Exmouth Journey - Part 1 - Fishing Video

I'm sure all of you want to see some more Exmouth footage, well, here it is - Salmo style. Part 1 is an introduction to the series and doesn't have a lot of fishing, but the scenery and creeks just makes you wish you were there. Part 2 will be coming in the following days and has a fair bit more fishing, hope you enjoy some of what Exmouth has on offer.

Download "Exmouth Journey 1" (32.2 meg, wmv, 4:31)

 

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Absolutely awesome video

Wed, 2006-11-01 16:40

Absolutely awesome video guys, best one yet in my oppinion. Really hangin out for the next installment. Were they gulf creeks? How do you access those creeks?

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Great taste in music

Wed, 2006-11-01 16:43

A very fitting soundtrack to a great adventure.

Nice cool vid, just enough of a taste of everything.
Loved it.
5 stars guys.

Cheers

Andy Mac

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All Salmo

Wed, 2006-11-01 16:50

All Salmo, nothing to do with me, I just ripped it off the dvd and put it up for him. You'll love the next ones, pure gold! Will get it up in the next coupla days once everyones had enough time to download the latest productions.

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salmo

Wed, 2006-11-01 16:56

top notch mate absolutly loved the video!!

cant wait to see more!

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looks

Wed, 2006-11-01 19:54

looks like they had a great trip covered the lot ocean,flats and creeks awsome

WORK IS JUST TO FILL IN BETWEEN FISHING TRIPS

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Cheers guys

Thu, 2006-11-02 10:50

And a big thanks to Adam for putting it up.
Yep was a great trip.
It got ugly after a few days out there which is what Adam is alluding too.
You can only get to the good stuff Jay by boat. Just a 50km tinnie trip across the gulf (directly opposite the marina) Good parts of it are A Class reserves which you cant land a boat.
You can drive a car down into the southern gulf via Giralia Station (now owned by CALM). They charge a entry/camping fee. Lots of shallow flats there…great for G Herring, Queenies and blue salmon on fly….Not so good in a tinnie unless you know the area….most of it isn’t mapped.

Jim (the guy with the turtle) has a lease for Safari Island (he got to name it!) runs a camp there.

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Any good pictures to

Thu, 2006-11-02 20:12

Any good pictures to accompany the movies Salmo? Love those jacks mate, they're such an awesome fish.

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great vid salmo, now i know

Thu, 2006-11-02 20:56

great vid salmo, now i know what all the hype was you were tellin me about! Once again, awesome footage!

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gotta agree

Fri, 2006-11-03 20:15

yep, great footage, a real nature trip...top music to match.

Can you tell us more more about Safari Island Salmo..how good does
that sound :D

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Hey Bod

Sat, 2006-11-04 09:11

Ok Safari Island is hard to find on a map. But if you find Simpson Island its just north of that and just south of Tent Island (both of which are A Class reserves)
Jim runs camps from 3-7 days targeting most of the critters you expect to find around there. Light tackle paradise
Summer time also sees barra come down from Urala creek.

Costs include pickup and return from the marina (or seaplane if you have the bucks) three meals a day, fully guided creek trips or if you preferr you can take a hornet out yourself.

I will post a few pictures up of the camp

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safari island

Sat, 2006-11-04 12:07

thanks Salmo, I googled safari island exmouth and checked out Jim's website. I now understand why your vid resembles a nature trip.
great stuff.

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Whats the website? coudn't

Sat, 2006-11-04 14:13

Whats the website? coudn't find it....

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Yeah neither could I

Sat, 2006-11-04 19:41

Yeah neither could I :(

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Sites not up yet

Sat, 2006-11-04 22:23

OOOPPPPs sorry I gave a bum steer....

try
http://www.wilderness-island.com

site will be completed soon.

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safari island

Sun, 2006-11-05 12:58

I don't know where you guys were looking. I just typed in 'safari island exmouth' and came up with the website which is www.jimscamp.com

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Don't think that's the right

Sun, 2006-11-05 19:11

Don't think that's the right website bod.

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Nah hes onto it

Mon, 2006-11-06 16:21

Nah Bods got the right bloke ....Jim use to do Outback camps as well on his folks Station....good way to meet swedish backpackers.

If you look at wilderness-island though it will give you the details for the fishing camp