The latest Issue No 31 of the Australian blockbuster fishing and outdoors magazine, NAFA, will hit the newsstands late July.
This bumper issue has 236 pages of 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-quality fishing and outdoors magazine.
This issue also comes with a huge prize incentive: NAFA is giving away 50 Dometic... (more)
The second season of Million Dollar Fish will have even more prize hooks to lure anglers and promote tourism in the Top End. Registrations have opened for the competition to begin on 1 October when you can fish for 101 barramundi which will have been tagged and released at well-known fishing locations across the Northern Territory. One will carry a MILLION DOLLAR prize tag and the other 100 fish will be worth $10,000 each if caught.
Call 08 89831544 or email now to find out how... (more)
How good is it that the Million Dollar Fish campaign will run again on 1 October this year until 28 February next year.
Tourism NT’s Million Dollar Fish campaign was heralded a great success, with some truly impressive statistics to back this up.
For starters, more than 43,000 people registered for the competition from 62 different countries, including 25,800 people from interstate and 14,600 Northern Territory locals.
Plus around 6,000 people actually visited the NT to participate in the competition.... (more)
It’s official: El Nino is gone and won’t be back for at least 12 months.
This is according to the Bureau of Metreology which describes the El Nino effect as the above-average warming of the central and eastern tropical Pacific Ocean which in turn causes a shift in atmospheric circulation.
The El Nino that has just died was one of the most-severe ever recorded, and it was the reason why we had such a pathetic wet season in terms of rainfall.
Following on the heels of two previous below-average... (more)
If you’re thinking of wetting a line for barra in the salt water this weekend, there are definitely some possibilities based on the run of tides.
At first glance, you might think the low tides are a bit late and a bit high for Darwin Harbour.
Based on a couple of trips I’ve done of late, when the low tides were a good metre higher than those this weekend, there are definitely barra to be caught.
Roger Sinclair and I worked some flats near Blessers Creek early last Monday on a 3.3m low tide.... (more)