Nomadic Waters: Brazil

Nomadic Waters: Brazil

Come Fish the The Uatuma Reserve for Peacock Bass!

Start Date

Sep 20, 2023, 7:30 pm

End Date

Sep 29, 2023, 7:30 pm




Our accommodations are aboard the incredible yacht Eyruna, eating delicious Brazilian food. Three guest levels. 40’ wide and 108’ long with a 4 foot draft. She holds everything that we could ever want from a Mothership, including a jacuzzi tub and sauna. Boasting 9 Single Occupancy and 2 Deluxe Double Occupancy cabins, each room with its own private bath, refrigerator and individual/independent air-conditioning system.
The top observation deck offers spacious customizable seating, water station, and a meeting area with couches, and large flat-screen satellite TV. This level also includes a refrigerator for beer and mixers, dance floor with disco lights, and can be fully enclosed and airconditioned if needed.
Meals: The food program offers authentic, delicious Brazilian cuisine. It isn’t fancy but it is absolutely delicious. The only consistent complaint made is that the plates aren’t large enough for more. Each meal is carefully crafted and made from fresh, locally sourced ingredients. There will always be a table full of options that are sure to satisfy even the pickiest of eaters.
Domestic beer, Chilean wine, domestic soft drinks and tonics are available at any time.
The Uatuma Reserve
The Uatuma Sustainable Development Reserve [September – October] is closed and managed in partnership between the Brazillian Federal Government and a series of small family communities. Our Host is one of a very few outfitters allowed to fish the Reserve. The fishery is unpressured with high numbers of small to medium sized fish [2-6 pounds], and 10% of our fish landed are between 7-18 pounds. Must larger fish have been caught. Many of the lagoons are home to large schools of Butterfly and Paca Peacock Bass. This offers our guests the opportunity for fun, fast action. The rivers are small to medium and most of the fishing is deep inside hidden lagoons.
Our guest chase some of the jungle’s most exotic fish including multiple species of Peacock Bass, Arowana, Wolf Fish and more. Although Peacock Bass is the main largest species, the Amazon basin holds more than 3,000 freshwater species of fish, far more than any other watershed in the world.
Guests and guides rotate each day, giving everyone an opportunity to see the water through different eyes. You will enjoy fishing from some of the finest and most comfortable fishing boats in the Amazon (U.S. made Bass Trackers) and the fishing manager fishes with guests every day and strategy clinics in the evenings. This shortens the learning curve of our unique fishery and maximizes your experience in the jungle.

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