Marlin on Fly



 

Join Rod ‘Harro’ Harrison and Mick Winterton in this first hand account of the highs and lows of fly fishing for the toughest fish in the sea, marlin. The boys demonstrate preparation and rigging then finding and hooking a billfish. The movie includes stunning underwater footage, particularly towards the end. The sort of stuff you’ll want to watch again and again.

 

 

Rod Harrison

About Rod Harrison

Rod Harrison is a sportfishing ‘lifer’. At the cutting edge of the sport since the 1970s, he remains at the top of his game and continues to spend the amount of time on the water that the rest of us only dream about. A former shearer and street cop, he has since guided fisherfolk extensively in both fresh and saltwater, his most recent venture being at Queensland’s world renowned big barra paradise,Lake Awoonga.

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1 Comment

  1. Cam Lambie
    June 23, 17:37 Reply
    Great effort guys. Bad luck about dropping the fish on fly but still a great day out. Amazing footage as well. Top stuff ! Cheers, Cam

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