Lake Baccarac, the best big bass lake in the entire world, was stocked in 1978 with a strain of Florida largemouth bass. The first fishing season was beyond most angler’s dreams and the lake has been improving every year.

The lake is approximately 25 miles long and 5 miles wide. It is nestled among green forested mountain peaks.

The fishing lodge is ideally located in the town of Bacubirito, an old gold mining town. It is best reached from Los Mochis by private or charter plane. The landing strip at the lodge is paved and 5,200 feet long.
The lodge is just 20 minutes from the lake and has all the modern comforts. Guests relax in air conditioned rooms surrounding a central courtyard with a charming patio area where they gather for Margaritas after a successful day of fishing. All rooms have hot and cold running water and good showers along with ice, purified water and setups for your convenience.

Lake Record Bass, 19.10 pounds, was caught by Mr. Bruce Knutson, in January of 1993. It is a record that includes all Latin American countries, including Cuba. We sincerely believe that the next World Record Largemouth Bass will be caught at Lake Baccarac, within the next couple of years, as many anglers claim to have hooked and lost fish well over 20 pounds.

The average angler can expect to catch, at least one, 10 to 11 pound bass.

Guests visiting our fishing lodge at Baccarac enjoy first class accommodations! Private rooms for single or double occupancy; spacious cabins to comfortably accommodate 4 to 6 anglers, air conditioning, ornamental tile showers, hot and cold running water, bottled drinking water and setups in every room.

The wing off our main dining room accommodates larger groups and it is available for that special conference. Satellite TV in the recreation alcove adjoining the main dining room will keep you informed of world news, sports and weather.

Our courteous dining room staff is at your beck and call. They are eager to serve and please you. And watch out for our Margaritas, they are on us!!!

Our 5,200 foot, paved landing field, is 110 feet wide and will accommodate Lear Jets and Citations. It is guarded by a platoon of soldiers 24 hours a day. Call ahead for instructions and circle the field before landing. Los Mochis, 30 minutes away is a good alternate. GPS coordinates of the field will be provided with your reservation confirmation along with your suggested itinerary and list of tackle and supplies that you should bring.

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