Last report of the season from our Peacock Bass Brazil:
We would just like to thank all our customers new and old who visited this excellently run fishery in Brazil this last season. The guides and staff are doing everything they can to keep this fantastic fishery open and with all your help you have been giving them, it looks like it will be an even better season next year.
So if you haven’t yet been there and have always wanted to, then let me tell you that next year, there are going to be some serious fish caught. We have been lucky enough to secure some excellent peak weeks for the season starting at the end of 2014 in to 2015 and if you would like to try some of this fantastic fishing for your self, then please get in touch with us on 01603 407596 or simply click HERE and one of us will call you back
So until the reports start up again next season, I will hand you over to the very last report
Over the last week our clients have endured some heavy rain episodes, forecast at the Carvoeiro area and the Barcelos area indicate that it will get somewhat better and next weekend it will pour again.
Water levels in the lower Xeruini and Jufaris have gone up and are beyond jungle level, not so in the headwaters where they are still low, though the rain forecast makes us think that this will be changing shortly.
Last week we sent a group of 20 anglers from Russia who lived a completely new experience, not only from the environmental standpoint but also on the fishing techniques, nevertheless they were able to catch an impressive 21lbs. trophy. Our guides were up to the challenge and successfully communicated with these anglers in the international fishing language.
This is our last partial fishing report for this season. Looking back we see that our private fisheries have produced a great season and our clients have enjoyed landing notable trophies, confirming that the preservation implied in the private fishery concept really works. Worth mentioning in this final report is the socio-economic benefits that the sport fishing activity brings to the river communities and the implied sustainability of this fantastic natural eco-system. In conjunction with the owners of this great fishery we are committed to expanding our operative model to protect other areas from the growing aggressive depredation of the Amazon basin, benefitting local communities, and allowing us to offer new challenging territories to our seasoned anglers for next season.