BASS FISHING MEXICO
LAKE RECORD 14 LBS 6 OZ - 70 MILES LONG - 330 MILES SHORELINE - 1 1/2 TO 2 HOURS TO MAZATLAN
Lake Aguamilpa may be the best Mexican bass lake “you’ve never heard of.” That puts it among the very best bass fishing waters in the world. Located at an elevation of more than 2,600 feet above sea level, Aguamilpa is home to colorful parrots and other exotic creatures, as well as four beautiful waterfalls. But it is the mind-boggling abundance of quality bass swimming in these waters that remains the calling card of Aguamilpa.
With a growth rate estimated by Mexican biologists at 2 pounds per year, Lake Aguamilpa’s bass population gets noticeably bigger each season. Believe it or not, some bass fishermen have reported catching over 10 lb bass and as many as 400 bass per boat in a single day. Most of them use traditional bass fishing methods; but fly fishing for bass is also popular.
There is much more to Aguamilpa than just its good looks and charm. You might not be aware of it, but Aguamilpa deserves to be rated as the best numbers lake south of the border; and these numbers have some size to them. To fish Lake Aguamilpa is to be impressed with both the consistent action and average quality size of the bass. No Tilapia nets March thru June