Mexico bass fishing information, map and directions.
Located in the state of Tamauilpas, Guerrero lake is south of the southern tip of Texas. It is about four miles long and two miles wide. It's flooded with timber creating an absolute bass haven.
Travel To Guerrero
From Reynosa, Mexico at the US border, travel south on Mexico Highway 97 to the Mexico Highway 101 south. Proceed south through San Fernando to the Guerrero lake road.
Approximate distance from USA border: 190 miles
Approximate travel time from US border: 4 hours
Map To Guerrero
Bass Fishing At Guerrero
If you like to fish for big bass around brush and stumps - this is bass fishing haven for you. Volunteer catch and release has allowed these Florida-strain largemouth bass to flourish and grow to bragging size in Lake Guerrero. Be prepared to fish shallow, around cover for fighting bass.
Latest Fishing Report For Guerrero
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Weather & Average Temperatures
Information is currently being gathered for average monthly temperatures and precipitation. This information will be posted at our earliest convenience.
All travel into Mexico from the United States requires a passport for entry into Mexico and return to the United States. If you are traveling by vehicle you will be required to have proper vehicle registration and drivers license. If you bring a boat, proper vehicle registration will be required for both the boat and trailer. Make certain all documents are current.
Mexico insurance is also required for travel in Mexico.
For fishing in Mexico, a Mexican Sport Fishing License is required. Additionally boating permits may be required to fish Guerrero lake in Mexico.
Bass fishing in the USA
Bass Fishing in Mexico At Guerrero.
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Any time you travel outside the USA, be aware that you are subject to local law governing the area you are to visit. As a general rule, travel to lakes in Mexico is considered safe. However, there are reports of unrest and violence between competing drug cartels, and Mexico law enforcement. Most of this activity in confined to areas away from the bass fishing lakes. Some of the border towns and population centers in Mexico experience higher than normal levels of crime and violence. Often, American border town information centers can advise regarding cartel activity in neighboring Mexico border towns. It is always best to caravan, stay on the main highways and be aware of what's going on around you.