March 2015

Fishing Report - Feb 21-28, 2015

Last week a group of 8 anglers in the upper Jufaris obtained fantastic results with trophies to show starting at 21 lbs., 3 weighing 20 lbs, 2 weighing 18lbs, 3 weighing 17 lbs, etc. etc. etc.

This clearly demonstrates with hard facts that our preservation policy, right at the core of our business, has been successful. As you might recall this area has been, protected and recovering during the last 3 years. Trophies landed here have leap-frogged from one season to the next, being the last season a clear example of the potential of seriously engaging in a strict preservation program.

Fishing reports throughout the season simply show that this is not an exception, it is the rule.

We strongly believe that we are in the right track and we seriously commit our best efforts to enforce best practices of our proven preservation policies in all our present and future operating fisheries. This will guarantee that we are able to continue offering the very best fishing environment and chances to our visiting anglers in the Amazon Basin.

Fly-in floating cabins camps are headed to their Winter quarters for maintenance and refurbishment. Guides will resume their training programs after a well deserved vacation. New areas are being scouted as we write and we expect to be able to enhance our private water areas menu for the coming season.

Enjoy last week´s photos!

Amazon Peacock Bass
Piranha black - Serrasalmus rhombeus
Amazon Peacock Bass
Catfish - Surubm cachara - Pseudoplatystoma reticulatum
Amazon Peacock Bass 20 lbs
Amazon Peacock Bass 20 lbs
Amazon Peacock Bass