What Destinations

Bob Stanton Corporate Fishing

Wether its a corporate, private, family or father and son trip selection of where to go depends on a number of things, including how many in the group, destination, length of stay and budget restrictions etc. However it is important to know all lodges and camps have a high degree of comfort, safety, surveyed boats and great fishing.

Destinations are from 30 minutes to 1 hour flight from Darwin by either
regular scheduled airlines or private charter with some destinations
having their own airstrip. With our knowledge of all fishing areas we can
make recommendations for you in regard to where to go.

Below are just some of the many destinations available to our clients.



Arnhemland Lodge

Arnhemland Lodge

24 guests (max) in cabinsLocated about 1 hour from Darwin in west Arnhemland near the township of Maningrida, this fabulous facility is regarded by many as the best camp & fishing in the Northern Territory. Rex Hunt who was interviewed on the TV program "The Panel" was posed the question. "If you had one week to live we know you would go fishing, where would you go?" Rex said "Arnhemland Lodge"

glyde camp

Glyde Camp

6 guests (max) in tents Situated 1 hour by charter from Darwin this boutique remote camp is operated by one of the "Top End" legends Russell Kenny and wife Roz. Located on the Glyde river near the aboriginal township of Milingimbi the camp offers a diverse range of fishing areas including the Glyde and Woolen rivers as well as the magical Thousand Islands which is a mirid of flats and creeks. One of the highlights of a trip with Russell is lots of mudcrabs for dinner.

the magical johnson bush camp setting

Johnson Camp

9 guests (max) in air-conditioned accommodationIf you are looking for remoteness then the Johnson Bush Camp is your choice. It is accessed by flying direct into the camp by helicopter or by charter plane to Snake Bay with an overnight stay at Melville Lodge. Guests then fish their way up the coast, fishing the famous Jessie River, Robinsons Inlet and the Johnson area for the duration of your stay then fishing your way back to Snake Bay and charter to Darwin.

a bullo river homestead evening

Bullo River Station

24 guests (max) in air-conditioned rooms Located just over an hour by charter plane south west from Darwin in the east Kimberley region this 500,000 acre working cattle station is also an excellent fishing destination. Wether its fishing by helicopter in the remote gorge areas for sooty grunter, saratoga and barrumundi or fishing the salwater areas of the Bullo and Victoria rivers for barramundi, threadfin salmon or mangrove jacks this destination has it all with the additional activities of a cattle muster or visiting ancient aboriginal rock art .


Bamurru Plains

12 Guests in cabins Situated 0nly 25 minutes by charter from Darwin this world class eco lodge is home for international visitors during the dry season and is now available for exciting runoff fishing March/April and build up to the wet season October/November. The unique feature of this location is fishing with airboats that give you access to areas only available to lodge guests.

melville lodge

Melville Lodge

18 guests (max) in air-conditioned cabinsLocated on the north face of Melville Island outside the aboriginal township of Milikapiti and only 35 minutes flight time from Darwin this five star lodge is regarded by many as the finest in the top end. Operated by Mike and Jill Baxter, it offers the remoteness of a wilderness lodge with luxury and easy access.

Call Bob Stanton on 0411 706 840 for more information or a quote.

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