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Mr. Hans Bandows, Veryl Kelsey, Guenther Jexson, and Bud Warmington from Big Bear Lake, CA. participated and had a lot of fun during the First Annual Ed Curtis Memorial Sport Fishing Tournament.  Our friends Mr. and Mrs. Powell team up with Vince Smith and Karl Francis to win the First Annual Ed Curtis Memorial Sport Fishing Tournament. Here with Ronnie Verdugo, who was also the winner captain.

Mr. Dave Wing, fishing again with Gabino on the Nueva Era.  He came down with his lovely wife, his son Terry and girlfriend.     Our long time friend, Bonnie Terry with her daughter Tiffany showing that not only man can have fun fishing. It is always a pleasure to have them together with the Adams Family. 

Coming from the Bay Area to fish with Felipe and Reggie, Mr. Don Chang and friends Dave and Mark, going home with a total of 12 sails, 2 striped marlins, 22 tuna, 6 dorados (4 over 40#) and some pargos. 

Fishing from our dock was hot this week, catching all kind of fish;  roosterfish, amberjack, jack cravelle, lady fish and of course the needlefish. Light tackle is all you need to make it happen.  It was funny because with the action going on, I figured out how people fish on the big party boats.

Mr. Joe Donovan and son Patrick with a regular day of fishing this week, they caught 5 sails and two nice size dorados.  Patrick had his first sailfish, and he wanted to release it, but this one didn't survive.  This year so far from the 241 sails caught, only 5 have been accidentally killed.

Danten Eldregde, Robert Keim, Stuart Bisk and Bryan Bisk, they come down from Provo, Utah and the L.A. area. They get together for this annual fishing vacation. They fished with Juan, on the Mosca I and Victor on the Mosca III. This year catch 34 tunas, 7 dorados, 3 striped marlin and 2 sails. This is their 3rd trip. 

Mr. and Mrs. Zuņiga and friends having fun. After a good day of fishing, nothing beats a nice dinner from your catch of the day. Either tuna, dorado or even a nice marlin steak.

We like to thank our friend Mr. Parrette for sending the story on his last trip to the resort. He came down with his grandson Ryan Parrette to try and breaking a world record.

The following is a summary of  my grandson’s accomplishments over the July 4th weekend while fishing in Mexico. I had promised my grandson a fishing trip for Big Game fish and  I selected my favorite fishing area in Baja Calif, Mexico. My grandson had recently joined the Jr. IGFA (International Game Fish Association) and we were going to attempt to get a new record Striped Marlin, we did not accomplish that but he did get one great fish.

First Big Game fishing trip for 10 year old Ryan Parrette of Fremont, CA fishing out of  the Hotel Buenavista Beach Resort, (East Cape) Baja Calif. Mexico the 65lb Ryan caught on the first day of fishing a 270lb Blue Marlin. The Big Blue hit a Lure and took 56 minutes to land with the aid of a two-speed Reel. On the second day of fishing Ryan caught and released a 120lb Striped Marlin and a 85lb Sailfish. Ryan is the grandson of Bill Parrette of Milpitas, CA



Caught by: Ryan Parrette

From:  Fremont, California 

Caught:   July 2, 2000

Time: 11:55 am (56 minutes to catch)

Place of Catch: 25 Miles East of La Rivera, Baja Calif., Mexico

Boat:    Nueva Era (28 foot Cruiser)

Capt.:   Gabino

Deckhand:  Sergio



Type of Rod: Calstar  (Model GFTR 760L)

Type Reel: Shimono (TDL 50 LRS)

Fishing Line:60lb test line (P-Line CXX X-tra Strong)

Method: Lure (Red, Black and Silver Squid Lure)