Jose David Bravo is a hardcore angler, he is not going halftone when fishing as he always reach the rivers with the clear goal of catching the biggest fish, and these images are clear: He achieves what is proposed!
These images are a selection of their catches over the past two years.
We can be sure that he is not an average fisherman. Jose is a very avid fly fisherman who knows all the details for having a successful fishing experience every time he goes to the Orinoco.
He has developed a vast knowledge of the habits of biog Peacock Bass, and he has a special meaning to find the right spot and when they will go after his fly.
If you carry the right equipment and in perfect condition you can capture these huge fish and will have a fishing experience second to none. Jose is a clear example of that.
Jose is a great fly tyer who spend considerable time developing the patterns he will use on his next fishing. He almost always go to the fishing camp with a portable tying station to tie at night the flies he imagined during the day.
Although we speak of a very successful fisherman, this is a sample of what can be achieved in our rivers.
Part of its success is based on the fact he has developed an aggressive and precise casting style especially on long hauls.
Many of his catches have been in the oxbow lakes where Big Peacock Bass are commonly expecting a good opportunity to hunt.
But other times he has caught really big peacocks on the river.
Payara is another species of high sportfishing value in the rivers of the Orinoco basin, especially in the swift waters of the Orinoco River itself.
They reach very large sizes. A payara of this length will give a strong fight, full of jumps and races pulling the backing off the spool.
Jose is a Catch & Release enthusiast, he releases all his catches always following all the rules to ensure that the fish continue normally healthy, spawning and feeding on their habitat.
Fly Fishing Colombia guides and hosts will advise our guests to achieve an outstanding fishing experience and leave our rivers very satisfied.