This barramundi is stalking a soft plastic bait and when it gets its mouth on it… hang on!
Here is a good look at what it’s like to fish in the clear water where the barramundi lives.
Sight fishing in small waters like this is as exciting as it gets.
Having a muscular fish like the ‘barra’ pounce on your bait right at your feet has got to be a thrill, and this is what it looks like:
The barramundi is widely distributed from Southeast Asia to Australia and beyond.
“Barramundi” is derived from the Aboriginal language and roughly means “large scaled river fish”
Anything that has “large” in its name basically means sign us up, lead us to it, and then get out of the way please.