MID-WEEK FISHING REPORT: NOV. 18 – 20, 2017 (2 ½ DAYS)

934 PEACOCKS WITH  6% BETWEEN  10-18 lbs !


Outstanding yields last week at our Kabori and Omero private fisheries with respectively 1893 and 934 Peacock bass landed by 18 anglers in both Floating Suits with an outstanding 6% between 10-18 lbs. for the Omero anglers.

Our two operations with 15 anglers in the large private fishery Jufaris did reasonably well despite a bit high water levels , but now dropping.

Arriving anglers last weekend enjoyed excellent fishing conditions with a promising start with many a few anglers landing over 60 peacock bass in 2 ½ days.

Our final days at the Omero lakes brings closure to a notable season in this quaint private fishery. Blasting numbers and a wide variety of species challenged visiting anglers without respite. Homongous pirarucus over 100 lbs also played their part in the active week as well as Cará-açú, Surubim, Piranha, Jacundá , Bicuda, Cachorra, Jatuarana e Pirapitinga, Aruanã.



 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 rising but still very operative, as a contingency for unexpected water level variations in the North.

  Dry-Zone N.West 

Water levels are a bit high but very fishable, the Branco basin water cycle is a bit delayed but forecast is better. Headwaters of the Jufaris are picking up. Some rain episodes expected towards the end of the week.

Dry-Zone N.East  

Water levels keep dropping rapidly, presenting spots with excellent fishing conditions as the Omero which is excellent and having produced notable yields, the Itapará and the Kabori are forecasted to reach excellent conditions in the next week.

The above diagram depicts the rainfall probability for the next three months. The light green zone in the North forecasts a probability of about 35% that the rainfall will be above the historical mean. Therefore, the dry water cycle is expected to develop almost normal in the coming months in the North of Manaus (Dry-Zones N.West and N.East)