One of Mexico’s hottest bass fishing lake is known as Agua Milpa, which opened in the fall of 1997.
The 70,000 acre lake, one of the most easy to get to of Mexico’s hot bass fishing lake can get to by paved road in 3 hours, either your heading from Guadalajara or Puerto Vallarta or by air to Tepic, Nayarit then a short 45 minute ride to the lodge.
The largemouth bass fish lake was secluded from fishing until the fall of ’97. It is an ideal food base and has an ideal growing temperature for bass fishing making it as their own paradise.
Agua Milpa Lake is loaded with aggressive largemouth bass, averaging from 2 1/2 to 10 pounds. The most numbered healthy bass fish caught was over 50 fish for just 4 hours and the largest fish caught that time weighed six pounds.
The best fishing rigs in Mexico are the bass fishing boats and motors. They are all equipped with new or nearly new outboards, troll motors and swivel fish.
Fishing fanatics from all over the world meet on this lake to try their luck in catching the largest creatures that are hard to find. They are required to have a fishing license either for daily or annual purposes.
Tournaments and most of the fishing activities are coordinated at the Puerto Vallarta Bass Club located at the Lake Agua Milpa or visit Lake Agua Milpa on Facebook.
Read the entire article including sportfishing in Puerto Vallarta at Large Mouth Bass Nation.
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