If you haven’t heard of Barramundi then it’s highly likely you haven’t been to Australia!
Known for their great power and size they are also a great table fish served up as a speciality at restaurants. They can grow over 1metre and live in both fresh and salt water throughout Northern Australia and South East Asia. Barra as they are more commonly known love a good fight and arent shy of a few aerials once hooked.
Here are 10 quality Barramundi fishing videos from 2017. Enjoy and tight lines!
Giant Barramundi Fishing in Burdekin River
Trolling lures and casting for big Barra in the Burdekin River in Queensland Australia. A great video showing a wide range of different sized Barra caught on a variety of different lures.
2017 Fishing for Barra in the NT Run Off
Every year after the wet season the floodplains of Northern Territory become a fishermans dream as the Barra feed at the mouths of small creeks and run offs. Enjoy the following video and quality fish caught.
NT Fishing Adventures TOP 10 Fish of 2017 – Northern Territory, Australia.
Everything from Queensland Grouper, Spanish Mackeral, Jew, Snapper and of course big Barra caught in Northern Territory, Australia. Look forward to seeing what the guys from NT Fishing Adventures catch in 2018.
Darwin Run-Off 2017, Northern Territory, Australia.
Hooked on Brooke gets up north and lands some BIG Barra along with a heap of Threadfin Salmon whilst the summer run-off was in full swing.
Saltwater Barramundi Fishing
Winter fishing for the great barramundi during low tide with a full moon. Great location and good to see The Forri Beach Boy land his target species.
McArthur River Barramundi Fishing with Lures
NT Fishing Adventures are back at it this time fishing the McArthur River for Barramundi. The difference this time they are using ONLY lures. Trolling hard body lures is one option along with throwing lures up amongst the snags to entice a hiding barra.
Fishing Goa, India, for Barramundi & Mangrove Jacks
With this video we head overseas to GOA in India chasing huge Barramundi and Mangrove Jacks. Using small canoe type boats, watch as quality sized fish are caught just off the beach in inshore reefs.