Lake Aguamilpa Bass Fishing

About Lake Aguamilpa

Aguamilpa is a beautiful lake with peaks as high as 6,000 feet, at times towering over the water. Our lodge on Aguamilpa is newly renovated with 18 rooms, so there is plenty of room for large groups. Fishing is usually good to very good with good numbers and a good average size in the 2 to 5 pound range. While you usually do not catch the lunkers like at a couple of the other Mexican lakes 8 pound fish are not uncommon. Lunkers over 8 pounds are not uncommon with more double digit fish being caught due to the improving water quality. Crankbaits, rattletraps, carolina rigs and of course TX rigs predominate with some topwater action early and late and on cloudy days. If you are looking for a good numbers lake, with great scenery, good food and a very nice lodge then compare prices and come on down to Aguamilpa 

Lake Aguamilpa Fishing

The lake was opened for fishing in 1997. A normal day is 80-100 bass per boat with most in the 2-6 pound range with many in the 7-9 pound range. Recently, a new dam and lake were built upstream and it has contributed to better water quality and now the lake is yielding bass over 10 pounds.

Lake Aguamilpa Fishing Packages

4 nights and 3 days of fishing $1399
5 nights 4 days of fishing is $1399
Each extra day $300

Included

Included is transportation to and from the airport, three meals a day including a meal on your arrival day and breakfast on the getaway morning, all of the soft drinks, bottled water, and beer that you desire on the boat and at the lodge, maid service, and two fishermen to a boat with a guide. 

Not included is airfare or tips for the guides and lodge staff. Fishermen are expected to bring their own fishing gear.

What to bring

When 2 travel together, pack your rods in one rod tube.
Always contact your airlines to verify if they will allow you to load the length of your rods.

Pack your tackle and baits including reels if you have line on them in your checked bag.

Include any liquids or jells as you cannot carry them on in your carry on luggage.

Carry your clothes in your carry on along with as many of your soft plastics as you can and still be under your carry on weight limit. You may also consider packing soft plastics in your rod tube.

Tipping & Payment

Tips $25 per fisherman per day paid at the end of your last day of fishing.

Most tip more when you have a great trip. These guides work very hard. $20 per night for the rest of the staff, to be paid to one of the staff members before you depart. 

Deposits are 50% and are non refundable. They can be transferred as sometimes unforeseen events occur which requires a change in dates.

All pricing is done for double occupancy. 2 to a room and 2 to a boat.

Contact us today and let us put you on the fish of a lifetime.

(512) 547-1143 ​

info@bigbassfishingmexico.com