Mexico Fishing Charters

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Mexico: 579 fishing charters available

Valeria I
Valeria I

Puerto Vallarta • 30 ft • 6 persons

It’s time to take the family on a brilliant day out in Mexico.

"The weather wasn’t the best when we went out to the bay but our captain Jorge made it so fun!" —⁠ Alec,
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trips fromUS $300
Cpt. Brother's Boat
Cpt. Brother's Boat

Nuevo Vallarta • 28 ft • 6 persons

Cpt. Brother’s Boat specializes in bay fishing in the beautiful Bahía de Banderas, as well as offshore trolling off the coast of Nuevo Vallarta.

"4 hour trip. The fishing was slow, but we did catch a few mackerel and a skip jack." —⁠ Thomas,
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trips fromUS $330

Cabo San Lucas • 36 ft • 8 persons

Valiente Yachts is a fleet of luxurious vessels that can take anglers of all skill levels to the finest fishing grounds in Cabo San Lucas.

"Had a big group of 6 so chose a larger boat. Reel Medicine easily accommodated our group without feeling cramped." —⁠ Curtis,
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trips fromUS $550

Cabo San Lucas • 29 ft • 4 persons

Explore everything the Cabo waters have to offer with Cabo Sportfishing Crew and their all-inclusive fishing adventures!

"June fishing can be hit or miss because of the temperature swings of the water." —⁠ Bryce,
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trips fromUS $550
BlueSea sportfishing
BlueSea sportfishing

Cabo San Lucas • 22 ft • 2 persons

Explore the stunning waters of the world-renowned Cabo San Lucas with BlueSea Sportfishing!

"My boyfriend and I went out with captain Johnny this morning and I just couldn’t wait to write a review it was that great!" —⁠ Zoe,
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trips fromUS $215

Playa Del Carmen • 27 ft • 4 persons

If you’re looking for the ultimate Mexican Caribbean experience, you can’t go wrong with Alfonso Tours fishing out of Playa del Carmen.

"We had an amazing time with our captain! They took care of everything from having water and snacks on board, to taking care of our lines and handling our fish." —⁠ Manuel,
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trips fromUS $290
Cabo Sportfishing Crew – Reel Tequila
Cabo Sportfishing Crew – Reel Tequila

Cabo San Lucas • 31 ft • 4 persons

Embark on a true fishing adventure in Mexico and have a terrific time on the water with Cabo Sportfishing Crew.

"The Captain and firsthand mate were GREAT, we gave this trip a 5 star but if they had a 10 star that’s what we would’ve given them." —⁠ Timothy,
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trips fromUS $550

Cabo San Lucas • 29 ft • 4 persons

Cabo Sportfishing Crew runs half and full day trips out of the famous sportfishing town of Cabo San Lucas, going after the huge fish which have made this town a household name among anglers worldwide.

"The day started off pretty slow. We caught a couple of smaller roosters while fishing for snappers." —⁠ Shaun,
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trips fromUS $550
Chawin Fishing Sayulita & Ocean Sports
Chawin Fishing Sayulita & Ocean Sports

Sayulita • 24 ft • 4 persons

Come join Captain Chawin for a fun-filled day fishing our beautiful waters of Sayulita!

"We went fishing 2 full days with him and the first day was a tough day of fishing the crew went over the top to try and get us on fish and they did!" —⁠ Jake,
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trips fromUS $400
Black Marlin Sportfishing
Black Marlin Sportfishing

Cabo San Lucas • 31 ft • 6 persons

Catch your next trophy fish with Black Marlin Sportfishing! Let Captain Manuel and his crew be your guides on your next trip, as they have more than 20 years of experience in the business.

"What a remarkable 5 hours of fishing experiences! Met deckhand at pier and captain at boat slip, we pushed off on time." —⁠ Brian,
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trips fromUS $600
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Frequently Asked Questions about Fishing Charters in Mexico

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Fishing in Mexico

Mexico fishing charters tick all the boxes on most anglers’ sportfishing bucket lists. From its winding mountain rivers, across the vast lakes, to its two oceans and multiple seas – you won’t know where to look when choosing where to go! This country’s angling opportunities are so vast, that there’s something for everyone. 
 
