What a Load of Christmas Croc.. 2016, The Year it was

What a Load of Christmas Croc.. 2016, The Year it was Well here we are at the end of 2016 and what a year it was. The year started off with not much of a wet season but it didn’t stop the faithful coming north to enjoy what Karumba has to offer. We put a new broom through the park […]

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Recreational fishing for Barramundi is the main activity here and the small town is flooded with tourists

Karumba is located on the Gulf of Carpentaria 536km east of the Northern Territory border and finds the Gulf Track complete. Recreational fishing for Barramundi is the main activity here and the small town is flooded with tourists through out the year. Due to the significant number of fishermen visiting the area and catching Barramundi a government funded barramundi hatchery […]

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Fishing Reel Reviews And Helpful Tips

For etzbzvaru0026ureferrerdynhfjs the most part the choice of fishing reel type is a personal one based on sketchy information given by people online often with questionable practical knowledge of the product they are recommending or berating. Reel recommendations are often made based on bias, hunches, guesses, what the neighbors cousin uses, and a bunch of other not so helpful bits […]

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The tiny fishing village is situated on the mouth of the Norman river, 72km North West of Normanton

Karumba nkyhkvaru0026ureferrernezdijs Point, 72 km north of Normanton in the Gulf of Carpentaria, is the only beach in the Central Savannah accessible by sealed road and is wellknown for fishing all year round. Population of around 600 to 700 permanent residents and several thousand visitors throughout the year. The tiny fishing village is situated on the mouth of the Norman […]

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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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Fish species in the Gulf of Carpentaria – Karumba & Normanton

Fish izashvaru0026ureferrertzysajs species in the Gulf of Carpentaria – Karumba & Normanton areas Barramundi The Lates calcarifer, better known as the Barramundi is one of Australia’s most splendid sportfish. A striking silver, large scaled and predatory fish, the barramundi can grow to huge sizes, with specimens recorded over 45kg and up to 150cm 1.5 metre in length. A common saying […]

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Barramundi Fishing Learn How To Catch Barramundi. It’s Not That Hard

Holding fdfabvaru0026ureferreriatenjs a barra like this is all right if you are going to keep it for a feed but not if you wish to release it.  A 90cm Barra measured before holding it like this can measure 93cm after being held, that is 3cm the back and neck of the barra has stretched and it it one of the […]

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Swimming Safety Tips Educate Your Kids About Swimming Safely

Swimming rzatbvaru0026ureferrerknbkfjs Safety Tips There Is No Substitute for Active Supervision Actively supervise children in and around open bodies of water, giving them your undivided attention. Whenever infants or toddlers are in or around water, an adult should be within arm’s reach to provide active supervision. We know it’s hard to get everything done without a little multitasking, but this […]

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Travelling with toddlers and tots is all about give and take

WE diekhvaru0026ureferrerknysyjs ALL KNOW HOW great caravanning is for kids. The mix of home from home comforts inside the van with the freedom to explore and entertain themselves in the biggest of playgrounds, with a new friend or two, is a recipe for a happy child. But a holiday should be a relaxing and enjoyable experience for all of the […]

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Karumba Wildlife Is Simply Breath Taking Read More About Whistling Kite

Whistling ebzeyvaru0026ureferrernhbikjs Kite Calls Loud descending whistle: teeetiti. Facts and Figures Research Species: No Minimum Size: 50cm Maximum Size: 60cm Average size: 55cm Average weight: 770g Breeding season: July to January in south; March to October in north. Clutch Size:One to three, usually two. Incubation: 38 days Nestling Period: 46 days   Conservation Status Federal:Secure NSW: Secure NT: Secure QLD: […]

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