This is John Mohler from Yucaipa California with a nice Stripe Marlin he caught aboard Nueva Era.

This is Rick Lanham and Chris Beccaria form Soquel California.  They caught this great Dorado along with fifteen Tuna while fishing aboard Eclipse. Here is June Melin from San Diego California with a Nice Dorado she caught while fishing aboard Mosca 1.
Here is Matt Povio and friend from Auburn California showing off for the camera the very nice Tuna they caught while fishing aboard Vagabundo.

This is a great photo sent to us by Joe Mizrahi of this great Dorado.  He caught this Dorado while fishing aboard Nevera Era and is getting a little help here from the deck hand Miguel.

As many of you know we had our annual "Los Chinos" Tournament this past week. Please take a look below at some of the highlights that were captured from both on the water and off.  We would like to say Thank You to all that were involved and we will see you again next year!!!!!

Again we would like to thank all that were involved with this great event. 


Last Week Fish Report Hotel Buenavista Beach Resort Fleet

This week's Fish and Condition report brought to you by captain Marco Yepiz and the boat Liliana!!!

From: July 4th - July 10th

Total boats out:62 Fisherman:186

Weather Temperature: :mid90's 

Water Temperature:82-84

Type Capture Release Total
 Blue Marlin ~ 1 1
 Black Marlin ~ ~ ~
  Striped Marlin 3 37 40
  Sailfish ~ 3 3
  Dorado 31 3 34
  Tuna 198 ~ 198
  Wahoo 1 ~ 1
  Roosterfish ~ 5 5
  Grupper ~ ~ ~
  Shark  ~ ~ ~
  Snapper 14 ~ 14
  Jack cravalle  ~ ~ ~
  Amberjack ~ ~ ~
  Bonita 2 ~ 2
  Yellowtail ~ ~ ~
  Ladyfish ~ ~ ~
  Pampano 13 ~ 13
  Triggerfish 10 ~ 10
  Squid ~ ~ ~
  Cabrilla ~ ~ ~
  Skip Jack ~ ~ ~
Sierra ~ ~ ~
Needle fish ~ ~ ~

Water Temperature: The water temperature has not changed much this week with it just a slight increase or decrease in some areas a degree or two.  Overall the water temperature is perfect!!  

Weather Temperature:  The Temperature has stayed on the warm side this week with temps. reaching the mid 90's.  We have started to see our first signs of rain in the up coming month or so.  Although we have not seen a drop yet we have been experiencing some large "Thunder heads" building above the mountains in the late afternoon.  As we all know an afternoon shower would be quite nice this time of year.  We will have to wait a little longer for that first shower.

Fishing Spots and Distance:  This week the distance and spots have varied from very close to shore out to around thirty miles.  The areas that have seen the most action are the areas off the light house and slightly North off the Punta Pescadero area  

Off-shore fishing.- Off shore the fishing continues very strong for Tuna.  The Tuna have been scattered in both directions.  The Tuna have bee running with the Porpise as they have the past few weeks.  They have been in many different schools that have ranged from about seven miles off the light house out as far as thirty five.  The bill fishing has taken place in both directions as well with the Marlin being seen very close to shore (as close as half a mile off) to around five miles out.  Most of this activity has taken place from in front of the light house as far south as Cabo Pulmo.  The Sailfish how ever have bee further to the North off the Punta Pescadero  region.   

In-shore fishing.- The inshore fishing has taken a back seat this past wee due to a majority of the anglers in the hotel being associated with the "Los Chinos" tournament we had here last week.  We have seen some good fishing for Rooster fish in the afternoon in the La Ribera area..  

Successful lures:  For the most part this week the lures have stayed fairly constant with last weeks report.   The Lures for the Tuna have been cedar plugs along with hoochies in the colors of white and red or blue and pink and finally blue and white.  The jigs for the Marlin and Wahoo have been pertolero, pink and black or black and green and white and blue.  

Bait Used: The bait this week has been for the most part Sardina.  This has been nice to see.  We have also had Mullett as bait as well.  Both these baits are good for the Rooster fish in the area.

Highlight of the Week:  The sighting of a Sword fish that was sighted feeding on the surface by one of the boats this week.  Unfortunately it went down as the boat approached.     We would like to mention that the new flight from Ontario, CA has begun  to see more  Click here!!!!

See you next week!