Amazon Short Trip November 28-December 4, 2015

    |     Aug. 13, 2015

Good news for those who are still looking for a break after Thanksgiving and opportunity to land a trophy Peacock Bass… 8 Spots are still available aboard the Captain Peacock on Trek’s all new Amazon short trip on the date of November 28 – December 4, 2015.

For years we have tried in vain to convince several mothership operators in Brazil to offer an alternate itinerary that would involve only a week of travel, so we are extremely happy to have this exciting new opportunity teaming with Captain Peacock.

In case you didn’t know Captain Peacock is a 125-foot deluxe, floating hotel that plies the waters on and near the Rio Negro in the Amazon basin of Brazil. Trailing all new Bass Trackers boats in its wake, each day they are in search of giant peacock bass to 25 pounds or larger. Not only is this a great fishing trip, but truly a wonderful overall experience in Brazil’s Amazon jungle.


November 28 – Depart Miami for Manaus, Brazil. Check into the Cesar Hotel downtown.

November 29 – Morning Charter to Barcelos, board Captain Peacock and fish the afternoon.

November 30 – December 3 – Four full days fishing for peacocks and other species.

December 4 – Charter back to Manaus for departure back to Miami.

PRICE– $5,450.00 per angler… Price based on double occupancy, and includes 4.5 days fishing with room, meals, open bar, laundry services, rods and reels, one night hotel in Manaus and all transfers.

Please CLICK HERE to view the Captain Peacock Brochure

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