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1st Dec 16

Alex's Fishing Report 1 December 2016

There’ve been some nice big barra caught around the traps of late.
The biggest was a strapping, beautifully-conditioned 120cm fish which gave its captor, talented Darwin angler Stewie Martin, a hell of a tussle.
“I was with my mates Rolf Hallenstein and Darren Warway, trolling a Classic 160 3+ inside a small creek near the mouth of the South Alligator on the first of the incoming.” Stewie told me.
“There was bait everywhere, mainly popeye mullet coming in with the tide.
“The... (more)

24th Nov 16

Alex's Fishing Report 24 November 2016

I haven’t written about the weather for a while but it’s certainly clear that we are looking far better for a good wet season than we have been for the last couple of years.
The great build-up weather that the Bureau of Metreology predicted for September/October certainly happened.
It was a result of a negative Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD), which is a measurement of the difference between sea surface temperatures of the tropical western and eastern Indian Ocean.
According to the bureau, however,... (more)

17th Nov 16

Alex's Fishing Report 17 November 2016

With great weather, a red-hot new location and more enthusiasm from teams than you can poke a stick at, it’s no surprise that last week’s NT Billfish Classic was a resounding success.
For good reason, one person who was rapt was competition co-ordinator Peter Dienhoff.
“We had a cracker,” Peter said.
“We steamed up to Mesquite Shoal on the Saturday to have a fish on Sunday before the comp, catching four sails - three being a triple hook-up.
“So we thought this spot... (more)

3rd Nov 16

Alex's Fishing Report 3 November 2016

ANGLERS FIGHT IT OUT IN KAKADU

Now Into its eleventh year, the annual Alligator Fishing Club Challenge was once again a great success.
According to the club’s Andy Ralph, last weekend 40 boats spread far and wide in Kakadu competing in the challenge.
“The all-species competition sees many teams race down the South Alligator River chasing bluewater fish; then next day hitting the billabongs for hungry saratoga or upper East Alligator River for a big barra,” Andy reported.
“With... (more)

27th Oct 16

Alex's Fishing Report 27 October 2016

You should’ve been here last week pretty well sums up the weekend’s Humminbird Corroboree Park Challenge.
I’m sure that’s what many of the record 259 anglers in 89 teams were thinking following the tough conditions and even tougher fishing out at Corroboree Billabong.
Yes, competitors hit the water in their droves last Friday and Saturday nights, mainly trolling up and down the big lagoon looking for more of those great fish that were truly on the bite the weekend before.
But... (more)

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