Lake Huites, Super Bass Fishing in Mexico

 

 

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To all a good bite ......

Walt Reynolds, Touring Pro

 

October 27th, 1999 

Every few years a new lake becomes available that makes bass fishermen feel like they are in heaven. This time the new lake is Lake Huites in the country of Mexico. Located about 180 miles from Los Mochas in the Sierra Madras mountains, it is a rather remote area with little outside traffic other than bass fishermen going to the lake.

Lake Huites, Mexico

The lake view from the lodge.

Campo Buena Vista ( meaning "beautiful view" ) is a great place to base your bass fishing trip out of. It is brand new, clean, and the service is outstanding. They have nice boats with very capable local guides to take you to the best areas. The food is very good and is prepared fresh daily by the camp chef. Steaks, seafood, and native cuisine are served under the open air Papal overlooking the lake. The lodge houses 26 guests, and has been custom designed with your comfort in mind. The rooms are extremely clean, air-conditioned, with ceiling fans and have maid service twice daily. It is without a doubt the finest facility of its kind.

On a recent filming trip in October 1999, Walt Reynolds and Larry Jones hosted a group of amateur fishermen at Campo Buena Vista with outstanding results. There were many fish in the 8 to 11 pound class caught. So many in fact that we heard ' another small one" a lot of times when a 6 pounder was caught. Over 1,000 bass, over 2 1/2 pounds, were caught and released in just four days by the fishermen. Most of the fish were caught on a Ninja Spinner Bait by Gambler Lures and the hot new Gambler Baby Bacon Rind fished Texas rigged. There was also lots of topwater action in the early and late hours of each day.

FISHING Huites is an incredible new lake, average catches are 100-150 fish per boat per day (depending on ability), and with the average size being 3-4 lbs. and many 8-10 pounders as well. The Lake Record is 16 lbs.! Those of you that remember the opening of Guerrero, Baccarac and Comedero will appreciate the opportunity to fish this great new lake. Fishing is strictly catch and release.

Walt Reynolds, BASS Touring Pro with eleven and half pound bass.

"Walt Reynolds with 11 1/2 pound Huites bass."

GENERAL INFORMATION

 

Fishing Lures: Check with us prior to your departure for an update on the best lures.
Boats: The boats are new custom designed American built, 17.5' Logic boats. Built in North Carolina with swivel seats, life jackets, nets and drinks coolers. All boats are equipped with trolling motors and depth finders.

"Boats at Campo Buena Vista"

Motors: The motors are new 55 and 65 horsepower Johnson Commercial outboards.
Weather: From October until early July, expect a high of 80-85 degrees and a low of 55-65 degrees. The prime time for visiting Lake Huites is October until June.

 

LAKE HUITES FISHING PACKAGES 

                       Includes: 
                           Three (3) meals per day 
                           Excellent guides and boats 
                           All the beer, colas and margaritas you can drink! 
                           Great fishing
                           Double Occupancy room in the lodge with private bath


                       OVERVIEW OF TRIP

                       5-Day: 
                           Day 1 - Arrive in the evening for a 4 night/3 day fishing trip 
                           Day 2-4 Fish all day 
                           Day 5 - Depart for Return Home 


                       PRICING: 

                            From Oct. 9, 1999 - Dec. 31, 2000 Lakeside $995.00 per person
                            $350.00 per extra Fishing Day - per person.
                            From Jan 1, 2000 - June 30, 2000 $1195.00 per person
                            $350.00 per extra Fishing Day - per person.

"Having fished many lakes from the Equator to the North Pole, I assure you that this is one of those Must Fish places for any serious bass fisherman."
BASS Touring Pro, Walt Reynolds

 

 

 

 

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