Mid-Week Fishing Report: February 10 – 12 , 2018 (2 ½ days)

Diversity of Private Fisheries & Water Levels = Excellent Fishing Conditions


“Trip was great. Staff was fantastic and we all had a great time. From the moment Amos met us at the airport in Manaus to when they dropped us back off, we were well taken care of.Alejandro was a great host and the guides were first rate. The accommodations really were quite comfortable and the food was good and plenty.We thoroughly enjoyed it!   Thank you  … O.Trevino
I´ll be back ! … Dmytro Slobodenjuk
A dream come true, best fishing trip of my life. BIG THANK YOU to our guide and host, we will return. … Travis Sleighter



Reasons for this Season´s good fishing results are our various private fisheries distributed in the different Dry-Zones. This season´s changing water levels have once again confirmed our vision. Our guests continue to enjoy good peacock bass  fishing conditions while the  public areas on the  Barcelos / Negro Basin  , Dry Zone N.West and part of Dry-Zone N.East, as of 3 weeks ago are almost all  flooded, and the not flooded areas are packed with competitors!

Heavy rain is expected towards the end of the week in all the area, starting on Friday, but should benefit  our fishing since many fisheries are even too dry for navigation.



Dry-Zone S.East 

Water levels are high, closed for the season, which is normal for this time of the year.

 Dry-Zone S.West 

Water levels are high,  closed for the season, which is normal for this time of the year.

(beige in map above) Dry-Zone N.West

Water levels are about 3.0 ft. above jungle level and rising which is not normal for this time of the year. The Negro influence is being felt in the lower sectors of the Xeruini and Jufaris, floating suites are now moving upriver towards good water levels.

Dry-Zone N.East

The Branco basin is in its normal receding cycle. Fishing conditions continue to be good in all our fisheries. Negligible rain during the weekend and heavy rain is expected on Friday, Saturday.


NOTE that the green area at the North affecting the Amazon basin and our fisheries is now lighter, this makes us believe that it might have a positive influence (70%) in our fisheries, averting extreme low water levels for the rest of the season.