Fishing Reports

Mid-Week Fishing Report: Oct. 12 – 14, 2019 (2 ½ days)

BREAKING WATER AT THE OMERO LAKES

 

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.
Matupiri fishery in Dry-Zone S. West -:   Last Saturday we received the Lico group of 12 anglers in our Floating cabins fishing the mid Matupiri.  They enjoyed good weather conditions with only one minor heavy rain episode, their fish count exceeded the 550 landed peacock bass, no significant trophies though. Rain forecast is good and dropping tendency is expected to accelerate with the good weather, water levels are still a bit high but nearing the optimum definitely very fishable.  Last week the Rizzo group anglers exceeded the 100 landed peacock bas per angler in the week.   Roçado fishery in Dry-Zone N. West -: This fishery is in standby status for this week, this week anglers were redirected to Dry Zone N.East. Last week the Lyle group, landed 5 trophies above the 20lbs mark, though they endured heavy rains episodes throughout the week. Water levels reverted the dropping tendency, forecast is improving and river is expected to resume the dropping tendency in the next days.   Omero lakes in Dry-Zone N. East -:   This week after scouting the area we have moved our Floating Suites Nr.3 to the Omero Lakes fishery that present excellent fishing conditions, proving one more time the importance of being able to offer the best available waters in the basin to our visiting anglers, having several private water options to choose from. The Crossland group arrived last Saturday and had an excellent start with 752 landed peacocks within a mixed bag of species including aruanas, pirarucus, etc. Fine weather and good water levels expected in the coming days.     

Today´s Average Water Levels:

in Dry-Zone S. and N. West

  Matupiri river in Dry-Zone S.West and Roçado private fishery in Dry-Zone N.West

in Dry-Zone N.East:

Omero lakes fishery in Dry-Zone N.East

Guess work

 The Matupiri river in Dry-Zone S. West is dropping  at a good rate, and is expected to present optimum fishing conditions by next week. Rain forecast confirms this (pls. see below forecast for Borba) Water levels in Dry-Zone N.West at our Roçado private fishery are a bit high and have reverted the dropping tendency after 10 days of heavy rain episodes, it is expected to resume dropping next week when the weather conditions are forecasted to improve. The Omero lakes in Dry-Zone N.East present excellent fishing conditions and are expected to continue doing so in the coming weeks.
Blue dots represent water level monitoring stations where levels are rising and yellow dots where levels are dropping. Our areas of interest are marked with red (high) and blue (perfect) circles.
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Above the rainfall forecast for Borba in the area of influence of the Matupiri river showing no significant rain episodes for the next few days

Above the rainfall forecast for Japura in the area of influence of our Roçado private fishery showing some rain episodes to be expected in the coming days improving progressively.     Above the rainfall forecast for Barcekis in the area of influence of the Omero lakes fishery showing no significant rain episodes for the next days

Find below the quarterly rainfall for Oct, Nov, Dec showing that we should expect normal rainfall in the area of our private fisheries (white).
Find below the accumulated rain report of the last 30 days compared with the historical data, and presented at the left as deviations from this norm (anomalies), further confirming the above tendency.

Water level measurements at the Humaitá station continue to be within the historical parameters as the Itacoatiara station (see below). The Matupiri river is located between both stations. 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

Water level measurements at the Tapurucuara station (see below) continue to be within the historical parameters as the Tapurucuara station (see below). The Roçado fishery drains directly at this station thus, lower water levels imply that drain tendency should continue after the rain episodes. 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  
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 blue 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: Oct. 05 – 07, 2019 (2 ½ days)

CHALLENGING WEATHER CONDITIONS IN OUR 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.
Matupiri fishery in Dry-Zone S. West -:   Last Saturday we received the Rizzo group of 7 anglers in our Floating cabins fishing the mid Matupiri.  They endured some rain episodes but had a good start with 286 landed peacock bass, but with no trophies.  They will have to brave some further rain episodes on Wednesday (see Borba forecast below). Water levels are still a bit high and stabilized but the most important factor is the sun warmth impact on water temperature directly related to fish activity, which should normalize by Thursday. Last week the Franceschini anglers landed a 21 pounder and a 19 pounder within a nice mixed tally.   Roçado fishery in Dry-Zone N. West -: Anglers have also been enduring some heavy rain episodes that have stabilized the dropping tendency of this fishery, nonetheless last week´s group have landed several trophies, in their own words: " Just returned from the Roçado river in Brazil with my brother Elliot Weston. We caught some lunkers (largest was 21lbs), and saw larger ones waking in the lagoons and swimming along the sandbars. It wouldn´t surprise me if this river produced a 30lber, but you won´t land as many smaller fish. We caught two of the largest ones with jigs, but the rest on woodchoppers. The 21lber hit in the f1st hour on 1st day on a pink woodchopper (also used to catch my26lber last year). An 18lb hit the jig at a river point, and was the toughest peacock I have caught to date - then another hit the jig at the side of the boat which is always exciting. What was interesting, was the color variety of the large fish - even though they are in the same river with each other." Art Weston Last Saturday we received the Lyle group of 7 at the Roçado with several fly fishing anglers in the group that have had their yields severely affected by the significant rain storms, and the lack of sun.  Water levels have stabilized and are expected to resume their dropping tendency once the storms passes (pls. see Japura forecast below). Note: this fishery is under the strict single hook sportmanship policy.  

