Remember, you will be catching very large and super strong bass,

most likely your personal best ever; so come prepared!

Mexico bass fishing on Baccarac is not just a fishing trip, it's a completely unique Mexican Vacation experience which many of our clients choose to relive over and over again. If you're looking to catch that ten pound largemouth bass, Lake Baccarac is one Mexican lake you should experience.


In 1993, Lake Baccarac produced a 19.10 pounder that still ranks as the all-time Central America record, including Cuba. Flanked by steep banks and sheer canyon walls, the lake is chock full of Florida strain bass that flourish amid a jungle of brushy habitat that took hold when the lake was low. The fish also enjoy a year-round growing season thanks to the warm, Mexico climate. Another key ingredient is forage. In addition to threadfin shad, the lake supports a bountiful population of protein-rich tilapia. Commercial netters are allowed to target the tilapia at night only, no nets in the daylight hours.

A full staff is there to ensure your stay is topnotch – from the air-conditioned, spacious rooms to excellent meals prepared by the cooking staff to the housekeeping staff who will pamper you – even washing your clothing daily. From the moment you arrive in Mexico until you leave, the staff is there to meet your every need and to make sure your stay is a memorable one. This is a bass fishing trip of a lifetime so don't get left behind! Then there is the fishing. Brand-new 20 foot bass boats with trolling motors and depth finders manned by Lake Baccarac’s most famous guides who have an intimate knowledge of the lake, most having twenty years of experience on the lake, await you each morning to help you realize every angler’s dream – that trophy bass on your line. Plan well ahead for your trip. You’ll have to book early to get some of the limited accommodations during the September through June fishing season.


Fed by the Sinaloa River, Lake Baccarac, approximately 90 miles due east of Los Mochis on the west coast of Mexico, is a 35,000 acre man-made reservoir and a Mecca for serious bass fishermen. With its shimmering waters and steep rock-clad banks, Baccarac is a meandering twenty five mile long, five mile wide lake that offers a wide variety of breathtaking vistas from rugged cactus-studded terrain to sweeping panoramic of the Sierra Madres. With hundreds of isolated islands, points and coves to keep any fisherman busy, bass fishing in Lake Baccarac seems right out of a dream where fishing conditions are flawless and landing big fish never ceases to amaze.

Baccarac Dock