Lake Baccarac - Largemouth Bass
Lake Baccarac is the number one lake in Mexico for ten-pound-plus bass. Lake Baccarac was stocked in 1978 with Florida strain largemouth bass. The lake is 25 miles long and five miles wide and holds the Central American record with a 19.1 lb. bass.
Lake Baccarac Largemouth Bass
Terry Hollan built and opened Baccarac Lodge in 2004, and each season has produced phenomenal bass: 14 pounds, 15 pounds, and so many fish over 10 pounds that they’ve lost count. Good numbers of bass in the five to seven-pound range have also been landed. Most of their guides have twenty years or more experience on this lake. You’ll fish from 18’ Crestliners with 60 h.p. motors with front and rear trolling motors and depth finders. The lodge is open September to June for peak fishing and the most favorable weather. The beautiful Lake Baccarac is nestled among the forested mountain peaks of the Sierra Madres.
Largemouth Bass Fishing
The lodge uses 18’ Crestliner boats with 60-h.p. motors with front and rear trolling motors and depthfinders. Also available is the upgrade to 22’ Skeeters. You’ll fish two anglers per guide. Many of the guides have twenty years or more experience on Lake Baccarac.
Lake Baccarac Lodge
Double occupancy air-conditioned rooms overlook the lake, and are complete with two queen beds, private bath and filtered water. The economy rooms have three queen-size beds, and sleep three to a room. The lodge accommodates 32 anglers. There is no internet at the Lodge nor a phone to use.
You’ll fly into Los Mochis, Mexico. The airline servicing Los Mochis is AeroMexico. It's a three-hour drive from Los Mochis to the lodge, and the transfer is included in the package price. Several options are available, including a private air charter - and a landing strip only ten minutes away.
2017 Rates: double-occupancy, price per person
4-nights and 3-days guided fishing
5-nights and 4-days guided fishing
6-nights and 5-days guided fishing
7-nights and 6-days guided fishing
Additional half day of fishing
$175.00 per half day
Non-fishing guest or...
$115.00 per day Economy Rooms:
3-anglers per room and boat, we do not recommend this option as the boat is cramped.
4-nights and 3-days guided fishing
Ground transportation from Los Mochis or local airstrip, double occupancy accommodations, daily maid service, all meals, margaritas, beer, soft drinks, filtered water, guided fishing, fishing license and beverages while fishing.
Packages do not include:
International or private airfare, gratuities, fishing equipment, lures, and items of a personal nature. All passengers departing from Mexico on international flights must pay a departure tax (approx. $18.00 - $29.00 USD as of 2016). Some airlines include this as a prepaid part of your ticket. If not, it is payable at the airport when leaving Mexico.
As of March 1, 2010, all U.S. citizens, including children, must present a valid passport, book or card, for travel into Mexico. Passports should be in good condition with at least six months validity. If a parent is bringing a minor child into Mexico unaccompanied by the other parent, you’ll need a notarized letter from the parent not making the trip, giving permission to the traveling parent to bring the child into Mexico. As of January 2, 2002, Mexico requires Non-U.S. Born Americans from certain countries to have an “Entry Visa” to be able to enter Mexico. The list of countries is changing daily, and it is highly advised to consult your nearest Mexican Consulate for the most current list and applications.