Welcome to Anglers Inn: At Anglers Inn you
will be treated like a king while fishing for Florida-strain
bass. We have had more than 28 years experience taking care
of our visitors. Be assured our accommodations, equipment
and staff are the highest quality. Upon your arrival at your
gateway city, you will be met by a bilingual Anglers Inn
representative at the airport and transported to the lodge.
Beer, bottled water and soft drinks will be on board for the
Immigration: You will need a passport and a valid photo
ID in order to obtain your tourist visa from the Mexican
officials or your airline before entering Mexico. If
traveling with a minor under 18 years of age, you must have
a notarized permission letter signed by the other parent.
Climate: From November through March the
mornings are cool, requiring a light jacket or sweatshirt.
By midday, the temperature rises to the high 70’s or low
80’s. After March the midday temperature will rise to the
high 80’s through the mid-90s. It is still cool enough on
the lake in the morning to require a light jacket. We have
air-conditioned rooms and dining rooms for your comfort.
Insect Repellent & Sunscreen: Keep it on at
all time when outdoors. Now and then we have a “No-See-Um”
problem! Any kind of repellent works. Also be sure to bring
the sun screen of your choice.
Water & Ice: Purified bottled water, bottled
exclusively for Anglers Inn, is provided in boats and at
Boats & Equipment: All of our guests will be
fishing out of Tracker boats equipped, 48 h.p. Yamaha,
trolling motors, swivel seats and Coast Guard approved life
Anglers Inn fisherman’s checklist:
Roads and Case
Proof of Citizenship
Camera & Film
Call Anglers Inn for updates 2 weeks
prior to your arrival