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8 x tagged fish worth $1 Million stay active all year

Fish the NT all year to win $1 Million bucks! To be eligible able to claim this prize, you must have registered for Season 7 of Million Dollar Fish.

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Just by registering for the Season 7, we gave away over $60,000 in partner prizes for Season 7 fishos!

Lucky Prize Pool

Fish the NT.

It’s no secret that the Northern Territory is home to some of the best fishing in Australia. 113 red-tagged fish were released across five incredible fishing destinations for Season 7 – Arnhem Land, Darwin, Kakadu, Katherine and Tiwi Islands.

16 red-tagged fish were recaptured in Season 7, and 70 prized fish have been snagged since the comp began, but the elusive Million Dollar Fish still to be reeled in.

There are now 8 x red-tagged fish worth $1 million at large in the Northern Territory. Here in the NT, any fisho can win the mill – so come on, wet a line and try your luck.

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Flights to Darwin are going cheap! And just in time for Million Dollar Fish Season 8 🙌

@virginaustralia has flight deals to Darwin from Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney on NOW! Bookable dates start as early as October 2022. 

Check it out at the link in our bio. 

*Sale ends at 11:59pm AEST on Sunday 7 August. T&Cs apply, see Virgin Australia website for details.Million Dollar Fish Season 8 is just around the corner fishos! 👀

In case you've been living under the sea and haven't heard.... every year we release a heap of red-tagged barramundi in to Top End waterways. Each of those beautiful barra are worth cash, some $10k and some an incredible $1 mill.

If you reel one in between the months of October and March, the cash is all yours. Except for the $1 million baddies... they can be caught year-round!

Last year's season was the biggest ever, with 17 lucky anglers reeling in a winner.

Think you can do it too? Registrations for next season will open on 1st September with the season officially commencing on 1st October. To make sure you're in the running, join our waitlist at the link in our bio.Coming to fish in the Territory? While the NT might have some of the best barra fishing around, there are plenty of other adventures on offer while you’re here.

During NAIDOC Week (3-10 July), why not book an awesome Aboriginal tour and discover more about the history and culture of this incredible place? 

Visit our mates at Tourism Top End for some suggestions! We’ve popped the link to their website in our bio.Hey fishos! We've just spotted @jetstaraustralia flights to Darwin starting at just $99 one way from Brisbane, Cairns, Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide.

If you're keen to hit the water for Season 8 (starting 1 October), book in that trip! 

Head to jetstar.com.au to lock it in!Big congrats to Mitchil Lee (second from the left) who is the winner of Season 7's final Lucky Prize Pool Giveaway, a @greatnorthern_aus Breakaway with Matt Wright!

He'll be heading up to the NT for an unforgettable four day, three night trip to the Tiwi Islands including heli-fishing, deep sea fishing, and more. 

Now he just has to pick the lucky mate he'll take with him... 👀

We'll have a whole heap of amazing prizes to give away during Season 8. Head to milliondollarfish.com.au at the link in our bio to get your name on the registration waitlist!Who's been on the water this long weekend? 🙋‍♀️ We hear the barra are biting!

Thanks to Cassie (@macca.05) for using the hashtag #milliondollarfish - she's won the last official MDF shirt for Season 7.

Keep tagging us and using that hashtag when sharing your pics fishos! We love to see that silver.The Million Dollar Fish Season 7 survey closes at 11:59pm tomorrow! Give us your feedback and you'll go in to win one of two $500 Visa cards. 

The questions are simple and you’ll finish faster than you can fillet a fish!

Fill it out at the link in our bio.We need your feedback on Million Dollar Fish Season 7 so we can make next season even better!

Fill in our survey before 11:59pm 14th April and you’ll go into the draw to win one of two $500 Visa cards. The questions are simple and you’ll finish faster than you can fillet a fish!

Click the link in our bio to fill it out.Million Dollar Fish Season 7 is a wrap, and it was a ripper! 

🎣 Over 38,000 fishos registered
💰 16 x $10,000 fish were caught
🎁 $61,000 worth of Lucky Prize Pool giveaways were given away
💙 $17,000 was donated to charity partners 

Remember: those 8 x fish worth a mill are still out there and valid year-round. Keep fishing, and if you reel in one of those slippery bad boys... call that number on the tag! 

