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Catching a Crocodile in a Secret Creek!

Fishing in untouched waters is every fisherman's dream so this week Hayden and I went for a hike through no-man's land in search for some water that doesn't recieve the usual pressure from fishing fanatics like ourselves! The secret creek we found was so pristine that as we walked the banks, crocodiles were diving off into the water as we approached! We fished the sunlight away and bagged a couple of iconic Australian species to top off the day along with a monster Jack!

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Limey Bones Jones : fuck bois
Taylor : Nothing beats a bit of trespassing on private land hey boys
BackyardAdrenaline BYA : Nice work lads. Backyard Adrenaline TSV
Rwilly Fishing adventures : Is this in mackay
Keenaz Fishing : This was an awesome video man, great variety of fish and other aquatic life

CRAZIEST ANCHORAGE EVER!!! Land locked at Crocodile Creek- Sailing Tangaroa

Crocodile Creek in the west Kimberleys Australia is one of the craziest anchorages we have ever sailed to! Up a creek past jagged rocks, sand bars, and a huge rusty ball of steel is a small deep hole underneath a waterfall. Its only accessible on high tide and when the water drains (up to 11 metres) you are land locked and tied up to the cliff face. We enjoyed sitting underneath a second waterfall on low tide and swam in the fresh pools up top! Not for the faint hearted to get up to this place, this is a real gem in the remote Australian lands!!

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Thomas D Harrell : Fantastic
Thomas D Harrell : You think that crock wanted to eat you!
Well, now, we can’t blame him for that now can we?
Dial a Dingo : I worked up at kooland island years ago, if you look it up a lady got attacked by a crocodile in one of those pools that that was high up, there wasn't supposed to be any crocs there, she survived
David Strachan : Yep. We're going there. Just tied anchor lines around rocks and let out lines as tide goes out? Thanks again.
Bud Manthey Music : Hi Guys,
Thank You for such a great vid. I'm only sorry I've discovered your channel so late... as you are moving in another direction it seems. I'll try to watch some more. I wish you every success in your next stage of adventure.
( I couldn't help thinking I bet I'll never see a certain famous Outremer 45 in that spot ! :) ) Thank You again.
Bud

Cahill's Crossing The World's Deadliest Crossing

Cahill’s Crossing is one of Australia’s most dangerous bodies of water in Australia. Each year, dozens of cars are washed into the river attempting to drive on Cahill Crossing.It’s an infamous feeding ground for saltwater crocodiles.

It’s a notorious for its croc infested waters and human misadventure. A crocodile once decapitated a man there in front of his friends.
Each year, dozens of drivers attempt to make it across the submerged crossing but instead end up being washed away into the croc infested waters. Others risk their lives by wading in the waters and fishing. Some even bring their children.

Crocodiles frequently congregate at the river crossing, to feast on swarms of fish that head upstream with changing tides. It is referred to as ‘floating fish behaviour’ and up to 40 crocodiles can be spotted together at the same time, a spectacle that attracts big crowds.

The area has become so well known, there are even viewing platforms to watch the crocodile feeding spectacle.

The crossing is popular with tourists and fishermen — despite warning signs that point out an extreme risk of saltwater crocodile attacks.

Yet some people continue to risk — and sometimes lose — their lives. Amateur fishermen, families including children and backpackers have been photographed standing in the water with crocodiles visibly nearby. World leading crocodile expert Grahame Webb says “that for every crocodile you can see, there are “10 you can’t”.

Thanks for watching

#Australia #Outback #Travel

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► Merv H Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IIJAfVGF1D4

► Jack's Wild Life Youtube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCer6S1gsg9x7VvugPI_gWYg

► Jack's Wild Life Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MGkrTkqiBgw

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Wonder World : ★★★ FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT THE VIDEO ★★★

1) The way I've heard Cahill's pronounced is like Kale's - it seemed obvious to call it "Car Hill's" but I could see it being pronounced "Kale's"

2) why not build a bridge? - Probably because of it's VERY remote location, not enough people will use it so the cost of a bridge is not worth it. I have driven all over Australia, to every major city and Uluru in middle of Australia, I love long country drives, but even I will probably never visit Cahill's Crossing. Also it has been mentioned before, that a bridge would get washed away in the wet season." which Australia is known for it's floods during the wet season.

here is a comment posted by "ilovediamonspearls"
"Cahill Crossing is located in Kakadu National Park , it is classed as permanently closed. You need a permit from the Northern Land Council (NLC) coming from the Kakadu side before entering Arnhem Land, which is Aboriginal land requiring permission to enter. Nothing to do with cost, another bridge is not wanted by the people on the land. If you need to cross, there is a office you can call to be given advice on when the best time to cross is and how to do so safely. But at the end of the day, like everywhere world wide, you cant stop idiots crossing flooded roads ect"
burningfeet 57 : Where is CROCODILE DUNDEE? He's missing all the action! Oh yeah he retired!!
Verified BonaFide : If there’s a million dollars on the other side and I had to bring a small Jeep threw the bridge I would instantly decline
Miguel Ornelas : This crossing should be called " Population Control"
Dictator Dan : Surely there must be a helicopter.

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