Fishing in Tingo Maria

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Fishing in Tingo Maria

Postby Slippery Jack » Thu Oct 25, 2018 11:47 am

I'm going to be visiting Tingo Maria in a couple of months and thought about having a go at fishing in the river there. Does anyone know if there are any fish in it, and if so, what they might be? And as I'm a complete novice, what type of bait, spinners etc should I use? I was going to avoid using a hammer, or a hand grenade this time due to the misunderstandings last time. Thanks in advance.


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Re: Fishing in Tingo Maria

Postby bigdaddy » Thu Oct 25, 2018 9:37 pm

Slippery Jack wrote:I'm going to be visiting Tingo Maria in a couple of months and thought about having a go at fishing in the river there. Does anyone know if there are any fish in it, and if so, what they might be? And as I'm a complete novice, what type of bait, spinners etc should I use? I was going to avoid using a hammer, or a hand grenade this time due to the misunderstandings last time. Thanks in advance.


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