Great Lakes Bass Fishing resource covering peacock bass fishing too!
Peacock Bass Fishing
Scientists have known that piranhas, the sharp-toothed meat-eaters which Theodore Roosevelt called “the most ferocious fish in the world,” produced sound, but they never knew what those sounds meant — until now.
The Brazilian government confirmed this week the existence of an uncontacted tribe in a southwestern area of the Amazon rain forest.
Randy VanDam and GreatLakesBass.com are heading to the mighty Rio Negro with two groups in January 2012. Already one member of GreatLakesBass.com is confirmed going which is nice because I like to fish with my friends!
It’s official now! Randy VanDam and I are returning to the Amazon’s Rio Negro river, home of the world record peacock bass, for a rematch again the most amazing freshwater fighter – the peacock bass!
In the lush rainforests of the Amazon, scientists have discovered a blue-fanged bird-eating spider, a black and blue-colored poison dart frog, a pink river dolphin and a camouflaged anaconda.
While fishing the Rio Negro deep in the NW part of the Amazon in Brazil, Jim Taylor decided he’d like a picture of a small caiman like Randy VanDam did the day before.