Exploring the Fringe – Two Highlands Rivers – The Rio Urariquera and the Rio Travessao

By Paul Reiss

Two Highlands Rivers – The Rio Urariquera and the Rio Travessao

Have you ever daydreamed about some great fishing spot, real or imagined, that would fulfill all of your fishing fantasies? It would be

Trairao - Where's that guy who kisses fish on TV now?

Trairao - Where's that guy who kisses fish on TV now?

isolated; you’d be the only one there. It would be beautiful; an example of Nature’s perfection. It would be just right for your style of fishing; the best spots within an easy cast of your plug or fly. But most of all, it would be loaded with fish; hungry, aggressive, big fish just waiting for your brilliantly presented bait! Of course you have; you’re a fisherman!

Well, so have I and so have my fishing partners and fellow explorers. We..Wellington, Nicky and myself.. Three friends, fishermen and Amazon outfitters, decided to try to make that daydream a reality. As our regularly scheduled guided seasons ended and our time became our own, we pooled our resources to cooperate in a search for new, exotic fishing destinations; for the daydream location.

Our quest started in the far northern Brazilian town of Boa Vista. Surrounded by the rare sight of Amazonian mountains, Boa Vista blends the sensation of a bustling frontier cattle town with the richness and warmth of the rural Brazilian spirit. We met here, at a modest hotel, to lay the groundwork for our expedition into Brazil’s hidden treasures; it’s rare, fast mountain rivers. We were going to succeed surprisingly well.

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