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Amazon Peacock Bass Adventure | Brazil

Overview

Tour code: BRZ001  

As from 2002, the Brazilian authorities have granted River Plate exclusive entry permits to fish in various Indian reserves and government reserves, in a reciprocal arrangement for its humanitarian and financial commitments. This arrangement means that you will not have to share the fishery with any other outfitting companies. Thanks to these permits our guests don’t waste time in marginal overfished waters, due to the high fishing pressure from commercial, survival and sport-fishing as it happens with river areas which are open to the public. Although many well-established land-based lodges, including our former Jufari and Tapera Lodges, are located upriver from natural barriers, they offer no mobility to seek better water levels. Areas that are 2 to 3 hours upriver or downriver at fixed lodges rapidly become overfished. ‘River Trains’ however, move daily to unfished river segments, spending the night along Caribbean-like beaches.

The key to exceptional Peacock Bass fishing is our floating cabins, which allow you and your guides to navigate through low water, unlike the traditional live-aboard and commercial fishing boats because these must stop where the low water prevents passage. It’s no surprise that beyond these barriers is where the best fishing starts!

Location

Our unique mobility allows us to fish in areas above natural barriers: shallow waters, sandbars and rapids, which prevent the passage of sportfishing yachts and commercial fishing boats. Travel times to fish each day are of an average of 10-20 minutes. On the other hand, other operators have approximately 1-2 hours of travel time, or even more, from the fixed lodges or large hotel boats. We do not overfish; we move on to freshwater every few days. Our guests catch double or triple the number of fish than guests with other operators.

Our small groups, twelve anglers maximum, enjoy personal service and access to pristine waters that seldom see a lure. Other operators can take as many as 30 guests per week!

Here are some of the prime areas we fish during the year, and you will notice we fish different zones to eliminate overfishing.

Marmelos (Jun – Aug)

Matupiri and upper Igapo Açu (Sep – Oct)

Jufaris (Nov – Feb)

Xeruini (Nov – Feb)

Omero (Nov – Dec)

Itapará (Nov – Feb)

Roçado (Oct– Nov)

Fishing

Here you have access to un-fished waters above natural barriers such as waterfalls and shallow river mouths. The fishing boats are special shallow-draft tunnel types that can freely traverse almost any level of water, including virtually landlocked lagoons. Angler’s fish two per boat, with talented Brazilian guides, experienced in bait-casting, spinning and fly fishing. Fly fishing for Peacock Bass in Brazil is done by casting flies to structure and showing fish, these fish hit hard and will readily engulf any fly that is passed in front of their noses all from fully equipped, 21ft shallow drafting bass boats.

Like Largemouth Bass, Peacock Bass often prefer a structure of some sort. Rocks, fallen logs, points and sand bars are hiding places for baitfish, so this is where the Peacock Bass will usually be lurking. Of course, you should always heed the guide’s recommendations on where to cast. Peacock Bass typically roam about in small schools searching for baitfish, often bursting into a feeding frenzy. When you encounter a feeding frenzy, you aim to present your fly or lure in front of the feeding fish as soon as possible. The sooner you cast to the fish after they’ve you’ve spotted them, the better your chance of a hook-up. Peacock Bass are greedy and highly competitive schooling fish. Always cast a lure or fly right next to any hooked fish. Another Peacock Bass will almost always be close by, attracted by the commotion. If no strikes result with the first two casts, then fish the surrounding area thoroughly. You can watch our videos about Peacock Bass fishing Brazil over on our YouTube channel

Boats

With over 20 years of experience under our belt, we have overcome the most significant barriers to reach remote unfished areas, which are the Amazon’s shallow sand bars. We have gone from using the attractive, but ineffective U.S. 120hp  high-speed bass boat, to our newly designed, built and field-tested, all-welded aluminium shallow-draft tunnel boats. These boats are 20 feet long with a 40hp outboard and all the standard bass boat features (trolling motor, high swivel seats, etc.), yet they are still sufficiently light to navigate the shallow sandbars.

Guides

River Plates’ guides are undoubtedly the best in the business. Most Amazon outfitters employ poorly-trained, unenthusiastic “boat drivers”. River Plate’s carefully-trained guides are hard-core sport fishermen who are intimately familiar with the complexities of Amazon angling. Many have guided for River Plate for over 15 years. With thousands of fish boat trips for clients, they’ll put you onto big numbers of big fish like no-one else in the Amazon.

