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Piraracú Fishing Report 2-9th September 2018

Piraracú Fishing Report 2-9th September 2018

 

We have received this report in from Brazil and the fishing out there is proving to be very good with some great fish being caught.

 

WEEK: 1 DATE: September 2–9

Water Conditions Water colour: natural

Water level: high but dropping fast

Water temperature: ranged between 26–28ºC

 

Weather Conditions

Temperature: ranged between 30–34ºC

Sunny most days with some mid-week showers

 

 

Fishing Conditions

Flies that are working the best: black and red streamers (4/0 to 6/0) and small white streamers (4/0 to 6/0)

 

Total number of fish landed this week:

Arowana: 176

Arapaima: 12

Tambaqui: 3

 

 

Biggest fish landed this week (length and weight)

Arapaima: 1.94m and 200 pounds

Arowana: 84cm

Tambaqui: 85cm and 25 pounds

 

 

Highlights of the week:

 

On the first morning of fishing, John caught his first arapaima on a fly, which measured 1.74m.

 

During the week, on just one morning, Hakan and John had an amazing number of strikes, and they connected with 10 arapaima and landed three.

 

An unexplored lake was fished and despite the high water conditions, they had a lot of fun with peacock bass and other native species.

 

We had a blast with a 200-pound fish landed by Rodrigo with a 10wt Epic fiberglass rod! An incredible experience!

 

It sounds like the fishing is on fire at the minute over in Brazil

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Tight Lines

Jonny

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