Lake Mateos Mexico
Lake El Salto Mexico
Lake Aguamilpa Mexico


Every year, more and more people are becoming interested in bass fishing, whether as a sport, or simply as an activity that they can share with their family and friends. With this growing interest in bass fishing, more and more areas of the world are being explored by beginner and professional bass anglers alike, hoping they would find a great spot where they can enjoy the bass-rich fishing lakes. One particular part of the world that has bass-rich waters is a place just south of the U.S. border called Mexico.

There has been a lot of talk about how rich with bass the waters of Mexico are, which is probably why a lot of anglers are interested in visiting. If you are a bass angler looking for some adventure, then Mexico should probably be on your list of places to visit. Here are six places that you should know about in order to make the most of your Mexico bass fishing trip.


Located in the state of Nayarit, Mexico, this 70,000 surface acre lake can produce exceptional catches of bass. One hundred bass per day is common and you always have a chance at a trophy. MEXICO BASS FISHING AT LAKE AGUAMILPA​ is only 90 minutes from Guadalajara, Puerto Vallarta, and Mazatlan.


Lake Baccarac is in the state of Sinaloa, Mexico.

MEXICO BASS FISHING AT LAKE BACCARAC is only 90 miles from the Los Mochis airport. The lake has produced a huge 19lb 10oz  largemouth bass and still holds numerous monster bass.


This is a lake positioned on the Western side of Mexico, 100 miles from the resort city of Mazatlan. Lake Comedero is one of the older lakes in Mexico, which produces relatively large numbers and many double-digit largemouth bass. 



December thru June is prime time for monster bass on this lake located in the state of Sinaloa, Mexico. MEXICO BASS FISHING AT LAKE EL SALTO is only 60 miles from the resort city of Mazatlan on the west coast of Mexico.


Lake Mateos is big (all 55,000 acres of it), beautiful, and full of Trophy Bass! Sound too good to be true? This is such a lake, with unbelievably light fishing pressure. These are the primary reasons why we opened the new trophy bass lodge at Western Mexico’s Lake Mateos. MEXICO BASS FISHING AT LAKE MATEOS is only 40 miles from Culiacan, Mexico.



If you like to catch lots of big bass, this is a great place to visit. It has a reputation of delivering plenty of four to six pound bass virtually any time of the year.  Ten pounders are not uncommon. Recent catches include 326 bass caught by two anglers in one day. MEXICO BASS FISHING AT LAKE OVIACHIC is only 15 miles from Ciudad Obregon Airport.


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