Contact Us

If you have any questions on any of the Peacock Bass fishing Brazil trips we offer then contact us in the office, our team will be happy to help you with any queries you have. Additionally, you can request a free brochure.

 

 

 

 

Accommodation
Fly Out Floating Cabins

No compromise in comfort. “River Train” guests, at any point, can leave the River and retreat into the luxurious comfort of their elegant and roomy cabin. Cabins have private full bathrooms; and are fully carpeted, tastefully decorated, and every detail has been carefully considered.

River Train

In our 12’ x 23’ dining/sitting lounge you will dine on linen table cloths, enjoying our chef’s four-course meals. An excellent variety of both – continental and exciting regional dishes, make up the week’s menu. Fresh bread and pastries are baked daily and chilled wines, ice-cold beer, soft drinks, and Brazilian-style margaritas flow freely throughout your fishing trip.

Each of our six Floating Cabin operations is managed by our Brazilian “co-owner, who is not only a knowledgeable fisherman but is also experienced in handling logistics inherent to the Amazon fishing operations. Since our groups are small, the manager, together with a bilingual host and a staff of 14, offers unique, personalized hands-on attention. Breakfast room service, laundry service and guest satellite phone are a few of the available amenities.

What you won’t find are many pesky bugs. The pristine rivers we fish have naturally-high tannin levels (from extensive leaf decay), which discourage the development of biting insects. Of the few bugs which might exist, our daily mobility eliminates any possibilities of concentrations.

Each cabin comprises of the following:

Comfortable twin size beds
Fully ventilated walls
Interior curtains and decorative drop ceiling
Standard pressurized water
Heavy-duty vinyl outside roof walls and outside shades
3 inches of ceiling insulation
Steel frame structure
Air conditioning (low noise)
Eco-friendly septic tank
All fully-welded aluminium carpeted floor

Food & Drink

An excellent variety of both continental and exciting regional dishes make up the week’s menu. Fresh bread and pastries are baked daily and chilled wines, ice-cold beer, soft drinks, and Brazilian-style margaritas flow freely throughout your fishing trip.

The ingredients for all the meals are provided to each of the camps for the normal/standard consumption of the scheduled visiting guests. Please note that the logistics involved in supplying our Fly-In Floating Cabins in remote places in the jungle require careful planning and attention to weight restrictions. Our major concern is not to overweigh the floating cabin train and this affects its draft. We also need to take into consideration that our cabins trains are often situated 200 to 500 nautical miles from major supply towns. Moreover, fresh food has to be flown in on charter planes and non-perishable food has strict weight limits. Special needs and requests should be mentioned at the time of booking your holiday.

Board: Full board
Rooms: Twin
Telephone: Satellite (Chargeable)
Power: 110 volt
Air Conditioning: In cabins
Meals: Dining cabin
Alcohol: All included
Cash Accepted: Brazilian real
Species Information
Peacock Bass
Season: All Year
Peak: September to April
Weight: 1lb to 27lb
Average Weight: 7lb

Itinerary

The below itinerary is only a suggested one as there are flights departing the UK every day to Sao Paulo. Should you wish to extend or shorten your stay with more or less time in Sao Paulo or Manaus, the itinerary below can be tailored to suit.

DAY 1: (Thursday)

Depart UK (alternative routes available)

DAY 2: (Friday)

Arrive Sao Paulo

Depart Sao Paulo
Arrive Manaus.

Once you have arrived and collected your luggage, you will be greeted by a River Plate representative who will then transfer you the short drive to your overnight hotel.

After check-in, you are then free to relax around the hotel or take a stroll around the local shops.

Overnight accommodation: The Juma Opera Hotel (Twin Rooms) B/B

DAY 3: (Saturday) Fishing Day.

At a pre-arranged time a representative from River Plate Anglers will transfer you to the small internal airport for your charter flight to the river. Once you have arrived you will be taken by express boat to meet up with your Floating Lodge.

Time permitting, after you have checked in and unpacked, you may well have time to have an afternoon fishing session

Overnight accommodation: Luxury Floating Lodge (Twin Rooms) F/B

DAYS 4 & 5: (Sunday & Monday) Fishing Days.

