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Peacock bass #13415601 01/25/20 02:51 AM
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Considering a graduation trip with for my son to South America for a Peacock bass fishing trip. Has anyone done one and if so any recomendations?

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If you don't get an answer soon, do a search. There were a couple of people here who posted about a year ago on trips and who they used.

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Have not been to south America
I have been in Florida with great success!
Not so much the monsters of down south but we landed a bunch of fish dozens over 5lbs


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Was there this past November, book with Captain Peacock only
Great service, great accommodations, great guides and they make sure you are in fishable water.

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My son took me a year ago. We booked with .acuteangling.com. Had a great trip. Accomodations were good, service and food were excellent and guides were great. If I go again I would definitely look to book with acute angling again.The guides put everyone on a lot of fish.

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So much of the trip has to do with water levels.. Most reputable outfitters over there will have good service and food and accommodations. Some outfitters fish only one area and have a fixed base and some have you stay on a houseboat and move to where they think the water is best.

Regardless it is a trip you won't forget.. The scenery is worth the visit on its own, and if you catch a few big ones it's a bonus..

I went with Ron Speed a few years ago.. Zero complaints!

Here's a recap.. http://www.tackleandrods.com/lake/Brazil.htm


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