First up I want to wish all my readers a very “HAPPY NEW YEAR” and a most prosperous 2013.
Well guys and gals another year behind us and all the Christmas celebrating we have done gone, it’s perhaps time to start getting ready for all the new adventures before us in 2013. Just before we go and start getting our fishing gear in order, I would like to reflect back over 2012 and show you just a snippet of some of the fish that never got away.
I am a great believer in catch & release and although I managed to catch hundreds of great fish in 2012, 99% of them were released to live another day.I am a very lucky person to live and fish in the Northern Territory of Australia which has some of the greatest fishing locations in the world. This year I hope to bring far more information about techniques and tackle used when fishing the waters in The Northern Territory.
Just To Wet Your Appetite
I am not here to impress you all, all I want to do is impress upon you just how good the fishing is in the northern territory of Australia and hope that you too can one day visit here to catch your own. One particular outing in Kakadu National park last October, a friend and I landed 118 Barramundi, averaging 65cm and we caught them all in the same day.Yes we released all of them and flicked lures to catch them, I suppose you could say we had an absolute ball that day.
Ok friends and avid fisher people, time to go get our fishing gear in order and plan the next outing.I wish you all well for the year ahead and will be back with you all very soon. Stay tuned through out the year as I will be highlighting some great fishing techniques,tackle and spots that have all worked for me in the past.I would love to hear of any fishing stories and successes you had in 2012, you can post them in the comments.
Hey Life is Good When Your Fishing