We got mostly sunny days during the whole week.
Temperatures between: 25 ºC and 40ºC
River Conditions: Water level kept dropping and is now really low, so some fish moved from the lagoons to the main river.
When our water level reaches its current state, the usual fishing inside the lagoons becomes outstanding on the Marié’s sandbars. Sight casting for big fish in a structure free environment is possible, and the anglers who manage to hook a big fish in that scenario get a fight they will never forget.
Number of anglers: 01 from UK, 08 from USA and 2 from Brazil
Peacock Bass caught: 616
Temensis over 10lbs: 20
Temensis over 15lbs: 19
Temensis over 20lbs: 1
Highlight of the week:
Jeff was casting at the lagoon bank when he saw a fallen tree. He cast, knowing that a big fish, if hooked, would break him off in seconds. Of course, the fish was there and acted exactly as we expected it would, heading straight for the trees. Having no other option, Jeff quickly closed the gap and jumped into the water, proceeding to carefully pass the rod under the tree and finally land his first Peacock Bass of the Marié River. Congratulations, Jeff!
See you next week!
The Marié Guides.
If you would like to learn more about our Rio Marie Lodge tour, you can visit the full tour page here. Alternatively, you can contact our fly fishing expert, Peter Collingsworth, on 01603 407596 or by email at email@example.com.