Current Hosted Trip
Below is a list of our hosted fishing trips. These trips will be hosted by some big names in fishing or one of our staff. Check back frequently for new hosted trips.
I am hosting a Peacock Bass fishing trip to our remote, fly-in Safari Camp located on the Jufaris River in the upper Rio Negro watershed, November 3 – 10, 2018 & have had 3 spots become available due to medical problems from one of my friends. We will be fishing on one of River Plates private fishing concessions located on private Indian lands away from the heavily fished waters of the main Rio Negro. We will fly direct from Manaus on November 3 on a privately chartered float plane to our floating Safari Camp & return to Manaus by chartered float plane on November 10. Anglers will enjoy private 250 sq ft, air conditioned cabins with queen beds and private bathroom/showers. There will be only 8 people in camp fishing one of the better BIG FISH rivers in Brazils Amazon. The special trip price on my hosted trip, offering 6 ½ days of fishing, is basically all inclusive once you reach Manaus, Brazil with the exception of tips for the week. The trip includes the use of TFO bait casting, spinning and fly rods, Shimano reels and ALL LURES!
Contact me for further details and join me for my 36th trip to Brazil’s Amazon.
The Emu Outfitting Co.
Past Hosted Trips
Join the Emu Outfitting Company and our special host and fly fishing celebrity, Blane Chocklett, for six-and-a-half days of the best Peacock Bass fishing on the planet in our remote, restricted-access floating safari camp in the heart of Brazil’s Amazon. See more
Join the Emu Outfitting Company for a one-of-a-kind trip with our special host, fly fishing celebrity and founder of industry leading rod company, Temple Fork Outfitters, Rick Pope. This six-and-a-half day trip is located in a remote but upscale floating safari camp with the best Peacock Bass fishing on the planet on restricted-access waters in the heart of Brazil’s Amazon. Rick's first peacock bass was a 17 lb monster he caught on his first trip to Brazil's Amazon back in 2010. The region's incredible fishing and unparalleled beauty has persuaded him to return nearly every year since then. See more