On: March 9, 2019 In: Fishing Reports

Bem vindo de novo Amantes do Tucunaré to the Agua Boa Amazon Lodge Fishing Report. We continue the theme on this the penultimate week of the season of low water, dry weather, and excellent fishing. Our guests last week enjoyed the full diversity of experience on tap here in the Equatorial Jungle, with plenty of action from the fabulous Tucunarés of all stripes and sizes. Here are a couple of nice ones landed by Fly Water Travel destination manager and Piranha panema, Max Salzburg, and Bozeman tug-junkie, Tom Klein.

An Agua Boa veteran with many trips under his belt, Tom knows his jungle fishing and proved it, with trophy peacocks on the Boga each day on the water. Tom’s last day was a case in point with a career outing (even for him) with guide Caboclo in which he landed eight fish over ten pounds including his last, the 18.5 pound beast pictured above. 

As we wind down the days to the end of another amazing season here on the high bank above the Rio Agua Boa, we are reminded of how special this place truly is. Our dedicated staff go about their daily work with a confident smile, knowing this week’s guests (like all throughout the season) are happily out on the river, fishing, exploring, and gathering memories to last a lifetime.

Thanks for checking in with the Agua Boa Amazon Lodge Fishing Report. We look forward to seeing you here at the lodge!

Tight Lines!

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