Bob Mauldin

February 6th to 8th, 2010

Peacock Bass fishing continues to be good, except in one river but, should improve as the Fly-In Floating Cabins move upriver into low fishing pressure areas. In 2 ½ days a total of 1428 Peacock Bass were landed by 36 anglers, 35 of which were in the 10-16 lbs. class, 3 in the 17 - 19 lbs. class and one 24 pounder caught on a Fly!


North & Mid-North: (North Negro tributaries and South Negro Tributaries) Water levels at the headwaters of the Negro tributaries continue to be excellent. From the end of Oct. up to mid Nov. riverboats on the Negro channel had the best Peacock Bass fishing for the last 8 years but, fish size and quality has slowly dropped since over fishing from survival, commercial and even sport fishing may have caused an impact

Mid-North: ( South Negro tributaries and the Unini Preserve ) See Above ^

North-East: ( Roraima State ) The Branco tributaries water levels on River Plate's exclusive fisheries (Taperá,Xeurini, Shufaris, and Homero ) continue to be extremely low and, in the case of the upper Tapera, even too low for our Fly-In Floating Cabins.

Mid-South: ( Igoapaçú Indian Reservation ) Water levels were perfect mid-October till mid-November and, are now high which is normal this time of the year.

South: ( Marmelos Indian Reservation ) Water levels were perfect during July-August and, are now high which is normal for this time of the year.

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Peacock Bass Fishing in Brazil
Peacock Bass Fishing in Brazil

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Bob Mauldin

About The Author: Bob Mauldin

Company: Mexico Bass Fishing Adventures

Area Reporting: Mexico

Bio: n Mexico, mild climates and abundant forage translate to perfect habitats for trophy bass. In these lakes bass can grow up to two pounds a year and ten pounders are always a possibility. Mexico bass fishing is not just a fishing trip, it's a completely unique Mexican Vacation experience which many of our clients choose to relive over and over again. At these Mexico bass lakes you're just one cast away from that ten pound plus trophy bass! At the end of the day cool margaritas are sipped as you reflect on the days catch and plan your strategy for tomorrow. For bass anglers it doesn't get any better than this.

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