2007

Warming

Date:
25-02-2007
   
Name:
Lake Baccarac Lodge
Email:
fishing@mexicanadventures.com
   
Hottest Baits:
spinnerbaits and green lizards
Hottest Colors:
   
Time of Day:
all day

Details:

With the water temperature now warming up to 71 -72 degrees, the numbers of big fish between 5 and 8 lbs. being caught in the back of the coves and the shallows is staggering. Most all at the lodge have stories of losing giants or seeing giants. Ron Davenport's group from Amarillo left the lodge reporting the best trip to Baccarac yet. Lloyd Croslin of Lubbock caught a 12.13 using a watermelon red brushhog. Dr. Larsen Brown caught a 10.4, a 10.8 and an 11.1 fishing the shallows. Julian definitely got top guide honors this week, winning the big fish pot for the Andrus group just returning. Sonny Talkington, on the water every day, says we'll start seeing some incredible topwater if the water will warm up another two to three degrees.

Great trip at the lodge!

Date:
17-02-2007
   
Name:
Gil Wright
Email:
fishing@mexicanadventures.com
   
Hottest Baits:
Hottest Colors:
   
Time of Day:
all day

Details:

Great trip at the lodge! Andy Archbald of Oklahoma won the Great Oklahoma vs. Kansas Fishoff, winning almost $2000 from our big bass pot and also a free return trip to the lodge. Our group caught 38 fish over 7 lbs., two fish over 11 lbs., two fish over 10 lbs., five fish over 9 lbs. and eight people broke their personal best, and in one day, managed to catch 108 bass. I witnessed my good friend, Joe Gann, catch a beautiful 11 1/2 lber on his first cast Wednesday afternoon, using a bright yellow 7 inch senko. Papachaw is definitely holding the bigger bass. Rancho Padre is holding the numbers. We flew private charter and this made the trip very memorable.

Bigger Fish

Date:
16-02-2007
   
Name:
Terry Hollan
Email:
fishing@mexicanadventures.com
   
Hottest Baits:
flukes, 7" senkos, topwater
Hottest Colors:
watermelon, solid yellow
   
Time of Day:
Feb 12, 13 ,14

Details:

THe bigger fish are showing up again at Baccarac. Jeff Kickla caught a nice 13.8 and a 13.3, using watermelon senkos Enrique clients landed a 11.8 and 10.0. on topwater. Joe Gann on his first cast of the day landed a 11.4 Also serveral nice fish in the 8 to 9 pound range caught. The numbers of fish being caught is much better than a week ago and the size is getting better. The water temp is back to 70.1 degrees

Getting Better

Date:
10-02-2007
   
Name:
Rene Salazar
Email:
fishing@mexicanadventures.com
   
Hottest Baits:
flukes, senkos, spinnerbaits, topwater
Hottest Colors:
   
Time of Day:
all

Details:

The fishing at Baccarac right is getting better after all the cold fronts and the new water. I would consider the fishing to be rated as good but not excellent yet. You can go towards the ranch and catch 100 plus day but of the fish are the smaller ones. Randy Hiesler and his group did catch two over 10 today. Spinnerbaits producing along with crankbaits. The bigger fish are suspended. We are seeing more and more spawning fish in he back on the coves. The water temp is 68.5 degrees

Better Weather

Date:
08-02-2007
   
Name:
Terry Hollan
Email:
fishing@mexicanadventures.com
   
Hottest Baits:
Hottest Colors:
   
Time of Day:

Details:

Thanks goodness we are having some better weather. Also congrats to Louie Myer on his 10.4 pounder caught yesterday on topwater.The fishing is still a little rough compared to a month ago but we are managing to get at least one good session in per day. Much better than a few days ago.Big senkos, big spinnerbaits, medium crankbaits, and some topwater. The ranch area is offering the best numbers and the main lake points are holding the bigger fish, but the main lake point’s right are not very productive. The fish are moving, it seems like moving all day long and biting at different times every day.Soon the water will warm and the consistent bite will return.

See at the Lake

Terry Hollan

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