Nuevo Vallarta Sportfishing: 25-27'
Nuevo Vallarta Sportfishing are based on the west coast of Mexico, on the shore of the famous Bahia de Banderas Bay. Depending on what is most convenient for their customers, they can depart from either Puerto Vallarta or Nuevo Vallarta, both of which are within easy reach of a host of tourism facilities and are just minutes drive from the Licenciado Gustavo Diaz Ordaz International Airport. They offer bay fishing and offshore trips, as well as snorkeling trips and guided tours.
Their three Panga boats all measure between 26 and 28 ft and are powered by two 60 HP mercury engines. They are equipped with VHF radios. The boats can accommodate up to six anglers and they feature a live bait tank, a portable toilet, and an ice box. They are also equipped with outriggers and snorkeling equipment.
Nuevo Vallarta Sportfishing specialize in deep sea fishing, bottom fishing, light tackle fishing, and jigging, and they use Penn International tackle. They offer half day, three quarter day, and full day trips, and mainly fish for Jack Crevalle, Mackerel, Mahi Mahi, Sailfish, and Marlin, depending on the season and the conditions on the day.
All rods, reels and terminal tackle are included in the price, as is bait, lures, and ice. The local English speaking crew will also clean and fillet your catch for you at the end of the trip so you can enjoy a tasty meal at one of the many local restaurants.
Fishing License Included
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About this listing
Nava (Center console) originally built in 2003. Powered by 2 60HP Mercury engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 21 knots.
Types of Fishing
About the Charter Operator
Member since January 2016
Went fishing on November 29, 2016
Fished November 2016Fished November 29, 2016Replied to this review on December 1, 2016
Thanks so much for reviewingEd Dixon Fawn Kimes recommends Nuevo Vallarta Sportfishing: 25-27'
Replied to this review on December 1, 2016
Thanks so much for reviewing
Went fishing on March 31, 2016
We wanted to bottom fish, but did not want to hand line… there were no rods to use and only two hand line were available for four fisherman. Then we went after skip jack, well that was a joke. The method was to locate the birds then cast in and try to SNAG A FISH, in three hours the first mat snaged two fish in the side and we only landed one fish. So with a 10 and 12 boys each had the rod to fight a fish. All in all it was the worse fishing trip in the 50 years I have fished. It will not happen again!!!
Fished March 2016Fished March 31, 2016Mitchell J Gebheim does not recommend Nuevo Vallarta Sportfishing: 25-27'