Outfitter Jules Fredericks utilizes two rugged jungle camps, respectively three and six hours upriver from Rewa Village, providing access to a wealth of arapaima ponds and lagoons. These small lakes, of varying difficulty to reach, all contain robust and varied populations of the giant fish, offering anglers multiple visual shots every session.
Why We Like It Possibly the finest angling operation in northern Argentina, Suindá is a beautiful lodge perched on a high bluff overlooking the upper Paraná River and its contiguous wilderness. This operation offers deluxe, all-inclusive lodging and the perfect combination of comfort, exciting fishing, incredible scenery, and serenity. Accommodations are roomy, well appointed, and
Why We Like It There are many ways to visit the Amazon, but T.C Fishing’s mobile safari camps allow you to experience the real Amazon—the way the original explorers saw it hundreds of years ago—but with all of today’s luxuries. The world-class peacock bass fishing is the draw, of course, but the air-conditioned floating cabins
Why We Like It This is high-adventure fishing to its greatest degree. Far removed from civilization and modern amenities, this jungle camp operation puts you in the middle of some of the most remote and untouched tropical fisheries on earth. It’s also quite possibly the best place to tangle with giant, unmolested arapaima—the world’s largest
Deep in the heart of the South American jungle, the rivers of Guyana play host to the largest freshwater game fish on earth – Arapaima Gigas. Guyana is one of the rare locations where these massive beasts can be caught on the fly. Due to a co-partnership between local communities, conservationists, and the government, the