Fishing the Amazon Peacock Bass App
Award-winning outdoors/travel writer, photographer, and angler Larry Larsen’s new photo-intensive app “Fishing the Amazon Guide” shows anglers how to catch exciting peacock bass and a dozen other trophy fish species in the Amazon, as well as where to find the best tributaries. In this app, Larry provides tips on timing, planning, preparation, exploring, wildlife viewing, safety, and how-to fishing information. His focus on finding and hooking giants for many years now helps anglers using this app to catch more and much bigger fish from the beautiful jungle waters while enjoying the overall adventure. To successfully fish the remote and massive areas with challenging logistics and minimal information available is difficult without the help of this app.
The new app formatted for both Apple and Android tablets and mobile phones extensively covers the most effective techniques to catch the biggest and most fish. To illustrate his advice Larry provides 859 personal photos from his more than 500 days in the Amazon jungle basin. The 238 entry topics in this app cover more than 35 significant waters and destinations and highlight the optimal tackle, equipment, and habitat for a successful trip. Viewers will learn about the fishing tour operations and facilities, Amazon Basin environments, as well as the indigenous peoples and their culture.
The Amazon River Basin contains one-third of the world’s rainforests, encompassing three-fourths of Brazil alone and portions of seven other South American countries. The Amazon is the largest river in the world in terms of water volume and has over 15,000 tributaries and 3,000 species of fish – about one-third of the world’s total. Larry’s detailed trip planning, resource, and vital seasonal water characteristics, along with 50 insider fishing tactics and tricks, will prepare anglers for a productive experience in this outstanding region and returning home with fond sportfishing memories that will last forever.
Four of author Larry Larsen’s 21 books and more than 300 of his articles appearing in print and electronic magazines are on fishing and exploring the Amazon. His “Fishing the Amazon Guide” app, published by Sutro Media, is available online at Apple/iTunes and Android/Google Play stores for just $9.95. More information can be found at https://sutromedia.com/apps/Fishing_the_Amazon_Guide.