Rick Pope, Founder of Temple Fork Outfitters, and the group of 6 anglers he hosted Feb 3 - 10, 2016 boated 1,543 Peacock Bass on our private Indian land concession located on the Jufaris River in Brazil's Amazon. Rick, on his 4th trip to the Amazon, stated fishing at our Fly-In Safari Camps was his "Ultimate Amazon Rainforest Experience".
The group also caught a staggering number of other species including Piranha, Jacunda, Oscars, Traira, Dogfish, Pacu and Bicuda. The low water conditions also revealed many of the abundant rainforest creatures like Giant River Otters, Tapir, Capybara, Caimen, and monkeys for the group's enjoyment.
Blane Chocklett's group of 10 anglers caught more than 2,400 Peacock Bass in 6 1/2 day of fishing at Emu Outfitting's remote Fly-In Safari Camp in Brazil's Amazon last week. Many of these fish were caught sight casting as a result of the late season, low-water conditions. In addition to the amazing number of Peacock Bass, the group landed a number of other species including Jacunda, Piranha, Traira, Bicuda, Dogfish and Pacu.
This is what River Plate's remote Fly-In fishing trips are all about. Come join us next season for some great Peacock Bass fishing in Brazil's Amazon!
FISH WITH THE BEST AWAY FROM THE REST!
Fishing the Amazon since 1997
Jim Kern has a long history in the Peacock Bass world. Jim has fished in Brazil 32 times since 1997 with both fly and conventional tackle. Jim developed and ran the American office for Captain Peacock from 2010 thru 2013 was the Vice President and General Manager of Amazon Tours from 1998 thru 2003. Through Emu Outfitting, his outfitting company of 30 years, he managed Alaska’s Rainbow Bay Resort from 2007-2009 & Alaska’s Angry Eagle Lodge 2013 & 2014. Jim holds a Coast Guard Captains license, has been a registered fishing guide in Alaska, Montana and Idaho and has been a fly tier for 40 years. Jim also was a 3 time American League All Star baseball pitcher in 1977, 78, and 79 & the American League Relief Pitcher of the year in 1979.