Fishing Reports

Mid-Week Fishing Report: Jan 18 – 20, 2020 (2 ½ days)

FISHING NOW RIO BRANCO TRIBUTARIES

 

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.
Xeruini in Dry-Zone N. East -: Last week the Coszby Jr.  group of 7 anglers finished the week with over 700 landed peacock bass, though no trophies were reported. Water levels continue to be a bit high but very fishable and dropping. Weather forecast shows no significant rain episodes in the coming days. Fishing conditions continue to improve daily (pls. see below). The Powers group arriving last Saturday had a nice start landing over 150 peacock bass, though no trophies have been reported yet. Maú/Omero in Dry-Zone N. East -: Last Saturday we received the Lawson group at our camp IV now in the Omero and the Shoberg group at our camp III at the Maú river, both of 8 anglers. Both groups had a great start landing over 400 peacock bass each plus a varied mix in the basket including aruanas, trairas, matrinxas, bicudas, etc. Forecast promises is uniform in the area showing some insignificant rain episodes towards the weekend. Itapará in Dry-Zone N. East -: Last week the Silvara group landed over 400 peacock bass with 7 trophies from 17 labs to 20 lbs.. This week´s basket for the Warfield group already includes 3 trophies above the 17 lbs mark.  Water levels on this fishery keep dropping towards their optimum level and are very fishable. Fishing conditions for the next days according to the forecasts are excellent with only some mild rain towards the weekend (pls. see below)
   

Today´s Average Water Levels:

in Dry-Zone N. East

Omero lakes and Maú river in Dry-Zone N.East

Xeruini and in a lesser degree Itapará fishery in Dry-Zone N.East

Guess work

The Omero lakes and the Maú river present good water levels, dropping and very fishable. Maú river is a bit below the optimum and the Omero lakes at their optimum both very fishable. Tendency is confirmed by the forecasts for Caracarai, and Barcelos (see below), that show no significant rain until next weekend. The Xeruini river still presents water levels a bit above the optimum, but very fishable,  dropping tendency is firm, please see forecast below for Barcelos and Caracarai. The Itapará river still is dropping and very fishable, it is expected to reach optimum levels in the coming days, please see forecast below for Rorainopolis and Caracarai.
Blue dots represent water level monitoring stations where levels are rising and yellow dots where levels are dropping. Our area of interest are marked with a red circle.
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    The triangle within Barcelos, Caracaraí and Rorainopolis in the area of influence of our Xeruini, Omero and Itapará fisheries forecasts above showing some minor  rain episodes towards the weekend and sunshine for the next week. ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–

Find below the quarterly rainfall for Jan, Feb and March showing that we should expect below normal rainfall in the area of our private fisheries (red), confirming dropping tendency for the quarter.  

Find below the anomaly forecast for the coming fortnight:

Water level measurements at the Caracarai station (see below) are now within the historical parameters. Please see red circle in stations map above. The Omero, Xeruini and Itapará drains into de Branco river and will keep dropping. 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   Water level measurements at the Santa Isabel do Rio Negro station (see below) are within the historical parameters.   Please see red circle in stations map above.    
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: Jan 11 – 13, 2020 (2 ½ days)

BEST AVAILABLE WATERS @ THE RIO BRANCO BASIN THIS WEEK

 

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.
Xeruini in Dry-Zone N. East -: Last Saturday we received the Coszby Jr.  group of 7 anglers. Water levels are still a bit high but very fishable and dropping. Weather forecast shows only some mild rain episodes towards the weekend but no rain form next week, fishing conditions improving by the day (pls. see below). Maú/Omero in Dry-Zone N. East -: Last Saturday we received the Rankin group of 8 anglers. They had a great start landing 460 peacock bass plus a varied mix in the basket including aruanas, trairas, red tails, pirarucus, etc. Forecast promises is uniform in the area showing some rain episodes towards the weekend. Itapará in Dry-Zone N. East -:The Silvara group of 6 arrived last Saturday and had a nice start landing over 90 peacock bass. Water levels on this fishery are quickly dropping to their optimum level and very fishable. Fishing conditions for the next days according to the forecasts are excellent with only some rain towards the weekend (pls. see below)
 

