Oct 8, 2014 | Fishing the Americas...a sportfishing journal

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Early PeacockBass Fishing Reports from the Amazon

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Early PeacockBass Fishing Reports from the Amazon. This will get your PeacockBass Passion flowing!
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Peacock Bass Fishing in the Amazon: A Fishing Adventure Like No Other
For the Amazon PeacockBass fishing enthusiast the reports are starting to trickle in. This will give our AFA angling friends and PeacockBass addicts some idea of the fishing conditions and activity reported from our Brazilian outfitters. We’re simply passing it on as it is made available to us. (Note: Some reports are mid week reports so will only reflect 2.5-3 days of fishing.)
RPA Reports: September 27-29, 2014 (2 1/2 days)
Igapoacu (FIFE) # anglers 12 total Peacocks 814 9 10-16# 1 17-19# River Falling
Tupana (FIFE) # anglers 8 total Peacocks 602 17 10-16# River Falling
RPA Reports: October 4-6, 2014 (2.5 days)
Matupiri (FIFE) # anglers 12 total Peacocks 444 6 10-16# 1 17-19# River Falling
Tupana (FIFE) # anglers 8 total Peacock 390 22 10-16 River Falling
Xeurini (FIFE) # anglers 8 total Peacocks 400 River Falling
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This week our Fly-in Floating Expedition Cabins are located at the Muhura reservation in the Matupiri and the Tupana rivers and we are also breaking waters at the lower Xeruini with another 8 angler group. Weather has been fine in both fisheries with some tropical showers as usual, some more serious rain is expected towards next weekend in both areas, lighter in he Carvoeiro area. Water levels  are a bit high, mainly due to the El Niño influence in the region, this has somehow delayed the descent of the waters that are now descending as expected. Nevertheless fishing is showing good numbers, and feedback from the anglers also shows that they are enjoying good activity and the typical aggressiveness of peacocks at the beginning of the season. The largest PeacockBass trophy caught last week weighed 18 lbs and the final count for last week´s groups were a significant 2,649 peacockbass (12 anglers) and 1,551 peacockbass (8 anglers).
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David Fields

Founder / Principal at Fishing the Americas Media
40 year international angling veteran. 10 years hosting fishing fin'atics to exotic angling destinations located throughout the Americas. Blogger, freelance writer and media specialist.
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