Our Puerto Vallarta fishing area is located on Mexico's open
central Pacific coast at about latitude 20 degrees north, well into the
tropics, but still subject to some winter influence and seasonality in
the
Puerto Vallarta fishery.
Puerto Vallarta's offshore sport fishing water temperatures
range from the low-70s in February-March, to the high-80s in
August-September.
During the summer-fall months of June into November is the peak
yellowfin tuna season brings tuna of all sizes, including those huge
cow's that
Puerto Vallarta sport fishing is Famous for huge tuna
pushing close to the 400-pound class, as water temperatures and
sea conditions stabilize from about September onwards is peak
seasons for  Puerto Vallarta dorado (also called mahi-mahi or
dolphinfish), tuna, black marlin, blue marlin, sailfish, and wahoo.  
You can also catch striped marlin in the colder months of the year.

Inshore
Puerto Vallarta Sport fishing for jacks, snappers,
roosterfish, Pompano, and other  Puerto Vallarta fish species are
always available, with a good midsummer roosterfish run during
July-August, jack crevalle peaking during February-March, and the
various pargo or snapper species, featuring some really nice dog
snappers, peaking in May-June. Cool water-loving sierra are most
abundant during March-April, and there are almost always at least
some dorado around offshore and inshore. while
Puerto Vallarta
offers excellent
fishing basically all year around for huge tuna and
billfish plus the city is one of the world's most famous and important
vacation destinations in Mexico the Puerto Vallarta sport fishing
opportunities are even today still in the process of being
"discovered" by the outside world. The old town of Puerto Vallarta is
far from "old" by Mexican standards, having been first settled in
1851 by the family of Guadalupe Sanchez, as tradition would have
it, and not really becoming known to outsiders until the early 1960s
when the filming of the Tennessee Williams play "The Night of the
Iguana" at nearby Mismaloya occurred here, accompanied by a
storm of tabloid headlines generated by Richard Burton, Elizabeth
Taylor, and Taylor's jilted husband Eddie Fisher. The "priceless"
publicity generated by director John Houston's filming of "The Night
of the Iguana" put Puerto Vallarta on the world map and touched off
today's tourism and real estate boom, together with Puerto Vallarta's
modern marina and many sportfishing charter boats and  Super
panga's is One big reason that
Puerto Vallarta's  fishing waters
are remarkable and are always productive is because
Puerto
Vallarta fishing
is blessed with more offshore "structure" than at
any other point on Mexico's southern Pacific coast.  For more info
on Puerto Vallarta fishing please contact us
info@fishigpuertovallarta.net
 
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in Catching big Game fish!
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