Eight Newly-Available Spaces to Fish the Incredible Igapo Acu
Eight spaces have just opened up on September 22, 2011, a previously closed charter week in Brazilís fish-laden Igapo Acu region. The Igapo Acu, with its four-lagoon laden rivers and its giant Lago Tacuia provides endless miles of perfect peacock habitat and itís where the action is in the early weeks of the fishing season. The regionís rivers, equally excellent for fly and conventional anglers, typically produce large numbers of peacock bass, with a high average size and plenty of big hulking trophies. This is the place to go if your goal is big fish and lots of action. Under normal conditions, these waters will produce 20 to 50 fish per angler per day, as well as trophies well into the 20 pound class. Water levels are generally perfect from September through October. With its perfect balance between quantity and size, itís a great place for novice peacock bass anglers to start a serious peacock bass habit and for experienced anglers to glory in near- constant action. This exclusive fishery has been closed for many years. Normally costing $4850 per angler (due to its Indian reservation premium), these spaces are currently available at $4250 each. Take advantage of this chance to fish a legendary peacock bass destination at a superb price.