Rio Marie - Week 12 - 21st to 28th November 2021
Weather: We had mostly overcast days with constant raining.
Temperatures between: 24 and 42°C
River Conditions: The Marié River was rising, but the Turi River started to slowly drop by the end of the week.
Fishing Conditions: We started the week at the middle section of the Marié, and then went up the Turi river. At first, the water was high and fishing was really slow. However, in the last two days of the week, the water in the Turi started to drop slowly, and fishing improved.
Number of Anglers: 12
Butterflies Caught: 41
Temensis Caught: 17
Temensis Over 10lbs: 1
Temensis Over 15lbs: 4
Temensis Over 20lbs: 0
Highlight of the Week: Our anglers were not disappointed by high water levels, a consequence of weather that might get some less determined anglers down. They worked hard, casting all day long during the entire week, persisting in poor conditions! For those who decided to test their luck against the big catfish that inhabit our waters, they were rewarded with some really nice hookups.
Piraracu Fishing Report - 7th to 12th November 2021
Water Level – going up
Water Temperature – 27°C
Temperature – 30°C
Couple rain showers in the afternoon.
Fishing conditions: The water is high and we fished inside the lagoons around the main lake with great numbers of arapaima this week. We landed a beast taped at 220 cm!
Highlight of the week: The highlight of the week all together was the 2 meter fish that our friends Evaldo and Luiz had a blast catching. There were aruanas that were eating every fly in the box - frogs, mice, and hoppers. Aruana fishing is one of the most fun sport fish on the fly rod, without a doubt!
Total number of fish landed in the week:
Biggest fish landed in the week:
Pirarucú 220 cm
Aruanã 83 cm
Pirapitinga 40 cm