Weather conditions have been excellent in all our private fisheries throughout the weekend, weather forecast shows some significant rain as from next Friday until Sunday in the Carvoerio area, pls. check graphs below.
Lower Itapará river Fly-in Floating cabins enjoyed fair weather and water levels a bi on the low side. Anglers landed 214 peacocks with 29 above the 10lbs mark and the largest weighing 20lbs.. Las week´s group closed with a 997 fish count.
The Upper Itapará group had a better performance landing 514 peacocks, with 12 above the 10 lbs. mark, implying that the Lower Itapará had a better relationship number/size. Last week´s fish count was 745 with 169 above the 10 lbs. mark (great nbr./size ratio).
Readers of this report must consider the human factor in the equation leading to fishing results, fishery conditions and weather conditions are the commonly quoted factors of the fishing results equation but are not the only ones.
Lower Xeruini private fishery anglers here opened the week with a 336 landed peacocks score, 23 of them topped the 10lbs mark and the largest weighed 16lbs. Water levels are at average level. Last week´s fish count was 1.173 landed peacocks, the biggest weighing 19 lbs.
The upper Xeruini group also enjoyed fair weather this weekend, they started the week with an impressive 811 landed peacocks mark the largest one weighing 16 lbs.. Water levels are getting a bit on the low side. Last week´s fish count was 1.142 with the biggest weighing 18 lbs..
The Upper Jufaris anglers fishing at this private fishery landed 122 peacocks with the largest one weighing 14lbs. Excellent weather conditions and perfect water levels. Last weeks fish count was 901 with a significant trophy of 22 lbs. to show.
CPTEC Brazil´s Climate prevision agency (http://clima1.cptec.inpe.br/) accumulated rain report on the last weekend. Check rain forecast probabilities also for Barcelos and Carvoeiro.
LAST WEEK PHOTOS
South: (Tenharim Indian Reservation on the Marmelos See area in yellow in Fishery Map) Camps moved out of this region. For further information on the weather forecast please check: http://www.weather.com/weather/5-day/Manicore+BRXX0148:1:BR.
Mid-South: (Muhura Indian Reservation - see area in orange in Fishery Map) Camps moved out of this region. For further information on the weather forecast please check: http://www.weather.com/weather/today/Novo+Aripuana+BRXX0717:1:BR
Mid-North: (South bank Negro tributaries See area in purple in Fishery Map) Water levels at the headwaters of these Negro tributaries are at a good level. . For further information on the weather forecast please check: http://www.cptec.inpe.br/cidades/tempo/4581
North: (North bank Negro tributaries See area in blue in Fishery Map) Water levels at all North Negro tributaries are jungle level and a bit below, getting better by the day
North-East: (Roraima State See area in blue in Fishery Map) The Río Branco tributaries water levels (River Plate’s exclusives: Itapará, Xeurini, Jufari) are below jungle level and presenting excellent fishing conditions. The Itapará fishery is presenting water levels a bit on the lower side but rainfall forecast for next weekend makes us think that they will improve the coming week. Water levels are expected to continue presenting good fishing conditions. For further information on the weather forecast please check: