Now our fleet gather around after every fishing day to fuel up, yes after years of my Dad dislike of a hoes from land to the ocean, he agreed to improve this system as long as our captain committed to take care of the most beautiful beach in the East Cape, which was my dads and us main concern..
Mrs. Shannan Usiak from Corrales NM. with a 50 lbs dorado caught while fishing with Ramon on the 3 Hermanos. Congratulations nice bull dorado!!! James Sherman from La Habra CA run in some tuna while fishing with Jesus Araiza and Mauricio on the Eclipse 91, there are tuna around it is a matter of finding them. . 
Marcos Davidson, Fernando Adachi, y Hector Torres our local friend enjoining a good day of fishing. 2 sail released and one dorado. This is how the flags should always be like, but once again this is fishing not catching. 
Our new brand panoramic, you can see it miles away, I hope you like it, and if you are planning on driving this is how it will look from both sides, from there you just follow the dirt road for about 500 yds, and you will see the Hotel entrance.
Last Week Fish Report Hotel Buenavista Beach Resort Fleet

Last week's Fish and Condition report brought to you by Angel Ortiz, boat manager and Felipe Ruiz, on the Yanet

From: August 23rd - 29th, 2002 

Total boats out: 45 Fisherman: 115

Weather Temperature: High 80īs - Mid  90`s

Water Temperature: 82°- 86°

Type Capture Release Total
 Blue Marlin ~ ~ ~
 Black Marlin ~ ~ ~
  Striped Marlin ~ 3 3
  Sailfish ~ 4 4
  Dorado 31 2 33
  Tuna 40 ~ 40
  Wahoo ~ ~ ~
  Roosterfish ~ 25 25
  Grupper ~ ~ ~
  Shark ~ ~ ~
  Snapper 63 ~ 63
  Jack cravalle  ~ 11 11
  Amberjack 7 ~ 7
  Bonita ~ ~ ~
  Yellowtail 3 ~ 3
  Ladyfish ~ ~ ~
  Pampano 1 ~ 1
  Triggerfish ~ ~ ~
  Sierra ~ ~ ~
  Cabrilla ~ 0 ~
  Skip Jack ~ 19 19

Water Temperature:  We are right in the middle of summer and water conditions normally they don't vary much, but the fish continue running and that is the trick, to find them. 

Weather Temperature:  Great water conditions, we are starting to feel the heat a little more, some rains during this week, but it didn't affect us much, it made the day feel like a steam room, but only for a small while.. 

Fishing Spots and Distance: 

Off-shore fishing.- Not too much action going on with bill fish, dorados in the other hand are being found very close to shore and some are really big up to 77lbs, tuna it is a hit an miss, and if you want to go find them you will have to spend the whole day only looking for them. 

In-shore fishing.- The good thing about the East Cape is that you know you are going to have some action, if it is not off-shore it will be in-shore,  

Successful lures: Mean joe green and petrolero above all..

Bait Used: Bait guys continue to have some problem with the bait, some days they don't find enough, but they managed well so that everyone has some. Sardine is fine..

Highlight of the Week: Good size dorados, and some school dorados, it is summer and with the rains the debris in the water is plentiful and once hook a whole school of dorado can start biting.