Caño (Canyon) Negro offers extensive and customized angling adventures in a remote, previously-unfished area of northeastern Bolivia. Located in the middle of the Bolivian Amazon, you will fish and sleep in a 2 million acre reserve inhabited by the Itonamas natives who have welcomed anglers from around the world. Under the new management (now owned by Roberto Aponte and Andres Petricevic), Caño Negro Fishing Lodge has invested in new boats, mattresses, baths, and cabins in order to provide you a superior, luxury experience in the Amazon. The lodge can now host groups of up to 16 guests looking for an adventure of a lifetime. We have guests that continue to come year after year seeking time at the lagoon, river fishing, spin casting, bait casting, fly-fishing, or just relaxing in the picturesque surroundings and abundant wildlife that the Lodge offers. Common wildlife sightings include macaws, parrots, storks, geese, and ducks, but we also encounter jaguars, tapirs, swamp deer, black cayman, capybaras, and pink river dolphins in their native environment. The adventure you are looking for can be found at Caño Negro!