Keen to register for next year? Join the waitlist for Season 8 on our website: milliondollarfish.com.au (link in bio).

See ya on the water, fishos!BREAKING NEWS 🚨 

After authorities confirmed they will honour the $1 million reward for capture of Australia's Most Wanted Fish any day of the year, a source has revealed the tag numbers that fishos should look out for. They are:

🐟 S1-MDF1469
🐟 S2-MDF2656
🐟 S3-MDF3556
🐟 S4-MDF4540
🐟 S4-MDF4663
🐟 S5-MDF5501
🐟 S6-MDF6474
🐟 S7-MDF7399

Registration for Million Dollar Fish closes at 11:59pm TONIGHT. Make sure you're registered and keep fishing! Those bad barra can't hide forever.

Registration is free at milliondollarfish.com.au (link in bio)Season 7 of Million Dollar Fish wraps at 11:59pm TONIGHT, and it's been our biggest season ever! 🤑

$160,000 has been awarded to fishos this year and $17,000 has been donated to official charity partners.

Today @cancercouncilnt was presented with a cheque for $5,000, which will go towards the Transport to Treatment program and nurse led clinics to provide counselling and support for patients. 

@shoreline.au received a healthy $4,000 donation, which will enable the Territory organisation to continue creating programs and pathways to sustainable careers for young Aboriginal Australians.

And the Darwin Star Ball, supporting @starlightau, is the beneficiary of an $8,000 donation, which will assist Starlight to deliver its vital programs to sick kids in the Northern Territory.

How good is that! There's still time to register for Season 7. The 8 x fish worth a million bucks are valid all year round!

Register before 11:59pm tonight at the link in our bio.The barra are BITING! 🐟🐟🐟

THREE out of season red-tagged fish have been caught in the past week at Marsh Creek, Roper River, and East Alligator River.

The barra caught on Roper River at Mataranka was the most well-travelled tagged fish in the history of the competition! The 80cm fish had swum 345km up river - it was originally released near the mouth back in 2019. Little ripper!

Now's the time to get fishing. Make sure you're registered at the link in our bio before 31 March - those fish worth a million bucks will remain active all year long.Need another reason to register for Million Dollar Fish Season 7 before 31 March? Here's a good one...

We'll be giving out our top-valued Lucky Prize Pool prize next week which includes two spots on the @greatnorthern_aus Breakaway trip with Matt Wright himself!

Valued at over $10,000, this once in a lifetime experience is a four day, three night trip to the Tiwi Islands in the NT. The winners will enjoy heli-fishing, air boating, deep sea fishing and a scenic chopper flight by day, followed by fresh caught-and-cooked fish with a couple of cold Great Northerns by night.

How do you enter? All you have to do is register for FREE at the link in our bioBREAKING NEWS 🚨

Reports from Mitchell Street in Darwin say that pubs are packed to the rafters this afternoon after fishos found out they could reel in reward money year-round

That's right, authorities confirmed they will honour the $1 million reward any day of the year should a fisho catch one of Australia's Most Wanted Fish. The reward for capture of a $10k accomplice however, will expire after 31 March.

"There's 8 of those bad barramundi out there and we want to see them in the boat." said Detective Barry Mundine, "If you catch one of those head honchos, make sure you report it. We've got a mill waiting for ya."

What's the catch? You must be registered for Million Dollar Fish Season 7 before 31 March. Register at the link in our bio!Dial down the stress and unwind at @skippersatdundee.

With the boat ramp, shop and local beach a stroll away, it’s the perfect place to chill after a day of sun, salt, sea and fishing 🎣

Visit their website to book!BREAKING NEWS 🚨

Yet another accomplice has been reeled in, thanks to the help of Territory fisho Bobby Nunggumajabarr!

Caught at Roper Bar, this 69cm fugitive has earned Bobby a $10,000 cash reward 💰💰💰 

He'll be spending his winnings on spoiling his family and splurging on some new fishing tackle. Onya, Bobby! 

