Lake Huites - Bass Fishing Lake Huites Lodge
Located in the Mexican state of Sinaloa, Lake Huites is a great producer of quality largemouth bass. Hidden among the mountainous landscape of western Mexico, Lake Huites was initially stocked with Florida-strain largemouth bass. Because of a plentiful food source and a long growing season, the bass are growing at a rate far exceeding their growth rate in the states. The fish are aggressive and will take an assortment of lures. Catches in excess of 100 bass in a day of fishing have been recorded at this lake. Lake Huites Lodge has been widely acknowledged as the newest and most luxurious lodge on the lake.
When at full pool, Lake Huites is a 30,000-acre man-made reservoir that had been initially stocked with Florida strain largemouth bass fingerlings to jump start the fishery. And these bass have taken a liking to the mountainous climate, long growing season and an abundant diet of tilapia and shad. Lake Huites Lodge opened it's doors in October 1998 and it is by far the finest facility on the lake. It was designed and built by folks like you who realize that if you're going to travel that far to go fishing, everything has to be top notch. It's also a place you can feel comfortable about bringing your family to.
Huites Bass Fishing
When conditions are right, skilled anglers are catching in excess of 75 bass a day on Lake Huites and 10 pound plus trophies are being caught with great regularity. The local guides have an intimate knowledge of Lake Huites and will take you to prime structures that concentrate Huites bass.
Lake Huites is located in the foothills of the majestic Sierra Madre mountain range in the state of Sinaloa near the town of Choix and is one of the most beautiful and remote in all of Mexico. To make sure this lake becomes the most famous bass fishery that has ever been opened anywhere in the world, the Mexican officials overseeing this magnificent fishery have designated this lake to be the first catch and release lake in the republic. Of course varying conditions and angling ability will be determining factors in how many fish you catch, but one thing is for sure...the service and hospitality you receive will make your Mexican bass fishing experience a great one!
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