Totally recommended! Just get your fishing pole and come here!
Not everyone knows, but less than 1 hour from Mazatlán Sinaloa. - 45 minutes to be more precise - you can have one of the most intense and comforting fishing experiences in the country. There, clustered in the country zone of Mazatlán, you can find the lake Picachos in the town of San Marcos. Bass fishing at lake Picachos is unforgettable.
To go bass fishing at the lake Picachos with the sunrise is one of the most revitalizing and intense experiences. If you consider the beautiful landscape and the thrilling session of nothing less than 45 caught (fish caught) depending on your skills, which is the highest average in the country. To conclude on a high note, you can also have an afternoon fishing session, as intense as the morning one but with a sunset view.
Lake Picachos is a sustainable mass of water. With an exemplary catch and release model, thus preserving the largemouth bass population. This lake is outfitted with all the necessary commodities, so you can have the most perfect outdoor experience, with bank-side cabins, first class boats, friendly tour guides, and a delicious restaurant.
A lake where you can fish for largemouth bass of all types and sizes. An ideal lake to experiment with all the arrangements being the most common ones the Texas, Free gig, Drop shop. Don't forget to bring topwater lures to see the bass in action attacking. You can also catch catfish and Tilapia.
The easiest and most commercial access is by taking a flight to Mazatlan International Airport in Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico. We will pick you up and take you to the camp which is about an hour away.
If you prefer to arrive by car, you can take highway number 15 Mazatlan - Culiacan, arriving at Habal you take the Habal - La noria highway. A road with breathtaking scenery and very safe.
Catch and release
At nomonday we are convinced that the most important contribution an angler can make to the habitat of his fishing spot is by practicing catch and release. We invite you to adopt and respect this practice and promote it with all your fishing friends.