Mazatlan fishing is some of the best you'll find
anywhere in the world. Just across the Sea
of Cortez from the famed marlin-rich waters of
San Lucas and the Baja, people come from all
over the world to fish these waters, known for year-round
sailfish, wahoo, mahi mahi and yellowfin tuna, as
well as some of the biggest marlin ever caught -
anywhere! Our sportfishing options include
deep sea big-game fishing for Marlin, Tuna, Mahi
Mahi, Sailfish, and more. If you want to do
bottom fishing instead, that's not a problem - couple
that with our Bass Fishing
options, and we've got the right trip for everyone!
What's more, we've got the best rates!
FREE DISCOUNT CARD!
WITH YOUR RESERVATION
Q: IS TRANSPORTATION TO THE MARINA INCLUDED?
A: Yes, if you book our 34' Luhrs or 43' Custom, we'll
pick you up at your hotel or cruise ship pier. For the remainder
of the boats, we offer pickup for customers staying in the Golden Zone
hotels only. Cruise passengers or downtown guests will meet at
Q: DO I NEED A FISHING LICENSE IN MAZATLAN?
A: Yes. Fishing licenses can be bought at the marina on
the day of your trip for approximately $12.00/day.
Q: I'M AFRAID I'LL GET SEASICK - WHAT SHOULD
A: We always recommend taking a seasickness prevention such as
24 hour less-drowsy Dramamine one hour before departure on any boat
or fishing trip. We prefer these to regular Dramamine because
they don't make you sleepy and you only need one pill a day, instead
of every four hours. If you do that, and don't drink too much
the night before (Hangovers are not helpful), you shouldn't have any
problem at all.
Q: AFTER FISHING, CAN I TAKE THE FISH BACK
WITH ME TO THE STATES?
Yes, as long as it's well-frozen and in a leak-proof container.
The amount you can bring back will be subject to the airline restrictions
- check with your airline for complete baggage information to see how
much it will cost you to bring it back with you. If you are on
a cruise ship, contact the ship directly to see if they allow fish on
board (most don't but it can't hurt to ask).
For more information about the customs rules regarding
seafood imports into the U.S., click
here. Make sure also to check the FDA
Alerts List to be sure your fish isn't on there - if it is, you
won't be allowed to bring it in. We pack it in ice for you like
you'd get at a supermarket, but we don't provide packing and shipping
services. Ask your hotel about using their freezer space.
If you're bringing frozen fish back with you, you'll
want to contact the U.S. Food and Drug Administration at (301) 436-1576
if you have any additional questions. If you're bringing a stuffed
and mounted fish back with you, check with the U.S. Department of Fish
and Wildlife at (703) 358-2104 and your airline to make sure you are
fully informed of all regulations regarding, cost, duties, and limits.
You can also call the Mexico Department of Fisheries with any questions
- they are located in San Diego, California at