Choose Huites Lake In Mexico For Bass Fishing
Mexico bass fishing information, map and directions.
Located north of Los Mochas, in the state of Sinaloa, Huites is one of the many product bass impoundments in Mexico. The lake is thirty miles long with 30,000 surface acres.
Travel To Huites
You can reach Huites via Mexico Highway 15 through Cuidad Obregon, which is about 450 miles south of the US border. Then east approximately 75 miles off the highway to the lake.
Approximate distance from USA border: 525 miles
Approximate travel time from US border: 12 hours
Map To Huites
Bass Fishing At Huites
This lake has had many years of catch and release only fishing, with no commercial fishing. So it is populated with significant schools of large bass. Lunkers over ten pounds are quite common at Huites. On a good day you can catch fifty, sixty or more big bass.
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Weather & Average Temperatures
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All travel into Mexico from the United States requires a passport for entry into Mexico and return to the United States. If you are traveling by vehicle you will be required to have proper vehicle registration and drivers license. If you bring a boat, proper vehicle registration will be required for both the boat and trailer. Make certain all documents are current.
Mexico insurance is also required for travel in Mexico.
For fishing in Mexico, a Mexican Sport Fishing License is required. Additionally boating permits may be required to fish Huites lake in Mexico.
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General Fishing Info
Any time you travel outside the USA, be aware that you are subject to local law governing the area you are to visit. As a general rule, travel to lakes in Mexico is considered safe. However, there are reports of unrest and violence between competing drug cartels, and Mexico law enforcement. Most of this activity in confined to areas away from the bass fishing lakes. Some of the border towns and population centers in Mexico experience higher than normal levels of crime and violence. Often, American border town information centers can advise regarding cartel activity in neighboring Mexico border towns. It is always best to caravan, stay on the main highways and be aware of what's going on around you.