Lake Baccarac Bass Fishing
About Lake Baccarac
The Legendary Big Bass Lake, South of the Border in Old Mexico. For 30 years Baccarac has been producing huge bass. Baccarac is probably the only lake in the world where a fisherman has a real chance at catching a bass over 13 pounds on any given day. The official lake record is 19.10 pounds but there are reports of fish over 20 pounds that were found in the local tilapia fishermen nets and others reported some Grande Bass found floating with a tilapia stuck in their throat. The numbers of fish in the 8 plus category is astounding. Fly into Los Mochis or Culican and then we will pick you up at the airport for the scenic drive to the lodge. Everything is included except for airfare and tips. Join us on this 33.000 acre jewell in the Sierra Madre Occidental Mountains for the bass fishing trip of a lifetime.
Lake Baccarac Fishing & Lodging
Lake Baccarac is known throughout the bass fishing world as the best lake for the opportunity to catch a bass over 13 pounds. Double digit bass are plentiful but you have a real opportunity to catch a bass over 13 pounds. Lake Baccarac is a 35,000 acre impoundment on the Sinaloa river about 2 and a half hours away from Los Mochis by motor vehicle.
Baccarac provides a fishery where large numbers of bass can be caught but the real lure of this lake is the opportunity for monster bass. We have a very nice lodge with great food provided. Beer, soft drinks and water are all provided free with your package.
Lake Baccarac Fishing Packages
$1499 for 4 nights & 3 days of fishing
$300 per extra day
$175 per extra half day
$110 per non fishing guest per day
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.