Hello dear Anglers, below you will find the week four fishing report that we just received from deep in the Amazon jungle at Tsimane lodges, hope you enjoy it!
SECURE River Camp
We hosted a group of 6 anglers coming from the United States in our fourth week.
The week began with a high flood due to rains in the mountains but after that, the river dropped to its regular level throughout the week. Water temperature was cold, but despite that, the Dorado were active in the lower and upper sections. We got many Dorado and also some Yatorana with big patterns.
We made two camps divided into two different groups, the first one led by Curt Hamby. 4 fishermen went up by midweek and the fishing was great, our guests had many situations of feeding frenzies, taking advantage of that, they caught many dorados in the crystal clear headwaters of the Secure River. Also, some nice Pacu showed up despite the cold water.
At the end of the week, Jessica and Danny went camping and the fishing in the headwaters was nice. Danny Wiener got 3 big fish on a single day, two of them right in our feet, while the dorados were hunting sábalo on the shores.
We received 7 guests, all from the United States.
The week began actively with the first big Dorado caught by Dave on the upper Itirizama and another two over 20lb that was landed in the lower Pluma.
The weather was great along most of the week with some chilly days towards the end.
Lots of feeding frenzies were seen on the lower and main Pluma river giving our guests multiple chances to sight cast. Miles caught another 20 pounder fishing a feeding frenzy. The last day of the week was the slowest due to a cold front that hopefully will pass fast
After a big rain at the beginning of the week, everything got back to normal. Even with cold weather the Agua Negra and the Chimoro rivers gave us some really good moments. We shared it with 4 new friends from Oregon: Ross, Mat, Ray, and Rick.
Due to the condition of the Secure, we spent most of the week fishing the Agua Negra and the Chimoro; the water in both rivers was pretty clear and we caught plenty of nice fish. By the middle of the week, both groups spent one night camping in the upper Agua Negra with good fishing was really good, feeding frenzies, and some big Pacu. The biggest fish of the week was a 22lbs Dorado caught in the mouth of the Agua Negra river.