With the blue, warm waters of the Sea of Cortez, fishing is one of the most popular activities among the locals and tourists in Rocky Point, Mexico. Whether you want to fish form the shore, beach, or from a boat, fishing is always very fruitful during the warmer months of the year.

Everyone enjoys fishing in Rocky Point, since the Sea of Cortez offers plenty of opportunities for catches by beginning and expert fishermen. Spring and summer are the best months for fishing in the beautiful Sea of Cortez, with plenty of red snapper, whitefish, halibut, gold-spotted bass, black sea bass, and trigger fish. You can also charter a fishing boat during late summer, where you can fish for Dorado, marlin, and other species of fish.

Plan Your Rocky Point Fishing Adventure

In Penasco’s “Old Port,” you’ll find plenty of places to fish, as well as plenty of the locals who sell their fresh catch of the day. Grill some fresh fish on the barbeque after spending a long day on the beach. It’s a great way to prepare a meal.

If you decide to charter a boat, Rocky Point has several experts who offer charter services. Many of them will take you several miles from the shore where you can catch cochis, rock bass, pinto sass and sardineros, creating a fishing experience that you won’t forget.

The boat charters include everything you need for a great fishing trip including, rods, reels, bait, tackle, permits, insurance—boat captain included. They’ll take you 12 to 15 miles off shore in order to reel in the big ones.

Enjoy the deep blue waters of the Sea of Cortez while you challenge your fishing skills at one of the most popular tropical resorts in Mexico. There are so many different species of fish in the ocean that it’s almost impossible to name them all, but you can try your luck at catching them, making your deep-sea fishing experience the memory of a lifetime.

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