Shore fishing at Serena Residences, Mazatlan, Mexico.

Posted on February 24th, 2010

On our last shooting day we planned to head back out along the north-west coast of Mexico to chase trophy Roosterfish.  We were ready at 6am and were cruising towards the El Cid harbor outlet when we saw the red-flag was up.  In Mazatlan, Mexico that means that the harbor-master has deemed it un-safe to leave the harbor due to strong winds and big waves, so we turned around, headed back to the dock and decided to go shore fishing for a few hours.  As we put-putted back, we had our lines out and I hooked my first Curvina (Corbina in English).  A beautiul 7-8 lb., silver fish that looks much like a Redfish.  It gave me a good fight but it got off about 5′ from the boat.  Within an hour we drove about 10 miles up the coast to check out some of the most dramatic surf-shorelines.  By the time we arrived there, the winds were howling and the rollers were beating on the shorelines.  We had a chance to fish, but the conditions were too rough and murky, so we ended up enjoying a few hours of site-seeing.  If you love to fish, site-see, enjoy gourmet meals, golf and trophy fishing, Serena Residences and Cardon Resort in conjunction with El Salto Adventures offers combination trips that will meet all of our needs in a wonderful part of Mexico.

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