Joris Nieuwenhoff, of the fishing travel agency Worldsbestfishingtrips.com offers fishing trips for small groups in the Amazon in search of big, wild fish.
“Our fishing trips are tailor made in cooperation with Steve Townson of Amazon-Angler. Single anglers can join groups of up to eight enthusiasts.
In Guyana: Our trip lasts 11 days with seven days of fishing, eight nights at the lodge/camp and two nights in a hotel. Fishing takes place on the upper reaches of the Essequibo River from mid-September to mid-April. Species you can expect include arapaima (photo), two species of peacock bass, bicuda, wolf fish, payara, black piranha, red pacu and silver pacu, piraiba, redtail catfish, shovelnose catfish, jandia and many more. Fishing is done with lures, flies, jigs, spoons and baits. Our top species count to date is 47! Details of this trip at https://www.worldsbestfishingtrips.com/guyana
Fishing for the elusive arapaima and large catfish deep in the jungle from June to November. This trip of seven nights with six days of guided fishing is for anglers seeking an unforgettable experience hunting massive giant arapaima, big catfish species and payara.” Details at https://www.worldsbestfishingtrips.com/bolivia
Contact: Worlds Best Fishing Trips, Joris Nieuwenhoff
+31 348 702 620