2005

Slower Than Last Week

Date:
29-01-2005
   
Name:
Rene Salazar
Email:
fishing@mexicanadventures.com
   
Hottest Baits:
senkos
Hottest Colors:
white
   
Time of Day:
all week

Details:

This week was slower than the previous week due the drop in water temp. The rains still have the lake the high and cooler water is making the fish hold very tight to the new cover. The average boat caught 40 fish a day with still some fish in the 9 to 10 pound range. Green lizzards and white senkos worked well this week.

Big Fish!

Date:
13-01-2005
   
Name:
Rene Salazar
Email:
fishing@mexicanadventures.com
   
Hottest Baits:
Mad Man Lizzards
Hottest Colors:
green pumkin
   
Time of Day:
Jan 10th, Jan 11th

Details:

Lake Baccarac has got to the best the Grande lake is Mexico. I have never seen so many big fish. Today Mr Ham catch one over 9 and one 10 pounds. Yesterday we had a 14.3 caught with our best boat catching 78 fish for the day. Most all where caught on Lizzards. Last week 14 fish over 11 pounds. The water is very high and the fish have lots of new cover to hind in but our guides are finding the best spots that have the best production. The lake is still getting rain water from the rivers

A Great Day!

Date:
08-01-2005
   
Name:
Rene Salazar
Email:
fishing@mexicanadventures.com
   
Hottest Baits:
Lizzards, worms
Hottest Colors:
watermelon
   
Time of Day:
all

Details:

At Lake Baccarac Lodge today we had great day. William Blackwell of El PAso caught a nice 12.7 pound bass using watermelon lizard with a yellow tail. The numbers per boat are getting better and we are starting to have some top water action in the late afternoon. Today the bigger fish where in 22 ft of water

Best Fishing So Far!

Date:
06-01-2005
   
Name:
Rene Salazar
Email:
fishing@mexicanadventures.com
   
Hottest Baits:
8 inch worms
Hottest Colors:
watermelon, chartreuse tail
   
Time of Day:
all day

Details:

Today at Lake Baccarac Lodge, the fishing has gotten very good and been the most productive fishing we have had in five weeks. Jim Baker of El Paso caught an 11.7 in 16 feet of water with a watermelon worm with a chartreuse tail. Tetsuya Oyama of Japan found many fish over nine pounds fishing with a Gary Yamamoto pumpkin 8 inch grub. The numbers are improving daily - some boats catching 45 to 50 fish a day between 6 and 7 lbs. With the passing of the recent cold front, fishing is improving every session.

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