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Lake Huites Fishing Report

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Lake Huites Fishing Report

Postby MexicanDan » Sun Sep 26, 2004 9:14 pm

Fishing Report
Lake Huites, Sinaloa Mexico

Report for 4 days of fishing by Jun Itami, visiting angler from Japan

Day One, Afternoon

We fished for approximately four hours in the afternoon. The Bill Dance medium dive was the name of the game. However 6” Senkos and watermelon worms did well, thirty fish were caught between 2 to 8 lbs. The catch of the day happened just as the sun was setting. An 11 lb bass hit my Bill Dance like a freight train. It was the biggest Bass I have ever caught

Day Two

We were on the water at sun up throwing pop-r’s toward the banks. We caught 8 fish between 3 to 5 lbs before the bite dropped off. I then switched back to my old faithful Bill Dance and caught 15 fish with the largest being eight pounds. As the sun raised more I switched to plastic baits and caught 9 more bass before returning to the Lodge for lunch.

The afternoon was a repeat of the day before with the largest fish weighing 8 pounds,

Day Three

After a mild top water bite in the morning it was a 100% Bill Dance day. Over eighty fish caught on the same lure. The largest weighing 8.2 lbs. I actually had to change my hooks 3 times on the same lure.

Day Four (Morning only)

I didn’t even bother to go for the top water action. I started out a sun up with my Bill Dance and caught 40 fish by lunch time.

The accommodations and service at Lake Huites Lodge was superb. From point of arrival to my departure everything was handled in a professional manor. My guide Manuel Salazar could not have been better.

I will be back next year!!



For more information on Bass Fishing in Mexico contact Dan Wentworth at dan@xtremeangling.net
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