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Fishing the Daly River

Small disclaimer: I caught ZERO FISH on this trip. “Daly River Donuts” A lot of fishing and effort for no fish. But if you decide to watch the video, I hope you enjoy. It was a great trip. Only a couple of hours drive from Darwin is the iconic BarramundiRead More …


Leaders Creek Fishing (Darwin)

Only a short drive from Darwin you will find Leaders Creek. It’s only a 40ish minute drive, but you feel like you’re a million miles away. Over 2018/2019 the road has been upgraded almost the entire way to the Leaders Creek boat ramp. The road to Leaders Creek is BitumenRead More …


Stay out of the Shipping Channel

Darwin Harbour is so different to the kind of fishing I’m used to. Back where I used to live on the McArthur River near Borroloola, you never had to contend with too many other boats and certainly not ships. The shipping channel in Darwin Harbour can be good for fishing,Read More …


Fishing Darwin Harbour Wrecks

I’ve lived in Darwin for about a year now. And I still have so much to learn about the fishing here. Darwin Harbour has A LOT of wrecks. And most of them are meant to be good for fishing. I’ve found out over time that it’s not quite that simple.Read More …


Morning Crabbing Run

I’ve never really been crabbing before. As a result, I know almost nothing about crabbing. So for this episode I team up with my father and father-in-law to try our luck at catching some Darwin Mud Crabs. In this video I also show you the difference between a male andRead More …


My Island Home (Part 3 of 3)

Part 3 of an epic adventure to the Gulf of Carpentaria (King Ash Bay Fishing Club, Near Borroloola), and more specifically, Wiyibi Fishing and Wilderness Lodge on North Island (Barranyi National Park) Our reef fishing session on the way home from the island was awesome. Unfortunately it came to anRead More …


My Island Home (Part 2 of 3)

Part 2 of an epic adventure to the Gulf of Carpentaria (King Ash Bay Fishing Club, Near Borroloola), and more specifically, Wiyibi Fishing and Wilderness Lodge on North Island (Barranyi National Park) We actually got some fishing done in part 2.


My Island Home (Part 1 of 3)

Part 1 of an epic adventure to the Gulf of Carpentaria (King Ash Bay Fishing Club, Near Borroloola), and more specifically, Wiyibi Fishing and Wilderness Lodge on North Island (Barranyi National Park)


Fishing in the Goldilocks Zone (Darwin Land Based)

Some land-based fishing in Darwin trying to track down the Million Dollar Fish. In this episode I head down to the rocks at East Point in Darwin to try and work out the perfect tides for fishing. It took me a few goes, but I reckon I have found “TheRead More …


VIDEO: Darwin offshore gas rig fishing. The Stena Clyde.

It was only our second time ever fishing in Darwin. My mate Dylan had driven his boat up 1,000km from Borroloola to Darwin. My wife and I just happened to be in Darwin at the time, so Dylan and I decided to go out for the big trip. We findRead More …


Common Fish of the Northern Territory

If we were playing Family Feud and the question was “What do you associate with the Northern Territory?” One of the top answers would have to be BARRAMUNDI. And it’s no secret that tens of thousands of visitors come to the Northern Territory each year to try and land aRead More …


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