LAKE HIDALGO & LAKE DOMINGUEZ MEXICO

MEXICO BASS FISHING & HUNTING

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LAKE HILDAGO

Location:  60 miles Northeast of Los Mochis

Size:  1191 feet at narrowest and 33,423 feet at widest places

Length:  6.44 miles

Lake Record:  

Seasons:  Fishing - Oct. 1 thru May 31

                 Dove Hunting - Late October thru 1st week of March 

Facts:

Lake Hidalgo is in the state of Sinaloa in Mexico.  It originates in the Fuerte river and carries its waters into the lake. Lake Hidalgo has great natural and resource potential. Here you will not find many tourist attractions and architectural buildings. But the lake offers uncharted nature, wild beaches, and beautiful sunsets. For bass fishing anglers this place is especially loved. The trophy bass are found in the waters of the lake and are of particular value for fishermen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LAKE DOMINGUEZ

Location:  52 miles Northeast of Los Mochis 

Size:  1411 feet at narrowest and 17,952 feet at widest places

Length: 13.1 miles

Lake Record:

Seasons:  Fishing - Oct. 1 thru May 31

                 Dove Hunting - Late October thru 1st week of March

 

Facts: 

Lake Dominguez was the first body of water in Mexico to be stocked with Florida-strain largemouth bass.

The history of Lake Dominguez dates back to the middle of the 20th century. First of all, it is associated with a major flood in 1955, which overtook the inhabitants of the settlement. Initially, the lake was a source of fresh water for cattle and was not wild and untouched. However, the flood caused a dam to be built on the lake to give it a protective function from any following catastrophes.

In the late 1960s and early 1970s, U.S. anglers came to Dominguez in droves to catch double-digit bass in these scenic waters in western Mexico's state of Sinaloa.

Fisheries began to develop actively. The volume of the dam creates the most favorable conditions for largemouth bass fishing.

The bass feed on an abundant supply of tilapia, perch, crabs, and shrimp. Therefore, hefty largemouth bass still swim in the waters of Lake Dominguez.