JTR August/September 2018 Season Report The 2018 season had an exciting start with unusually high waters caused by El Niño and abundant numbers of small (8-30 lb.) tarpon in many of the lagoons. Much time was spent deep in the forest poling after frolicking juvenile jungle tarpon, and some lucky anglers experienced multiple landed fish […]
A gallery from our scouting expedition to the Rio Matavén in Eastern Colombia. To learn more about our 2019 hosted trip click here.
August, the first month of the 2017 fishing season at the Jungle Tarpon Reserve, showed how varied this fishery can be with some tough conditions and erratic weather as well as periods of higher productivity. As the locals say way too often, “that’s fishing,” and unfortunately we all had to work with what was dealt […]
The 2016 season was marked by many days of good fishing with great friends new and old from around the world. We also embarked on an exciting new film project with Castaway Films. Unfortunately in November mother nature threw us a curve ball, and the season was cut short after the direct hit of Hurricane […]
With fluctuating water levels caused by El Niño, the 2015 jungle tarpon season certainly came in like a lamb as several groups experienced tougher then normal fishing conditions early in the season. The tarpon were still around in big numbers, but very low water caused extreme spookiness and other behavior implying fish being uneasy with […]