Tadeo Hernández

Not many tourists in Mazatlan right now, but the ones that are going fishing are having a great time!

In a transitional time for fish, we're slowly moving from Striped Marlin to Sailfish and Blue Marlin. Dorado fishing is great right now, and we expect it to be even better during the summer and fall.

Best fishing is 15 to 35 miles offshore from the marina.

Inshore fishing is great for Red Snapper, Snook, Grouper and Trigger Fish.

Best fihing is all the way north from the new marina to Marmol.

We have a tournament coming next month. The 2nd. International Sailfish, Marlin, Dorado and Tuna tournament will take place from June 4 to June 7, 2008. Lots of prizes!

Tight lines everyone.


Tadeo Hernández Kelly


Fish Species: Sailfish, Marlin, Dorado, Tuna, Shark
Bait Used: Live Skipjack, Mullet, Ballyhoo, Lures
Tackle Used: Penn Reels
Method Used: Trolling, Casting
Water Depth:
Water Temperature: 80F
Wind Direction:
Wind Speed:
26 lb - 4' 5''
26 lb - 4' 5''

26 lb - 4' 4''
26 lb - 4' 4''

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Tadeo Hernández

About The Author: Captain Tadeo Hernández

Company: Bibi Fleet

Area Reporting: Mazatlan-Teacapan

Bio: Bibi Fleet was the first sportfishing fleet established in Mazatlan, Mexico, and we know what to do to help you catch that huge fish. Choosing Sportfishing in Mazatlan is one of the best choices you can make: Mazatlan is considered the Sailfish Capital of the World!!! Fishing in Mazatlan is great for Marlin, Sailfish, Swordfish, Wahoo, Dorado, Tuna, Bonita and Shark, as well as for bottom fishing species like Red Snapper, Trigger Fish, Sierra, Blow Fish, Grouper, Snook, Flounder and many more. Big or small game trolling and bottom fishing….all are great in Mazatlan.

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