Today´s Average Water Levels:

in Dry-Zone N. East

Omero lakes and Maú river in Dry-Zone N.East

Xeruini and in a lesser degree Itapará fishery in Dry-Zone N.East

Guess work

The Omero lakes and the Maú river present good water levels, dropping and very fishable. Maú river is a bit below the optimum and the Omero lakes a bit above the optimum but both very fishable. Tendency is confirmed by the forecasts for Caracarai, and Barcelos (see below), that show no significant rain in the coming days. The Xeruini river still presents water levels a bit above the optimum, but very fishable, water cycle has been somewhat delayed this season, but dropping tendency is firm, please see forecast below for Barcelos and Caracarai. The Itapará river still presents water levels a bit above the optimum, it is quickly dropping and very fishable, it is expected to reach optimum levels soon, please see forecast below for Rorainopolis and Caracarai.
Blue dots represent water level monitoring stations where levels are rising and yellow dots where levels are dropping. Our area of interest are marked with a red circle.
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The triangle within Barcelos, Caracaraí and Rorainopolis in the area of influence of our Xeruini, Omero and Itapará fisheries forecasts above showing some rain episodes towards the weekend and  sunshine for the next week. ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–

Find below the quarterly rainfall for Jan, Feb and March showing that we should expect below normal rainfall in the area of our private fisheries (red), confirming dropping tendency for the quarter.  

Find below the anomaly forecast for the coming fortnight: El Niño influence analysis below showing a neutral impact on our area of interest:      

Water level measurements at the Caracarai station (see below) are now within the historical parameters. Please see red circle in stations map above. The Omero, Xeruini and Itapará drains into de Branco river and will keep dropping. 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   Water level measurements at the Barcelos station (see below) are a bit above the historical parameters. The Jufaris fishery drains directly at the Negro river in the area of influence of this station, so the water cycle is delayed this season for this fishery presenting higher than normal water levels.  Please see red circle in stations map above.
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: Jan 04 – 06, 2020 (2 ½ days)

Fishing now at the Omero, Maú and Upper Jufaris

 

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.
Jufaris in Dry-Zone N. East -: Yesterday afternoon we received the Shoff group of 8 anglers in the Jufaris Private Fishery, we do not have yet fishing data available for this report. Water levels are a bit high but very fishable, and dropping. Weather forecast showing no significant rain in the coming days (pls. see below). Omero fishery in Dry-Zone N. East -: Last Saturday we received the Harrison group of 9 anglers. They had a great start landing 773 peacock bass plus a varied mix in the basket including aruanas, pirarucus, etc. There are several fly fishermen in the group. Forecast promises that they will be enjoying great fishing conditions in the coming days. Maú fishery in Dry-Zone N. East -:The Brasher group of 8 arrived last Saturday and had a nice start landing over 300 peacock bass. Water levels on this fishery are a bit below the optimum but very fishable. Fishing conditions for the next days according to the forecasts look very promising (pls. see below)
 
 


Today´s Average Water Levels:

in Dry-Zone N. East

Omero lakes and Maú river in Dry-Zone N.East

Jufaris fishery in Dry-Zone N.East

Guess work

The Omero lakes and the Maú river present good water levels, dropping and very fishable. Maú river is a bit below the optimum and the Omero lakes a bit above the optimum but both very fishable. Tendency is confirmed by the forecasts for Caracarai, and Barcelos (see below), that show no rain in the coming days. The Jufaris river still presents water levels a bit above the optimum, but fishable, water cycle has been somewhat delayed this season, but dropping tendency is firm, please see forecast below for Santa Isabel and Caracarai.
Blue dots represent water level monitoring stations where levels are rising and yellow dots where levels are dropping. Our area of interest are marked with a red circle.
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  The triangle within Barcelos, Santa Isabel do Rio Negro and Caracaraí in the area of influence of our Jufaris and Omero/Maú fisheries forecasts above showing sunshine in the coming days. ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–

Find below the quarterly rainfall for Jan, Feb and March showing that we should expect below normal rainfall in the area of our private fisheries (red), confirming dropping tendency for the quarter.  

