Lake Agua Milpa, Mexico

About Lake Agua Milpa and the lodge:

This lake opened in the fall of '97. The 70,000 acre lake -one of the most accessible of Mexico's hot bass fishing lakes- can be reached by paved road in three hours from either Guadalajara or Puerto Vallarta. Anglers may also fly to Tepic, Nayarit, and it's only a short 45-minute ride to the lodge.

Lush tropical foliage covers the mountains that surround the lake, making it one of Mexico's most scenic. And the lake is loaded with aggressive largemouth bass ranging in size from 2 1/2 to 10 pounds.

The lodge houses twenty anglers in first-class accommodations. Situated on the side of the mountain overlooking the lake, it presents the relaxing angler with a spectacular view of the lake and surrounding mountains from which to enjoy delicious meals and refreshing drinks. All rooms are air-conditioned and have private baths.

Lake Agua Milpa Fishing Package Price:
4 nights lodging (double occupancy) 3 full days of fishing - Price per person - $1250.00

Transportation cost:
Round trip ground transportation from Guadalajara or Puerto Vallarta per van - maximum of 6 anglers - $595.00
Round trip ground transportation from Tepic - minimum of two people - $85.00

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

Included in the Lake Agua Milpa 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 Agua Milpa Lodge Package:
Roundtrip transportation charge
Personal Purchases
Fishing permits/lake access fee - $38.00 per person

Lake Agua Milpa Fishing Season:
September through June. 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 Agua Milpa Fishing Lodge Capacity:
20 anglers.

Travel Logistics for Lake Agua Milpa Lodge:
Whichever airport you choose, you'll be met by a company representative and transported to the lodge.
Arrival into Guadalajara or Puerto Vallarta: Both of these airports are about three hours from the lodge and offer scenic drives to the lodge.
Arrival into Tepic: You may also fly commercial airline into Tepic, which is 45 minutes from the lake.

Lake Agua Milpa Itinerary:
Day 1: Arrival and transport to the lodge.
Days 2 - 4: Morning and afternoon fishing sessions on the lake. Overnight at the lodge.
Day 5: Return transfer to airport for your flight back home.

Weather at Lake Lake Agua Milpa:
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 rainsuit is a must.

Lake Agua Milpa 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 Agua Milpa Lodge:
The cooking staff will provide a delightful array of dishes for visiting anglers, including steaks and a variety of sea foods 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.

Activities for the Non-Angler at Lake Agua Milpa Lodge:
This lodge is primarily a fishing lodge and because of the remoteness of the facility, there are not many activities for the non-angler.

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

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