The latest Issue No 32 of the Australian blockbuster fishing and outdoors magazine, NAFA, has Australia-wide fishing coverage, as well as a “flip-over” NAFA’S OUTDOORS magazine with its own cover.
NAFA is published only twice a year and represents great value at $19.95 for such a big, high-gloss fishing and outdoors magazine.
Publisher, Alex Julius, said: “The whole of Northern Australia is well covered with sport and reef fishing features from both North Queensland and WA, including... (more)
There’s been some terrific widespread rain over the last week and it’s done the trick for all our major tidal rivers.
I heard Magela Creek was 1.2m over the road early this week and all three Noulangie Creek causeways on the Kakadu road were flowing right up to the top of their banks.
So both the East Alligator and the South Alligator Rivers are rising, and that’s great news.
Perhaps the biggest news is what happened down from Shady Camp at the mouth of Sampan Creek on the Mary River... (more)
If there’s one thing that will get a kid to put his or her phone down for a minute, it’s a bent rod with a fish on the end of the line.
I’ve said and written many times before that fishing is one of the best activities that kids and teenagers can get into.
It teaches them all manner of skills, including such things as: problem solving, etiquette, perseverance, determination, observation, dexterity, ethics, endurance, muscle control, competitiveness, knife handling, hygienic food preparation,... (more)
It looks like it’s time to get all fired up again about chasing one of those lucrative red-tagged barra.
I find it interesting that there were six $10,000 fish caught in the first fortnight of the Million Dollar Fish (MDF) campaign last October, and then not one more until last weekend when Benjamin Kaart bagged his cash fish in Darwin River.
Maybe these tagged fish have some sort of mental telepathic thing happening because no sooner had one been caught than another jumped on a line down the... (more)
I can’t tell you if these were the biggest barra caught in the Top End during the last week or so of 2016, but 109cm, 114cm, 117cm and 127cm must surely rattle the tin.
It was Thursday 22 December when I received a text from old mate George Voukolos Junior.
On that day, he fished land-based at the mouth of Bamboo Creek on the Daly River and landed more than 40 barra, including a 117cm fish and a massive 127cm barra.
Really, it’s not surprising as Georgie catches 30 to 40 metreys every year,... (more)