Find below the anomaly forecast for the coming week:

Water level measurements at the Caracarai station (see below) are now within the historical parameters. Please see red circle in stations map above. The Omero, Maú and Itapará drains into de Branco river and will keep dropping.   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   Water level measurements at the Barcelos station (see below) continue to be within the historical parameters. The Jufaris and Kabori fishery drains directly at the Negro river in the area of influence of this station. Please see red circle in stations map above.     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: Dec. 28 – 30, 2019 (2 ½ days)

HAPPY NEW YEAR !!!

 

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.
Jufaris in Dry-Zone N. East -: Yesterday afternoon we received two groups  ( Johnson and Henry are the leaders) in the Upper and Mid Jufaris Private Fishery, we do not have yet fishing data available for this report. Water levels are a bit high but very fishable, and dropping. Weather forecast shows bright sunshine in the coming days (see below). Omero/Maú fishery in Dry-Zone N. East -: Last Saturday we received the Frederick group of 8 anglers. They had a nice start landing 440 peacock bass plus a varied mix in the basket including aruanas, pirarucus, etc.  Perversas and jigs are the best working lures, and there are several fly fishermen in the group. Forecast promises that they will be enjoying great fishing conditions in the coming days. It is worth noting that eventhough the water cycle has been delayed this season, the fact of having several private fisheries in different dry-zones and our traditional mobility, has allowed us to offer our anglers the very best available water in the basin, proved once and again with good yields, and excellent feedback.
   
 

Today´s Average Water Levels:

in Dry-Zone N. East

Omero lakes and Maú river in Dry-Zone N.East

Jufaris fishery in Dry-Zone N.East

Guess work

The Omero lakes and the Maú river present good water levels, dropping and very fishable. Tendency is confirmed by the forecasts for Caracarai, and Barcelos (see below), that show no rain in the coming days. The Jufaris river still presents water levels a bit on the high side but fishable, water cycle has been somewhat delayed this season, but dropping tendency is expected to accelerate in the coming days, please see forecast below for Santa Isabel and Caracarai.
Blue dots represent water level monitoring stations where levels are rising and yellow dots where levels are dropping. Our area of interest are marked with a red circle.
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The triangle within Barcelos, Santa Isabel do Rio Negro and Caracaraí  in the area of influence of our Jufaris and Omero/Maú fisheries forecasts above showing sunshine in the coming days. ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–
Find below the quarterly rainfall for Jan, Feb and March showing that we should expect below normal rainfall in the area of our private fisheries (red), confirming dropping tendency for the quarter.  
 

Find below the anomaly forecast for the coming fortnight

Water level measurements at the Caracarai station (see below) are now within the historical parameters. Please see red circle in stations map above. The Omero, Maú and Itapará drains into de Branco river and will keep dropping.   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   Water level measurements at the Barcelos station (see below) continue to be within the historical parameters. The Jufaris and Kabori fishery drains directly at the Negro river in the area of influence of this station. Please see red circle in stations map above.     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: Dec. 14 – 21, 2019 (2 ½ days)

Fishing last week before Christmas.

 

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.
Itapará in Dry-Zone N. East -: Last Saturday we received the Sherman group of 8 anglers. They had a slow start having to endure some significant rain episodes that seriously affected their yields. Water levels are still a bit high; dropping tendency is expected to resume once the rain passes in the next days. Please see forecast below. Omero/Maú fishery in Dry-Zone N. East -: Last Sunday we received the Rose group of 6 anglers. They had a great start landing over 500 peacock bass plus a varied mix in the basket including aruanas, pirarucus, piorapitinga, matrinxa, etc.  Joao pepino and jigs are the best working lures. Forecast promises that they will be enjoying great fishing conditions until the weekend when some rain is expected.  
         

