Mexico Largemouth Bass Fishing
Lake El Salto Angler’s Inn
Trek Safaris and Bill Chapman Jr. have once again joined forces to guide you to the biggest largemouth bass of your life. With a ten month season on Lake El Salto, we can literally get you hooked up almost year round. Trek and Angler’s Inn at El Salto are happy to welcome you to the premier bass fishery in the world. More than 20 years ago, the Florida strain Largemouth were introduced into this beautiful body of water and to say they have flourished would be an understatement.
Your Mexico Largemouth Bass fishing trip begins upon landing in the city of Mazatlan where a driver from Angler’s Inn Lodge will transport your group in a comfortable van, loaded with cold drinks, to the lodge, located only 1.5 hours away. The city of Mazatlan itself is a top tourist destination for travelers seeking beautiful beaches in a relaxed setting. Most airline arrivals come from a connection through Mexico City, which is easily reached from most major U.S. cities.
A typical day on the water at El Salto is an eight hour fishing day with lunch and siesta back at the lodge. Each morning, we will discuss the plan of attack for the day. Whether you like to throw crankbaits or flip a jig in wooded cover, your guide will put you on the fish, period. Most anglers use this trip to El Salto to try a new technique that is not typically used on their home lake.
You will be fishing from Tracker boats with Yamaha out boats, which provide the right mix of stealth and speed to optimize your fishing experience. For those anglers who do not want to travel with rods, the lodge does have tackle to rent as well as a tackle shop for anything you may need.
Angler’s Inn Lodge sits just steps away from Lake El Salto and is unlike anything you would imagine in the Mexican Sierra Madres.The lodge amenities include air conditioned rooms with private baths, daily laundry service, satellite TV, and internet service for those who like to stay connected. This lodge was constructed with not only anglers in mind, but their children and spouses as well. From husband and wives to corporate groups, Angler’s Inn delivers beyond expectations.
On this past February 26, Chile announced that U.S. citizens would no longer need to pay the $160 reciprocity fee that was traditionally charged for entering the country. This announcement came two days before the U.S. added Chile to its Visa Waiver Program (VWP) whereby...