by Roxanna Brock McDade
by Mexico Premiere (www.MexicoPremiere.com)
Every year, more and more people are becoming interested in bass fishing, whether as a sport, or simply as an activity that they can share with their family and friends. With this growing interest in bass fishing, more and more areas of the world are being explored by beginner and professional bass anglers alike, hoping that they would find a great spot where they can enjoy the bass-rich fishing lakes. One particular part of the world that has bass-rich waters is a place just south of the border called Mexico.
There has been a lot of talk about how rich with bass the waters of Mexico are, which is probably why a lot of anglers are interested in visiting. If you are a bass angler looking for some adventure, then Mexico should probably be on your list of places to go to. Here are a couple of places that you should know about in order to make the most out of your Mexico bass fishing trip.
Lake El Santo
One of the four greatest black bass lakes in the world, Lake El Santo should definitely be one of the bass fishing destinations you visit when you in Mexico. This is one of four lakes positioned on the Western side of the Mexican coast. Although this particular lake is associated with the other three great black bass lakes, each one of these lakes differs in the amount of black bass that are residing in them. The newer the lakes are, the greater the number of black bass that are present. However, the size of the black bass is not as large as those located in the older lakes. In Lake El Santo, the black bass are relatively large in size.
Lake Agua Milpa
Lake Agua Milpa, which is another one of the great four black bass lakes in Mexico, is known to have a considerable number of black bass in its waters, which means that it is one of the newer lakes. Although the black bass in this particular lake are numerous, their size is not very large.
Lake Huites, which is also another of the great four black bass lakes in Mexico, is believed to contain a large number of black bass that are relatively large in size. This is one of the lakes you want to consider visiting, especially if you want to be able to catch a lot of good sized fish.
Lake Baccarac is the last of the four great black bass lakes in Mexico, and has some of the larger-sized bass. Taking a trip to this lake for bass fishing can be an anglers dream come true, especially if you can snag one of the relatively large bass.
Lake Guerrero is one of the two great lakes situated on the East side of Mexico, and is perfect for bass fishing. Its waters hold numerous quantities of decent-sized bass. Some of the bass caught here even reached over 10 lbs. in weight.
Lake El Cuchillo
Lake El Cuchillo is located about 100 miles from the Mexican/Texan Border, and is reported to have resulted in some amazing bass catches.
These notable bass fishing in Mexico could be a direct result of the excellent growing weather, which actually extends the growing period for most bass, thereby allowing them to grow more for longer. Also, since Mexico has a very low fishing pressure, there is actually no abuse of bass fishing in their lakes, ensuring that the bass population in these lakes can continue to grow into a much larger size, as well as continue to increase in numbers. It is a rare site to will see over 50 bass fishing boats at a time in the bass fishing lakes of Mexico, something which other bass-rich countries, like the U.S., is not able to monitor and control.
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