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Great trip Cape Man!!! Jeff



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I have had a request for a barramundi video! 8O
Nothing new until November, hopefully, but here is an oldie but a goodie! One of my favorites from our first trip to the McArthur R in the Northern Territory in 2017!


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I wondered why there has been a barramundi video drought.

I saw barramundi in the store here for the first time. Well, sort of... I saw the sign. They were sold out. The butcher said they are really tasty and sell out fast.
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Some random pics fishing mostly my home waters. 2 shots from Chokoloskee.
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I enjoyed the pics Seaslug!
Can you give some details of the location, the fish and how you target them. [-o<
We are 54 days off harassing Barramundi in northern Australia! :lol:

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I'm in northeast Florida and mostly sight fish Redfish shown, also known as Red Drum, and Snook, similar to your Barramundi. All of my fishing is done in less than 16" depth, and usually, and preferably 4-10". We like to find them with their backs out of the water crawling along the banks. Very challenging, all artificial and fly, no bait but very rewarding. We rarely keep a Redfish, but if I catch a slot Snook, 28-32", it's coming home. I've only caught 2 legal fish locally and have lost a few that were over size.
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Nice Snook seaslug they are great tasting fish, know why you keep them. :D Tom
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