Lake Baccarac - Largemouth Bass
Lake Baccarac is nestled among the forested mountain peaks of the Sierra Madres. The lake is 25-miles long, five miles wide, and 30,000 acres at full pool. The official lake record a 19.1 lb. largemouth bass.
Lake Baccarac Largemouth Bass
Lake Baccarac was stocked in 1978 with Florida strain largemouth bass and is the number one lake in Mexico for ten-pound-plus bass. Terry Hollan built and opened Baccarac Lodge in 2004. Largemouth bass average between five and seven pounds, with phenomenal bass weighing 10- to 15-pounds.
Largemouth Bass Fishing
Season: The Lodge is open September to June for peak fishing and the most favorable weather.
Boats: The Lodge uses 18’ Crestliner boats with 60-HP motors with front and rear trolling motors and depthfinders. 22’ Skeeters are available as an upgrade. You’ll fish two anglers per guide and boat.
Guides: Many of the guides have twenty years or more experience on the lake and speak enough fishing English to effectively communicate with you. They are flexible and will fish as many hours as daylight will allow. You’ll return to the Lodge before the sun sets each day.
Anglers can choose between having lunch on the boat or returning to the Lodge for lunch.
Lake Baccarac Lodge
The Lodge is situated at the edge of Lake Baccarac in the quaint fishing village of Bacurato. The Lodge overlooks Lake Baccarac and the beautiful mountain scenery.
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.
Communications: There is no internet or phone at the Lodge. Cell phones work as there is a tower nearby; however, data fees may be high in Mexico. If it’s necessary that you receive data, we suggest that you contact your provider before arriving to obtain a plan that includes use in Mexico.
You’ll fly to Los Mochis, Mexico. AeroMexico is the airline servicing Los Mochis. It's a three-hour drive from Los Mochis to the Lodge, and the ground transfer is included in the package. Several options are available, including a private air charter to a 5,200 foot paved landing strip only 10-minutes from the Lodge.
The cooking staff provides a delightful array of dishes, including steaks, a variety of seafood, and an elaborate Mexican dinner. Freshly made chips and salsa, along with frosty cold margaritas, are on hand to hold you over until dinner is served.
2018 USD Rates:
4-nights and 3-days guided fishing
$1,695.00 per person
5-nights and 4-days guided fishing
$1,975.00 per person
6-nights and 5-days guided fishing
$2,245.00 per person
7-nights and 6-days guided fishing
$2,465.00 per person
Additional half day of fishing:
$225.00 per half day
3-anglers per room and boat,
We do not recommend this option as the boat is cramped.
4-nights and 3-days guided fishing
$1,395.00 per person
Non-angler sharing room:
$115.00 per person per day
There are very few activities here for the non-angler.
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, items of a personal nature, and anything not mentioned under inclusions. All passengers departing from Mexico on international flights must pay a departure tax, approx $65.00. Some airlines include this as a prepaid part of your ticket. If not, it is payable at the airport when leaving Mexico.