Since 2015 the Baja authorities will start checking for Baja Fishing Licenses if you out in the water as a tourist. Sportfishing in Baja
Rocky Point lures travelers for many reasons. Some seek the glorious sunshine and beach lifestyle along the Sea of Cortez. Others enjoy its Mexican culture, golf, or water sports.
Fishing and boating in Mexico is among the most popular pastimes for vacationers. In fact, many people plan their Mexican vacations around their fishing pursuits. While the coast of the Baja Peninsula is famous for its sport fishing, Mexico boasts many regions that are ideal for fishing. If you are planning to do any fishing in Mexico, you will need to procure a Mexican fishing license as will everyone on the boat.
Baja California is home to some absolutely amazing open water fishing. Sailfish, roosterfish, and yellowfin tuna are only a few of the most common types of fish in the area
Though Mexico’s coastal waters boast extraordinary sport fishing, its lakes are also filled with trophy fish like bass. In fact, Mexico is a hub for bass fishing and many of its lakes boast ideal habitats for these fish. International travelers flock to various bass hot spots for incredible Mexican fishing trips that promise to be unforgettable in terms of fishing, climate, and scenic attractions.
The Sea of Cortez is internationally famous for its sport fishing. The annual Rocky Point Deep-Sea Fishing Tournament is a seasonal highlight of the year. Rocky Point, or Puerto Penasco as it’s called in Mexico, is a tourist destination that is sometimes known as “Arizona’s Beach.” Its proximity to the U.S. border makes it a
Conditions are great all year round, the scenery is beautiful, and there is a surprising variety of fish species that are regularly biting – some of them are pretty dang big too!
Cabo San Lucas has a grand reputation for its luxury resorts and breathtaking sea vistas. Topping its list for most popular things to do—fishing reigns supreme!
With mile upon mile of gorgeous coastline and more beautiful bays, coves, and inlets than you could count, Baja California is a fisherman’s paradise.
Fishermen from around the world come here to fish the Sea of Cortez. Under a hundred miles from the Arizona border, Rocky Point is conveniently located on the Sea of Cortez
Fishing Puerto Vallarta in the Mexican state of Jalisco. Puerto Vallarta is a major tourist destination, but it has long been a thriving regional center due to its rich agricultural landscape, its cultural heritage, and, of course, it’s fantastic fishing!
From calico bass to yellowtail tuna, Ensenada’s healthy array of fish attracts hundreds of fishermen to its waters.
As of July 1, 2011 the Mexican Navy is inspecting fishing boats in their waters.