Hola from Nuevo Vallarta where the August fishing continues to be amazing. We’re coming up on our summertime fishing here in Mexico. The fishing is as hot as the weather. My captains have been reporting inshore fishing is incredible. Water temperatures have been cooler than normal, abundant bait and with the COVID-19 there are fewer boats out on the water. This is increasing our fishing hookups and good size fish. If fishing this summer in Mexico in your vacation plans then Nuevo Vallarta is where you need to be.
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Nuevo Vallarta fishing report for Spring break 2019 is here and in full swing. The fishing is looking good as the fishermen come here on vacation to Nuevo Vallarta Mexico. We had receiving groups fishing from Canada and the United States. With all these clients we couldn’t have had the spectular month that we did last year for all of our trips fishing here. We had a great month fishing with some nice sailfish, mahi – mahi, all kinds of yellowtails and some striped Marlin/ sailfish.
Nuevo Vallarta fishing report October 2018. The abundance of sailfish , Marlin, and mahi – mahi have kept us busy fishing here in Nuevo Vallarta for the larger hot marlin this month. The offshore action right now for October is really and getting better. The most consistent bite has been around the Corbetena or Rock were there has been nice tuna as well. These trips that we’re doing now offshore are 8 to 10 hours and I’ve had some really great success on all the pelagic fish that were fishing for here in Nuevo Vallarta Mexico. The black and blue marlin have been hitting the live bait very well and also some of our black Bart larger lures. The best Vallarta had one on the other day that was almost 700 lb.
The Nuevo Vallarta fishing September 2017 report started with a bunch of nice fish being caught. Mexican Independence Day in Mexico was with some great clients coming to fish for all kinds of pelagic fish. Our groups were mixed, new clients, repeat clients, friends, and families. The family group trips were mostly along the bay fishing for small game like some of the yellowtail, Spanish mackerel, snapper, and roosterfish.