about the coming few weeks. “Last time we had good rain like this, the fishing was very good,” he said.“A few people have heard through the grapevine that it should be a good run-off this year. The flood plains are full, the river is still full, and everything is heading the right way.” But Mr Brisbane, who has operated fishing tours on the Daly River for more than a decade, said there were always “so many variables”. “If we get another monsoon trough, which is very possible, it brings the river back up again and the season will be even later,” he said. “But if we don’t get rain from now on, the run-off will be on for young and old in a week’s time.” Fishing expert and NT News columnist Alex Julius said the run-off would be one of the best the Top End’s had in several years after last year’s bumper Wet. “Last year there was a huge recruitment of juvenile barramundi and they will be nearly legal size, there will be plague proportions in some places,” he said.