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Author Topic: Only a few spots left for Peacock Bass Fishing 2012!  (Read 303 times)

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Only a few spots left for Peacock Bass Fishing 2012!
« on: May 07, 2011, 05:01:15 PM »

We still have a few openings for Week Two of Peacock Bass 2012 HURRY!

Already one GreatLakesBass.com member confirmed with me for the amazing Amazon peacock bass fishing trip to the mighty Rio Negro in Brazil January 2012. We only have a few opening left in week two (week one is full - most of the regulars are returning from past trips). We have to close the opportunity soon due to increased demand and reduced availability within the industry, and I would love to have more of you experience this TRIP of a LIFETIME with me!!

Check out the details here.

A small deposit can reserve your spot!!

The new world record speckled peacock - (29 pounds 1 ounce) was caught from the same area we fish last year a little while after our 2010 trip!! We landed 15 peacock bass over 20 pounds up to 24 1/2 pounds!!!


24 1/2 pound Rio Negro speckled peacock caught by Dave Gizzi on our January 2010 trip!
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