Sportfishing Mexico for Blue Marlin Fishing, Black Marlin Fishing, Striped Marlin Fishing, Sailfish Fishing, Dorado Fishing, Wahoo Fishing, Permit Fishing, Bonefish Fishing, Tarpon Fishing, Snook Fishing

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Mazatlan Sportfishing Charter Boats Mexico

Mazatlan SportfishingAffordability and charm make Mazatlan a prime starting point for fishermen of all levels; from the aficionado to the amateur. With approximately 10,000 sailfish and marlin brought in annually, it's obvious why Sport Fishing magazine named Mazatlan one of the top 20 sport fishing destinations in the world. Thousands of anglers visit each year and try to break the 1980 record by reeling in a catch bigger than the 988-pound, 12-foot black marlin that was caught off Mazatlan's sportfishing shores.

A 407-mile seacoast makes the western state of Sinaloa a leading region for commercial and sport fishing. Straddling the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean, the state and its popular city, Mazatlan, were discovered by the Spanish explorers in the 1500s and became a bustling port for Galleons returning from Asia in the 17th century.

A large part of Sinaloa remains unexplored by tourists, although enthusiastic bass fishermen often visit the central zone to fish the many wetlands and reservoirs. Today, Mazatlan, the largest port on Mexico's western coast, is a highly visited beach and sportfishing resort and home to one of Mexico's most vibrant carnaval celebrations. The modern Marina El Cid was completed in 1995 and includes a 90-slip sportfishing marina and a deluxe hotel. A second marina is currently being developed in Estero del Sábalo, a salt-water estuary. Called Isla Mazatlan, this project will feature lodging, an 18-hole golf course, a tennis center and yacht moorings.

Sportfishing seasons are as follows: sailfish and dorado (dolphin) from March to December; swordfish and striped marlin from December to April. Tuna can be fished year round. Charter boat prices range from $350 to $400 per day.

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Sportfishing Mexico for Blue Marlin Fishing, Black Marlin Fishing, Striped Marlin Fishing, Sailfish Fishing, Dorado Fishing, Wahoo Fishing, Permit Fishing, Bonefish Fishing, Tarpon Fishing, Snook Fishing
Sportfishing Mexico for Blue Marlin Fishing, Black Marlin Fishing, Striped Marlin Fishing, Sailfish Fishing, Dorado Fishing, Wahoo Fishing, Permit Fishing, Bonefish Fishing, Tarpon Fishing, Snook Fishing