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I’m back from fishing Lake Baccarac in Mexico, and I’m happy to say it was another awesome trip! The fishing was awesome, The food was fantastic and the beverages were non-stop. I caught three bass over 7 pounds, half a dozen or so over 6 pounds, and dozens in the 3-5 pound range.

Unfortunately I did not get one over 10 pounds, which only means I have to go back again until I do. Image
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Lots of fish came on small swimbaits and jigs, but between the 14 of us, everyone was catching fish with everything you can imagine. Spinnerbaits, senkos, a-rigs, topwater.
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great pics! but im wondering.....did yall catch anything else that smelled like fish? :offtopic: :beer: :mrgreen:

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First; NICE HAT!
Some fine fish, there, too.

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Thanks for sharing awesome pictures, you are a very lucky guy.


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How' the dollar doing against the peso?

And, can you bring those fish home, or is it catch and release?

Looks like a great time.
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Wow! Those are monsters! Sounds like a fantastic trip.
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Kismet wrote: 18 Mar 2022, 20:25 How' the dollar doing against the peso?

And, can you bring those fish home, or is it catch and release?

Looks like a great time.
It was roughly 18-20 pesos to a dollar. This place is strictly catch and release unless the fish dies because of a gut hook or something along those lines. I'm happy to say that with 14 of us fishing, there were no fish killed. Matter of fact, we actually saved a Bass that was choking on a Tilapia. I will post that video soon.
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I was looking at this again -- a little wistfully I guess.

That last pic on post #1 sure looks like it could have been 10#. Again, those are monster fish.

I've literally only been able to get out on the boat once so far this year. I hope to get out again in the next week or two. One thing for sure. Jim's fishing report is going to be a hard one to beat! haha.
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