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.

Previous Chasing Coral Trout
Next Mangrove Jacks: The Biography

You might also like

Fish Talk

Hot Weather, Hot Fishing on the Bass to Barra Trail.

The hot weather and afternoon storm buildups, bring on some awesome opportunities for big natives. If you’re an avid lure angler, from now through to February is the best time to hit the water on the Bass to Barra trail.

Matthew Langford

About Matthew Langford

I grew up fishing the rivers of Western Qld, chasing Murry Cod, Yellowbelly, Silver perch and Eel Tail catfish. As I grew older my passion for casting lures grew and I moved to Central Qld and developed my fishing further targeting Saratoga and Barramundi. I'm now based in the South Burnett Region and have access to some of the best impoundment fishing for Australian Bass in the country. My passion for freshwater angling is as strong as anyone I know and will be happy to share locations, stories and techniques to catch all varieties of our inland native species. I really looking forward to sharing with you all.

Matthew Langford Australian Fishing

Fish Talk

Sydney’s inshore grand slam, are you up for the challenge?

Every summer the baitfish stack up in Sydney Harbour in massive numbers attracting predators of all shapes and sizes like salmon, tailor and kingfish.

Al McGlashan

About Al McGlashan

Al McGlashan is one of Australia’s best-known fishos and has built a reputation on catching some of the nation’s biggest fish. A father of two, Al spends more than 200 days a year on the water. He doesn’t take the easy route on charter boats, instead getting out there and doing it all himself on a trailer boat just like 5-million other Aussie anglers.

Fish Talk

High Speed Spinning for Mackerel

The bail arm of the high speed Daiwa Catalina spin reel is opened allowing the braid to flow freely off the spool into the deep blue depths below. A glimpse

Dan Kaggelis

About Dan Kaggelis

Born in Tully, North Queensland, Dan cut his fishing teeth in the region’s freshwater rivers chasing the tropical triumvirate of sooty grunter, jungle perch and barramundi. With fishing running thick in the Kaggelis family, Dan was fortunate to experience many extended trips to the Western Cape and Gulf of Carpentaria from a young age. This instilled a deep affection for the sport. Living so close to Great Barrier Reef, offshore fishing was also very much included in recreational activities as was free diving and spearfishing.

0 Comments

No Comments Yet!

You can be first to comment this post!

Leave a Reply

Prove you are human * Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA.