Tadeo Hernández

Mazatlan fishing keeps hot for Sailfish and Dorado and good for Striped Marlin, Blue Marlin and Yellow Fin Tuna. Other catches include Skipjack Tuna and Bonita.

Most boats have been fishing as close as 15 miles and as far as 30 miles offshore. Trolling fresh Mullet and Ballyhoo as well as lures.

December usually brings more Striped Marlin and Tuna and less Blue Marlin, but the water temp is still warm enough for the Big Blues.

Tight Lines everyone,

Tadeo Hernández Kelly


Fish Species: Sailfish, Dorado, Tuna, Marlin
Bait Used: Mullet, Ballyhoo
Tackle Used: Lures, Jigs, Tuna Sticks, Feathers
Method Used: Trolling
Water Depth:
Water Temperature: 83F
Wind Direction:
Wind Speed: 6mph
Sailfish and 37 lb Dorado
Sailfish and 37 lb Dorado

44 lb Tuna and Dorado
44 lb Tuna and Dorado

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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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