Today´s Average Water Levels:

in Dry-Zone S. and N. West

  Matupiri river in Dry-Zone S.West and Roçado private fishery in Dry-Zone N.West

Guess work

Water levels keep dropping slowly in our fisheries in the Dry-Zone S.West. The Matupiri river has stabilized and is still a bit high, it is expected regain the dropping tendency after the rain episodes of this week. Considering the weather forecast fishing conditions are expected to remain good and improve in the coming days. Water levels in Dry-Zone N.West at our Roçado private fishery are a bit high and have stabilized, several heavy rain episodes in the last days and forecasts imply that they will have little sunshine and water temperature will not rise until the sun shines again, expected for next Friday, this has a direct link with the fish activity and willingness to take the lures.
Blue dots represent water level monitoring stations where levels are rising and yellow dots where levels are dropping. Our areas of interest are marked with red circles.
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Above the rainfall forecast for Borba in the area of influence of the Matupiri river showing some rain significant rain episodes for the next few days.

Above the rainfall forecast for Japura in the area of influence of our Roçado private fishery showing some heavy rain episodes to be expected in the coming days.  

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

Find below the expected anomalies in the rainfall forecast for the coming fortnight, our fisheries are marked in red and are located in the white (normal) area.

Water level measurements at the Humaitá station continue to be within the historical parameters as the Itacoatiara station (see below). The Matupiri river is located between both stations. 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  

Water level measurements at the Tapurucuara station (see below) continue to be within the historical parameters as the Tapurucuara station (see below). The Roçado fishery drains directly at this station thus, lower water levels imply that drain tendency should continue after the rain episodes. 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: Sept 28 – 30, 2019 (2 ½ days)

ROÇADO OPENS ITS 2nd WEEK WITH A

26 POUNDER

(26 pounder photos coming next 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.
Matupiri fishery in Dry-Zone S. West -:   Last Saturday we received the Franceschini exclusive group of 2 anglers in our Floating cabins fishing the mid Matupiri.  Their basket mainly consisted of 102 medium sized peacock bass, sighting several schools of fish predated by abundant botos (pink dolphins). Although visually enjoyable, it had a negative impact on their fishing yields. They enjoyed good weather conditions with no significant rain episodes, water levels continue to be a bit high but very fishable.  Water levels are expected to keep the dropping tendency and some significant rain episodes are expected towards the weekend. Last week the Babek group of 4 anglers ended the week with an outstanding 1645 landed peacock bass. Roçado fishery in Dry-Zone N. West -:   Last Saturday we received the Smith group of 8 at the Roçado private fishery in Dry-Zone N.West, in the 2 1/2 days of this report they already have landed an outstanding 26lbs trophy plus a 21 pounder, and a 19 pounder, although they endured some heavy rain episodes, rainfall forecast shows that conditions will improve for the rest of the week (see forecast below). Last week´s largest trophy weighed 21lbs. Note: this fishery is under the strict single hook sportmanship policy.    

Today´s Average Water Levels:

in Dry-Zone S. and N. West

  Matupiri river in Dry-Zone S.West and Roçado private fishery in Dry-Zone N.West

Guess work

Water levels are dropping in our fisheries in the Dry-Zone S.West. The Matupiri river is still a bit high and are expected to drop in the coming days presenting good fishing conditions. Considering the weather forecast fishing conditions are expected to remain good in the coming days. Water levels in Dry-Zone N.West at our Roçado private fishery are a bit high and dropping at a good rate.  
Blue dots represent water level monitoring stations where levels are rising and yellow dots where levels are dropping. Our areas of interest are marked with red circles.
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Above the rainfall forecast for Borba in the area of influence of the Matupiri river confirming that the dropping tendency continues in the coming days.

Above the rainfall forecast for Fonte Boa in the area of influence of our Roçado private fishery confirming that the dropping tendency continues in the coming days.  

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

Water level measurements at the Humaitá station continue to be within the historical parameters as the Itacoatiara station (see below). The Matupiri river is located between both stations. 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.

Water level measurements at theFonte Boa station continue to be within the historical parameters as the Tapurucuara station (see below). The Roçado fishery is located between both stations. 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: Sept 21 – 23, 2019 (2 ½ days)

BREAKING WATER AT OUR ROÇADO 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.
Matupiri fishery in Dry-Zone S. West -:   Last Saturday we received the Babek group of 4 anglers in our Floating cabins stationed at the mid Matupiri.  They enjoyed good weather conditions with no significant rain episodes, water levels continue to be a bit high but very fishable. The 572 peacock bass tally is excellent for 4 anglers, though the size mix is still a bit below standard.  Water levels are expected to keep the dropping tendency and no significant rain episodes are expected for the rest of the week. Last week the Andreyev group ended the week with 1205 landed peacock bass. Roçado fishery in Dry-Zone N. West -:   Last Saturday we received the Yaeger group of 8 at the Roçado private fishery in Dry-Zone N.West, that had the privilege of breaking waters for the first time this Season at this notable fishery. Although they endured some heavy rain episodes, rainfall forecast shows that conditions should improve as of today. They landed two 18 pounders and completed the basket with 91 landed peacock bass of varied sizes. Camp report the sighting of several good sized trophies. Note: this fishery is under the strict single hook sportmanship policy.  

