FISHING REPORT     Rio Marié 2019 Season Fishing Report  |  OCTOBER 19, 2019

Rio Marié 2019 Fishing Report
October 11-17, 2019

The weather was warm, and we had some strong showers and overcast days. Temperatures ranged between 27-34°C.

Water Conditions: The water levels rose slowly, thereby cooling the water temperatures. 



Fishing Conditions: The cooler water temperatures increased fish activity. We used sinking lines to get our flies deep to where fish were holding in the more stable temperatures. This proved to be an effective strategy. We started the week fishing the eastern limits of our exclusive fishing area and made our way west toward the Colombian border, and we ended the week at the confluence of the Marie and Rubo.

Fishing Stats: 

Number of anglers: 8
Butterflies caught: 248
Temensis caught: 44
Temensis over 10lbs: 6
Temensis over 15lbs: 6
Temensis over 20lbs: 4

Highlight of the Week: The conditions demanded skilled angling, but the anglers met the challenge with persistence and consistency. One guest, who was new to fishing, managed to catch a 20-pound peacock bass!