Still not registered? Maaaaate.... if you're keen to reel in some cash, you've gotta get your name on that list before 31 March. The link is in our bio!BREAKING NEWS 🚨 

The captive accomplices of Australia's Most Wanted Fish have revealed that the gang's head honchos, each carrying a reward of $1 million, may be swimming around in disguise.

After hours of interrogation with the slippery fish, authorities have created mock ups of what these disguised barra may look like.

"Those fish are terrified we'll find them, and it seems they're willing to do anything to avoid capture." said Detective Barry Mundine, "Stay sharp fishos, and leave no fish un-caught."

Australia's Most Wanted Fish are still out there. Make sure you're registered at the link in our bio before 31 March and join in the hunt!THE RUN-OFF: What's the deal?

For the fishos out there who might not be familiar, the run-off between March and April here in the Top End is said to be the best for barra fishing.

There's a couple of reasons....

1. The barra are on the move. After a good wet season, barra that are still up on the plains or in the channels need to make their way down to main river creeks before the water dries up.

2. The barra gotta eat! Knowing that all other aquatic life will also be making their way down, barra hang around creek mouths to scoop up an easy meal. Which makes them the perfect target for anglers.

Keen to see the run-off for yourself? Our local fishing operators, like @helifish pictured here, know the best spots to go! 

See you out there 🎣NEWS UPDATE 🚨

It's been another busy weekend on the water, with fishos from all corners of the nation volunteering their time to help authorities track down Australia's Most Wanted Fish.

Today, Detective Barry Mundine urged fishos not to give up. “I know you're tired, fishos." he said, "But that $1 million cash reward is still up for grabs. We must get that bad barramundi in the boat."

There's less than 2 weeks left to register for Million Dollar Fish Season 7. Head to www.milliondollarfish.com.au and join the hunt.

More to come.@maryriverwildernessretreat is located halfway between Darwin and Kakadu National Park. This family owned and operated eco-tourism property offers budget to deluxe accommodation, restaurant, bush walks, river cruises and many other great facilities and experiences.

It's also a great base to fish  and explore the Mary River, Bridge Lagoon, Hardies Lagoon, Shady Camp or the South Alligator!

Visit their website to book.Jaylene Budd thought her knife was blunt when she couldn’t slice through the barra she bagged on Sunday. But closer inspection showed the real reason for her struggle – a red tag 😮

Caught while land-based fishing near the Finnis River boat ramp, the 65cm fish has scored Jaylene a sweet $10k!

Australia's Most Wanted Fish is still out there, fishos. Head to milliondollarfish.com.au to register for Season 7 before 31 March (link in bio).Majority of Season 7's red-tagged fish have been reeled in from land, with Cullen Bay and Daly River both hot spots this year!

Who else loves a bit of land-based fishing? 🙋‍♂️BREAKING NEWS 🚨

Another accomplice has been caught!

Guy Gibson from Queensland was on a fishing charter out of Dundee, @anglerschoicedundeent, when he reeled in the 57cm fish complete with a cheeky red tag worth $10k.

It was his first time fishing the NT, and won't be his last. He'll be spending his prize money on a second trip to the Top End in hopes of finding Australia's Most Wanted Fish!

Join Guy in the hunt - register for Million Dollar Fish Season 7 at milliondollarfish.com.au (link in bio) before 31 March.BREAKING NEWS 🚨

Authorities working on Australia’s Most Wanted Fish case have reported a spike in calls from anglers claiming they have seen the barramundi in question.

Fishos from all over the nation have joined the search to track down the illusive fish, with many believing they have heard the fugitive's unmistakable boof.

Let's hope this means we're getting close to finding him.

Think you know the whereabouts of Australia's Most Wanted Fish? Make sure you're registered at www.milliondollarfish.com.au before 31 March 2022.

More to come.Keen to get your hands on some MDF Season 7 merch? The full range is on our website including shirts, fish headz and stubby coolers thanks to our mates at @bigfish_gear

And for those that have registered - check that inbox for an exclusive discount code for 40% off shirts 👀

Register first, then get that merch at milliondollarfish.com.au (link in bio)!

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