Fishy Name | Sexy Fishy Name
Barramundi is also known as Barra, Silver Barramundi, Giant Perch, and Palmer Perch. Adult Barramundi have a bright silvery grey upper body colour whereas fish found in freshwater areas billabongs and impounds have a darker greenish bronze upper body progressing to silvery sides and belly area. Juveniles are mottled brown to dark brown with a distinctive white stripe from the dorsal fin to the snout often fragmenting to white dots or blotches. Most barramundi begin their lives as males and change to females as they become much larger. Barramundi can grow up to 60kg however most commonly caught up to 6kg.
Queensland, Northern Territory and Western Australia.
Light tackle Medium Tackle and Heavy Tackle depending on your fishing situation
Poppers, Minnows, Soft Plastics, Saltwater fly, Jigs and chrome lures
Barramundi are mostly caught on variety of live baits including Mullet, Garfish, Herring, Prawns, Cherabin and Freshwater Yabbies