Adventures in Mexico
Adventures in Mexico™ brings the excitement of the Mexican bass hunt to the homes of Web users around the world. The Web pages were designed by Pat McCarty to attract fishermen to the excellent resources that Mexico has to offer. Mexico offers the bass angler the finest bass fishing in the world and McCarty presents the very finest bass fishing adventure trips in Mexico. The pages can be found at www.texs.com/mexico/. Lake Comedero is “Mexico’s Greatest Bass Fishing Hotspot.” Located 100 miles northeast of the popular resort, Mazatlan, the secluded mountain lake of the Sierra Madres offers the adventurous angler cool, clear water teeming with thousands of hungry black bass. Lake Comedero sees no “best fishing season” all year, averaging daily catches in excess of 100 bass per boat during any season. Lake El Salto is called “the world’s greatest bass fishing lunker hole.” This is the newest bass fishing lake Mexico has to offer and is located 50 miles north of Mazatlan. El Salto has the largest population of trophy size bass of any lake in the world. Lake Oviachic is known as “Mexico’s most accessible bass fishing hotspot.” It is located on the west bank of Mexico on the Gulf of California. The Adventures in Mexico™ pages have information available on other Mexican lakes as well including Presa Espanola, Presa Los Mimbres, Presa Cuchillo, Cajon de Pena, and the famous Lake Guerrero, possibly the oldest and most popular of Mexico’s bass fishing lakes. Lake Guerrero is located just 165 miles south of the Texas border, just a three-hour drive from Texas. Each lake is fully described on its own “page” and all the information needed, including lodging facilities, costs, best lures, transportation information, fish limits fopr each lake, weather, guide services, and other general information is listed for each lake. Mexico has often been overlooked as a getaway location except for the heavily trafficked resort cities. Some of the world’s most beautiful natural scenic resources can be found here in its pristine state. Mexico has something for everyone from its tropical rain forests, rugged mountains, lakes and streams to its scenic deserts and white sandy beaches. Mexico is a hunting and fishing paradise where you will find a lack of hunting or fishing pressure and many out-of-the-way dream destinations. Another favorite sportfishing destination of McCarty’s is Puerto Vallarta. A new Web page has just been completed that will introduce the world to the unbelievably picturesque Puerto Vallarta. Marlin and sailfish are popular sport fish here and Cajon de Pena, a lake nestled in the scenic mountains of the Sierra Madre range, offers excellent bass fishing. This page can be found at www.ibweb.com/viva. If these fishing spots don’t hold enough adventure for you, try Pea***** Bass Fishing on Lake Guri in Venezuela. Bass Adventures, America’s leading international fishing outfitter has made all the arrangements and are just waiting to give you the adventure of a lifetime. You’ve never really fished for bass until you take on the Pea***** Bass of the Amazons! You can find more information on this fascinating adventure at www.pea*****trips.com . Whatever type of fishing venture you’re in the mood for, let Pat McCarty’s web pages guide you to the best fishing experience available.
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