Lake Comedero

Lake Comedero Lodge, Mexico
An Old Favorite with a New Lodge

Lake Comedero is one of the oldest bass fishing Lakes in Mexico. Due to its remoteness and the mass publicity for the easier accessible Lake El Salto, the lake has not received much fishing pressure. Lake Comedero has cycled through the years and is now at a stage where catch volumes are not high, like Lake Huites or sizes do not match Baccarac; however, the lake will provide you with fishing equal or better than El Salto. Eight to twelve pound Bass are plentiful.

The lodge is new and has 4 well appointed double rooms with private baths. A separate lounge and dining is provided for eating and relaxing.

Lake Comedero Lodge Package Price:
$ 1200 per person 4 night/3 day and an additional transportation cost of approximately $125 for transportation to and from Mazatlan.

Deposit Amount:
$600 (US) per angler. Bookings are not confirmed until deposits are received. Final payments are due 30 days prior to your departure

Lake Comedero Lodge Trip Duration (including travel days):
5 days 4 nights / 3* days fishing -
*Longer fishing packages are available upon request.

Included in the Lake Comedero Lodge Package:
Daily maid service
Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Beverages while fishing
Three days guided fishing (2 anglers per boat)
Mexican fishing license
Margaritas, beer, soft drinks and filtered water

Not included in the Lake Comedero Lodge Package:
Airfare to Mazatlan, Mexico, tips, gifts or items of a personal nature

Lake Comedero Lodge Fishing Season:
November through April. Although the lake offers excellent fishing on a year-round basis, we've discovered that the months outside the prime fishing window of September through June are often extremely hot or rainy.

Lake Comedero Lodge Capacity:
10 anglers.

Travel Logistics for Lake Comedero Lodge:
Getting there is easy. Many US cities have direct flights to Mazatlan. You are met at the airport by us and transported to the Lodge.

Lake Comedero Lodge Travel Itinerary:
Day 1: Arrive in Mazatlan, Mexico. Airport reception and transfer to lodge.
Days 2-4: (and extra days) Morning and afternoon fishing sessions on the Lake Comedero. Overnight at lodge.
Day 5: Return transfer to airport for your flight back home.

Weather at Comedero Lodge:
The evening and morning hours are cool because of the cool crisp mountain air of the Sierra Madre Mountains. As the day progresses, it typically heats up to between 84 and 90 degrees. Occasional showers do occur, so a rain-suit is a must.

Lake Comedero Lodge Accommodations:
Two anglers will share a room complete with air conditioner, private bathroom and filtered water. The rooms overlook the lake. Maid service is provided daily.

Meals at Lake Comedero Lodge:
The cooking staff will provide a delightful array of dishes for visiting anglers, including steaks, fish and an elaborate Mexican dinner. Freshly made chips and salsa, along with frosty cold margaritas, are always on hand to hold you over until dinner is served.

Fishing at Lake Comedero Lodge:
Anglers can expect to catch 30 to 40 Bass per day, and most anglers will catch a double digit fish during their stay.

Activities for the Non-Angler at Lake Comedero Lodge:
Lake Comedero Lodge is first and foremost a fishing lodge. Because it is so remote, there are not many activities that would make it appealing for the non-angler.

Packing for Lake Comedero Lodge:
Upon receipt of deposits, you will be sent a detailed packing list and other literature.


Lake Huites / Lake El Salto / Lake Agua Milpa / Lake Baccarac / Lake Guerrero / Lake Comedero / Lake El Cuchillo / Lake Mateos / Lake Oregon /
Lake Novillo / Lake El Cajon /
Peacock Bass Fishing / Salt Water Fishing / Dove Hunting