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December here in Puerto Vallarta starts the fishing off with several tournaments. This is the time of the year when warm water is moving out and the cooling water is moving in. This brings and some spectacular fishing here and beautiful Puerto Vallarta. There are some fish that leave but more to take their place for fishing charters here in Mexico.

Here's what you can expect to catch during the winter months right here in Mexico. In the winter months, we usually fish the outside of the Bay and the deeper water for sale fish, tuna, wahoo mahi-mahi, and sailfish. Will be running a lot of different baits along with some Black Bart's Skip and Bates so we can bring up these pelagic fish right here in beautiful Puerto Vallarta. If you're looking for Bay fishing and some of the shallow Waters we have all you can handle. We all can catch Spanish mackerel, yellowtail, skipjack tuna, snapper, roosterfish and some Mahi Mahi.

If you're going to be coming down for the holidays be sure and check with us before coming down because everyone loves to come to Puerto Vallarta for the holidays. Thanksgiving in Puerto Vallarta is amazing warm weather sandy beaches and beautiful water. Christmas time and New Year's is just incredible here we still have warm water being the mid-70s the fishing is hot. There will be a lot of people here so we always ask for folks to please book in advance before coming down. You program if you're looking for warm weather and hot action Puerto Vallarta is the place to be. Be sure and shoot us an email to see what our availability is and to give us a heads up on how many be in your group and of course what you'd like to fish for.
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This is Captain Pete with our December report and cruise right here in Sandy Puerto Vallarta where are the friendliest people in the world


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