Each day breakfast is served at 7:00 AM and your guide will be ready to leave by 7:30 AM.

As you will be as close as 5-15 minutes away to the fishing, we suggest you return to camp for lunch and a “siesta” before returning back to the water late in the afternoon until dusk.

Overnight accommodation: Luxury Floating Lodge (Twin Rooms) F/B

DAYS 6 & 7: (Tuesday & Wednesday) Fishing Days.

When out fishing, remember, that Peacock Bass usually roam about in small schools searching for baitfish, often bursting into a feeding frenzy.

When this situation is encountered, get your fly or lure in front of the feeding fish as soon as possible.

The sooner you cast to them after they’ve been spotted, the better your chance of a hookup.

Overnight accommodation: Luxury Floating Lodge (Twin Rooms) F/B

DAYS 8 & 9: (Thursday & Friday) Fishing Days.

A fishing tip: Peacock Bass are greedy and highly competitive schooling fish.

Always cast a lure or fly right next to any hooked fish.

Another Peacock Bass will almost always be close by as they will be attracted by the commotion.

Overnight accommodation: Luxury Floating Lodge (Twin Rooms) F/B

DAY 10: (Saturday) Fishing Day.

If time allows and you still have the energy, grab a few fishing hours in the morning, before departing back to Manaus.

Depart Manaus

Arrive Sao Paulo
Depart Sao Paulo.

DAY 11: (Sunday)

Arrive UK

Prices

Remember that Sportquest Holidays' services are completely FREE! When you book a trip with Sportquest Holidays, you never pay more than when you book directly with the lodge and flights independently.

Start Date End Date Days Nights Fishing Angler Non-Angler Availability Notes
01/10/2020 31/10/2020 11 10 6.5 £6,883 On Request Enquire Now N/A
01/11/2020 30/11/2020 11 10 6.5 £6,883 On Request Enquire Now N/A
01/12/2020 31/12/2020 11 10 6.5 £6,883 On Request Enquire Now N/A
01/01/2021 31/01/2021 11 10 6.5 £6,963 On Request Enquire Now N/A
01/02/2021 28/02/2021 11 10 6.5 £6,963 On Request Enquire Now N/A
01/08/2021 31/08/2021 11 10 6.5 £6,963 On Request Enquire Now N/A
01/09/2021 30/09/2021 11 10 6.5 £6,963 On Request Enquire Now N/A
01/10/2021 31/10/2021 11 10 6.5 £6,963 On Request Enquire Now N/A
01/11/2021 30/11/2021 11 10 6.5 £6,963 On Request Enquire Now N/A
01/12/2021 31/12/2021 11 10 6.5 £6,963 On Request Enquire Now N/A
01/01/2022 31/01/2022 11 10 6.5 £6,963 On Request Enquire Now N/A
01/02/2022 28/02/2022 11 10 6.5 £6,963 On Request Enquire Now N/A
01/03/2022 31/03/2022 11 10 6.5 £6,963 On Request Enquire Now N/A

Price Notes

Prices are based on two adults sharing transfers, fishing and accommodation (unless otherwise stated) and are correct at the time of going to press. Subject to time of year or date and currency fluctuations, these prices may fluctuate slightly due to flight price increases or fuel surcharge.

ATOL
Holidays or flights booked with Sportquest Holidays Limited are protected by the Civil Aviation Authority by our ATOL bond (Number 6371). ATOL protects you from losing your money or being stranded abroad. It does this by carrying out financial checks on the firms it licenses and requiring a guarantee, called a bond.

What's Included

  • All international flights
  • All internal flights
  • Manaus overnight hotel
  • Airport Transfers
  • Charter Flight
  • All accommodation as per itinerary
  • 6.5 days fishing
  • All meals at Lodge
  • Soft drinks
  • Alcohol
  • Laundry
  • Spin tackle

What's Excluded

  • Personal holiday insurance
  • Fly fishing tackle
  • Tips for guides and all camp staff
  • Food and beverages in Manaus

Options

  • Flight upgrades

  • Additional nights Sao Paulo

  • Additional nights in Manaus staying at Caesar Business Manaus Hotel

Price Supplements

  • N/A

Price Match Promise

We are so confident that our packaged prices are the best available and offer great value for money.

