Ryan Moody has been catching big barramundi in Queensland for over 30 years and has caught over 2000 saltwater barra longer than metre!
That’s well over 2 kilometres of metre plus fish, considering some are well over a metre as this next video shows.
And yes, in accordance with the law of diminishing returns, the last few metre plus barra have certainly been harder than the first hundred haha.
But a few good wet seasons should see the big girls back on the chew and see us catching big barramundi in Queensland in numbers.
We have also caught plenty in the 95-99 cm range, and at this size they are perfect acrobats with massive head shakes and spectacular jumps, as angler and fish struggle for supremacy.
Hope you enjoy our latest fishing action video, Big Barramundi #14.
If you enjoyed the video and wonder how on earth Ryan Moody has caught so many big barra, perhaps you’d like to know his secrets?
Every year for two weeks only at the beginning of February and September, we open the doors again to our hugely successful online fishing course Barra Basics.
Barra Basics shows you not only how to catch big barramundi in Queensland, but anywhere barra are found.
Here are some of our students and their catches.
If you’d like to know more about our online fishing course Barra Basics, barra fishing in Queensland or just want to sign up for some free tips…
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