Mazatlán Fishing Charters

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Mazatlán: 28 fishing charters available

Pepe's Fleet – 28' Sport Panga
Pepe's Fleet – 28' Sport Panga

Mazatlán • 28 ft • 5 persons

Pepe’s Fleet operates several great boats out of Mazatlan, Mexico, taking groups out to enjoy the awesome fishing and wonderful views which draw tourists from across the continent.

"We went out fishing with Pepe’s fleet as a family, and we had a great time." —⁠ Bo,
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trips fromUS $365
Aqua Sports – 28' Super Panga
Aqua Sports – 28' Super Panga

Mazatlán • 28 ft • 4 persons

If you’re looking for a charter that can cater to both young, inexperienced anglers, as well as to serious veteran sportfishermen, look no further!

"Amazing crew, had a great time in rough waters and managed to catch 2 Mahi mahi." —⁠ David,
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trips fromUS $330
Aqua Sports – 38' Sea Ray
Aqua Sports – 38' Sea Ray

Mazatlán • 38 ft • 6 persons

If you are keen on fishing offshore species, but don’t want to sacrifice comfort and luxury, you’ve come to the right place.

"With Aqua sports, you do not have to worry about Al the talk about not being safe in Mexico." —⁠ Mike,
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trips fromUS $550
Pepe's Fleet – 28' Panga
Pepe's Fleet – 28' Panga

Mazatlán • 28 ft • 5 persons

For world class sport fishing off the coast of Mexico, look no further than Pepe’s Fleet in Mazatlán, SI.

"His daughter Georgerina pick me up Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay at 6 am." —⁠ Richard,
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trips fromUS $335
Aqua Sports – 40' Sea Hunter II
Aqua Sports – 40' Sea Hunter II

Mazatlán • 40 ft • 10 persons

Aqua Sports Center is one of the most established fishing charters off the coast of Mazatlán.

"Had a great time today fishing. Boat was clean and comfortable." —⁠ Rick,
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trips fromUS $600
Aqua Sports – 42' Sea Hunter III
Aqua Sports – 42' Sea Hunter III

Mazatlán • 42 ft • 12 persons

Aqua Sports Center invites you for a fishing trip in Sinaloa, Mexico and enjoy first-class service as well as beautiful nature.

"I was very satisfied with all the accommodations and captain put us on fish fast we caught over 15 and most keepers." —⁠ Saul,
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trips fromUS $670
Escualo Fleet – Lolita 36'
Escualo Fleet – Lolita 36'

Mazatlán • 36 ft • 6 persons

Escualo Fleet offers amazing service out of Mazatlán, Mexico.

"The crew and the experience was well worth every peso spent." —⁠ Kevin,
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trips fromUS $675
Escualo Fleet – Betsy 38'
Escualo Fleet – Betsy 38'

Mazatlán • 38 ft • 8 persons

Escualo Fleet is one of Mexico’s longest-running and most successful sport fishing companies.
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trips fromUS $785
Aqua Sports – 40' Sea Hunter IV
Aqua Sports – 40' Sea Hunter IV

Mazatlán • 40 ft • 8 persons

Mazatlán has a fish with your name on it, so let Aqua Sports help you catch it!
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trips fromUS $650
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Fishing in Mazatlán

If you’re looking for a blend of culture, beaches, and serious angling action, then you can’t beat Mazatlán. This bustling city is home to historical landmarks, a 21-mile long boardwalk, and access to world-class deep sea fishing grounds. It’s no surprise, then, that a Mazatlán fishing adventure is top of the list of things to do here. 
 
Inshore mangroves and estuaries are the first thing that catch an angler’s eye downtown. Spend your time exploring these productive shallow waters, and you could get your hands on local delicacies, such as Corvina, Pompano, and Jacks, along with exotic Roosterfish and strong Snook. Head a little further out, and the reefs are home to prized Groupers, Snappers, Seabass, and Amberjack.
 
And, as if that wasn’t enough, you’re just a stone’s throw from the mouth of the Sea of Cortez. The unusually warm water here attracts Sailfish and Mahi Mahi to within just a couple of miles from shore. Head out to the deep, and Blue, Black, and Striped Marlin are on the cards, along with delicious Tuna, and even Swordfish if you’ve got gear to take your bait deep enough!
 
With such a range of fishing grounds, it’s no surprise that Mazatlán fishing charters have plenty of trips on offer, too. Half day trips can take you to the shallows and out to the reefs, while a full day trip can see you explore the riches of the Sea of Cortez. If you want to get your hands on the true monsters, though, an extended full day trip to the Pacifc is your best bet!
 

Rules & Regulations

Mazatlán fishing charters usually come with licenses covered for all on board. However, we suggest you check with your captain as it’s not always the case. Your professional guide will also make sure that you stick to all local bag and size limits. 

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Mazatlán Fishing Seasons

January

Fishing in Mazatlán in January is great whatever the depth. Striped Marlin roam the bluewaters, Snook swarm the shallows, and Snapper and Grouper can be found on the reefs.

February

Mazatlán Carnival has been running since 1898 and is reportedly the biggest in Latin America behind Rio. See the parades and the beauty pageants, then head offshore for some daytime Swordfishing.

March

Inshore anglers won’t be disappointed by the fishing in March. Snook, Jack Crevalle, and Cero Mackerel are on fire, and you can run into Roosterfish and Mullet Snapper in the estuaries, too.

April

The Sailfish bite picks up in April and Striped Marlin are still going strong. Mahi Mahi arrive in big numbers offshore and Roosterfish show up in force in the shallows.

May

The first few Blue Marlin show up in May, just as the Striped Marlin bite starts to cool off. Sailfish and Mahi Mahi are in full swing, and there are plenty of Tuna, too. Get out there and hook one!

June

Big game season really gets going in June, with Blue and Black Marlin, Sailfish, Mahi Mahi, and Yellowfin Tuna. Inshore, this is your last chance for awesome Snook fishing and the Roosterfish are biting hard.

July

Blue and Black Marlin are at their peak, as are Sailfish. This is your best chance of landing a Billfish Slam, if you can take the heat. Beware, the mercury can rise above 90 pretty easily.

August

The summer sun burns on throughout August. Head offshore to get some air and try your luck at Billfish, Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, and Tuna. Otherwise, take on huge Roosterfish in the shallows.

September

September 16th is Mexican Independence Day. Crowds gather to remember the grito (shout) that kicked it all off. Escape the noise by hitting the water in search of Roosterfish and Marlin.

October

October is the last month of Mazatlán's world-famous Bull Mahi season. Head out for your chance to beat the town’s record – a monster 83-pounder hauled aboard in the ‘70s.

November

November marks the most iconic festival in the Mexican calendar: el Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). See the parades then get offshore to enjoy the end of peak Billfish season.

December

With average highs of 80 degrees and four different Billfish to target, you couldn’t ask for a better place to spend the holidays. Hit the reefs and hook up some Snapper for a real festive feast.

Mazatlán Fishing Calendar

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