If, however, you find an identical holiday available with any other fully bonded Tour Operator at a lower price, we will match that price.

Financial Security

Holidays or flights booked with Sportquest Holidays Limited are protected by the Civil Aviation Authority by our ATOL bond (Number 6371). ATOL protects you from losing your money or being stranded abroad. It does this by carrying out financial checks on the firms it licenses and requiring a guarantee, called a bond.

Tour Notes

Visa

No visa for UK citizens required.

Medical Requirements

Hepatitis A, Typhoid Hepatitis B and Tetanus-diphtheria

Please Note

All details of visa and medical requirements are correct at time of press however please check these requirements for changes.

Departure tax

There is no departure tax from Brazil

Flight Route & Flight Time

UK – Sao Paulo (12hrs), Sao Paulo – Manaus (4hrs)

Baggage Allowance

Your actual allowance is based on both which airline you are flying with and also what class of seat you are travelling in. Normally in the economy it is 1 checked bag, Premium Economy / Business 2 checked bags, First 3 checked bags. In addition to your checked bags, you are also allowed 1 cabin bag and either 1-laptop bag or ladies handbag. The actual size and weight limit for bags are dependent on the airline. We, therefore, recommend that once your flights are booked you check on the airline’s website for the up to date allowances.

There is a strictly-enforced 45-pound weight restriction for the 8 passenger Turbo-prop Caravan float-plane flights divided as follows:

One 12 lbs. piece as “Carry-on”
One 33 lbs. piece as “Check-in” packed in soft duffle bags with no rigid bottom (except for cases)

(If only one soft duffle bag is used, it must enter a doorway not bigger than length: 23in; Width: 22in; Height: 11in.)

Transfer Time

Manaus – Hotel Tropical 15 mins

Manaus – Remote fly out lodges, by seaplane and boat, takes around 2 or 3 hours depending on the time of year as the fly-out lodges are always moving.

Questions & Answers

WHERE IS THE HOTEL?

Each of our six Floating Cabin operations is managed by our Brazilian “co-owner, who is not only a knowledgeable fisherman, but is also experienced in handling logistics inherent to the Amazon fishing operations. Since our groups are small, the manager, together with a bilingual host and a staff of 14, offer unique, personalized hands-on attention. Breakfast room service, laundry service and guest satellite phone are a few of the available amenities.

WHERE WILL I FISH?

You will be fishing in the Amazon Basin in Brazil where you will be in the jungle where you will be staying on the river in some truly spectacular floating cabins.

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO REACH THE FISHING GROUNDS?

The fishing grounds are only a short boat ride from the lodge.

WHAT FISH WILL I CATCH?

You will be fishing for the amazing Peacock Bass that inhabit this stretch of the Amazon Basin.

HOW MANY FISH WILL I CATCH?

You can expect several bites per day from these fish, how many you land however is up to you and quite often a mixture of angling skill and lady luck, but we have had days with over a dozen fish landed per boat in a single day.

HOW WILL I FISH?

The fishing here is done by casting fly’s or lures to structure and showing fish, these fish hit hard and will readily engulf any fly that is passed in front of their noses

DO THE GUIDES SPEAK ENGLISH?

You will have a guide with you at all time. They speak enough “fishing English” to communicate effectively and of course, are intimately familiar with the fishing areas and how to find a concentration of Peacock Bass.

WHO IS BEST SUITED TO THIS DESTINATION?

This destination is best suited to those with at least a basic knowledge of  Fly fishing.

WHAT SKILL LEVEL IS REQUIRED?

This is out and out Fly fishing so a basic knowledge of fly fishing is a necessity.

HOW PHYSICALLY DEMANDING IS THIS TRIP?

This trip is fairly physically demanding.

WHEN IS THE BEST TIME TO GO?

The best time to go is between September and April.

HOW WILL I GET THERE?

You will fly overnight from the UK where you will land in Sao Paulo, you will then fly to Manaus where you will be met by a Sportquest representative and will then be transferred to your camp.

WHAT IS THE ACCOMMODATION LIKE?

