Come to Agua Negra, Bolivia to chase Golden Dorado with Jim Litchfield | August 27-September 5, 2021


Ready for some travel and adventure. Come with me to fish the Agua Negra, Secure and Chimoro. You will have the chance for some of the best sight fishing for Golden Dorado anywhere, some remote camping options all surrounded by the wilds of the Amazon rain forest. The primary game fish, Golden Dorado, Pacu, Sarubi are just the beginning, “Jungle elegance” awaits each evening at the Agua Negra Lodge and the chance to interact with native Tsimane guides and villagers.

The Agua Negra Camp is a remote yet luxurious tent camp/lodge perched on a bluff overlooking the Secure River. Roughly 100 yards away is the small native village of Agua Negra, which makes this camp by far the most culturally rich of the Tsimane experiences.

At the Agua Negra Camp anglers will enjoy very comfortable double occupancy safari tents with attached baths as well as the comfort of the main lodge building where drinks and meals are served. The fishing will be done on the main Secure as well as on the Agua Negra River. The Agua Negra is smaller and offers not only big Dorado but the region’s most forgiving terrain as well as the greatest diversity of species including large Pacu, Pira Pita and the elusive striped catfish known as Surubi. 

Here is our itinerary.

Friday, Aug. 27: Arrive and overnight in Santa Cruz, Bolivia. Enjoy some sightseeing in and around Santa Cruz.

Sightseeing in Plaza Principal in Santa Cruz de la Sierra

Saturday, Aug. 28: Charter flight to Oromomo village, upstream boat ride to Agua Negra Camp, afternoon fishing. 

Flight into Oromomo

Sunday, Aug. 29: Friday, Sept. 3: Six days guided fishing. 

Saturday, Sept. 4: Downstream boat ride to Oromomo village, charter flight to Santa Cruz, overnight at hotel. 

Sunday, Sept. 5: Depart for home.

There is a lot to do in the Santa Cruz area both before and after the fishing portion of the trip. If you are interested in discussing options please let me know.

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