Fishing is one of the most popular leisure sports in the world. It is a popular pastime and people of all ages and dispositions like to spend time waiting to catch a fish. Large populations all around the world are employed in the fishing business, as fish are one of the most traded in commodities in the global market. Here we are not going to talk about commercial fishing, but about recreational fishing.
Types of recreational fishing
Depending upon the gear used, recreational fishing can be divided into two categories:
1. If one uses a pole with reel-able line and bait or a lure of some kind on the end, it can be called pole fishing.
2. Another type of fishing is fly fishing which is like pole fishing, but uses a whipping motion to act like a fly above water and the reel is on the very back end of the pole.
Family-Owned Fishing Charter
Whether you are new to fishing or an old pro, you would certainly enjoy a fishing tour. Darwin Reef ‘n’ Wrecks are a family-owned Darwin fishing Charter Company located in the top end of Australia. On their Top End fishing charters, you can do Barramundi fishing , deep sea fishing or reef fishing. Fish the Darwin Harbour or the outer reefs up to 100m offshore with Darwin Reef ‘n’ Wrecks fishing charters. They have many years of fishing experience in the tropical waters of the Northern Territory coastline and they offer barramundi fishing trips to remember. Their speciality is giving you the ultimate fishing charter available in the magnificent tropical Top End waters of Australia.
Whether your goal is to land a barramundi or a premier light tackle sport fish or a prime-eating reef dweller, Darwin Reef ‘n’ Wrecks covers the lot. From fishing as an individual or family to a conference group, party or corporate, Darwin Reef ‘n’ Wrecks can cater to all your needs. Their wide variety of fishing experiences caters to all levels. This family-owned company prides themselves on providing a fishing experience never to be forgotten and an exceptional opportunity to make the catch of a lifetime. To know more about Darwin Reef ‘n’ Wrecks and to book a fishing trip of a lifetime, drop by their website at www.darwinreefnwrecks.com.au.