Where to practice sport fishing in Pará – Brazil

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The abundant presence of waters in Pará is responsible for the formation of beautiful natural corners. The state is also home to the main tributaries of the Amazon, such as Tapajós, Xingu and Curuá on the right bank and Trombetas, Nhamundá, Maicuru and Jari on the left bank. Its main rivers are: Amazon River, Tapajós River, Tocantins River, Xingu River, Jari River and Pará River. These rivers are very popular because they are home to a wide variety of fish, as well as excellent places for sport fishing. The big question is, where to fish in the state of Pará?

The abundant presence of waters in Pará is responsible for the formation of beautiful natural corners. The state is also home to the main tributaries of the Amazon, such as Tapajós, Xingu and Curuá on the right bank and Trombetas, Nhamundá, Maicuru and Jari on the left bank. Its main rivers are: Amazon River, Tapajós River, Tocantins River, Xingu River, Jari River and Pará River. These rivers are very popular because they are home to a wide variety of fish, as well as excellent places for sport fishing. The big question is, where to fish in the state of Pará?
Source: Tô Longe de Casa | Rio Tapajós

The RBarcos team went in search of the best destinations for sport fishing in this region of large and small lakes, for you to enjoy the wonders of the state on board a vessel, of course. The main attractions for sport fishing are:

Tapajós River (Santarém)

The Tapajós River bathes the city of Santarém and presents high fishiness with many species of leather and scales such as: jaús, dogs and peacocks, ready to offer an unforgettable fishing experience. The tour may include Alter do Chão beach, which was voted the most beautiful freshwater beach in the world.

The Tapajós River bathes the city of Santarém and presents high fishiness with many species of leather and scales such as: jaús, dogs and peacocks, ready to offer an unforgettable fishing experience. The tour may include Alter do Chão beach, which was voted the most beautiful freshwater beach in the world.
Source: Aos4Ventos | Rio Tapajós

Rio Araguaia / Rio Tocantins

The Araguaia River is one of the most fishy rivers in Brazil, crossing a large part of the State of Pará, providing the capture of beautiful tucunares and jaús, having as base points of fishing the municipality of Conceição do Araguaia / PA, passing through the village of Itaipavas in Piçarra / PA, Marabá / PA and going to its mouth, the Tocantins River, where it forms the lake of the Tucuruí Hydroelectric Plant. There are about 300 species of fish identified and it is estimated that the region annually receives around 20 thousand amateur fishermen. The main sporting species caught are tucunares, pirarucus, arowana, jaús, piraras, traíras, corvinas and piaus.

The Araguaia River is one of the most fishy rivers in Brazil, crossing a large part of the State of Pará, providing the capture of beautiful tucunares and jaús, having as base points of fishing the municipality of Conceição do Araguaia / PA, passing through the village of Itaipavas in Piçarra / PA, Marabá / PA and going to its mouth, the Tocantins River, where it forms the lake of the Tucuruí Hydroelectric Plant. There are about 300 species of fish identified and it is estimated that the region annually receives around 20 thousand amateur fishermen. The main sporting species caught are tucunares, pirarucus, arowana, jaús, piraras, traíras, corvinas and piaus.
Source: Jovem Pan | Rio Tocantins

Mexiana Island

On the island of Mexiana, in the Marajó archipelago, it is possible to catch the largest scales fish in the world, the Pirarucu, a name given by the indigenous Marajoaras which means pyre (fish) and annatto (red). In their breeding season the male of the species acquires a more accentuated red color, and this species can reach an average of 2.5 m in length and weigh 200 kg. In addition to sport fishing, it is possible to have the Marajoara fields as a background, the flocks of the guarás, the buffalo, the horses and direct contact with the Marajoara culture and its customs, legends, dances and differentiated gastronomy.

Volta Grande do Xingu State Fishing Site

The Sítio Pesqueiro has an area of ​​256.35 km², with stretches of waterfalls, rapids and rocks that impede the commercial fishing navigation and therefore attracts the attention of fishing lovers as it is considered an area full of fish of the most varied species in the basin This location was created in 2005 by the Government of the State of Pará to be a specially protected territory and today it is the main and most sought after fishing spot on the Xingu River, presenting high fishiness and being able to capture varied species, ranging from the peacock bass , pointy dogs and even big catfish, like piraíba and jaú.

Iriri River

The Iriri River is the main tributary of the Xingu River, its source is in the Serra do Cachimbo and runs 800 km to the left bank of the Xingu River. In the Amazonian summer it is possible to notice the formation of wells and lagoons that become great for fishermen, including fly fishing.The fishing season starts in June and runs until mid-December. This date is defined according to the rains in the region, when from June to July the matrinxãs, bicudas, dogs and all leather fish reign. Between July and mid-November it is possible to find peacocks and trairões.

The fishing season starts in June and runs until mid-December. This date is defined according to the rains in the region, when from June to July the matrinxãs, bicudas, dogs and all leather fish reign. Between July and mid-November it is possible to find peacocks and trairões.
Source: Boletim Povos Isolados

Fishing Site of São Caetano de Odivelas

In the rivers Jataí, Mujuim, Mocajuba, Pereru, among others and in the majestic mangroves of São Caetano it is possible to find species that are the target of the main fishing operations, such as the fishing of the “king of the mangrove”, the camurim (sea bass) and the known “king of silver”, the pirapema (tarpon), species that attract by providing the fisherman with a lot of adrenaline, in the face of strength, speed and jumping, aspects that make fishing worthwhile. The season occurs throughout the year, preferably on the waning and waning moons.

Special Sport Fishing Reserve Rio Azul / Rio São Benedito

The São Benedito and Azul rivers, tributaries of the Telem Pires river, are part of the first conservation area dedicated to the practice of sport fishing in the country. Created in 2001, it is a preserved area with others of ecological preservation that house springs, forest resources, minerals and indigenous reserves. Among them are the Serra do Cachimbo, the Cristalino State Park and the Kayabi Indigenous Reserve. In addition to sport fishing, the region has a natural diversity that enchants visitors, since the diversity of fish species in the region is impressive, and it is possible to capture fire tucunarés, trairae, dogs, bicudas, cacharas, jundiás, jaús, jacundás, piranhas and the impressive pacu-rubber.

Fishing Site of Cuianara / Vila de Cuianara

The variety of fish found in the waters of Cuiarana is an invitation for sports fishing enthusiasts to catch Stonefish, Yellow Hake, Corvina, Robalo or Camurim and the international “Tarpon”, known in Pará as Pirapema. The village of Cuiana in Salinópolis offers good reception conditions, as specialized enterprises that offer services and equipment to the sport fisherman, in addition, the village has pilots, who are community fishermen who know the best fishing and fishing times.

These incredible places in the state of Pará can be used on board boats or yachts prepared specifically for sport fishing. On the RBarcos platform you choose the one that best suits your group of sport fishermen.

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