Today´s Average Water Levels:

in Dry-Zone S. and N. West

Matupiri river in Dry-Zone S.West and Roçado private fishery in Dry-Zone N.West

Guess work

Water levels are dropping in our fisheries in the Dry-Zone S.West. The Matupiri river will continue dropping in the coming days presenting good fishing conditions. Considering the weather forecast fishing conditions are expected to remain good in the coming days. Water levels in Dry-Zone N.West at our Roçado private fishery are a bit high but dropping.
Blue dots represent water level monitoring stations where levels are rising and yellow dots where levels are dropping. Our areas of interest are marked with red circles.
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Above the rainfall forecast for Borba in the area of influence of the Matupiri river confirming that the dropping tendency continues in the coming days.

Above the rainfall forecast for Fonte Boa in the area of influence of our Roçado private fishery confirming that the dropping tendency continues in the coming days.

Find below the quarterly rainfall for Sep, Oct, Nov 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 as the Itacoatiara station (see below). The Matupiri river is located between both stations. 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.

Water level measurements at theFonte Boa station continue to be within the historical parameters as the Tapurucuara  station (see below). The  Roçado fishery is located between both stations. 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: Sept 14 – 16, 2019 (2 ½ days)

BREAKING WATER AT THE MATUPIRI 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.
Matupiri fishery in Dry-Zone S. West -:   Last Saturday we received the Andreyev group of 8 anglers in our Floating cabins stationed at the lower Matupiri.  They found good weather conditions and water levels a bit high but very fishable. The 495 peacock bass tally is good though the size mix is below standard. Explanation is that they have started the week near the Indian village and as the week develops and they move outside the area of influence of the village the size/number ratio is expected to progressively improve. Water levels are expected to keep the dropping tendency and no significant rain episodes are expected for the rest of the week.    

Today´s Average Water Levels:

in Dry-Zone S. East

Matupiri river

Guess work

Water levels are dropping in our fisheries in the Dry-Zone S.West. The Matupiri river will continue dropping in the coming days presenting good fishing conditions. Considering the weather forecast fishing conditions are expected to remain good in the coming days.
Blue dots represent water level monitoring stations where levels are rising and yellow dots where levels are dropping. Our area of interest is between Humaitá and Itacoatiara.
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Above the rainfall forecast for Borba in the area of influence of the Matupiri river confirming that the dropping tendency continues in the coming days.

Find below the quarterly rainfall for Sep, Oct, Nov 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 as the Itacoatiara station (see below). The Matupiri river is located between both stations. 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: Aug 10 – 12, 2019 (2 ½ days)

LAST GROUP AT OUR MARMELOS RIVER PRIVATE FISHERY FOR THIS SEASON

 

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  Strong Jr. group ended the week with 1.725 peacock bass, largest of which weighed 18lbs.  Saturday we received the Magnuson mixed group of 8 anglers, fly fishermen and baitcasters. They have been enjoying perfect weather conditions and good water levels, their tally in just 2 1/2 days amounted to 523 landed peacock bass with an excellent size mix, largest of which weighed 16lbs. This is the last group fishing at our Marmelos private fishery that will be closed for the rest of the Season. We have evaluated that we have reached the support capacity of the fishery ( technical parameter: 1.6 km. per angler for rivers with few lagoons), and although fishing conditions continue to be good, and yields have been superb, our preservation policies mandate us to close it for the rest of this Season. We strongly believe that strict compliance with sustainability policies guarantee that this fishery will be fully recovered for next Season anglers. Dry - Zone S.West is our next operative Zone, and we are already scouting best areas to break waters in the coming weeks. Floating Suites will be moving into the Matupiri river area in the next two weeks, after which we intend to resume operations there.  

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 hwill continue dropping in the coming days presenting good fishing conditions. Considering the weather forecast fishing conditions are expected to remain good in the coming days throughout the fishery.
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: Aug 03 – 05, 2019 (2 ½ days)

SIMPLY PERFECT !

 

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  Spann Jr. group ended the week with a 2.026 tally, argest of which weighed 18.5 lbs. . Last Saturday we received the Strong Jr. group which landed 531 peacock bass with two 18 pounders. Weather forecast shows no significant rain episodes in the coming days and water levels continue their mild dropping tendency presenting almost perfect levels for 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 and will continue dropping in the coming days. Considering the weather forecast fishing conditions are expected to remain within a narrow range of the optimum in the coming days throughout the fishery.
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 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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