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FALL SPECIAL – Amazon Peacock Bass Fishing TWO Anglers for the Price of ONE!

NOW ONLY $1,925 PER PERSON(normally $3,850 per person)

For Amazon Peacock Bass fishing at it best, we offer you the premier adventure program for fishing productivity, comfortable lodging, safety and services. The key to exceptional Peacock Bass fishing is the Floating Cabins, providing daily mobility together with the ability to bypass low water. Sport fishing yachts, commercial fishing boats and even survival fishing must stop where low water prevents passage, and beyond these barriers is where the great fishing starts!

Floating Cabins on the Amazon in BrazilFast, quiet Cessna floatplane on the Amazon River

Your fishing expedition starts in Manaus, Brazil, where you will be picked up and taken by floatplane to the Floating Cabins located in the Amazon River fishery. These shallow-draft floating cabins are moved frequently to ensure anglers have access to the best fishing areas throughout the season.

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For more details on Peacock Bass Fishing in Brazil see our web site at Peacock Bass Fishing on the Amazon

One Week Only Sep 21 – 28, 2007! Reserve early.

Capacity, up to 14 Anglers. Included: roundtrip transfer by floatplane between Manaus and lodging, double occupancy lodging, breakfast, lunch, dinner, fully guided fishing on 21-foot fully equipped shallow-draft boats, two anglers per boat, rods, reels, fishing licenses.

Not included: international flights, Brazilian visa, gratuities.

So call or e-mail us today and we’ll help youplan the fishing trip of your life.

Capt. Bill Hutchinson President & CEO Fishing International Inc.

FISHING INTERNATIONAL, INC. 5510 Skylane Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Rosa, CA 95403 Phone toll-free: 800-950-4242 (USA and Canada) International +001 707-542-4242FAX: 707-526-3474 email:

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