For specific trip types and facilities information, select the
Camps - Peacock Bass - Safari-style camps are designed
with the hard-core, adventurous angler in mind. The key theory behind
safari camps is to access the most inaccessible waters in the Amazon.
Hosted safari trips in Brazil are offered on selected, big-fish rivers.
Trips - Peacock Bass - Living aboard the beautiful
new "Blackwater Explorer", a comfortable, air-conditioned mother ship and
then fishing every day from stable aluminum bass boats offers the best
of both worlds. The yacht-based trips boast both incredible
mobility and relaxed comfort. Water levels and fishing conditions
often change on a weekly basis in the Amazon. A mobile mother ship
operation can keep its clients in productive water despite changing conditions.
- Peacock Bass - Accommodations offer
comfortable, air-conditioned lodging, private bathrooms, hot showers and
all the comforts of home. Lodge trips are a good bet for those who
want to experience the great outdoors while remaining secure from the 'wilds'
of the jungle. The best type of trip to bring along a non-fishing
companion. Virtually all fixed camps are located on one or more productive
Trips - We're always looking for great
new fisheries. Each year we explore one or more untested rivers.
When we find one with potential, we organize an exploratory trip, sometimes
limited to 4 to 6 adventurous anglers. Although the camps are often
basic (pup tents, thermarest pads, shore meals and open-air bathrooms),
the sky's the limit when it comes to the fishing opportunities.
Payara - Take
the bone-jarring strike of a peacock bass and the aerial exploits of the
dorado, couple that with immense, high speed runs and more stamina than
a marathon runner and you have the blueprint for the payara's fighting
strategy. Our variety camping trips on the Rio Travessão offer
an incredible experience, while the spectacular cascading waters contain
some of the largest payara in the world.
- The dorado is one of the greatest fighting gamefish
in the world. This extraordinary jumper combines the swimming habits of
a salmon with the ferocity and predatory instincts of a tiger shark.
It violently hammers lures and flies, then immediately explodes out of
the water in a series of outrageous leaps and line stripping runs.
Join us to pursue big golden breeders who migrate up the Parana and Corrientes
rivers in Argentina to spawn deep in the heart of the Ibera Marsh.
Mixed Species - Many of our destinations
offer exceptional variety. Want payara, giant catfish and peacock
bass, trairao and more, then the Rio Travessão is the place for
you. How about peacock bass, aruana, redtail catfish and more.
We've got a place for that as well. All of these destinations are
wildly different. Call us and let's discuss what's right for you.
Tarpon at Rio Parismina Lodge
It is here on the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica, that enormous schools
of marauding tarpon search to satisfy their endless appetite. Casting
a plug or fly into a school of feeding tarpon is just the start of one
of the greatest experiences an angler can have. Perhaps no other
fish will take a lure so softly and then explode into wild, acrobatic leaps
to throw the lure. Rio Parismina Lodge also offers anglers the opportunity
to catch world record class snook, snapper, wahoo, jack crevalle, king
mackerel and tuna. The seemingly endless network of rivers, streams
and lagoons teem with sporty gamefish with names like machaca, mojara and