Lake Comedero Lodge - Trophy Mexico Bass Fishing
Lake Comedero Lodge, nestled between the Sierra Madre Mountains, is located in the small village of "Vertedore", and sits near the "Presidente Jose' Lopez Portillo Dam". The 1440 square foot lodge offers spacious comfort and a relaxing environment. The great room is an open room equipped with a grand dining area, flanked by a fully stocked bar and games tables for your entertainment.
Lake Comedero is a located 100 miles northeast of the seaside resort of Mazatlan. Its clear, cool water is teeming with thousands of hungry Mexico black bass which will strike almost any type of lure all year. Without any doubt, Comedero is the world’s best bass lake for numbers of bass from 8 lbs to 12 lbs with some bass ranging from 12 to 15 lbs. Daily catches average 40 to 60 fish per day per boat. It is totally a catch and release lake. Because of its remoteness it receives less fishing pressure. If you want a true “fishing trip,” this is the lake to fish.
Trophy Bass Fishing
Our seasons run from November through April and Lake Comedero Lodge has prepared the schedule to assure you get the most fishing possible, yet ample time to relax and enjoy your visit to Old Mexico and its native surroundings. For better organization, we recommend booking your arrival dates on Tuesdays, Wednesday, or Saturdays.
Our guest rooms, located directly behind the lodge, are equipped with two double beds and each have private baths. The rooms are tastefully decorated and totally furnished to give you a peaceful nights sleep and the privacy you deserve. The entire lodge and quarters are surrounded by an eight foot fence that is set off by a brick and iron entrance wall. Purified water is available in each room for your personal needs. All water used in the lodge for cooking, drinking and ice is purified water. We are located approximately one hour from Cosala, which is east of Highway 15, just ninety miles north of Mazatlan. We are nestled in the heart of the Sierra Madre Mountains and only a 1/2 mile from the lakeshore. We will drive you to the lake to fish, but the walk makes a great morning hike.
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