Karumba may still be recovering from a cyclone but that hasn't stopped the Barramundi Discovery Centre from firing on all cylinders.
Operators of the Barra Centre, which suffered some damage in Cyclone Imogen, say its Hatchery is absolutely bursting at the seams with barramundi fingerlings.
According to the centre that means it is now time to sort and size them, and get them river ready for the Gulf Barramundi Restocking Association volunteers.
Those volunteers will collect the barra babies and release them to restock the Norman, Albert and Nicholson Rivers in the Gulf of Carpentaria.
To support the cause for a sustainable fishing future you can always Adopt a Fingerling at their website.
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