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Description: During the February - March 2012 trip it could be a flippers dream with the water up 9 feet or some from the last trip in 2010. Peacock Bass sleep at night back in the jungle so we had to go in and get them at times in the morning. You could hear them start to blast minnows deep in the forest and some loud woodchopping nearby could get their attention calling them out where a cast could get at them. We went in after them a few times and casting a big woodchopper two-propped topwater in the forest required attention to details - better cast true the first time! Worry about getting them out AFTER you hook them! I think this was guide Jo but not positive.
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