Today´s Average Water Levels:

in Dry-Zone N. East

Omero lakes and Maú river in Dry-Zone N.East

Itapará  fishery in Dry-Zone N.East

Guess work

The Omero lakes and the Maú river present good water levels, dropping and very fishable. Tendency is confirmed by the forecasts for Caracarai, and Barcelos (see below), that show no important rainfall accummulation. The Itapará river still presents water levels a bit on the high side but fishable, having endured some significant rain episodes during the weekend, water levels have stabilized and dropping tendency is expected to resume shortly, please see forecast below for Rorainopolis and Caracarai.
Blue dots represent water level monitoring stations where levels are rising and yellow dots where levels are dropping. Our area of interest are marked with a red circle.
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      The cuadrangle within Barcelos, Santa Isabel do Rio Negro, Caracaraí and Rorainopolis in the area of influence of our Upper Jufaris and Itapará fisheries forecasts above showing no extraordinary rain episodes in the coming days. ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–

Find below the quarterly rainfall for Dec, Jan, Feb showing that we should expect normal rainfall in the area of our private fisheries (white – red circle marker).

Find below the anomaly forecast for the coming fortnight

Water level measurements at the Caracarai station (see below) are now within the historical parameters. Please see red circle in stations map above. The Itapará drains into de Branco river and will resume dropping tendency accordingly.
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
  Water level measurements at the Barcelos station (see below) continue to be within the historical parameters. The Jufaris and Kabori fishery drains directly at the Negro river in the area of influence of this station. Please see red circle in stations map above.   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: Dec. 07 – 09, 2019 (2 ½ days)

ANGLERS EXPLORING THE UPPER JUFARIS

 

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.
Itapará in Dry-Zone N. East -:   Last Saturday we received the Kojetin group of 7 anglers that included Mario and Paulo Martins visiting us one more time. They had a slow start having to endure some heavy rain episodes that affected their yields. Water levels are a bit high, and dropping tendency is expected to resume once the rain passes in the next days. Please see forecast below. Upper Jufaris fishery in Dry-Zone N. West -:   Last Sunday we received the Carringer group of 6 anglers, with Richard Carringer and Richard Schumacher repeating once again. They have a special schedule for a shorter week. Group has been exploring the Upper Jufaris area with excellent results; enduring some heavy rain episodes which presented no obstacle to obtaining several trophies, largest of which exceded the 20lbs. mark. Joao pepino and jigs are the best working lures.      

Today´s Average Water Levels:

in Dry-Zone N. East

Upper Jufaris river in Dry-Zone N.East

Itapará  fishery in Dry-Zone N.East

Guess work

The Upper Jufaris presents good water levels, dropping and very fishable. Tendency is confirmed by the forecasts for Caracarai, and Barcelos (see below), that show no important rainfall accummulation. The Itapará river still presents water levels a bit on the high side but fishable, having endured some heavy rain episodes during the weekend, water levels have stabilized and dropping tendency is expected to resume in the coming days as rain episodes subsides, please see forecast below for Rorainopolis and Caracarai.
Blue dots represent water level monitoring stations where levels are rising and yellow dots where levels are dropping. Our area of interest are marked with a red circle.
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      The cuadrangle within Barcelos, Santa Isabel do Rio Negro, Caracaraí and Rorainopolis in the area of influence of our Upper Jufaris and Itapará fisheries forecasts above showing no extraordinary rain episodes in the coming days. ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–

ind below the quarterly rainfall for Dec, Jan, Feb showing that we should expect normal rainfall in the area of our private fisheries (white – red circle marker).

