Saturday, July 3, 2010


Lake Guri, Venezuela, has long been recognized as one of the top places to catch monster peacock bass and payara on the same trip!! Matter of speaking, outside the Amazon, Lake Guri is one of the few waters which houses a fishable population of Cichla temenis-the largest of the peacock bass species!
Guri was formed in 1986 with the construction of the hydroelectic dam on Venezuela's Caroni River.
This was one of the original hotspots for Anglers world wide to catch trophy peacocks.
Friend, Steve Townson, recently had tremendous fishing with numerous trophy peacocks and payara landed. The top lure were the new 3/4oz to 1oz SOB spinnerbaits
For more information on the great trip, contact Steve Shoulders of the Headwaters Fishing Camp at and make sure to check out his website at

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