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Lake Comedero, Mexico


Location: Lake Comedero, Mexico
Type: Lodge

Lake Comedero is located approximately 100 miles northeast of the beach resort city of Mazatlan, Mexico. Lake Comedero opened in 1987 and was jammed full of 2 - 4 pound bass in the early years. Ron Speed Sr and Jr began stocking the lake with pure strain Florida Bass in 1989 and continued with the stockings until 1992. By 1994, the lake produced its first 10 pound bass.

comedero oldham10.5lbIn December 1997, Chris Brewer of Iowa landed a lake record bass of 18 pounds, 4 ounces. A few years later, Ray Newman of Oklahoma landed a new lake record hawg of 19 pounds, 6 ounces. Comedero is one of the best topwater trophy bass lakes in the world. Many of these giants are landed on topwater lures...that's right, topwater! The lake has virtually no fishing pressure as it is remote enough to keep local and American sportfishermen from driving and pulling their boats.

Currently, we are the only active sportfishing operation, so we  have this 30,000-plus acre lake all to ourselves. If you haven't experienced the thrill of landing a bass 10 lbs or larger...or you want a chance to experience multiple opportunities at fish that size and larger during your trip, then Comedero is your lake! It's not uncommon for a boat (two anglers) to catch 5 giant bass weighing 40 pounds or more in a day. On several occasions,  boats have landed their five biggest fish that weighed over 50 pounds!

Our customers stay in a small, quaint lodge which is reflective of the true "Old Mexico." The two main houses offer 4 bedrooms with individual a/c units in each bedroom to assure your comfort. Each house offers two bath/showers. We also offer a "couples only" house for those who want to bring their spouse. Our menu is the same as we serve at our other lakes/lodges (See Lake Picachos page)...fresh jumbo shrimp and lobster from Mazatlan, 1 1/4-inch thick grilled ribeye steaks, Mexican dinner and all the trimmings. You won't leave hungry!

Our fishing boats are all welded aluminum Express Boats, the best aluminum bass boat on the market! Each boat is equipped with huge fishing decks, front and back, plus fish sonars, powerful trolling motors and 60 HP Yamaha outboard motors. We also supply fishing rods so you do not have to hassle with bringing them through airports. Ron Speed Jr's Adventures leads the way for the best in Mexico Bass Fishing!

Fishing Season

 December through March

No. of days in itinerary: 5-6

 No. of days fishing: 3, 4 or 7

Trip Fee Range

 $1,795 - $1,995

Itinerary starts in:

 Lake Comedero Mexico. International airfare not included.

Booking Contacts


Ron Speed Jr's Adventures, L.L.C.
533 Stanford, Corsicana, TX 75110 U.S.A. 
Phone  (800)722-0006
e mail -  ronjr@ronspeedadventures.com
website - www.ronspeedadventures.com

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