November 8-18, 2022
Hosted by Pat and Kim Dorsey
- Airport Transfers
- 8 nights in the country
- 6 full days of guided fly fishing
- Hosts and Translators in Manaus
- Single Occupancy with private bathroom on the Mothership
- Single Occupancy hotel room in Manaus (Both on your way to and from the Mothership)
- Round trip charter flight to Baracelos (where the Mothership is)
- Global Rescue Insurance – covers entire trip with Nomadic Waters
Does Not Include
- Airfare to Manaus
- One lunch and one dinner in Manaus
- Fly Fishing gear
- Flies, terminal tackle
- Gratuities for staff and crew (10% of package price is recommended)
- Gratuity for host in Manaus ($20 tip recommended)
Anglers on this trip can plan on arriving to Manaus on November 8th. After overnighting in Manaus, the group will take a charter flight from Manaus to Baracelos on November 9th, where the Mother Ship awaits you. After 6 full days of fishing, the group will leave Baracelos for Manaus on November 17th. Plan on flying home on November 18th from Manaus.
Fly Fishing In Brazil On The Rio Negro
The Blue Quill Angler and Nomadic Waters have teamed up for a trip of a lifetime to the Brazilian Amazon. A Nomadic Waters Expedition to the Rio Negro River is one of the most unique adventures in the world. This world-class experience includes living aboard one of the finest motherships in the Amazon, eating delicious Brazilian food, and being guided by a top notch group of Nomadic Waters professional guides. A trip to the Amazon is a life-changing experience!
The accommodations are aboard the incredible yacht Eyruna. There are three guest levels, 40’ wide and 108’ long, she holds everything you could possibly want from a mothership, including a jacuzzi and sauna. There are 9 single occupancy and 2 deluxe double-occupancy cabins, each room has its own private bath, refrigerator, and individual air conditioning system.
Guest have the opportunity to fish for some of the jungle’s most exotic fish, including multiple species of peacock bass, arowana, wolf fish, and more. Each morning two guests and a guide head into the jungle for the day, then return to the Mothership at night for appetizers and dinner.
Expect to see (and hear) Macaws every day. In the Rio Negro you will literally see a dozen or more a day migrating between their roosts. Green Parrots are everywhere, as are Caiman, Spider Monkeys and Howler Monkeys. If you stop fishing and look closely, you can see Toucans almost every day, but they are silent and can hide extremely well.