Since we will be fishing in a tropical jungle area, expect weather to be humid and quite warm. You should plan on dressing in long pants and long sleeves shirts for better sun and mosquitoes cover. We normally use bug repellent at evening time which is the only time of the day the mosquitoes bite us.
Following is a list of gear, clothes, etc, that visitors have found helpful in the past. It doesn’t mean you need to carry everything listed
Bring a photo copy of your passport to carry with you on the river with your fishing license so you do not ruin your original.
Rain coat, gore-tex is recommended
1 Fleece vest or light jacket (just in case of colder weather but only necessary for September/October or April/May)
Polarized sun glasses
A small set of pliers to cut wire tippet
Hats, one with a full brim, one baseball cap
Long sleeve quick dry shirts
Quick dry pants
A couple of Buffs
Medication that you may need
Snickers or boating light shoes. They should be light weight and something you don’t mind if they get wet, also crocks or sandals are an option but we prefer you have your feet covered at all times. We will be fishing 100% from the boat.
Small flashlight or Petzel head lamp if we return or start fishing with low light conditions
Sun screen the best you can find at least 50 block
Chap Stick with sunscreen built in at least 15 SPF
Small Vest or pack for fishing gear or anything you would like to carry on the boat with you