Overall it was a good experience tempered only by the fact that I had to pay $150 for a broken fishing rod & of course the lack of catching a fish large enough to eat. So a word of warning, make sure you read the fine print & never attempt to help out by trying to unsnag your own line, let the tour guide do it.
Reviewed by: George, September 2018
We had THE BEST trip and our guide was so nice and helpful. We were a family of 4 coming from Denmark. Kids caught huge fish and we had a chance to eat them back at the camp site. Very professional company. We can highly recommend!
Reviewed by: Christian, August 2018
Rarely give top marks. From booking experience to the tour change and tout itself, all worked efficiently and effectively. The tour guide Dusty performed expertly with gear, information and fishing. Unfortunately the fishing on the day was a bit slow but overall it was a great trip on a great river with great people. Thoroughly recommended. thanks Don Schofield
Reviewed by: Don, June 2013
A great morning only tempered by not catching a bigger fish
Our tour guide was great company
Reviewed by: Craig, September 2012
Unable to fish usual spot in East Alligator river,as closed for cultural reasons.Guide said fishing "hard" in Home Billabong,but we could try in afternoon.to everyone's surprise,we landed 5 barra,including 2 decent size ones;kept one-and got it cooked up. The guide was informative,helpful,and made our day memorable.
Reviewed by: Adrian, July 2012
Guide was friendly and informative, but couldn't fish, even accounting for the dry season. It was apparent the fish were in the billabong, but the approach was basic crankbaits on which we just varied the colour. Had I my complete array of equipment from Texas I believe I would have connected and landed more than the one fish my wife and I caught between us. It turned out to be an expensive fish given the cost of the guide. Guide needs to get current.
Reviewed by: Peter, August 2009