The Cabins are fully carpeted, tastefully decorated and every detail has been carefully considered. In our 12’ x 23’ dinning/sitting lounge you will dine on linen table cloths, enjoying our chef’s four course meals. An excellent variety of both – continental and exciting regional dishes, make up the week’s menu. Fresh breads and pastries are baked daily and chilled wines, ice-cold beer, soft drinks, and Brazilian-style margaritas flow freely throughout your fishing trip.

WHAT IS THE FOOD LIKE?

n our 12’ x 23’ dinning/sitting lounge you will dine on linen table cloths, enjoying our chef’s four course meals. An excellent variety of both – continental and exciting regional dishes, make up the week’s menu. Fresh breads and pastries are baked daily and chilled wines, ice-cold beer, soft drinks, and Brazilian-style margaritas flow freely throughout your fishing trip.

IS FISHING TACKLE PROVIDED?

Fly fishing tackle is not provided but if you wish to try spin fishing this tackle is available at the camp.

IS INTERNET AND PHONE SIGNAL AVAILABLE?

You will be fishing in the middle of the Amazon rainforest so internet is very limited and a satellite phone is available.

ARE THERE OTHER ACTIVITIES AVAILABLE?

You will be deep in the Amazon rainforest where there is not a lot else to do.

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

We offer the complete package including all flights and transfers. To view all available weeks and prices click the Dates and Prices tab above.

 

Alternatively, if you wish to arrange your own we can book just the lodge and fishing for you. If you wish to book or have any questions please call our offices on 01603 407596.

Blogs

Reviews

James

Overall, a great trip. I think our guide (the senior one)made a huge difference.

We caught an average of 140 fish between us per dyad always a couple over ten pounds. we took our own tackle and I would stress this more in your information.We flew to Sao Paulo; Manuas but you can also go via Miami.

Add six inch Stick Baits to the recommendations as these caught the most fish. I especially liked the texts before departure and arrival time

Reply from Sportquest Holidays

James

Thanks for such a great customer review and for taking the time to talk to me on the telephone. it was a pleasure in dealing with both you and your son.

I am already looking forward in receive copies of all the pictures.

Again thanks for your custom and I look forward in dealing with you again soon.

Mike

The outing was just great.

I could send several pages on what we liked. Our entire group had a great time. The fish were really hitting the lures. Nothing compares to a strike/hit like a peacock bass. We caught and released over 400. I do not remember using jigs in the past I wish I had taken a few more. Amos picked us up and took us back. Timely courteous and very helpful.

Great crew at the camp. Alejandro and his team did a great job. They went the extra mile helping land the fish and salvaging our lures from roots and tree tops.

By the end of the trip we were sharing family pictures and activities the families are involved in. We also learned how to make bows arrows and how to use them. I think all of us gained weight the food was great.
Great camp crew.
Everyone hopes to do this again some day.

Reply from Sportquest Holidays

Glad you all had such an amazing trip, thank you so much for the review.

Charlie

I just returned today from fishing in Brazil.

Not sure that I even have the words to explain the incredible experience that we had this week.
Everything was fantastic from the fishing to the food.
The outfit as a whole went above and beyond was more than I ever expected.
Adam did a fantastic job running the camp and made us all feel very comfortable.
I will definately be back soon.
Thanks for a great journey

Reply from Sportquest Holidays

Thanks for the review and it would be great to have you all back oneway soon.

Alan

It was a pleasure to share the River Plate camp with a group of great guys. the stories were absolutely as tall as they could get, the camp itself was great, cabins extremely clean, the service was tops, food was probably the best I have seen at any camp.

Reply from Sportquest Holidays

Thank you so much for your review and kind words, we will make sure they are passed on to all the staff.

Willard

My peacock bass trip to the Matupuri in November was fabulous. We were the group that caught 1953 Peacocks for the week. I had a 1 day total, fishing alone of 143. On the final day I managed a 20lb, 19lb., 16lb and (2) 15lb
fish. a total of 88 Peacocks for the day.

With fishing results like I had it is easy to rate the experience as Excellent. However special recognition is due Daniel our camp host. His attention to the details of making our trip a success was truly incredible. I feel he is a real asset to River Plate. What a true gentleman.

The fishing report tells the tale of my guide Tunino? He grew up on the river and knows where the big Peacocks live. Although he spoke no English and I spoke no Portugese neither of us were at a loss for words as we admired all the fish. He was one of the best guides I have ever had and would request him every time.

