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Picture yourself here Bolivia
Tsimane Lodge
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Located in a national park and indigenous territory, where virgin Amazon jungle meets Andean mountains, Tsimane is a privileged place where freshwater fishing reaches its pinnacle. Its incredible landscape features clear rivers and streams running through the jungle and mountains.

Picture yourself here Brazil
Agua Boa Lodge
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Rated one of the top 10 fly-fishing lodges in the world by ForbesLife Magazine, 2010.

The Agua Boa River is a small clear water tributary of the Amazon, perfectly suited for fly-fishing for peacock bass. Imagine a small river flanked by pristine rainforest, with hardwood trees reaching heights of 300 feet. It is not uncommon to find beaches filled with the tracks of tapir and even jaguar. It is one of the few regions anywhere in the Amazon under permanent protection by the Brazilian Environmental Institute and the governor of the state of Roraima. Commercial fishing is absolutely prohibited. Three species of peacock bass are found in this crystal clear rivers and tributaries around the Agua Boa Lodge.

Picture yourself here Brazil
Amazon Obsession
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Run by an experienced I.G.F.A. peacock bass angler, the Amazon Obsession trip aboard the Kalua, a classic Amazon riverboat, is dedicated to taking small fishing parties into remote areas of Brazil. Explore the Rio Negro and Branco River affluent River in search of trophy-class peacocks and giant jungle catfish. The Kalua accommodates just 14 anglers a week, allowing for a more personalized angling adventure by an excellent staff. Its dining room serves some of the best meals in the Amazon.

Trips can be customized. Fish for peacock bass, catfish or any other Amazon species, eat or sleep onboard or onshore. Just let your crew know and they can make it happen.

Picture yourself here Brazil
River Plate Anglers
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The tingle of adventure begins as your plane soars over the magical Amazon rainforest. In the secluded waters below, lurks the world’s most exciting freshwater fish — the explosive peacock bass. You’ll land in a remote location, completely private and exclusive to River Plate. You will have no other operators competing for the waters on which you fish.

In addition to this privacy, the cabin's mobility is key to adapting to river fluctuation, giving you the best chance for optimal fishing conditions. Piloting shallow-draft boats equipped with outboards and trolling motors, your Brazilian guide will lead you to tributaries and lagoons inaccessible to others. It’s common to catch two or three dozen peacocks a day, from 3-pound butterflies to 20-pound monsters. Back at camp, you’ll enjoy incredible meals and fly-in floating cabins with comfortable beds, reading lights, air-conditioning and private bathrooms.

Picture yourself here Suriname
Kabalebo Nature Resort
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For the intrepid Amazon angler, Suriname offers a brand new world of jungle sportfishing, with some of the largest Red Tail Catfish in all South America, as well as other tropical species. Kabalebo Nature Resort is situated in the estuary of the Lucy River, under the great Misty Mountain. The only human presence in this untouched natural area is the resort created by owner Karel Dawson. The Kabalebo River flows like a mountain stream, lined by rainforest with rocky outcroppings carefully navigated by the lodge's staff. For fishing, wildlife and Amazon adventure, put Kabalebo on your list of places to explore.

Picture yourself here Venezuela
Uraima Falls Lodge
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The El Dorado of payara fishing is Uraima Lodge in eastern Venezuela. It is the most challenging payara fishery in the world. The lodge claims the IGFA’s all-tackle payara record, currently 39 pounds, as well as most line-class marks. You can also fish for aymara, another powerful species inhabiting the Paragua River. Anglers fish in fast water beneath the falls or through the quick currents of the Payara River.

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