I know I wrote about it a couple of weeks ago, but it’s probably worth revisiting the Corroboree Park Challenge which is scheduled to commence late tomorrow and continue over the weekend.
This is actually one of the Top End’s oldest fishing competitions, and it’s a beauty because it’s so family-oriented.
Hosted by the Palmerston Game Fishing Club from the top Corroboree Park Tavern venue, competitors can fish anywhere east of the tavern, so that brings into play four river systems... (more)
The Top End Barra Series (TEBS) is nearing its end for the year following the penultimate round held on Darwin Harbour late last month.
According to TEBS co-ordinator, Ross Abraham, the harbour round is usually a challenging event to organise.
“Co-ordinating the better tides with an appropriate weekend in the latter part of the year does not work for some competitors and this year was no different as the weekend event clashed with the NRL and AFL grand finals,” Rossco explained.
The last major barra competition for the year, Corroboree Park Challenge, takes place from 5.00pm Friday 19 October to 5.00pm the following Sunday.
This year there are some interesting changes in the scoring system.
Whereas previously the winner was the angler who caught the biggest barra by length, this year the winner will be judged by the total length of up to three fish caught over the two days.
Another change is that saratoga are given equal billing with barra this year, so your three-fish tally... (more)
Holy snapping barra poop!
Million Dollar Fish Season 4 has just been catapulted into one of the biggest fishing competitions ever held in the world …if the not biggest which I truly suspect.
As you would have seen up the front of today’s paper, instead of one $1 million dollar barra, this Season 4 will have five barra each carrying a tag worth $1 million.
On top of that, the season has been extended to finish on 31 March 2019, which is a full month longer.
There are 100 $10,000 barra with... (more)