Sight casting to peacock bass in the Amazon jungle may be one of the most fantastic fishing experiences an angler can encounter. You will coast along the placid river viewing grand white sandbanks eagerly awaiting the inevitable explosion of marauding fish driving bait onto dry land in their unrelenting pursuit to eat. You need to place a fly in front of a wild-eyed double-digit peacock in inches of water only to feel a strike so swift and hard it can nearly wrench the rod from your hand. That is what the Amazon is all about.
The fly fishing only Agua Boa Amazon Lodge has just had two spaces open up in the week of 15-22 February 2020. This is a prime season week, and the river is fishing at its best. Once booked the lodge is full for January and February 2020. Agua Boa offers door to door charters from Manaus, Brazil, and spacious air-conditioned waterfront bungalows with plenty of room to spread out. The swimming pool beckons after a full day on the river, and nothing beats a cold cocktail and swim after a long day chasing three species of peacock bass. Brazil has waived visa requirements for US and UK citizens making the trip even more quick and easy. So, gear up and get ready for the Amazon.
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Specializes in Alaska and Canada fishing, and South America fishing and big game programs.
Specializes in South America fishing and shooting departments. Plus, fishing in Mongolia and Canada.