GEOBASS Fly Fishing Expeditions
The award-winning GEOBASS series is back for a second season of wild adventures. The boys will continue to look for undiscovered locations and new ways to find and catch fish like no one has before. They'll keep risking life and limb to make their dream of catching bass around the world a reality.
Season two's first episode takes the boys deep into the sweltering jungles of Brazil's Amazon River, which is no place to be without a paddle. Follow along as our ambassadors of adventure travel further out of their comfort zones. The outer reaches of Guyana, The Solomon Islands, Texas, Australia and Papua New Guinea beckon. Red bass, black bass, large and smallmouth, barramundi and more are all in their sights. And if they can avoid third-world jail cells we might even see a third season.
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Arapaima!We just landed in the land of one of the biggest fresh water fish in the world. Thanks to the Jungle Fish crew we now know they can be landed on a fly rod. Now, we just need to find out if we can close the deal. Peacock bass is our mission but if we get a chance and can do everything right, we might just catch the biggest fish of our lives on a fly rod! we brought the big guns out and some massive flies. It feels like a dream!
The Land of the LostThis place has the highest concentration of un-contacted tribes on earth. There is people in the area that are still in the stone age and thats a hard fact to wrap your head around. They are the last free people on earth and have never seen a steal hook, sun screen, or taxes. This is about as far as you can get away from civilization and it feels like heaven.
Teeth. Many Big, Sharp, Teeth.When we 1st got here we saw a lot of spooky scars on the locals. Then we started hearing stories that made our skin crawl. We just happen to be in the land of the biggest piranha in the world and they have the teeth to match. You can throw a hook with a chunk of meat on it literally anywhere on this river and these toothy critters will be on it in seconds. It really makes you think twice about bathing and with this crew of dudes its getting pretty ripe around here. Luckily they taste good and with the numbers of them here they make for a good sustainable food source to make our way up river. And piranha aren't the only things swimming with a built in arsenal. The Saber toothed speed demon "Payara" live here too!
We are at the last village of the most remote place in the country. This place is the last bastion for the legendary arapaima. These fish are a prized food fish and their numbers in the wild are in massive decline all over the world. We have chased them before in Ecuador with extremely limited success and have seen them in fish markets all across Northern South America. Thanks to the fact that the villagers wanted their children to experience these incredible fish and that Costa setting up a economy building catch and release sport fishery for them, this place will be a model for sustainable fishing and a stronghold for Arapaima for the foreseeable future.