Located in one of the largest bays in Mexico, Punta de Mita is a great spot for your next fishing trip.

Although the country as a whole has more than 11,000 kilometers of coastline between two oceans, Mexico is not recognized for its potential for commercial fishing, it is recognized as a wonderful setting for sports fishing enthusiasts. The states of Nayarit and Jalisco particularly do not contribute majorly to the national seafood market (less than 3% to be exact), so the chances of finding valuable fishing prey increase generously.

The main species that can be found in the region are the snapper, roosterfish, sea bass, dorado, swordfish, and tuna; although it is also possible to find some specimens of sailfish, giant tuna, and black or blue marlin.

Come to live your “act of small rebellion,” as Robert Traver wrote in his Testament of a Fisherman, our prey “respond only to quietude and humility and endless patience.”