Find below the anomaly forecast for the coming fortnight

Water level measurements at the Caracarai station (see below) are now within the historical parameters – spike was due to past rainfall. Please see red circle in stations map above. The Itapará drains into de Branco river and will resume dropping tendency accordingly.
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
  Water level measurements at the Barcelos station (see below) continue to be within the historical parameters. The Jufaris and Kabori fishery drains directly at the Negro river in the area of influence of this station. Please see red circle in stations map above. 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: Nov. 30 – Dec. 02, 2019 (2 ½ days)

WATER LEVELS: DROPPING

RAIN FORECAST: NO SIGNIFICANT RAIN

 

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.
Omero lakes in Dry-Zone N. East -: Last weekend we received the Vyacheslav group of 6 anglers,  landing 415 peacock bass in just 2 1/2 days largest of which weighed 18lbs. Host reports mid water lures (yo-zuri, joao pepino) and jigs are working best. Fishery continues to yield an amazing assortment of  species, that includes, Pirarucu, Aruanã, matrinxã, pirapitinga, piranha, traíra e bicuda. After increasing a bit due to last fortnights rainfall, water levels are dropping again which has been beneficial yieldwise. Rainfall forecast shows no significant rain episodes in the days to come. Itapará in Dry-Zone N. East -:   Camp is in standby, water levels resumed dropping tendency and camp is moving further upriver towards the best available waters near the fountain head. Rainfall forecast further reinforces positive forecast for next week. Lower Jufaris fishery in Dry-Zone N. East -: Last Saturday we received the Moreira group of 8 anglers, including Rodrigo Moreira dn Fernando Quevedo visiting us one more time. Unfortunately communication with this operation is not working and weekend data is unavailable at this time. Weather conditions are fine for the week according to forecast appearing below. Upper Jufaris fishery in Dry-Zone N. West -:   Last Sunday we received the Garret group of 6 anglers.  They had a good start landing 148 peacock bass only fishing 1 1/2 day. Forecast for the rest of the week looks good though water levels are a bit on the high side after last week´s rain episodes, yet they are very fishable. Camp host reports that mid water lures, rapalas and yozuri are working best in this scenario. Kabori fishery in Dry-Zone N. East -:  Camp is in standby and navigating upriver seeking the very best available waters in this fishery for the group arriving next Saturday.    

Today´s Average Water Levels:

in Dry-Zone N. East

Omero lakes fishery and Maú river in Dry-Zone N.East

Upper Jufaris, Itapará  and Kabori fisheries in Dry-Zone N.East

Guess work

The Kabori fishery in Dry-Zone N. East although a bit high is dropping  camp is navigating upriver seeking best available waters in this fishery.and presents good fishing conditions. Rain forecast showing some heavy rain in the coming days (pls. see below forecast for Caracarai) The Omero lakes and Maú river in Dry-Zone N.East continue to present excellent fishing conditions, water levels have resumed the dropping tendency after a mild increase due to last fortnights rainfall. Weather forecast showing no significant rain episodes (pls. see below forecast for Barcelos) The Upper Jufaris presents a bit high water levels, but dropping and very fishable. The Lower Jufaris is a bit behind on the cycle but keeps dropping, last fortinight´s rain episodes somehow stalled the process but forecast shows tendency is firm. Forecasts for Caracarai, and Barcelos (see below), The Itapará river presents water levels a bit on the high side but fishable, camp is seeking moving towards the head waters, rain forecast confirms tendency.
Blue dots represent water level monitoring stations where levels are rising and yellow dots where levels are dropping. Our area of interest are marked with a red circle.
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      The cuadrangle within Barcelos, Santa Isabel do Rio Negro, Caracaraí and Rorainopolis in the area of influence of our Upper Jufaris, Omero lakes, Kabori and Itapará fisheries forecasts above showing no significant rain episodes in the coming days. ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–

Find below the quarterly rainfall for Dec, Jan, Feb showing that we should expect normal rainfall in the area of our private fisheries (white - red circle marker).

