NOTE: In order to avoid big web page we have came out with these links. 
Dan Brown, Robert Kastle, Rick Fling from Denver Colorado, with 2 nice dorados, and we can't see 2 Striped Marlin that were released, while fishing with Jesus Araiza and Mauricio on the Eclipse Glenn Holcomb's party from Oakley CA,  with one of the first Blue Marlin this year. They were fishing with Alejandro on the Hakunah Matata
Stacy Hutchens and Lori Reed from Corpus Christi, TX  here with 2 of 5 Rooster (3 released) while fishing with Santiago on the Mosca IV.  They showed the guys how it needs to be done.  A small correction done, since they fished with Santiago not with Victor Jr. 
Rick Heikens from Hollister CA.  while fishing with Juan Diego, here showing 3 Dorados nice dorados, caught on the Nueva Era, the fastest boat in our fleet, together with the Hatteras and the new Dusty B II Phil Willis, Jeff Linberg, Steve Woodill from Santa Barbara and San Juan Bautista CA. 8 Dorados, some very nice dorados. They fish with Felipe and Reginaldo on the Yanet.
Paul Blevins and friend from San Diego CA with a nice Mako Shark and 1 dorado, while fishing with Rafael and Julio on the Porque No. We also like to thank him for his nice letter.

Bueno Diaz Imelda,

 El loncha este Julio y Rafael. No photographica a web site por Mayo. Porque No?

As usual we had the best time and we plan to make many more visits to your fine hotel. We hope to bring more of our friends with us so that thay can also enjoy the beauty and wonderment of the East Cape.

My special wishes to Julio and Raphael. They were a great team. When other boats had a hard time finding the marlin, they were able to find them. They were the best! I hope to be there again soon. All my best wishes,

 Paul & Rhonda Blevins

Mark Kelly, Harry Prall from Reno Nevada, here with 3 Dorados and  5 Rooster (released), plus 2 Bonita and 1 Sierra as you can see they were all caught while fly-fishing.
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 Rafael, Porque No's  Captain.

   
From: May 31st - June 6th, 2002 

Total boats out: 90 Fisherman: 270

Weather Temperature: Low 70īs - Mid  90`s

Water Temperature: 80°- 82°

Type Capture Release Total
 Blue Marlin 1 ~ 1
 Black Marlin ~ ~ ~
  Striped Marlin ~ 15 15
  Sailfish ~ ~ ~
  Dorado 85 ~ 85
  Tuna 8 ~ 8
  Wahoo ~ ~ ~
  Roosterfish 3 64 67
  Grupper ~ ~ ~
  Shark 1 ~ 1
  Snapper 30 ~ 30
  Jack cravalle  ~ 6 6
  Amberjack ~ ~ ~
  Bonita ~ 32 32
  Yellowtail 1 ~ 1
  Ladyfish ~ ~ ~
  Pampano 3 ~ 3
  Triggerfish 6 ~ 6
  Sierra 2 ~ 2
  Cabrilla ~ 5 5
  Skip Jack ~ 71 71

Water Temperature:  As we mentioned last week, with water at the temperature that we are having it wouldn't be long to start having the blues, well some came in this week, as other just broke the line, or simple got unhooked.  This week the temperature of water continues to increase, but a very slowly paste, but conditions are fine as they are, we should see more tuna, sails and of course sails, on the week to come. 

Weather Temperature:   We can proudly say, the weather conditions are VERY NICE not to hot and great fishing, the nice breeze from the south east, makes the day and evening quite nice.  Still as you can remember around 7:30 to 8:30 we always have a small period of time, where no leaf moves, but that is just for small while, then after the nice breeze kicks in again.   

Fishing Spots and Distance: 

Off-shore fishing.- North, South, East and well not west, but our fleet is going everywhere, to Punta Pescadero and El Cardonal to the North, to out in front of the resort, to all Punta Arena and Los Frailes to the South, is good fishing. I will say it again, it is not wide open, but if you are in the right place at the right time, is great fishing, we have been having mix feeling some say is great fishing to some fisherman not doing that great. This week for example for those who found the death wale first, it was great fishing, but this was not the case for everyone. 

In-shore fishing.- Same as last week, but with better quality fish, great roosterfish and jack cravelles, it. This definitely a great option to combine a day off-shore and a day in-shore. Bring your light tackle, 10-15 lbs with no leader, you will have a great action day, you may end up even more tire, than fishing for big blues or striped marlin. 

Successful lures: Not a change yet, petrolero, mean joe green, purpuras (black and purple), bleeding mackarel, bleeding dorado. Not a change yet reported.  

Bait Used: Sardine, mullet, and small jacks, this week the bait guys had some trouble, but they found the bait again by the end of the week.. 

Highlight of the Week: If you have been in the East Cape when a dead whale was spotted, you know it can not go undetected nor out of our highlight of the week. Great dorado fishing good size one also. Some tunas this week, but the small ones, football size. More blues this week, but it was wear that there were no sails, well this is fishing.