Huge variety of fish
Inshore fishing, on the other hand, is anything within 9 miles of the shore line. Estuaries, bays, inter-coastal waterways, and saltwater flats are often wrongly listed as the only popular inshore fishing spots, but as we just mentioned, offshore fishing also applies to anything within 9 miles of the coast.
Inside Banderas Bay, you’ll find a huge variety of fish. Bonita, Skipjack, Jack Crevalle, Sierra Mackerel, Pargo, Red Snapper, Grouper, Mahi Mahi and dozens of other varieties await you. While the huge trophy fish generally prefer the cooler waters of the Pacific, they do occasionally venture into the bay. If you’re bottom fishing, trolling, or are a recreational fisherman who just wants to be on the water, this is a great destination.
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The Ameca River is the boundary between Jalisco and Nayarit on its way to the Pacific Ocean, where it drains into the Bahía de Banderas. This spot is full of nutrients and is a great fishing spot. You will need at least a 4-hour fishing charter for this fishing spot. The following species are very common in this area:
You will need at least a 2 hour fishing charter for this fishing spot. The following species are very common in this area:
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