Find below the anomaly forecast for the coming fortnight

Water level measurements at the Caracarai station (see below) are almost within the historical parameters – spike was due to past rainfall. The Omero lakes fishery is down river from this station at the Branco basin, water levels are excellent at this time. Please see red circle in stations map above. The Itapará also drains into de Branco river and is improving by the day.
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
  Water level measurements at the Barcelos station (see below) continue to be within the historical parameters. The Jufaris and Kabori fishery drains directly at the Negro river in the area of influence of this station. Please see red circle in stations map above. 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: Nov. 23 – 25, 2019 (2 ½ days)

Spending Thanksgiving week: just fishing in the Amazon

 

 

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.
Omero lakes in Dry-Zone N. East -: Last weekend we received the Saldanha group of 8 anglers,  landing 195 peacock bass in just 2 1/2 days and enduring some moderate rain episodes. Host reports good top water action propellers being the favored lure. Fishery continues to yield a varied assortment of sporting species, including the sleek aruanas and sturdy red tails,  water levels are stable and expected to resume dropping tendency in the coming days. Itapará in Dry-Zone N. East -: This Saturday we received the Shulyak group group of 8 anglers coming from Russia, Yuriy, Serhiy, Grzegorz and Josef are visiting us again. Water levels still a bit on the high side, and have risen due to last week´s hard rain episodes, but fishable. Weather outlook is fine and dropping tendency is expected to resume in the coming days. Lower Jufaris fishery in Dry-Zone N. East -: Last Saturday we received the Molinari group of 8 anglers, including Lopes, Savier and Pinto visiting us one more time. They started by landing 128 peacock bass. Forecast for the rest of the week looks good though water levels are a bit on the high side after last week´s rain episodes, yet they are fishable. Camp host reports that mid water lures, are working best. Upper Jufaris fishery in Dry-Zone N. West -:   Last Saturday we received the Kuehn group of 6 anglers, including Jason McGovern visiting us one more time. They had a good start landing 262 peacock bass. Forecast for the rest of the week looks good though water levels are a bit on the high side after last week´s rain episodes, yet they are very fishable. Camp host reports that mid water lures, rapalas and yozuri are working best in this scenario. Kabori fishery in Dry-Zone N. East -: The Ishankulov group of 8 arrived last Saturday and started the week landing 108 peacock bass, largest of which weighed 16lbs. Water levels are a still bit on the high side but very fishable not dropping though due to the heavy rainfall last week. Good weather in the coming days (see forecast below). Joao Pepino and wood choppers are the chosen lures this week.    

Today´s Average Water Levels:

in Dry-Zone N. East

Omero lakes fishery and Maú river in Dry-Zone N.East

Upper Jufaris, Itapará  and Kabori fisheries in Dry-Zone N.East

Guess work

The Kabori fishery in Dry-Zone N. East although a bit high is dropping  and presents good fishing conditions. Rain forecast showing some heavy rain in the coming days (pls. see below forecast for Caracarai) The Omero lakes and Maú river in Dry-Zone N.East continue to present excellent fishing conditions, water levels dropping should be below ideal in the coming weeks. Weather forecast showing some rain as from tomorrow, clearing towards the weekend (pls. see below forecast for Barcelos) The Upper Jufaris presents a bit high water levels, but dropping and very fishable. The Lower Jufaris is a bit behind on the cycle but dropping, last week's rain episodes somehow stalled the process but forecast shows tendency will be resumed sooner than later. Forecasts for Caracarai, and Barcelos (see below), The Itapará river presents water levels a bit on the high side but fishable, rain forecast shouldn´t revert the dropping tendency in the coming weeks.
Blue dots represent water level monitoring stations where levels are rising and yellow dots where levels are dropping. Our area of interest are marked with a red circle.
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The cuadrangle within Barcelos, Santa Isabel do Rio Negro, Caracaraí and Rorainopolis in the area of influence of our Upper Jufaris, Omero lakes, Kabori and Itapará fisheries forecasts above showing no significant rain episodes in the coming days. ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–

Find below the quarterly rainfall for Nov, Dec, Jan showing that we should expect normal rainfall in the area of our private fisheries (white).


