Peacock Bass Home
Lake Guri Resort
Peacock Bass Fishing Charter - Amazon Nexus
Peacock Bass fishing aboard the Peacock Nexus allows the bass angler access to the "Giant Peacocks" on the famous Rio Negro tributary of the Amazon River.
Built in 1998, the Peacock Nexus was designed specifically to provide Peacock Bass anglers access to the waters where giant Peacock Bass live. Designed to provide a more personalized fishing experience the Nexus accommodates only 6 anglers.
Unlike other Peacock Bass ships in the area that crowd 16 to 30 anglers aboard the Nexus want to assure the Peacock Bass angler a personalized fishing experience where guides and crew can attend to every detail of your fishing enjoyment.
Fishing the Rio Negro for trophy Peacock Bass requires mobility. These waters change dramatically depending on the time of year and rainfall. When tropical storms dump too much water the Nexus can easily move to better fishing water. When BIG Peacocks are located the Nexus can move to the mouth of the tributary, anchor, and have you within minutes of the fish.
The Nexus provides all the air conditioned comforts of home in the heart of the Amazon rain forest where the jungle has endured unchanged for thousands of centuries. Colorful parrots fly overhead, monkeys play in the trees and the water is teeming with all sorts of aggressive fish.
Three air conditioned, private cabins for stowing your gear and getting a good nights rest.
A comfortable, air conditioned, dining room to enjoy 3 great meals a day and for relaxing with a few cool drinks after a hard days fishing.
A great place to take the wife Big Game fishing!
In the Amazon even the catfish hit topwater lures. Although the Rio Negro is not noted for numbers of Peacock Bass it more than makes up for that in the size. Nowhere else in the world can an angler expect to catch 10 to 20 bass per day, all on topwater and averaging around 10 pounds.
Often you can catch fish on nearly every cast, all on topwater, if you just want action, although most will not be Peacock Bass. Downsize your topwater bait and you'll catch Piranha or Traira on nearly every cast that will range in size from 2 to 6 pounds.
The really big Peacock Bass will prefer large topwater baits like the Magnum WoodChopper. The ferociousness of their strike will remain forever etched in your mind. You're ripping this huge plug across the water so aggressively you throw more water than a skier. Suddenly the water erupts from the power of a Peacock strike and the battle is on!!!
Once hooked these powerful animals will rip line from your reel like you were hooked to the hitch of a 4 wheel drive!!! They'll blast out of the water like a Tarpon, trying to throw the plug, then they hit the water and head for the closest cover.
Nearly every day you'll hook a Peacock you just can't do anything with. They take your stuff and head for cover and you just can't turn em.Once you experience Peacock Bass fishing, Bass fishing on your home lake will seem more like Bream fishing.........
|Peacock Bass Home :: Peacock
Bay :: Peacock
Nexus :: Amazon
Clipper :: Lake Guri Resort
Availability Info :: Reservation Info :: Site Map :: Contact Us