Amazon Peacock Bass Fishing Reports
Date: November 22nd, 2013
November, 2013 Peacock Bass Fishing Report
Mid Week Fishing Report
Weather conditions have been quite different this last weekend in each of the fisheries, water levels are improving. We expect uneven results in the different fisheries throughout the week. Homero river Fly-in Floating cabins have almost no rain, and water levels here have stabilized on the low side. Anglers this week started with a 191 landed fish count. The ones above 10lbs. amounted to 15 peacocks. Last week´s group fish count was 1.028 biggest weighing 16lbs. This camp started fishing on Sunday.
Lower Jufaris anglers fishing at this private fishery landed 223 peacocks with the largest one weighing 12lbs. No significant rain to report at this location also, water levels are at jungle level and improving daily. Last week´s fish count was 1.190. This camp started fishing on Sunday. We started operating at the Upper Jufaris fishery this week. Anglers landed 240 peacocks last weekend with the largest one at 14lbs. They enjoyed fair weather all weekend.
Lower Xeruini private fishery on the other side of the coin suffered heavy rain episodes throughout the weekend. Nevertheless, anglers here opened the week with a 307 landed peacocks score, 08 of them topped the 10lbs mark and the largest weighed 14lbs. Water levels are at jungle level. Last week´s group closed with a total count of 1.649 landed peacocks, with a 21 pounder as the largest.
The upper Xeruini group on the other hand enjoyed fair weather this weekend, they started the week with 83 landed peacocks. Water levels are a bit high but fair weather is helping to accelerate the descent. In the meantime we will be moving this camp downriver looking for better fishing conditions. This camp started fishing on Sunday.
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