Find below the anomaly forecast for the coming fortnight

Water level measurements at the Caracarai station (see below) are almost within the historical parameters - spike was due to last week´s rainfall. The Omero lakes fishery is down river from this station at the Branco basin, water levels are excellent at this time. Please see red circle in stations map above. The Itapará also drains into de Branco river
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
  Water level measurements at the Barcelos station (see below) continue to be within the historical parameters. The Jufaris and Kabori fishery drains directly at the Negro river in the area of influence of this station. Please see red circle in stations map above. 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: Nov. 16 – 18, 2019 (2 ½ days)

OPERATING NOW IN 4 PRIVATE FISHERIES

 

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.
Omero lakes in Dry-Zone N. East -: Last weekend we received the Luft group of 12 anglers,  landing 226 peacock bass in just 2 1/2 days and enduring some rain episodes. Host reports good top water action propellers being the favored lure. Fishery continues to yield a varied assortment of sporting species, water levels are dropping and expected to get below the optimum in the coming days. Itapará in Dry-Zone N. East -: This Saturday we received the Roig Moon group group of 8 anglers,  including Carlos Arrea and Federico Matamoros who are visiting us one more time. Several fly-fishemen in the group who, all considered,  had a good start landing 115 peacock bass.  Water levels still a bit on the high side, dropping, but very fishable. Some heavy rain episodes during the weekend and some more expected Wednesday an Thursday. Upper Jufaris fishery in Dry-Zone N. East -:   Last Saturday we received the Geraci group of 7 anglers, they endured some significant rain episodes and they had a good start landing 248 peacock bass. Omar Borghello and Ouida Gernentz are coming to our operations one more time. Group endured some significant rain episodes and more are expected Wednesday and Thursday clearing towards the end of the week. Water levels are a bit high but very fishable, camp host reports that mid water lures are working best in this scenario. Kabori fishery in Dry-Zone N. East -: The Kenshima group of 7 arrived last Saturday and started the week landing 155 peacock bass, largest of which weighed 18lbs. Water levels are a bit on the high side but very fishable and dropping. Some heavy rain is expected tomorrow and Thursday. Joao Pepino and wood choppers are the star lures this week.

Today´s Average Water Levels:

in Dry-Zone N. East

Omero lakes fishery and Maú river in Dry-Zone N.East

Upper Jufaris, Itapará  and Kabori fisheries in Dry-Zone N.East

Guess work

The Kabori fishery in Dry-Zone N. East although a bit high is dropping  and presents good fishing conditions. Rain forecast showing some heavy rain in the coming days (pls. see below forecast for Caracarai) Water levels in Dry-Zone N.West at our Roçado private fishery are still high, fishing conditions are not good yet, water cycle here is delayed for about 2 weeks. The Omero lakes and Maú river in Dry-Zone N.East continue to present excellent fishing conditions, water levels dropping should be below ideal in the coming weeks. Weather forecast showing some rain as from tomorrow, clearing towards the weekend (pls. see below forecast for Barcelos) The Upper Jufaris presents a bit high water levels, but dropping and very fishable. Forecast for Caracarai, and Barcelos (see below), further confirm the tendency although shoing some heavy rain tomorrow. The Itapará river presents water levels a bit on the high side but fishable, rain forecast shouldn´t revert the dropping tendency in the coming weeks.
Blue dots represent water level monitoring stations where levels are rising and yellow dots where levels are dropping. Our area of interest are marked with a red circle.
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      The cuadrangle within Barcelos, Santa Isabel do Rio Negro, Caracaraí and Rorainopolis in the area of influence of our Upper Jufaris, Omero lakes, Kabori and Itapará fisheries forecasts above showing some significant rain episodes should be expected Wednesday and Thursday, improving towards the weekend. ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–

Find below the quarterly rainfall for Nov, Dec, Jan showing that we should expect normal rainfall in the area of our private fisheries (white).

