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1st Sep 16

Alex's Fishing Report 1 September 2016

Some life has been breathed into the Top End fishing scene, and it’s happened both on inland freshwater and Darwin coastal waters.
Some great news is that Corroboree Lagoon is actually fishing quite well for quality barra.
Roger Sinclair has been spending some time plying the waters of this iconic lagoon, and has been catching fish on every trip.
“I’ve found trolling weedless ZMan Swimmerz in the four inch size to be particularly effective,” Roger told me.
“But you have to... (more)

25th Aug 16

Alex's Fishing Report 25 August 2016

One thing that the Top End Barra Series (TEBS) does whenever one of its six annual rounds is held on a Top End waterway is provide up-to-date information on the quality of fishing at the chosen location.
TEBS round four was no different and has provided a great insight into the quality of barra fishing at the iconic Corroboree Lagoon.
The round was held on all Mary River billabongs – ie Corroboree, Hardies, Shady freshwater and Mary River Bridge Lagoon – but the vast majority of competitors... (more)

18th Aug 16

Alex's Fishing Report 18 August 2016

This week I’m giving you a heads up on the 29th Humminbird Corroboree Park Challenge which is scheduled for 21-23 October.
Hosted by the Palmerston Game Fishing Club, this is the 29th anniversary of this iconic family fishing competition which is open to the general public.
The fishing grounds are all waterways east of Corroboree Park Tavern, including all Kakadu billabongs, that are open to the public and do not require a permit to enter.
As always, the winner will be the angler who catches the... (more)

11th Aug 16

Alex's Fishing Report 11 August 2016

If it’s clear water you’re after this weekend – be it in the estuaries of offshore – then you’ll certainly get it thanks to the dead neap tides that will be happening both days.
Winds offshore won’t be too bad – mainly easterlies around 15-20km/h – so trailer boats of 5m or longer should have no difficulties.
There are plenty of options for offshore fishing this weekend too.
Similar tides a fortnight ago produced good reef fish out wide at South Gutter... (more)

4th Aug 16

Alex's Fishing Report 4 August 2016

It was almost a surprise earlier-to-mid this week to have such strong winds, and it’s the reason why temperatures have finally dropped to more-normal dry season levels.
Mainly for the dry season so far, winds have not been a big issue for those heading offshore from Darwin.
And it’s heading that way again this weekend, with light winds predicted for both Saturday and Sunday.
It means you’ll be able to travel some distance in your typical 5m-plus trailer boat and hopefully get stuck... (more)

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