Category Archives: Barra Fishing Tips

Hinchinbrook barra session

3 hour barra session on my new lures

With all this wind we’ve been unable to go offshore so we headed to Hinchinbrook for a barra session. Hinchinbrook is an amazing barra fishery and where I caught my 2000th metre plus barra! The mud as it is only allows access to the boat ramp at certain times, so on this day we only…

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Fishing the Fitzroy for barramundi

Fishing the Fitzroy for Barramundi

Fishing the Fitzroy net free zones for Barramundi and King Threadfin is certainly a ton of fun! The addition of a net free zone in Rockhampton has protected fish stocks from netting and created a recreational anglers paradise. They are dubbing it the Barra Capital of Australia! We headed down to Rocky intending on Fishing…

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Proserpine Dam Barramundi

Smashed by Proserpine Dam Barramundi

On our way back from Rockhampton last month we decided to try for some Proserpine Dam Barramundi. Prossie Dam is notorious for big barra and where we filmed most of our Impoundment Module for Barra Basics.  Back then, Karen had to jump in to untangle a big 120 cm fish from the weeds. And in…

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Barra comp winner Col with a 115

Barra Competition Duel with son Col.

Well the barra season in Queensland has ended for another year, but not before I had a father son barra competition with my son Col. Running a business and travelling a lot means I don’t get to spend as much time with my kids as I’d like. Seems only yesterday we took this pic. Now…

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Fishing with kids to catch a big barra.

Making memories fishing with kids

Fishing with kids is both challenging and hilarious. Earlier this year we did a delightful blog post with our 7 year old neighbor Mason. We met Mason at the ANZAC day dawn service after he confidently approached us exclaiming, “Hi Ryan Moody, I watch all your videos” before parroting “I’m Ryan Moody helping you fish…

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Fishing for barra in Darwin

Fishing for barra in Darwin

I have been asked many times in recent years if fishing for Barra in Darwin is the same as on the east coast. In my experience, I have found them to have pretty much exactly the same habits everywhere. The only difference is you get a smaller window to have a crack at them aggregating…

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Fishing in Darwin with helifish

Fishing Darwin for the million dollar fish in a chopper!

Come with us and experience the trip of a lifetime as we go fishing in Darwin for the million dollar fish. But let’s face it… if you’re going to go on the hunt for a million dollar fish, you may as well do it in style. So we finally decided to tick another one off…

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Best time of year to catch a barramundi

Best time of year for barramundi fishing

I wish I got a dollar every time someone asks, What is the best time of year for barramundi fishing?” Mostly from people who want to book a charter and come at the best time. Or also from anglers towing their boat long distances for a fishing holiday and want to maximise their chance of…

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You cannot target barra during the barramundi fishing closure

Barramundi fishing closure

The east coast Barramundi fishing closure TIMES HAVE CHANGED! The NEW closed season runs from midnight to midnight – e.g. from 12.01 am on the first day of the closure to 11.59 pm on the last day of the closure. The east coast of Qld Barramundi season closure runs from 1st November to 31 January…

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fishing rocks walls for barra produced this nice metre plus fish

Rock walls for barra

When fishing rock walls for barra, we recently decided to try a technique that works a treat on charter. We decided to use the “uninterested technique” while fishing the Cardwell rock walls for barra. Now some of you may have seen this video clip on Facebook. However, this is the extended version and in it,…

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