Need partner for Amazon Peacock Bass Trip
I'm an experienced fly fisherman. Have been to the Amazon 5-6 times and I'm looking to go back...probably in January, but as I'm retired, timing can be discussed further. I don't mind going by myself (which I have done most of the time), but going with another flycaster certainly makes life easier when sharing the skiff. Unfortunately, for those who haven't don't peas in the Amazon before, this can be a fairly expensive trip: Need a Brazilian visa-$100+, airfare generally $800-1000, the fishing camp (Kalua II) $4300, and tips around $300+. But, let me tell you that fly caught Amazonian peas are "top-shelf" when it comes to freshwater flyfishing.