Sécure Lodge is the newest dorado program hosting six fly fishing guests per week. Located within the rugged Indigenous Territory of Bolivia, you will fish the Sécure River and its tributaries offering varied types of waters during your stay. Their well-planned rotation has you on new water every day so you not only experience this virgin mountainous rainforest, but also fish a range of waters that are home to amazing species including dorado, pirapitinga, catfish, and yatorana.
You will fish for six full days on distinct sections of the Sécure River and its tributaries. Sécure Lodge is situated in the Sécure River headwaters, and you will also fish two smaller tributaries. They offer a remote out-camp where you may choose to overnight camp during your stay.
The Sécure Lodge experience is based from one comfortable jungle lodge. They offer safari-style double occupancy tent cabins on elevated wooden platforms. Each tent offers spring beds, private bathroom with flush toilet, hot water, and electric light.
As a general rule, 7 to 9 weight rods rigged with tropical grade floating / sinking lines. Wet wading is the standard. A complete list of gear will be sent upon trip confirmation. Frontiers can provide expert advice on finding the right gear for your trip.
Secure Lodge is best accessed from Miami, Florida, via American Airlines. Guests will fly into Santa Cruz, Bolivia. Included are two overnights at a 4 star Hotel and guided fishing during your chosen length of stay. A tourist visa is required for U.S. citizens that is valid for ten years and can be secured for USD $160 at the airport in Santa Cruz upon arrival. The lodge generator and battery system offer 110/220 power. It is necessary to bring a converter for your electrical devices. 99% of the fishing is done by wet wading or fishing from the banks of the rivers. Temps: 65º F to 95º
Season: June – October (Short program: July 20) 7 nights / 6 days fishing: $5,800 pp. Inclusions: All meals and double accommodations, roundtrip charter flights, two hotel nights and guided fishing. Exclusions: Commercial air, Indian land use fees and Bolivia Visa.
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Our eleventh season at Tsimane was one of the best we’ve had, from amazing fishing to the beautiful wildlife to the overall Tsimane experience. We should note that this was one of the driest seasons we’ve ever had, and unfortunately, the dryness increased fires in other regions of the Amazon forest. Although this was far away from Tsimane, we are still heartbroken over the destruction they caused.
Carter Andrews in Tsimane, Bolivia