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PostPosted: Sun Dec 24, 2006 5:21 pm Reply with quote
neal m brown
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RICK,I MAY HAVE THE SPELLING INCORRECT BUT THE RIVER IS NORTH OF THE RIO NEGRO AND NOT FAR FROM VENEZUELA. IT FLOWS SOUTH INTO THE RIO BRANCO WHICH FLOWS INTO THE RIO NEGRO. THE LOCALS AND OUR GUIDES FELT THAT HIGH WATER ON THE RIO NEGRO BACKED UP INTO THE RIO BRAVO WHICH THEN BEGAN BACKING UP INTO THE "ITAPARA". BECAUSE WE FISHED NORTH OF SANTA MARIA THE BACKUP HAD NOT REACHED US AND IN FACT THE WATER WAS GOING DOWN EACH DAY. HOWEVER,WHEN WE DEPARTED FROM SANTA MARIA THE LOCALS TOLD US THAT THE WATERS THERE HAD BEEN RISING OVER THE PAST FEW DAYS. THEY ALSO SAID THAT PROVIDED THERE ARE NO APPRECIABLE RAINS THE BACK UP WON'T REACH THE AREAS WHERE WE FISHED. BUT THAT IT IS WORTH MONITORING THE WEATHER...NEAL
 
PostPosted: Sun Dec 24, 2006 9:55 pm Reply with quote
Rick Swain
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Thanks for the detail reply, always nice to learn more of these regions, I've fished many differant areas and rivers in 14 trips and looking at the Amazonas map I've got a lot more to visit. have a merry xmas Neal and to all forum readers,, Rick
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