Monday, November 30, 2009
Looking for some great topwater action in a river system which has never been fished before? Well, Steve Yatomi of www.adventuretravelalliance.com has found the spot in Suriname. The river system provides non-stop topwater action for a tooth critter called a wolf fish. These guys average around 15lbs and described by Yatomi as "jungle pit bull fish".
Numerous other species are also available such as peacock bass, monster piranha to 10lbs, and giant redtail catfish which can get well over 100lbs.
Yatomi was able to observe a variety of wildlife such as Tapirs, Giant River Otters,Amazon deer, Numerous macaws and other bird species. He also was able to see a few anaconda's and several orange non venomous snakes plus a few blue poison dart frogs.
Steve is hosting trips in Sept/Oct 2010 at this location and another for monster Lau Lau cats up to 150kg. Both trips are for 6 days of fishing, meals, charter flights, ground transfers and 2 nights lodging in Paramaribo. Cost in inexpensive for a trip such as this for $3200 and limited to 6 per week.
Act now to get in the action. You can contact Steve at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Recently received som new fantastic peacock lures from Kermitt Adams of
http://www.klures.com/ These topwater lures are made of high quality wood and have a tremendous painting touch. Cannot wait to try these out on some grande peacock bass in January. The peacock rippers are topwater propeller lures which are made of quality hardwood and top of the line components. The hotdog is a zara spook type lure with rattles while the mega pop should really call some giant peacocks in. I highly recommend you try these out on your next peacock bass trip. Also, Kermitt makes some quality bass lures as well! Check them out on
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Pumice Creek Lodge owner, Gary LaRose, notified me that he is extending his silver salmon season an additional 2 weeks in September. Pumice Creek is located on the Alaska Peninsula. Daily flyouts are to the Cinder River for silvers or Lava Creek for char. These are prime weeks for big numbers of big silvers. IN my opinion the Alaska Peninsula offers the best silver salmon fishing in a remote location bar none. Most Peninsula Lodges have a long waiting list during the prime weeks. Act now to get into this great fishing.
For more information, contact Gary LaRose at email@example.com or contact me at
Sunday, November 15, 2009
Tom Ashby of American Fishing Legacy Fishing Company is offering a great Shimano Tescata TSS70XL Spinning rod retail $199.99 for $79.99. These rods will not last long. For information contact Tom at firstname.lastname@example.org Also make sure to sign up for his great newsletter which often has great deals on Shimano and GLoomis fishing equipment.
Thursday, November 12, 2009
I recently received a copy of Erwin Brown's book "Hunting The World". The book describes the adventures of world hunter and fisherman Erwin Brown. The book comes in hardback and is 307 pages. The following are the chapters in the book.
1. Whitetail deer
2. Antelope on the Prairie
3. Family sightseeing and Antelope Hunt
4. Triple Luck
5. Alberta Horse Train hunt
6. Polar Bear Adventure
7. Alaska Mixed Bag hunt
8. Arctic Grizzly
9. Newfoundland Black Bear
10. Kodiak Island Brown Bear
11. Southeast Alaska Brown bears
12. Glacier Bear on the Alsek River, Alaska
13. The search for a Stone Sheep
14. The Rocky Mountain Goat
15. Vancouver Island Bears
16. Dall's Sheep in the Alaska Range
17. Muskox of the Arctic Tundra
18. Arctic Islands Perry Caribou
19. North American Wild Sheep Grand Slam
20. California Bighorn Sheep
21. A Cat for Christmas
22. Arctic Wood Bison Safari
23. Royal Slam of Wild Turkeys
24. Mozambique Safari
25. The Search for Leopard and Kudu in Zambia
26. Tanzania Safari
27. Namibia Safari
28. A Hunting Tour of Spain
29. Spanish Red Stag and Beceita Ibex
30. Shotgunning with the Elite in Europe
31. Gobi Argali Sheep in Mongolia
32.Transcaspian Urial Sheep in Turkmenistan
33. New Zealand Whitetail Deer
34. Water Buffalo in Tropical Australia
35. Banteng on the Coburg Peninsula- Australia
36. Chamois & Himalayan Tahr in the Southern Alps
37. New Caledonai Rusa Deer
38. Papua New Guinea Safari
39. Australian Mixed Bag Hunt
40. Free Ranging Red Stag & Sika Deer in New Zealand
the book is fabulous reading and has many great photos. For ordering info contact me at
email@example.com and I will put you in touch with Erwin
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
On September 5, 2009 Sean Konrad caught a 48lbs World Record Rainbow Trout beating his twin brother, Adam's, record of 43lbs 10oz according to IGFA. The Record Trout was caught on a 5-1/4 inch bonito colored jointed Rapala X-Rap. The Rainbow was landed in Lake Diefenbacker, a 106,000 acre impoundment of the South Saskatchewan and Que'Appele Rivers in the Canadian Prairie county 140 miles west of Regina.
Saturday, November 7, 2009
Dr. Gary Clark returned for another great fishing trip with Capt. Keith Kennedy out of Venice, LA for giant bull reds. Gary reports that his group caught over 75 bull reds in a few days of fishing. The best tackle was tsunami plastics under a popping cork and rattle traps. Capt Keith has been producing big bulls in numbers all year as evidenced by the numerous reports on this blog.
THIS IS DEFINATELY A TRIP YOU SHOULD PLAN SOON!
Give Capt, Keith a call at 504-908-3108 or write
David Fields at firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, November 6, 2009
Ramiro Ramirez, manager of La Zona Lodge, contacted me this week. Ramiro says the Spring Season has started on the Uruguay River which is slightly high due to rains in Southern Brazil. Ramiro reports the dorado fishing is good, with an average of 1 40lbs giant dorado being caught every 2 days.
As you might know, La Zona is a restricted zone near the Salto Grande Dam on the Uruguay River on the Argentina/Uruguay border. It is famous for having the largest dorado on earth!
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Veteran International fisherman and friend Steve Ryan retured yesterday from a great tigerfish trip in Tanzania. Steve caught numerous tigerfish including a 24lbs and 20lbs. Steve has fished for most freshwater species including peacock bass and dorado, but rates the tigerfish over them.
For more information on this trip, contact Steve Yatomi and email@example.com
My group is booked for October 2010. Cannot wait to battle the giant tigers!
BTW: I write a free fishing newsletter about once a month with fishing reports from around the world and tips from others. Please e-mail your address to
firstname.lastname@example.org or write me at
1633 Central Ave
Whiting, IN 46394
Also I have just completed a small book entitled
The Search For Gold "A Field Guide to the Golden Dorado of La Zona
it is more or less a guide on tackle and what to expect at the lodge.
I currently have a few of my fishing pro friends going over it. If they like it, I will provide it for free hopefully in color as long as my printer lasts.
Sunday, November 1, 2009
Neri Graglia of Corrientes, Argentina reports some great fishing for dorado and pacu on the Parana River, Argentina. To contact Neri call 0343154161897 or write
email@example.com or you can contact his friend Ryan Dovanton who lives in Georgia at 4787376547