Timeless tale strikes a chord
We all grew up knowing and loving every line of every song in The Lion King, so when Baynton West Primary School decided to run a play based on the timeless classic, it was always going to strike a chord with parents in town.
As the students belted out renditions of hits such as Hakuna Matata, Can You Feel The Love Tonight and Circle of Life, there were plenty of parents, young and old, tapping along in sweet, sweet nostalgia.
In the past few years we have asked many, many people for tips and tricks to catch barramundi in Pilbara creeks and it seems just about everyone has a different opinion.
We have heard of every creek being a hotspot, from the De Grey River down to the Exmouth Gulf, and everything from “yeah you can only get ’em in summer” to “they are here all year if you know where to look”.
On tides, we have heard everything from low to high, and neap to spring.
We have heard morning, afternoon, evening and night are the best times to go and warmer and cooler days have them most active. We’ve been told lures work, as do soft plastics, and dead or live bait also work a treat.
Seems there is no secret to catching barra, just a whole bunch of people who swear by what they caught one on the first time they hooked up.