Month: July 2019

Mid-Week Fishing Report: July 27 – 29, 2019 (2 ½ days)

RECORD TALLY AT THE MARMELOS:

2.441 LANDED PEACOCK BASS

 

Week end´s tally (2 ½ days):

Note: this 2 1/2 days report is to rush last weekend’s conditions to our incoming anglers.
Marmelos fishery in Dry-Zone S. East -:   Last week the savvy de Botton group of 8 anglers landed a record tally of 2.441 landed peacock bass enjoying perfect fishing conditions. This weekend the Spann Jr. group had a great start with 517 landed peacock bass, the largest of which weighed 18lbs.. Weather forecast and current almost perfect water levels make us think that fishing conditions will be excellent in the coming days.  

Today´s Average Water Levels:

in Dry-Zone S. East

Marmelos river

Guess work

Water levels continue dropping in our fisheries in the Dry-Zone S.East. The Marmelos river has reached the perfect level for peacock bass fishing. Although dropping tendency is expected to continue in the coming days with a positive weather forecast, fishing conditions should remain optimum.  
Blue dots represent water level monitoring stations where levels are rising and yellow dots where levels are dropping. Our area of interest is near Humaitá.
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Above the rainfall forecast for Manicoré in the area of influence of the Marmelos river confirming that the dropping tendency continues in the coming days.

Find below the quarterly rainfall for Aug, Sep, Oct, showing that we should expect rainfall a bit below the historic norm, in our area of interest.. A moderate El Niño impact is expected on this regard.

Water level measurements at the Humaitá station continue to be within the historical parameters (see below) Note: red line are 2019 water levels, the light blue strip is the 15 to 85% probability, the dotted line is the median and the yellow line is the historic minimum.  


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Mid-Week Fishing Report: July 20 – 22, 2019 (2 ½ days)

THE SUN SHINES BRIGHTLY IN OUR MARMELOS PRIVATE FISHERY!

 

Week end´s tally (2 ½ days):

Note: this 2 1/2 days report is to rush last weekend’s conditions to our incoming anglers.
Marmelos fishery in Dry-Zone S. East -:   Last weekend we received the de Botton group of 8 anglers which had a great start with 863 landed peacock bass in just 2 1/2 days. Last week, the Long group lifted the mean to 162 peacock bass per angler in the week, largest of which weighed 18lbs.. No significant rain episodes in the forecast and dropping water levels are getting near the ideal level in the coming days.
 

Today´s Average Water Levels:

in Dry-Zone S. East

Marmelos river

Guess work

Water levels continue dropping in our fisheries in the Dry-Zone S.East. The Marmelos river is less than 1 ft up in the mid section, but it has drained almost to the perfect level in the headwaters and dropped in the upper lagoons almost to perfection. Tendency is expected to continue in the coming days with a positive weather forecast.  
Blue dots represent water level monitoring stations where levels are rising and yellow dots where levels are dropping. Our area of interest is near Humaitá.
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Above the rainfall forecast for Manicoré in the area of influence of the Marmelos river confirming that the dropping tendency continues in the coming days.

Find below the quarterly rainfall for Jul, Aug, Sep. showing that we should not expect any abnormal rainfall, in our area of interest.. A mild El Niño impact is expected on this regard.  

Water level measurements at the Humaitá station are within the historical parameters (see below) Note: red line are 2019 water levels, the light blue strip is the 15 to 85% probability, the dotted line is the median and the yellow line is the historic minimum.


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Mid-Week Fishing Report: July 13 – 15, 2019 (2 ½ days)

TOP WATER ACTION AT THE MARMELOS

 

Week end´s tally (2 ½ days):

Note: this 2 1/2 days report is to rush last weekend’s conditions to our incoming anglers.
Marmelos fishery in Dry-Zone S. East -:   Last weekend we received the Long group of 6 anglers which broke the 17 lbs. mark for this season at the Marmelos river. Last week, the Lesikar group left with a mean of 143 peacock bass per angler int he week. No significant rain episodes in the forecast and dropping water levels indicate that fishing conditions will keep improving by the day.
   