Find below the anomaly forecast for the coming fortnight

Water level measurements at the Caracarai station (see below) are within the historical parameters . The Omero lakes fishery is down river from this station at the Branco basin, water levels are excellent at this time. Please see red circle in stations map above. The Itapará also drains into de Branco river 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

Water level measurements at the Barcelos station (see below) continue to be within the historical parameters. The Jufaris and Kabori fishery drains directly at the Negro river in the area of influence of this station. Please see red circle in stations map above. 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: Nov. 09 – 11, 2019 (2 ½ days)

Congratulations Murphy for the 100 lbs Pirarucú

 

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.
Omero lakes in Dry-Zone N. East -: Last weekend we received the Cheslak group of 8 anglers,  landing 341 peacock bass in just 2 1/2. Group endured some mild rain episodes during the weekend. Fishery continues to yield a varied assortment of sporting species. Itapará in Dry-Zone N. East -: This Saturday we received the Aroratti group of 6 anglers,  landing 198 peacock bass in just 2 1/2 days. Group endured some mild rain episodes during the weekend, water levels a bit on the high side but dropping. Maú river fishery in Dry-Zone N. East -:    This weekend we received the Monroe group of 6 anglers,  who had a good start landing 211 peacock bass, largest of which weighed 20 lbs. Water levels still a bit on the high side, but very fishable. Some mild rain episodes during the weekend and some more expected towards the end of the week.Best performing lure as reported by the host is perversa. Check last week´s 100 lbs pirarucú caught by the Murphy group, photo at the top of this report. Upper Jufaris fishery in Dry-Zone N. East -:   Last Saturday we received the Low group of 6 anglers, they endured some significant rain episodes and they had a good start landing 195 peacock bass. Robert and Sean Conway are repeating this fishery one more time. Last week´s Galloway group largest peacock weighed 20 lbs. Rapala subwalk is reported as the best performing lure. Some rain episodes are expected towards the end of the week. Kabori fishery in Dry-Zone N. East -: Breaking water at this fishery last weekend with the Blonskiy group of 8 anglers, 6 of them repeating this adventure. Water levels are a bit on the high side but very fishable and dropping. Some mild rain episodes during the weekend and some more expected towards the weekend. Joao Pepino is the star lure this week.  

Today´s Average Water Levels:

in Dry-Zone N. East

Omero lakes fishery and Maú river in Dry-Zone N.East

Upper Jufaris, Itapará  and Kabori fisheries in Dry-Zone N.East

Guess work

The Kabori fishery in Dry-Zone N. East although a bit high is dropping  and presents good fishing conditions. Rain forecast confirms tendency for the coming days (pls. see below forecast for Caracarai) Water levels in Dry-Zone N.West at our Roçado private fishery  have stabilized due to new heavy rain episodes North of the basin, fishing conditions are not good yet, water cycle here is delayed for about 2 weeks. The Omero lakes and Maú river in Dry-Zone N.East continue to present excellent fishing conditions, weather forecast confirms this (pls. see below forecast for Barcelos) The Upper Jufaris presents a bit high water levels, but dropping and very fishable. Forecast for Caracarai, and Barcelos (see below), further confirm the tendency. The Itapará river presents water levels a bit on the high side but fishable, dropping tendency is expected to accelerate during the coming weeks.
Blue dots represent water level monitoring stations where levels are rising and yellow dots where levels are dropping. Our area of interest are marked with a red circle.
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The cuadrangle within Barcelos, Santa Isabel do Rio Negro, Caracaraí and Rorainopolis in the area of influence of our Upper Jufaris, Omero lakes, Kabori and Itapará fisheries forecasts above showing some rain episodes should be expected towards the weekend. ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–

Find below the quarterly rainfall for Nov, Dec, Jan showing that we should expect normal rainfall in the area of our private fisheries (white).

Find below the anomaly forecast for the coming fortnight

Water level measurements at the Caracarai station (see below) are within the historical parameters . The Omero lakes fishery is down river from this station at the Branco basin, water levels are excellent at this time. Please see red circle in stations map above. The Itapará also drains into de Branco river. 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

Water level measurements at the Barcelos station (see below) continue to be within the historical parameters. The Jufaris and Kabori fishery drains directly at the Negro river in the area of influence of this station. Please see red circle in stations map above. 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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