Mexico bass fishing trips for the Mexico bass fishing enthusiasts at Lake El Salto, Lake Comedero, Lake Mateos, Lake Guerrero, Lake Baccarac,
Lake Huites and Lake Agua Milpa. All these Mexico bass fishing lakes provide great bass fishing. Brazil peacock bass fishing on the Amazon River and Mexico hunting trips are also available.

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The Finest Trophy Bass Fishing on Lake Mateos

lake mateos mexico bass fishing lakesNestled in the state of Sinaloa in the Sierra Madre Mountains of western Mexico, Lake Mateos is a picturesque lake that has loads of flats, rock islands, bluff shorelines, and rocky points. From the late 1980s through the early 1990s, Mateos was as good as any Mexican bass lake ever, if not better, and it got glowing reviews from writers who visited. Fishing here was hotter than chili peppers at that time, when most visitors landed a hundred bass per person per day, and many of them caught two or more bass 10 pounds or better in a day. Some people called it the best spinnerbait and topwater lake ever. It was (and still is) a safe lake, with no road from hell drive to get there. Bass fishing abruptly ceased, however, when the lake was nearly drained of all its water in 1994 for agricultural use. The lake refilled and levels have been stable for many years.

From the time it closed until now there have been no American bass fishermen, and very few Mexican bass fishermen who have been there.

There still exists a fish hatchery on Mateos, which has supplied Florida strain largemouth bass to other lakes in Mexico


lake mateos mexico bass fishingFishing on Lake Mateos at this particular time is an
angler’s dream come true! Phenomenal numbers have been caught, and, like in the past, two good anglers can currently expect to catch 100 to 200 fish per boat per day, including trophy fish (depending on ability). Mateos is a world-class topwater and spinnerbait lake. All your favorite baits will work. During its earlier fishing lifetime, Mateos anglers did not need to fish more than 25 feet deep to catch big bass (unlike other mountain lakes), and this still holds true. You do not need to be a pro to catch fish here! As for trophy fish, the potential is excellent. The lake produced many fish in the 14-16 pound class. Our first groups will have an opportunity to catch the big bass that we know are there, and establish a new benchmark.

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Kent Clifton

Westside Adventures
2031 N. Hwy. 19
Emory TX. 75440
For available dates
e-mail or call Kent in Texas

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