We all have our “bucket list” of things that we want to do in our lifetime. One of the things I have always wanted to do was to go bass fishing at one of those premier lakes in Old Mexico. I have had the opportunity to fish in Canada on two different occasions, and once I got to go to Cabo San Lucas to fish in the ocean for some saltwater species including striped marlin, Pacific sailfish, and dorado.
Last week, due to the generosity of my friend Mike Hulsey, I got the opportunity to spend three days on what is arguably one of the best bass lakes in Mexico, Lake Picachos. A little history about this man-made impoundment. Located about an hour from Mazatlan in south central Mexico, this lake was formed in 2009 as an irrigation lake and water supply for downstream users. It is on the Presidio River and encompasses about 7,500 acres when completely full.
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