Bob Mauldin

Date: April 10th, 2012

Name: Lake Baccarac

Hottest Baits: crank baits, pearl and purple db-22

Hottest Colors: spinnerbaits, senkos, Ratl Traps

Date Fished: April, 2012

Comments: 04/10/2012 Andy Fowler reported : The first day of fishing was slow to horrible, with myself and my partner catching zero fish. We threw everything in the tackle box and never got a bite! Our guide Jesus consistently told us to fish on the bottom and I thought we were. Day two started out rather slow as well until we realized, with the help of Jesus, what we were doing wrong. We started bouncing a rattle trap similar to bouncing a jig, along the bottom. What a game changer! The remainder of the second day and all of the third day, we caught no less than six fish over 10 lbs. an unbelievable fourteen over 9, three bass over 8 and six bass over 7, all using the same technique, a one ounce rattle trap, letting it lay on the bottom and bouncing it off the bottom. It was my first trip to Lake Baccarac but it certainly won't be my last.

04/08/2012 Tommy Baxter reported: Tommy Baxter caught a 10.7, 10.4, 10.2, 9.9 pound largemouth. Tommy was my partner and we caught over a 100 bass between 4-7 lbs in 3 days of fishing one morning the best five fish weight was 45.5 lbs. All fish came on a rattle trap or crank bait. Shane Stone caught a personal best with a 11.15 lb and a 10 lber on a grape 10 inch worm. Harry Nicholson caught several fish between 4-7 lbs with a 7.9 lbs the largest. Between them they caught over 100 fish. Tommy Hill caught a personal best of a 9.9 lb and a 8.15, 8.8, 8.2, 7.12, 7.8, 7,4.

Fish Species: Largemouth Bass
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Bob Mauldin

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.

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