Bob Mauldin

Date: January 16th, 2012

Name: Lake Baccarac, Mexico

Hottest Baits: senkos, 1 oz spinnerbaits, topwater yellow magic

Hottest Colors: watermelon red senko and swimbaits, ratl traps, power worms

Date Fished: January, 2012

Comments: January 2nd through 6th, we had quite a few bigger bass caught on top water with our Japanese clients. They fish predominantly top water and managed to get four fish over 10 lbs. January 7th through the 12th, fishing was average. The numbers were very good for largemouth bass between 2 and 5 lbs., mostly using watermelon lizards.

Over the last four days, one oz. spinnerbaits once again produced big fish, with several bass in the 9 lb. class being caught and two largemouth over 10 lbs. landed. Black and blue one oz. jigs are working great for the fish that are still on the main points. Weightless senkos rigged wacky style also are working on those main lake point bass. The water temperature has risen from a low of around 66 degrees and it's now 71 degrees.

The lake is a little bit stained and very low. Actually, it's the lowest I have ever seen it but others have seen it slightly lower. In regards to the water level, the lake has very little useful water left in the lake, meaning that they will not be able to irrigate from the lake very much longer. We should have stable water conditions, something I've never seen, very soon. I understand that in the past, the low water did not really affect the overall fishing. Something we do have to look forward to when we get the summer rains, it will produce very exciting fall bass fishing on Lake Baccarac.

Fish Species: Largemouth Bass
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Lake Baccarac Bass
Lake Baccarac 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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