Huatulco – A Great Gulf Location
Huatulco is located of the Gulf of Tehuantepec, which can feature strong winds throughout much of the year. It is part of Oaxaca, one of Mexico's most popular regions, and known for its unique beauty. One of the species that people like to catch here is, Sailfish, which peak from May through October, as well as the Marlin. Some other popular species that you have a good chance of catching are Dorado, Wahoo and Yellowfin Tuna. There are also good chances of catching smaller sharks at virtually any time of year. Good Huatulco fishing spots can be easily found within 2 miles of the beaches, and an increased number of prime fishing spots are found where the Middle American Trench runs through.
A Huatulco fishing charter provides some of Mexico's very best fishing opportunities. They visit the most popular spots for fishing, which have unique geographical features. For example, many boats head west of Cacaluta Island because of the deep underwater canyons in the area. There are 5,000 foot cliffs that are found within 800 feet of the water's surface. This unique area sees a large amount of different types of fish. Tangolunda Bay is another prime fishing spot within a few miles of the beach areas and easily reachable by any charters. Many charter boats will take fishermen 18 to 30 miles out to take advantage of the opportunities the Middle America Trench offers, especially if they're looking for a little more of a challenge.
Fishing Huatulco experiences aren't complete without fishing tournaments. This are very popular events with all ages, complete with live music, and food. There often are million pesos in prizes available for competitors. If you want to take part in a tournament, contact us to see when is the next fishing tournament coming up. While this may not be one of the more famous fishing areas of Mexico, it definitely is worthwhile to consider.
Huatulco Fishing Season