Mexico Bass Fishing | El Salto Lake
1. Lobina Lures Rio Rico poppers or Yellow Magics: white, white w / sparkles, bleeding shad
2. Yamamoto Senkos, Yum Dingers or Bass Pro Stinkos 5" & 6": watermelon, watermelon red flake and black w/ blue flake
3. Storm WildEye 4" Swim Shads: shad, white w / chartreuse top and pearl
4. Berkley Power Worms: 10" black w / blue tail and watermelon
5. Reaction Skinny Dippers ( Color: Penetration ) Texas Style
This past September has been a big month for the Chapman family. Anglers Inn International enters its 21st season on Lake El Salto, and the staff has been feverishly gearing up the lodge to make ready for the upcoming season.
The lake has come up 48 feet in the past couple months. Last year our water was very low, but this year El Salto will be at full capacity. This should provide ample opportunity to hauling in numerous fish over 10-pounds.
The color that I heard from the dock, as it typically is, was black and blue. I can't exactly put my finger on it, but the 10-inch black and blue Power Bait Power Worm is one of the best baits to bring when you are coming to El Salto. However, a pattern developed around mid-summer that produced fish � flipping trees with black jigs with a 4-inch black/blue fleck crawfish trailer. This technique was simple to perfect, and anglers not only caught numbers, but the big fish really crushed this presentation.
When we left off in July we had one of the most successful endings to a season that I ever recall. Part of the success was partly due to the lake level falling to drastically low levels, concentrating many of the larger fish into smaller areas. With water temperatures rising, our guides focused on fishing around timber. Temperatures cooled down and water levels rose, which pushed the fish toward the banks. It is the perfect time for anglers to make their way to El Salto for some exciting top-water fishing.
Anglers that come to El Salto can expect to be safe and sound while enjoying the best bass fishing in the world. To catch those fish, the go to color has continued to be a 10-inch Berkley Power Bait Power Worm in black and blue. You will always have a ton of success with that bait here on El Salto. Anglers looking to benefit from rising waters tend to throw top-water baits this time of year, but I've got to warn you that the top-water bite can last all day sometimes so be prepared. The anglers here are also having great success with 4-and 5-inch swimbaits.
Anglers Inn International staff has been busy around the lodge preparing for an exciting 2010-2011 season, which opened October 1, 2010 for Lake El Salto and Saltwater Fishing. The Lake Mateos season begins on November 1, 2010.
This 2010-2011 season for Anglers Inn brings quite a few changes that should excite all anglers. They are rolling out reduced pricing, and of course the same great service is guaranteed with every trip booked with us to Anglers Inn International destinations. Our prices are reduced so anyone can come enjoy a few days of relaxation while catching world-class fish. Visit our Anglers Inn pricing page and Anglers Inn Specials page to find out more about our exciting new offers.
Lake El Salto Bass
Bass Fishing in Mexico
About The Author: Bob Mauldin
Company: Mexico Bass Fishing Adventures
Area Reporting: Mexico
Bio: n Mexico, mild climates and abundant forage translate to perfect habitats for trophy bass. In these lakes bass can grow up to two pounds a year and ten pounders are always a possibility. Mexico bass fishing is not just a fishing trip, it's a completely unique Mexican Vacation experience which many of our clients choose to relive over and over again. At these Mexico bass lakes you're just one cast away from that ten pound plus trophy bass! At the end of the day cool margaritas are sipped as you reflect on the days catch and plan your strategy for tomorrow. For bass anglers it doesn't get any better than this.