Best Fly-Fishing in Mexico

This list represents the most popular fly-fishing in Mexico. Use this list to plan your next Mexico fly-fishing trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

  • #1 Bahia Agua Verde

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    Agua Verde Village, MX

    Agua Verde is the reputed model for the village described in Gene Kira’s popular novel, King of the Moon. This area has rocky and sandy shoreline that provides cover for a variety of fish species ...
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    Agua Verde is the reputed model for the village described in Gene Kira’s popular novel, King of the Moon. This area has rocky ...

  • #2 Magdalena Bay

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    San Carlos, MX

    Mag Bay is the largest bay on the Baja peninsula, is on the Pacific side and is about 800 miles south of the U.S. border. Saltwater fly fishing here is like angling in fresh water for much larger ...
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    Mag Bay is the largest bay on the Baja peninsula, is on the Pacific side and is about 800 miles south of the U.S. border. ...

  • #3 San Jose del Cabo

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    San Jose del Cabo, MX

    It’s surprising how little pressure this area receives considering the easy access. This can be a great road trip for the fly angler: vistas, beaches and bumpy dirt roads. Don’t let the dust ...
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    It’s surprising how little pressure this area receives considering the easy access. This can be a great road trip for the ...

  • #4 Cabo San Lucas

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    Cabo San Lucas, MX

    Cabo San Lucas, long considered the marlin capital of the world, has over 50,000 marlin, sailfish, and swordfish hooked a year. This is the place to go to catch a billfish with a fly rod. There ...
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    Cabo San Lucas, long considered the marlin capital of the world, has over 50,000 marlin, sailfish, and swordfish hooked a ...

  • #5 Punta Mechudo & San Evaristo

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    San Evaristo, MX

    If a remote fly fishing adventure is for you, these are your spots! On this trip you will drive, fish rocky areas, drive, fish beaches and drive some more. Types of Fish: Shore: Rock areas ...
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    If a remote fly fishing adventure is for you, these are your spots! On this trip you will drive, fish rocky areas, drive, ...

  • #6 Buena Vista & Los Barriles

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    Los Barriles, MX

    This area, considered the heart of the East Cape region, is only 45 minutes from the Los Cabos airport — most angler’s point of arrival in southern Baja. The area offers a multitude of fly fishing ...
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    This area, considered the heart of the East Cape region, is only 45 minutes from the Los Cabos airport — most angler’s point ...

  • #7 Cabo Pulmo

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    Barracas, MX

    Among other desirable features, Cabo Pulmo is at the outer limit of the cruising range of most fishing fleets. This means fewer boats, from either Cabo or East Cape, fish the area. Fly fishers ...
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    Among other desirable features, Cabo Pulmo is at the outer limit of the cruising range of most fishing fleets. This means ...

  • #8 Punta Arena & Punta Colorada

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    Las Cuevas, MX

    These remote areas are for the more adventuresome and hardy fly fisher. We fly fish this area using 4 wheel ATVs for leg power and to get around some of the rocks. This area can offer the dedicated ...
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    These remote areas are for the more adventuresome and hardy fly fisher. We fly fish this area using 4 wheel ATVs for leg ...

  • #9 La Ribera

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    La Ribera, MX

    The road is paved to the town of La Ribera and the beach is accessed from a well-traveled dirt road east of the town. At the end of the access road is a small fleet of pangas, the 24' open skiffs ...
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    The road is paved to the town of La Ribera and the beach is accessed from a well-traveled dirt road east of the town. At ...

  • #10 Bahia Los Frailes

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    Cabo Pulmo, MX

    Stories of huge tuna and amberjacks caught inside Bahía Los Frailes have drawn conventional anglers here from around the world. This unique bay, a favorite anchorage of yachters cruising the ...
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    Stories of huge tuna and amberjacks caught inside Bahía Los Frailes have drawn conventional anglers here from around the ...

  • #11 La Paz Area

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    La Paz, MX

    The area around La Paz, capital of Baja California Sur, offers a variety of fly fishing venues and is a good base for jaunts to several other locations featured in this guidebook. It is 125 miles ...
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    The area around La Paz, capital of Baja California Sur, offers a variety of fly fishing venues and is a good base for jaunts ...

  • #12 La Ventana to El Sargento

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    La Ventana, MX

    Here’s an easy day trip from La Paz with over 20 miles of white sandy beach. Sight casting is the game here as this is a perfect area to stroll while searching for fish. Look for dark shadows ...
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    Here’s an easy day trip from La Paz with over 20 miles of white sandy beach. Sight casting is the game here as this is a ...

  • #13 Loreto Area

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    Loreto, MX

    Loreto’s large panga fleet makes hiring a boat for your own fly fishing trip easy. Several companies here also offer inshore and offshore trips including Baja Bigfish Co. that caters to fly fishers. ...
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    Loreto’s large panga fleet makes hiring a boat for your own fly fishing trip easy. Several companies here also offer inshore ...

  • #14 Punta Pescadero

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    Los Barriles, MX

    Fly fishing in this area is a special treat reminiscent of fishing a rocky river bank, except you and the water are warm! This point offers a lot of exposed structure that provides cover for ...
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    Fly fishing in this area is a special treat reminiscent of fishing a rocky river bank, except you and the water are warm! ...

  • #15 Bahia de los Muertos

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    San Juan de los Planes, MX

    This bay is a popular anchorage for yachts and sailboats sailing around Baja. Facing east, the bay is well protected from north winds that can cause problems for fly anglers. At the north end ...
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    This bay is a popular anchorage for yachts and sailboats sailing around Baja. Facing east, the bay is well protected from ...

  • #16 Bahia San Nicolas

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    San Nicolas, MX

    This long, open bay is close to two large towns: Loreto to the south and Mulege to the north. Because it takes a bit of dirt road travel, this area is not very busy. Fishing along the shoreline ...
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    This long, open bay is close to two large towns: Loreto to the south and Mulege to the north. Because it takes a bit of dirt ...

  • #17 Las Arenas

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    Los Muertos, MX

    This area has it all: expansive east and west beaches, outstanding inshore and offshore fishing and what many consider to be the best rooster fishing area in all Baja. All this fly fishing is ...
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    This area has it all: expansive east and west beaches, outstanding inshore and offshore fishing and what many consider to ...

  • #18 Punta Chivato

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    La Vibora, MX

    Punta Chivato is at the end of a 7.5 mile peninsula the juts into the middle of the Sea of Cortez near San Bruno. The peninsula offers three types of shore fly angling: rocky shoreline, sandy ...
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    Punta Chivato is at the end of a 7.5 mile peninsula the juts into the middle of the Sea of Cortez near San Bruno. The peninsula ...

  • #19 El Cardonal

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    El Cardonal, MX

    With unspoiled vistas and spectacular rock cliffs, this spot is a “must” for anglers interested in exploring and fishing a remote area in Baja. You’ll find a few sandy beaches here but the area ...
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    With unspoiled vistas and spectacular rock cliffs, this spot is a “must” for anglers interested in exploring and fishing ...

  • #20 Bahia Concepcion

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    El Aguajito, MX

    Thirty miles long, four miles wide and surrounded by land on three sides, Bahía Concepción is one of the most picturesque spots in Baja. Look for yellowtail and barracuda near the north-facing ...
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    Thirty miles long, four miles wide and surrounded by land on three sides, Bahía Concepción is one of the most picturesque ...