Name: Anglers Inn Lake Mateos
All Anglers Inn properties in Mexico experienced record low temperatures. Mazatlan, El Salto and Mateos recorded lows in the low 30s for the months of January and February, but that didn’t stop the action. The usual numbers weren’t there in those months, but anglers were reporting solid numbers with big bass being caught. Warmer temperatures bring better fishing. This month, the bite has been picking up in a big way. The springtime bite has busted on the scene at all Mexico locations, giving anglers a reason once again to flock to Anglers Inn.
The hot baits from both El Salto and Mateos are 8-inch Zoom Lizards, 5-6 inch Senkos, 4” and 5” swimbaits, crankbaits and Rat L Traps. The ever-popular Black/Blue 10-inch worms are always working this time of year. In short, this means that whatever technique anglers want to use works to catch big bass on El Salto and Mateos.
We’ve been seeing a rise on Mateos waters as well. The cool down suspended those fish as well, but the bulk of our anglers were cashing in with big numbers. Seasoned Lake Mateos visitor, Mike Marrone enjoyed another voyage to one of his favorite fishing spots this past March and had an unbelievable time.
“Another trip to Lake Mateos is in the books. I must say that the team at Mateos headed by Ramon and Julio is customer service excellence at its finest. The service that I’ve experienced at the Anglers Inn International resort on Lake Mateos is unlike any experience. The entire staff goes above and beyond the call of duty to make my stay enjoyable. The fishing, though a little tougher than our previous trip, was still solid. I averaged a little over 20 fish per day with some nice quality fish in the mix. On one of the stops my partner and I fished a high spot in the middle section of the lake and we nailed two nine-pound lunkers. These two fish were caught in the same spot within three casts of each other. We also went on to nail a seven pounder and two other fish over the five-pound mark off the same spot. The primary hot bait we used was the Citrus Shad pattern Fat Free Shad the medium size. We also had success on the Zoom 8-inch Lizards in Watermelon/Red and Watermelon with Chartreuse Tails Texas-rigged. The other group we were with found windy banks and made parallel casts at about 15 to 20 feet depth and kept the bait bouncing along the bottom in their most productive depths. I also caught several quality fish on the River to Sea white 4-inch swimbait, bottom bouncing on the high spots in the lake. Bottom line, it was another great experience and I will return.”
Contact Us to Catch Trophy Bass at Anglers Inn Lake Mateos or Lake El Salto Toll Free 888-479-BASS (2277)
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