We’ll start with the bluewater bite. The Pacific’s bays offer up prime Calico, Corvina, Seabass, Jack, Snook, and Roosterfish action. Head to the Caribbean and Gulf side, and it’ll be Bonefish, Permit, and Tarpon. Wherever you are, the reefs will offer up Groupers and Snappers, with pelagic monsters such as Wahoo, Mahi Mahi, Tuna, Sailfish, and Striped, Blue, Black, and White Marlin on offer around the country!
 
When it comes to freshwater fishing, Largemouth Bass is the name of the game in most places. However, Catfish, Carp, and even exotic creatures like Rainbow Bass, and Tilapia are on offer in some spots. Your best bet for finding a freshwater charter is on the lakes, with Mexican fishing guides few and far between on the rivers.
 
With so many fishing grounds, it’s no surprise that Mexico fishing charters offer a range of options. In some places, such as the Sea of Cortez or Riviera Maya, the big game action takes place just a few miles from shore. That means that a trip as little as four hours could land you a trophy! However, usually, you’ll see shorter trips tailored to families and beginners, and trips between 6–12 hours for the more experienced.

 

Rules & Regulations

If you’re fishing from a boat in Mexico, then you’ll need a license. These are often covered by your charter, but not always, so it’s worth checking before you go. Each angler can keep a maximum of five fish in freshwater, and ten in saltwater. However, you can only have five of each species, and one Billfish counts as half your daily limit. 
 

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Mexico Fishing Seasons

January

Striped Marlin, Hammerhead Sharks, and Wahoo patrol the deep waters around Cabo. Puerto Vallarta is great for Black Marlin and Sailfish. Inshore, this is a perfect time for Snook fishing in Riviera Maya.

February

Striped Marlin and Sharks bite hard in Cabo San Lucas. Jack Crevalle join the Snook on Riviera Maya’s flats. You can catch the last of the winter Sailfish and Black Marlin bite in Puerto Vallarta.

March

March brings tasty Yellowtail to Cabo, just as Snapper and Grouper show up on the reefs. The first of the Marlin show up in Playa Del Carmen and Cozumel, just as the Billfish leave Banderas Bay.

April

Striped Marlin show no signs of leaving Baja California, and Puerto Vallarta’s reefs are full of fish. In the Caribbean, Permit, Tarpon, Snook, and Jack Crevalle are all around in big numbers.

May

Hundreds of boats swarm the island of Cozumel for the Rodeo de Lanchas Mexicanas (Mexican Boat Rodeo). Meanwhile, fly anglers head to Tulum for the Ascension Bay Permit Tournament.

June

Snook, Roosterfish, Sierra Mackerel, and Jack Crevalle offer epic shore fishing in Cabo. On the other side of the country, Blue and White Marlin, Sailfish, and Mahi Mahi will put your skills to the test in Cancun.

July

July offers the best Tarpon fishing Mexico sees all year long in Cozumel’s shallow flats. It’s not just Tarpon, either. Bonefish, Permit, Snook, and Jacks are all waiting – if you can take the heat!

August

Blue Marlin explode onto the scene in the Pacific, just as the Bisbee’s East Cape Offshore kicks off Cabo’s tournament season. All your inshore favorites are still in town in Riviera Maya.

September

Across the country, locals celebrate Diez y Seis, Mexico’s Independence Day. Crowds gather at midnight on the 15th to utter the grito (shout) that started the revolution. Expect fireworks, music, and dancing.

October

There’s only one event on everyone’s mind: the Bisbee’s Black & Blue. With millions of dollars in prizes and all the biggest names in sportfishing, this is unlike any other tournament on the planet.

November

Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is Mexico’s most iconic festival. Watch costumed crowds parade through the streets after an awesome day offshore in Cabo or fishing the reefs in Riviera Maya.

December

Fancy something a little different this Christmas? How about beaches and fresh Tuna steaks? December has the best Tuna fishing Mexico sees all year, with Yellowfin and Albacore across the Pacific Coast.

Mexico Fishing Calendar

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Featured photos from Mexico

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What anglers said about fishing in Mexico

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Top Types of Fishing in Mexico

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Top Fishing Techniques in Mexico

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Top Targeted Species in Mexico

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