Barking Owl Retreat/Atherton Tablelands Fishing, Barra, Black Bream
Atherton Tablelands Accommodation Black Bream & Barra Fishing
Barking Owl Retreat Black Bream Brags
Atherton Tablelands fishing Accommodation Barking Owl Retreat has a large
private Dam with it's own Jetty so come and join in the fun and try your hand at fishing! Fishing equipment and bait is supplied although you are welcome to bring your own rods and lures. The dam is stocked with Black Bream also known as 'sooty grunter', Mouth All Mighty, and Barramundi. Try your luck at fishing and take your photo to secure a place on our Brag's page, then relax by the open fire place in the dam hut with some toasted marshmallows! Here is a quick fishing video of our guests Ian and his son Matt shown below, catching a Black Bream in April 2013. (It will take a minute to load)
You can see how big the Black Bream are now from the photo above taken in June 2014. And also below Chris with his whopper catch!
Steve from Cairns above with a nice fat Black Bream caught in 2015.
Brant and son Jake of Clifton Beach caught this whopper Black Bream!
Matt snagged a beauty over the 2013 Easter holidays! See his fishing video.
Julatten boys Adam and son Fletcher caught the first Black Bream for 2010!
John won the fishing comp with his girlfriend Kahlia in second place in 2015!
Chloe from Townsville hooked a couple of mouth all mighty.
Stephen had a bit of help from Neo.
Neo was there to help John and Hanna catch a Black Bream.
Andrew caught a couple of mouth almighty in 2015 Spring.
Tash and Georgia from Sydney, NSW each caught a huge Mouth all Mighty each in April 2010.
This is how big their fish really were!
Are there really crocodiles at Barking Owl Retreat? You will have to come and find out for yourself!
Richard and his son Alexander of Toowong in Qld caught a nice little fat Black Bream while Chilli watched on eagerly!
Chilli at it again in on the fishing with Trevor from Mossman who caught a huge one!
Our Sons Keegan and Brody who have caught many Black Bream in our dam, finally got caught on camera in February 2010 when the dam was alive with water spiders and cicadas!
Katherine from Morten Qld, and cousin Isobel visiting Australia from Scotland landed a Black Bream each in March 2010.
Mark of Cairns had a great time catching this Black Bream and posing for photos
Allan of Smithfield was out to catch the Barra but settled for three Black Bream instead
Tom of Namibia caught this Black Bream just on dark in December
7 Year old Amelia of Whitfield caught two Black Breams in July 09
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Hosts Chris & Tanya Bassford
409 Hough Rd, Po Box 85,
Kairi, Atherton Tablelands,
Far North Queensland,
Phone/Fax 07 4095 8455
International +61 7 4095 8455
Mobile 0407 695 685 Email us here