Last Saturday we received a group of fly-fishermen in our Fly-in Floating Suites that moved to the lower Igapo-Acu. They have started the week landing 518 peacock bass. Host informs us that this group is getting acquainted with the gear and adapting techniques with the guides to fish for peacock bass in this scenario. Last week 8 fishermen in the baitcasting zone of this fishery landed an impressive 2.243 peacock bass , with many in the 08-16 lbs category . Water levels in this fishery have descended 7 inches during the last weekend and the trend is expected to continue. Weather forecasts for this area show that this group will continue to enjoy good conditions until next Friday when some showers are expected.
Meanwhile at the Matupiri private fishery one angler landed an impressive +20 pounder, while the rest of the group landed 456 peacock bass in these 2 ½ days. Last week´s group landed 1.499 peacock bass in this same private fishery. with many in the 08-16 lbs category. Water levels descended 8 inches here during the last weekend, and weather forecast is the same as the Igapo- Acu (pls. see Borba chart below).
Last week our Fly-in Mobile Suites stationed in the North basin fished at the Omero lakes with a group of 8 anglers landed 1.253 peacock bass with the largest weighing a little over 20lbs. This week they have moved to the lower Itapará, and this new group of anglers have landed during the weekend 262 peacocks with two weighing 17lbs and one 19lbs. Several other species are also present: traira, tambaqui, cara-acu, jacunda, piranha, bicuda, etc. Weather forecast for Moura in the influence área, show that rain is only expected for next Saturday. Water levels in this area are excellent for fishing and going down as expected, a bit faster than usual due to the El Niño influence.
Best performing lures reported this week are, perversa, helice zara, yuzuri and jigs.
Last week photos