Some anglers have the perception that it’s always Hectic fishing in remote areas.
Certainly, it does help that the fish are not lure shy.
Because they haven’t been hammered by hundreds of boats.
And similar to what happens in green zones…
Certainly fish can grow larger, adding to the possibility of hectic fishing in remote areas.
But it’s not always the case!
Take for instance our trip to Princess Charlotte Bay chasing barra.
The day we had in the creek was the day the cold snap hit.
Then the wind blew up for a week, blowing straight into the bay and we had to move the big boat (or get no sleep).
However, if the tides and weather line up you can have some fantastic sessions.
HECTIC FISHING IN REMOTE AREAS
So if you have a small tinny you can still access these areas by launching off the beach.
And if your camping at Cape Melville you can launch there too.
So join us as we experience some hectic fishing during our time at the Barrow Islands.
As I said before going to remote areas is no guarantee of fishing madness.
Without a good handle on what’s under your boat, you can be plagued by pickers.
And frustrated by trevally.
To ensure hectic fishing when you go remote – take a look at our free training below.
BARROW ISLANDS PRODUCED THE GOODS
Unlike most anglers that look for structure, I have a tendency to look for more subtle ground.
And the Barrow Islands had a ton of it.
Hence the hectic fishing sessions.
I hope you enjoyed Episode 18 of our Northern Safari series – Hectic fishing in remote areas.
New episodes drop each week so stay tuned… And while you’re here, why not take a look at some of our other tips and fishing action videos below.