Bogota is the capital and largest city in Colombia. Flights into the international airport are like that of any large international city. Most large airlines make the 3 1/2 hour direct flight from Miami. This ease of air travel makes this destination attractive to most traveling anglers.
Giant peacock bass are found in Colombia, Brazil and Venezuela, these fish are fairly common in the 10 to 20 pound range with the world record going just under 30 pounds with a few that have been recorded over 30 pounds. These fish are violent fighters and take top water lures like no other fish. They can make acrobatic jumps of 5 to 6 feet above the water and are known best to test the skills of many anglers!!!
We have special agreements set up with the Colombian government and three sets of local Indian tribes giving us exclusive rights to fish a large section of the Inirida river and lagoons and we are expanding into new areas farther up the Inirida river.
Fishing in areas where no other outfitters travel
One angler per cabin. Each cabin offers one queen sized comfortable beds, fans and overhead lighting. The camp typically accommodates 6 anglers. There is no need to overpack, as laundry service is available.
Guides will sometimes have to get out of the boat to push through jungle marsh to reach backwaters where giant fish hide.
Breakfasts are hearty. You’ll typically take a one hour midday break to enjoy a lunch that you prepare early that morning from a variety of deli meats. Dinner is served at the camp around 7:00 PM and features a tasty array of chicken, steak or fish.