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David Brooks from Cloverdale, CA here with 1 Stripped and 1 Wahoo while fishing with Jose on the Vagabundo.  Jose may have something going with wahoo's since he won the wahoo category in the mainland tournament last month. Here is a nice picture of a  250 lbs Stripped Marlin capture on June 11th. They tried to release it, but they couldn't. It was caught by James Hagen John Pelowski, Tony Seaton from Coarse Gold, CA. This is the third over 200 stripped marling caught  and release during this month.
Jay Wright from Miami Florida 1 Dorado (40 lbs), 2 Rooster (1 release)  and one at 45 lbs. with  Javier on  the Jindo. Bill Campbell, from Reno, NV  "Dorado Guillermo" Fishing with Juan Diego on the Mosca III.
John Paulson and sons Jacob 7 and Dylan 7, the guys day out fishing, while wife and sister staid at resort and enjoyed the pool. It is very nice to see our friends, we missed them, since last year they only came once. The ladies at the resort have a ball with a very nice family and of course I have to mentioned that they are triplets. They visit us from Covina, CA. On this day they caught  25 Rooster (25 release), 2 Pargo, 3 Cabrilla, 3 Bonita, 2 Dorado, 1 Pampano
A beautiful Eclipse at the East Cape, this happen during this week. It was quite a show.
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 Marcos, Liliana's Captain

   
From: June 7th - June 13th, 2002 

Total boats out:146Fisherman: 438

Weather Temperature: Low 70īs - Low  90`s

Water Temperature: 80°- 83°

Type Capture Release Total
 Blue Marlin ~ 5 5
 Black Marlin ~ ~ ~
  Striped Marlin 15 103 118
  Sailfish ~ ~ ~
  Dorado 133 4 137
  Tuna 3 ~ 3
  Wahoo 2 ~ 2
  Roosterfish 2 161 163
  Grupper ~ ~ ~
  Shark ~ 1 1
  Snapper 17 8 25
  Jack cravalle  ~ ~ ~
  Amberjack 5 ~ 5
  Bonita ~ 27 27
  Yellowtail ~ ~ ~
  Ladyfish ~ 1 1
  Pampano 4 ~ 4
  Triggerfish 12 ~ 12
  Sierra 6 ~ 6
  Cabrilla 28 8 36
  Skip Jack ~ 32 32

Water Temperature:  Even with some small North winds (very unusual for this late on the year) this week, water conditions continue to be great.  The temperature range is perfect, and it shows as the numbers of fish caught and released were also great, among the best this year.  

Weather Temperature:   June is suppose to be the starting of our normal hot summer, but this year and for two weeks in arrow, the weather conditions continue to be nice with high's in the mid 90's, and with little wind from the North, it can be comfortable even for our guest coming from way North in the States. 

Fishing Spots and Distance: 

Off-shore fishing.- ONCE AGAIN; North, South, East  the only ones complaining are those guest looking for a lot of dorados and tuna. Dorado there are, but big one, and those are traveling in small groups. Tuna, still a big absent this year still. But for our guest looking for challenging and fun fishing, they are getting their hands full, since the fishing has been the best this year, so far.  

In-shore fishing.- Fishing close to the beach has also help to give the best week of the year  recognition to this week, since the quality and quantity of our fishery has each fisherman busy during the whole day.    

Successful lures: Like the old locals say, when fishing is good, any lure is good, this is how it is right now. 

Bait Used: Bait continues to be the same, plenty.  

Highlight of the Week: Striped marlin to tire a lot of arms this past week, Mr. Viodes caught and released 7 in one day, and the average this week is the best striped marlin average per boat since 1999 when the 88 bank was going crazy, but this time is closer.