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South American Muskie 2015

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Costs verification: 15 Day Guyana Fishing Expedition $3500,Deposit $1000= $2500 Balance minus Airfare Credit of $700(earlier airlines are booked the more savings for client,early fares can be $520,saving client $180,some use airline points to book airfare and save all $700,from Miami even bigger savings)= $1800 balance(this balance must be brought to Guyana in U.S. Dollars Cash.

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Those clients that are booked and will fly out of Toronto or JFK New York,I have Free Parking & Transport to and from the Airport,this will save you many dollars because parking for two weeks can be very expensive!

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Steve, The picture of the fly is on my camera and my laptop is not fixed yet to load it to the desktop where I can transfer it to here.Team Catfish 9/0 Circle Hook with White Chicken Feathers & Peacock Feather Hackle!

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that is a great video except hes a lefty  that is definatly on my bucket list. At a pretty decent price for all thats included to.  Did I see on the website that rum is included?  I'm trying to talk my wife into sending me but its not going well.

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Ifishy, Rum & Beer are supplied on the fishing excursions, just that after the 1st week the ice melts and your drinking river cooled drinks.

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Mostlymuskies.....what is the fish in the first pic of five (from left to right) u posted on 3/19? The black fish that looks kind of like a Coelacanth.... :wondering:

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Mostlymuskies.......Hoplias curupira........black wolf-fish...Niiice! That arapaima throwing itself out of the water (8 times?!!) looks fantastic! 

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So far I have 4 clients for the last two weeks of January and 1 for the fist 9 days of February! Still have room for 3 persons the 1st two weeks of February and 4 persons for the last two weeks of February!

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The wolf fish pictured is indeed hoplias aimara (locals call it hymara). Curupira is a different fish and although their native ranges overlap, curupira looks a bit different and does not get as big. Not trying to be a smart a$$, i am just a fish geek and have kept several members of the hoplias genus as pets over the years. I will have to save my pennies and join you on one of these trips in the next couple of years Capt Larry. Looks to be the trip of a lifetime!

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The wolf fish pictured is indeed hoplias aimara (locals call it hymara). Curupira is a different fish and although their native ranges overlap, curupira looks a bit different and does not get as big. Not trying to be a smart a$$, i am just a fish geek and have kept several members of the hoplias genus as pets over the years. I will have to save my pennies and join you on one of these trips in the next couple of years Capt Larry. Looks to be the trip of a lifetime!

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JOE ESOX.....No, you're not being an a$$! Appreciate the clarification stated by u on the difference among the species of similar family members. Had to double check my temporary confusion in the wolf fish names too. Not to be confused with the saltwater wolf fishes (anarhichadidae). Thanx for the headsup enlightenment! :yes:     :nod:

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Next January we are going to explore even further upstream on the Rewa River.This year we went up river 12 hours, next trip we will push the boats across cut logs on cut path around three water falls and go 20 hours up river from Rewa Eco Lodge.We will be at least 132 miles from the nearest village or road.There will also be some ponds that have never been fished before.

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We now have a contract with Global Rescue for emergency extraction in case of illness or injury!

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I have a request by one client to go to Guyana in September of this year.I have room for up to 3 other persons for the last 2 weeks of September.This is also a period of low rain fall and low water levels and the first chance to fish the fish trapped in ponds from the flooding of July & August and then sudden drop of water levels.This will be non stop fish action with this being the 1st in fishing for 2015--2016 season!

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416 lb Arapaima IGFA World Record still pending! Could end up making it since they are looking at it so close with all the minor details etc..

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