Brazil Peacock Bass Fishing – Floating Cabins
Location: Brazil

The Locale:

Sprawling across half of South America, Brazil will absolutely fascinate your mind and capture your heart. After all, Brazil has captivated sportsmen for over 500 years. You’ll gaze at powdered white-sand beaches stretching for more than 7,000 km and bordered with palm trees and fronting the mysterious Atlantic. Add in a collection of tropical islands, music-filled cities and charming colonial towns. Inland, Brazil boasts stunning sights of varied flavors. You’ll thrill at regal waterfalls, crystal-clear rivers, and red-rock canyons. Brazil’s greater and more celebrated fascinations include the Amazon and the Pantanal, storied environments that play host to the greatest biodiversity on Earth.


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Accomodations:

The Floating Lodges are unmatched for getting you to the most remote fishing spots in the area. But they also do it in fine style. Each of these new mobile, all-aluminum, cabins feature reduced-noise air-conditioning, private bathroom, fully-carpeted interiors, comfortable bed with linen sheets, writing tables and built-in shelving for clothing and gear. Each of the four 10’x15’ cabin will comfortably accommodate two sportsmen in each for a maximum of only eight sportsmen per voyage. Each unit is fully air conditioned has a toilet, shower, sink, table, twin beds. There is a separate dining cabin for meals and lounging.


The Experience:

Brazil is without a doubt the place to go for shots at trophy sized Peacocks. The peacock bass–commonly referred to as Brazil’s freshwater angling ambassador–is the star attraction in Amazon sport fishing. This world-class game fish provides volatile action and remarkable excitement for conventional and fly anglers. The floating cabin program is a seven day, six night trip with four full and one half days of peacock bass action. Anglers report up to 50 or more fish per boat, per day with peacocks released up to 20 pounds. Fishing pressure is never an issue as groups are kept small with only eight anglers per week.