The Roosenveld River is today one of the best reserved aquatic environments in the Amazon region. This river rises in the state of Amazonas and drains its waters northward, draining into the Aripuanã River, which in turn is tributary to the Madeira River, which drains its waters into the Amazon River. This beautiful river of clear waters, clear and full of rapids, is in the middle of a forest still quite preserved, where wildlife abounds in its entire region.
The strong and fast tucunarés pinimas, paiaras, bicudas, apapás, matrinchas, corvinas, jatuaranas and pacus, are only some of the species of scale fish that we will be able to capture with artificial lures or fly. The region has great fishing potential to fish with live bait or bait, where we can fish the giant pirararas, the filhotes, the surubins, the jurupensens, the jaus, the barbados, as well as many other species of smooth fish of the region.
This is a different and unique adventure in the Amazon.
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