Early opening this year. The water levels we experienced at the headwaters during the early season were very good, and even with some fluctuation, the fish were very active, which is the most important thing. The peacock bass spend lot of time in the flooded jungle during the high water part of the season (April to July), and when the water starts to drop and get back into the river channel for the first time at the headwaters, the fish come in and get really hungry.
There was amazing action on lower sections of the Rio Marié, with two skiffs landing nice fish over 15 pounds! A monster of 22.5 pounds and 86 centimeters length was also landed on the last day of the scouting. Simply incredible.
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Moon phases for this month