Mexico Bass Fishing Trip Planning Q & A with MLF Commissioner Don Rucks
The U.S. is dotted with epic bass fishing destinations, but sometimes the grass is greener across the border; if bass fishing Mexico is on your bucket list, heed the advice from a man who has been there, done that, and continues to go back
In the world of bass fishing, there may be no better major-league destination on the planet than the red-hot action found south of the Rio Grande River in old Mexico.
Starting many years ago with the fish-every-cast action found on storied Lake Guerrero, bass catching opportunities in Mexico have steadily expanded to include a number of fabled lakes offering mind-boggling numbers, double-digit weights, stunningly gorgeous waters, and the warm, delicious food and hospitality found south of the border.
Long a fan of the tremendous bass-catching action found in Mexico, Major League Fishing commissioner Don Rucks recently toured the region again and found the fishing to be as spectacular as ever.
MajorLeagueFishing.com: How many Mexico bass fishing trips have you been on over the years?
Commissioner Rucks: I’ve been really fortunate to have experienced the excellent bass fishing Mexico offers on at least a dozen different week-long trips over the last 20 years. My most recent trip took place in January 2016.
MajorLeagueFishing.com: With a number of good U.S. fisheries, why travel all the way to Mexico to go bass fishing?
Commissioner Rucks: Bass fishing just doesn’t get any better in the world than it is in Mexico. Period.
MajorLeagueFishing.com: What is the largest bass you have ever caught in Mexico?
Read the rest of the Q & A at MajorLeagueFishing.com.