Mexico is a country rich in fishing opportunity! Surrounded by the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, as well as the Sea of Cortez, Mexico fishing has some amazing offshore and deep sea fishing. As well, tons of flats fishing, and inland fishing destinations on rivers and lakes are available. The Mexican beaches are surrounded by an A-list cast of game fish. You can hook a variety of species including bonefish, marlin, sailfish, mahi mahi, tuna, wahoo, the elusive permit, snook, tarpon, and more!
Our Best Mexico Fishing Destinations
Ranked #2 in the World for Sailfishing by Sport Fishing Magazine, this fishing lodge is just 50 nautical miles south of Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo, Puerto Vicente is hidden away from the crowds and traffic. This authentic Mexican fishing community is tucked along the Costa Grande, a 150-mile stretch of pristine pacific coastline.
Productive fishing is found only one mile off the shore from the lodge. This is because the Sierra Madre Mountains that run along Costa Grande extend into the ocean and then immediately drop off, creating deep waters that provide the perfect habitat for migratory trophy fish. The species found in these waters include: Pacific sailfish; Black marlin; dorado; Yellowfin tuna; wahoo; jacks; Spanish mackerel; roosterfish; and snook.
Ascension Bay is renowned as one of the finest saltwater fly fishing destinations in the world for a chance at the Caribbean Super Slam. For most anglers though, the world class permit fishing is the main reasons you would plan a trip at this fly fishing lodge. The second reason would be the chance at your Caribbean Super Slam (tarpon, bonefish, snook and permit in one day of fishing). There aren’t many places where that can be accomplished. This is our most affordable permit fishing lodge!
The 100,000 acre Lake Guerrero is trophy largemouth bass fishery, originally stocked from Florida strain fish. Ten pound bass are caught almost daily by anglers on this lake. Lake Guerrero is a trophy bass fisherman’s dream.