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NT | Tidal Saltwater & Freshwater
Finniss River Lodge
Spectacular coastal floodplains, vast ocean, fresh and saltwater options alike
NT | Saltwater
Cobourg Coastal Safaris
The Cobourg Coastal Camp offers fly in/fly out fishing charters
NT | Saltwater
The Ultimate Barramundi Fishing Adventure In The Northern Territory
Discover the untouched floodplains of the Anson Bay Coastal Creeks...
Reasons to Book with us
we can recommend a tour that reflects your needs
A visit to the Top End in the Northern Territory is sure to be on any Anglers top must fishing list destination.
What to catch
Offering freshwater fishing in billabongs, tidal rivers, flood pains and saltwater fishing at remote coastal camps, there is ample opportunity to fish and explore the region.
Freshwater fish species that you will be chasing in the Top End include Barramundi, thread fin salmon, jew fish, mangrove jack, black bream and Saratoga. Seawater fish species that you may wish to target could include Spanish mackerel, giant travelly, queenfish, cobia, golden snapper, coral trout, jewfish, saddletail snapper, stipeys, red emporer and cod.
Let us customise a fishing itinerary that gives you the best opportunity to explore the Top End. This may include staying at Northern Territory’s iconicBullo River Station , the remote Coburg Fishing Camp or safari style tented camp Bamurru Plains.
For the true adventurer who may be short on time perhaps HeliFish maybe more your style! Our Travel Designer offer a complete service who can coordinate everything for you including scheduled flights to and from Darwin, charters flights and fishing guides.
Best Seasonal recommendations
There are 4 main fishing seasons in the Top End which include the dry season, build up season, wet season and run off season. Our resident Ultimate Fishing Australia expert can explain the typical type of weather patterns you may encounter and when is the preferred time to travel depending on what type of fish you are trying to catch.