We can say Million Dollar Fish has been an event with any sense of reality to it to many people in Darwin.
People are the fourth time in this Million Dollar Fish.
Million Dollar Fish has become close to people.
As expected, I needed to get out of the crowd.
I went fishing at night on October 17.
The probability that I can catch barramundi is high in the night time compared with day time.
There is a problem of mosquito in the night time.
Of course, we must look out for crocodiles.
I used a 7cm Rapala Count Down minnow.
The retrieve I use for Count Down minnow is a steady wind if it were usual.
I used it with a short jerking action, causing the lure to dart quickly and erratically to attract fish for catch at night.
The Rapala Count Down minnow is a hard body lure.
This method can be applied in soft plastic shad too.
"Easier said than done." The beginners may well say so.
It sure is.
I saw a number of beginners in barramundi fishing recently.
They have to appropriately control a movement and colour of a lure in accordance with a situation.
However, it will get much more fun when they become able to do it.
I know, giving their best efforts will yield results.
Lure: Rapala XRCD-7
Colour: Glass Ghost
Where: Shallow water 50-70cm deep
Water: Murky / Outgoing
Line: Surfix 832 30lb
Leader: Jinkai 40lb
Knot: The Albright Knot
Reel: Shimano Curado 150 DC
Rod: Redington Model CPX868C2 8'6" Medium Action 8-15lb 1/8-1/2oz
Clip: Force ten Stainless Duo Lock Snaps #3
Lure action: Steady triple twitches/a single pause retrieve
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Thank you very much.