Thanks for making this a most memorable trip, I hope to do it again soon.

Reply from Sportquest Holidays

What a great detailed feedback, thanks a million. Plus congratulations on such an amazing trip.

John

The best Permit fishing we have ever seen, with so many shots we just had to catch one or two.

Reply from Sportquest Holidays

John, wow you boys did clean up, what a trip. Now I wish I had been on that one with you. That is going to take some beating... Jealous Peter

Keith

This week’s fishing experience and success was incredible in many respects.

We landed an impressive number of Peacock Bass, some of which were mammoth proportions. In addition to the 'count', our group was also pleased with the variety of tactics we could employ throughout the week. From topwater to subsurface, and from sparse to jumbo flies, our fishing was successful with a variety of methods and flies.... ... The lower water levels created a much different fishing scenario than last year’s trip. Last year, with the high water levels we focused our blind-casting toward the bank structure and submerged jungle tree line where the Peacocks would be patrolling for a meal. This year was a much different scene – the river level below the jungle tree line, exposed sand bars, shallow flats and lagoons (or 'lakes' as the guides like to call them), and narrow river braids and channels. We would fish a variety of areas in a section of river or lake – bank structure if water was deep enough, drop-offs at exposed points, sand flats, and, most surprisingly, dead-center in the middle of a lake or lagoon. All of these qualities added up to a fishing experience that was much more diverse, intimate, and visual. Most apparent was the ability to see the Peacock Bass in some areas. The low water conditions concentrated the fish on some shallow flats or sand bars. ... Seeing Peacock Bass cruising the shallows puts an angler in the 'hunt mentality'. It was awesome to see a number of fish in the shallows and get to choose which fish you wanted to pursue… of course, it just so happened that we always seemed to choose the biggest Peacock when we had the choice! ...

On this trip, our group was fortunate to post remarkable numbers of fish for the week – almost 1850 Peacock Bass were landed." ...

Reply from Sportquest Holidays

Keith tank you for taking the time to provide such great feedback. Look forward in having you back again with us next year.

Regards Mel

John

We flew by floatplane from Manaus to just inside the mouth of the Xeriuni where it joins Rio Branco (roughly 1 degree south of the equator). The water was high but we found pretty good numbers of smaller fish and had some 100+ fish days which are always fun. Although I occasionally loose a few fish with this little lure I absolutely love to throw a Heddon baby torpedo in bull frog colours and work it like a crazed critter scrambling for its life. With a 6’ med homemade rod and a stradic 1000 CI4 carbon fibre reel I landed 100’s or peacock up to 14 pounds on that little rig and lost only one baby torpedo (30# powerpro).... of course I also threw a variety of riprollers and pavon props along with the standard yozuris and rapalas and my own hand tied jigs but the baby torpedo is simply a blast with the bigger fish (gigantic explosions)

As we moved upriver we found lower water and started finding some larger fish and still found good numbers as well. The Xeriuni is an absolutely gorgeous river with lots of beautiful sandbars and loads of lost lagoons. I just love hacking thru jungle covered creeks to find a huge lagoon that has not yet been fished.....you just know there are going to be some monsters in there..

We had 4 extra anglers with us in this camp for a total of 12. The staff did a great job of handling the extra workload and other than a few trolling motor issues I’d have to say that everything we really well. The food was perfect and tasty as always.

My fishing partner Jeff and I boated quite a few teeners on a wide variety of lures. I lost 2 nice fish on some of my own hand tied jigs so even though I was bummed to loose them I was pleased to know that the new jig colours that I tried were well accepted.

All in all I wish the trip could have lasted a week or 2 longer but there is always next season.

Reply from Sportquest Holidays

John, wow thanks for the detailed feedback I will make sure this is shared with future customers i am sure they will all find it a great help.

Mike

All went very well - flights on time etc. We could imagine things going wrong - weather/river conditions etc, but that would hardly be your fault ! The fishing was amazing we had so many fish and ALL on the fly so we defiantly would love to go back.

Reply from Sportquest Holidays

Mike thanks for your feedback and taking the time to talk to me on the phone, so so happy that you all enjoyed the trip and thanks for all the pictures those Peacock Bass are sure amazing. Regards Peter

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