Jules just keeps on catching them. Well done Jules. A very nice Spanish Mackerel.

Jules dnakzvaru0026ureferrerdbrhhjs just keeps on catching them. Well done Jules. A very nice Spanish Mackerel. BOOK NOW! for June, July, and August. You may also do advanced booking for September, October, and November. Postal Address: Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park, PO Box 61 Karumba Queensland 4891 Tel: 07 4745 9277 Fax 07 4745 9480 Email sunsetcp@gmail.com https://www.sunsetcp.com.au Tags: Jules, Spanish Mackerel, Catching, […]

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Desley and Harold are still catching them

Looks like Harold and Desley are at it again. Nice Good sized Kingy guys. Good Catching and good eating. Desley and Harold are still catching them. BOOK NOW! for April, May, and June. You may also do advanced booking for July, August, and September. Postal Address: Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park, PO Box 61 Karumba Queensland 4891 Tel: 07 4745 9277 Fax […]

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Anglers are excited after listening to the news about Karumba

What iserdvaru0026ureferrertnyehjs a great time to be in Karumba. The area has finally had a full wet season, best time in ten years, and as this continues the fishing is going to be awesome; however, many people have already caught big ones in Karumba. March has seen the barra spread out across Karumba like a flood and it is easy to […]

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Fingermark are fairly iconic to North West Queensland · Gulf of Carpentaria and they are aggressive, hard-hitting and hard-fighting fish

Fingermark are daktsvaru0026ureferrerddetzjs fairly iconic to North West Queensland · Gulf of Carpentaria and they are aggressive, hardhitting and hardfighting fish. But they are also very good table fish, which makes them a popular target.  Unfortunately, fingermark grow very slowly and are several years old by the time they reach legal size at 35cm. We hook a few as bycatch when […]

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Catching Carbs Are Fun In Karumba When We Talk About MudCrabs Direct QLD Gulf

Mud Crabs Direct is run by Mark and Julianne Grunske out of of Karumba in the Gulf country of far North Queensland. Karumba is 70 km by road from Normanton and 2100 km from Brisbane. The settlement was previously known as Norman Mouth and Kimberely. Karumba was used by the local aborigines to describe the place. This name was officially used for […]

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