Take it outside and fish for monster bass on Lake El Salto, the world's most famous bass fishing lake. Spend three days and three nights in a first-class fishing lodge with a free massage, open bar and gourmet meals included for ultimate relaxation and excellent fishing on this trip of a lifetime.
Mexico’s prestigious Lake El Salto is the most famous bass fishing lake in the world. This reputation has been developed due to the thousands of huge bass that have been caught and released back in to the lake every year. There is never a bad time to fish on this lake and anglers continue to come back because of their wonderful fishing experiences. If you are a bass fisherman, this trip should definitely be on your bucket list.
During this trip, anglers will stay right on the water’s edge in a first-class fishing lodge. This lodge is a six building camp with a restaurant overlooking beautiful Lake El Salto. Each house has its own private bathroom complete with shower. The restaurant has a large 20 foot indoor aquarium with trophy bass exceeding 10 pounds and you will be able to keep up with your favorite sports teams on its large satellite T.V.
Although the lodge's prevailing breezes from the nearby Pacific Ocean assure great comfort all year, each room has its own air conditioning for even greater comfort.
The food is simply wonderful. This lodge's chef prepares a mixture of American, Mexican and local seafood dishes that will please the most discerning of palates. Mazatlan, with its fantastic beaches, is your gateway city to both El Salto and Comedero lakes and is serviced by airlines from all over the U.S.A. If desired, you may be picked up at the airport and transported directly to the lake by professional drivers.
The camp boats are a new fleet of American bass boats made by Express boat company in Arkansas. They have steering wheels, livewells, front trollers and Yamaha outboards. They are simply the best fishing boats in all of Mexico!
This outfitter posts a daily fishing report. These daily reports will give the top three performing boats each day and will include the number, weight and size of fish caught. Also, the report includes the baits used and colors, plus the depth of water the fish are caught in. This report also gives the weather with high and low temperatures.
With these daily reports you can prepare extremely well for your trip. You will know what clothing, lures and lure colors to bring so your trip will be a guaranteed success.
Each morning you will be awakened by the camp manager. His staff will bring coffee and fresh orange juice to your room. This all happens about one hour before daylight. You will then proceed to the restaurant for a wonderful breakfast.
After breakfast your guide will carry your fishing tackle to the boat while you walk from your room to your boat, which takes about one minute. You will leave the dock at safe light and fish until 11:30 am, returning to the camp for a noon lunch and siesta.
Most fishermen return to the lake about 2 pm and end their days just before dark.
One of the very best things about this lodge being at the water’s edge is that each client can set their own schedule, leaving and returning to camp when you desire. No van rides or waiting on a van, bus or other fishermen to come in from the lake will be necessary.
The food has been described by previous guests as "simply fantastic". This lodge has always gone the extra mile to prepare excellent food over the past 36 years. The food is served on a steam table so it is always hot and clients don’t have to wait on their food. You can go back for more as often as you wish. No one goes hungry.
All our meals are supervised by the head cook who has been with this lodge for 16 years. The meals are delicious and represent a wide variety of foods. The highlight meal is steak, lobster and baked potato night. Guest will dine on a fine tender grain-fed American ribeye steak grilled over mesquite wood. If that weren’t enough, you also get a whole lobster tail fresh out of the nearby Sea of Cortez. Every meal will have salads, beans, soup, french fries, etc. All meals have a wide variety of breads including Mexican bolios, tortillas – both corn and flour – regular sliced white bread, Jiffy cornbread and Pillsbury biscuits at breakfast.
Other meals include fresh fried shrimp from the nearby ocean, one night of great Mexican food typical of the area and a variety of other meals. Each meal will be followed by a delicious dessert; pies, cakes and Mexican flan are all client favorites.
If all that weren't enough, this lodge has three different flavors of delicious ice cream available all day and night in the restaurant. You can also eat all you wish day or night. To top off the restaurant service, there is an open bar with a mix of American and domestic liquor.
What to Bring
• Fishing License
• Fishing lures and tackle
• Climate appropriate clothing
• Slip resistant footwear
• Personal care items
• Money for gratuities