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Fishing Report: October 15 – 23, 2015

By Capt Peacock

If this past week of October 15 – 23 is any indication, the 2015 – 2016 fishing season is going to be phenomenal and a hell’uva lot of fun.

My guides, chef, support staff, and I entertained 24 guests this past week. We had four couples, one party of four, one party of three, and one single angler and all had a great time. In addition to the catfish and piranha they landed they also caught almost 1,500 Peacock Bass. Read More

The Three Biggest Myths About Brazil’s Amazon in the Sportfishing Market

MYTH: Exclusive Rights to Fish Exclusive Rivers.

FACTS: Walk away from outfitters that promise exclusive fishing areas, as there is no such thing in Brazil’s Amazon. The constitution of Brazil allows all citizens to navigate through any waters of Brazil ao long as the Maritime Brazilian Authority laws are obeyed. The only exception to this deals with waters located within an Indigenous Reserve area. Those that live there, may restrict access to anyone without specific permits issued by specific federal departments of Brazil and never, ever, with the allowance of a commercial exploration unless made by the community and for their own subsistence. In other words, if an Indian community is located inside of a Federal reserved area, the Indians can use and explore the waters and land to their own subsistence, but again, never ever to any commercial purpose, only for their own subsistence. Read More