Barra Tips Impoundment Fishing

The nation’s best barramundi. Mick Winterton and Rod Harrison explain the various tactics that will help you tick a big barra off your bucketlist. You’ll see Harro, the man who literally wrote the book on the iconic species, land a giant 1.2m specimen.
Mick Winterton

About Mick Winterton

Introduced to the sport by his grandfather at the tender age of 5, Mick Winterton has been a fishing fanatic almost all his life. At that young age his path was set for life - unless it had fins and swam in the water he simply wasn’t interested in it.

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