Today´s Average Water Levels:

in Dry-Zone N. East

Marmelos river

Guess work

Water levels continue dropping in our fisheries in the Dry-Zone S.East. The Marmelos river is above 1 ft in the mid section, but it has drained almost to the perfect level in the headwaters and greatly improved in the upper lagoons. Tendency is expected to continue in the coming days with a positive weather forecast.  
Blue dots represent water level monitoring stations where levels are rising and yellow dots where levels are dropping. Our area of interest is near Humaitá.
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Above the rainfall forecast for Manicoré in the area of influence of the Marmelos river confirming that the dropping tendency continues in the coming days.

Find below the quarterly rainfall for Jul, Aug, Sep. showing that we should not expect any abnormal rainfall, in our area of interest.. A mild El Niño impact is expected on this regard.  

Water level measurements at the Humaitá station are within the historical parameters (see below) Note: red line are 2019 water levels, the light blue strip is the 15 to 85% probability, the dotted line is the median and the yellow line is the historic minimum.


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Mid-Week Fishing Report: July 06 – 08, 2019 (2 ½ days)

GREAT WEEKEND AT THE MARMELOS

 

Week end´s tally (2 ½ days):

Note: this 2 1/2 days report is to rush last weekend’s conditions to our incoming anglers.
Marmelos fishery in Dry-Zone S. East -:    The Lesikar group of 6 anglers arriving last weekend enjoyed perfect weather without any rain episodes and good fishing conditions, their tally was 465 peacock bass the largest of which weighed 16lbs.. Weather forecast looks good for the coming days, water levels on this fishery keep dropping.  

Today´s Average Water Levels:

in Dry-Zone N. East

Marmelos river

Guess work

Water levels are slowly dropping in our fisheries in the Dry-Zone S.East. The Marmelos river is above 1 ft in the Upper lagoons and the mid section, but it has drained almost to the perfect level in the headwaters. Tendency is expected to continue in the coming days with a positive weather forecast.  
Blue dots represent water level monitoring stations where levels are rising and yellow dots where levels are dropping. Our area of interest is near Humaitá.
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Above the rainfall forecast for Manicoré in the area of influence of the Marmelos river confirming that the dropping tendency continues in the coming days.

Find below the quarterly rainfall for Jul, Aug, Sep. showing that we should not expect any abnormal rainfall, in our area of interest.. A mild El Niño impact is expected on this regard.  

Water level measurements at the Humaitá station are within the historical parameters (see below)
Note: red line are 2019 water levels, the light blue strip is the 15 to 85% probability, the dotted line is the median and the yellow line is the historic minimum.


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Mid-Week Fishing Report: Jun. 29 – Jul. 01, 2019 (2 ½ days)

SEASON STARTS BREAKING WATER AT THE MARMELOS RIVER PRIVATE FISHERY

 

Week end´s tally (2 ½ days):

Note: this 2 1/2 days report is to rush last weekend’s conditions to our incoming anglers.
Marmelos fishery in Dry-Zone S. East -:    The Fischer group of 8 anglers arrived last Saturday and although the water levels are a bit high they had a good start with the largest one weighing 15lbs. Weather forecast looks good for the coming days, water levels on this fishery keep dropping.  

Today´s Average Water Levels:

in Dry-Zone N. East

Marmelos river

Guess work

Water levels are slowly dropping in our fisheries in the Dry-Zone S.East. The Marmelos river is above 1 ft in the Upper lagoons, but has drained almost to the perfect level in the headwaters. Tendency is expected to continue in the coming days with a positive weather forecast.    

 
Blue dots represent water level monitoring stations where levels are rising and yellow dots where levels are dropping. Our area of interest is near Humaitá.
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  Above the rainfall forecast for Manicoré in the area of influence of the Marmelos river confirming that the dropping tendency continues in the coming days.

Find below the quarterly rainfall for Jul, Aug, Sep. showing that we should not expect any abnormal rainfall, in our area of interest.. A mild El Niño impact is expected on this regard.  

Water level measurements at the Humaitá station are within the historical parameters (see below)
Note: red line are 2019 water levels, the light blue strip is the 15 to 85% probability, the dotted line is the median and the yellow line is the historic minimum.

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