With Cyclone Alfred fizzing out and heading away from the Top End rather than across it, we are now entering one of those windows in the wet season that I have written about before.
According to the Bureau of Metrology, conditions should be fairly dry for at least the next week; ie there is no active monsoon expected for the time being.
Mind you, as far as the big rivers go, there is water, water everywhere, but at least you can go barra hunting in pleasant conditions.
Remember too that this coming weekend... (more)
“We’re definitely going to have a March Runoff” were the prophetic words of Fishing and Outdoor World’s George Voukolos.
Following the massive deluge across the western Top End mainly last weekend, all the big rivers within a day trip of Darwin are well and truly flooding.
It’s interesting that Darwin and environs generally received the most rainfall, with some recordings over the weekend close to 400mm.
Mind you, once again the lower Daly River region was rained upon with... (more)
You couldn’t write a better script for this wet season and the potential of a great runoff… especially after two abysmal Wets and “that sucks” runoffs.
Once again, my favourite Daly River is powering through the wet season and getting more than its fair share of deluge.
The last two major Daly floods were a bit late in the season and followed poor build-up rains.
This one’s different: there’ve been major falls right from early September and into October – barra... (more)
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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.
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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)