bass fishing mexico


At Lake El Salto, Mexico

We have a Villa Resort named La Papalota, just 3 minutes away from the lake, where you can stay when fishing for more than a day or if you are fishing for one day, we will serve you a great variety of meals (fresh or saltwater fish, shrimp, steaks, etc.).
This Ranch has belong to a local family, for around 4 generations (more than a hundred years), 11 months ago, the ranch was improved to be a fishermen lodge, with all the facilities to make your visit very pleasent.

We only have 20 rooms, and we fill them up pretty easy, so your advance reservation its neccessary,just call us at our toll free number, to check availaibility.


Our Mission
Our mission at La Papalota Lodge is to provide service oriented fishing trips with excellence. Our goal is to make sure you have the most memorable and hassle free r fishing trip of your life.
Company Profile
La PapalotaLodge has over 15 years of experience in making bass fishing dreams come true. Wwe make sure you will have an experience you won't forget. Over the years we have always strived to give you great food, great service, and have gone the extra mile to keep you coming back year after year. We make sure that from the moment you arrive to the moment you depart, you are treated like royalty.
A Day at the Lodge     A typical day at La Papalota begins with juice and coffee taken to your room as a wake up call. Then you will make your way down to the restaurant for a fantastic breakfast. Afterwards, we will then take you down to the boats or trucks for a wonderful day of fishing or hunting. Your morning usually ends at 11:00 a.m. when you come back to the lodge for lunch. (If you prefer, a sack lunch can be prepared if you wish to stay out the whole day). After lunch you'll have some free time for a little siesta (nap). After which, around 2:00 p.m. you'll be back in the boat or back to the fields to stay out until just before dark. Then you will be returned to the lodge for an excellent dinner and afterwards hear about all the great fish tales and hunts of the day and, of course, the big one that got away.