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PHOTO GALLERY AND FISHING AND CONDITION REPORT   WEEK: JULY 4th WEEK.

This is Togo Hazard from San Diego showing off the 68lb Tuna he caught aboard the Dusty B..  This was just one of the ten Tuna he caught during this day.

Here is Ian McQuistan form Iowa City, Iowa showing us one of the two Dorado he caught fishing aboard yanet.  Ian also released one marlin on this day.

This is Dave Dial from Oakley California showing us the great rooster he caught here in front of the hotel as he was ending his day.  Dave also caught six Tuna while out fishing with Capitan Juan.

Here is a nice rooster that is being brought in by one of the dock boys as they are waiting for the next boat to arrive at the end of the day.  Not a bad way to wait is it?

This is the Lesinsky group from Los Angles California.  They had a great day catching four Tuna one Sail and this Blue Marlin.  They were aboard the Liliana with captain Marcos. Here is Dave Dial  joined by his wife Lori.  They are showing us the three great Dorado they caught while out once again with captain Juan.

Here is Terry and Sean Young from West Hills Ca. with this nice Blue Marlin.  They also got one Sail fish and one Tuna

Below is Peter Kettler and Gary Winn along with their wives from Denver Colorado showing us this great Blue Marlin they caught while fishing aboard Vanessa.

Last Week Fish Report Hotel Buenavista Beach Resort Fleet

This week's Fish and Condition report brought to you by Vamonos and Victor Sr.!!!

From: July 18th - July 24th

Total boats out:56 Fisherman:168

Weather Temperature: :mid90's 

Water Temperature:80-82

Type Capture Release Total
 Blue Marlin 2 1 3
 Black Marlin ~ ~ ~
  Striped Marlin ~ 5 5
  Sailfish ~ 9 9
  Dorado 16 ~ 16
  Tuna 229 21 250
  Wahoo ~ ~ ~
  Roosterfish ~ 11 11
  Grupper ~ ~ ~
  Shark  ~ ~ ~
  Snapper 3 ~ 3
  Jack cravalle  ~ 33 33
  Amberjack 1 ~ 1
  Bonita 3 ~ 3
  Yellowtail ~ ~ ~
  Ladyfish ~ ~ ~
  Pampano ~ ~ ~
  Triggerfish 25 10 35
  Squid ~ ~ ~
  Cabrilla 2 ~ 2
  Skip Jack ~ 1 1
Sierra ~ ~ ~
Needle fish ~ ~ ~

Water Temperature: The water temperature remains just about the same this week.  We have not seen much change over the past couple of weeks.  The water temp.'s we have at the moment are what most in the area consider perfect. 

Weather Temperature:  The Temperature has stayed on the warm side this week with temps. reaching the mid 90's.  We did see our first rain of the season early last week.  It was quite nice with most of the locals out enjoying the first rain of the season.  Since this event we have not seen any more moisture up to this point.  We are back to the hot and humid weather we are accustomed to this time of year.

Fishing Spots and Distance:  The spots and distance the boats are traveling are for the most part continue to be off the Punta Pescadero area as well as off the Punta  Arena area.  In both areas the boats have been fishing between the fifteen and twenty five mile mark.

Off-shore fishing.-   This week the off shore was strong for Tuna.  The schools have been scattered helping make the fishing for Tuna continue to stay relatively steady .  With these schools spread out we do not see as many boats on one school.  This helps in keeping the fish near the surface and on the bite.  We continue to see a few Dorado to the north in the area of the shark receivers.  The Sailfish are reported off the light house at about the thirty five mile mark.  The Marlin both Stripe and Blue are scattered thru out this region.      

In-shore fishing.- The inshore fishing has slowed slightly with the water in the areas containing arroyo's still slightly off color after the rains.  The areas that are clear are fishing fair for most inshore species.    

Successful lures:  For the most part this week the lures have varied daily.  The report is that the Tuna have been caught on blue and white hoochies that represent the flying fish in the area.  Cedar plugs along with live bait have also produced well.

Bait Used: The bait this week has been for the most part Sardina. Mullett has also been available.

Highlight of the Week: Please remember that up coming in August we have lots of events you can be part of.  These include the 3rd Annual Bisbee's East Cape Tournament  Also please rember we have our special of pay three night's and get the fourth free or pay five night's and get the sixth and seventh free!!  Call us for details. We would also like to mention that the new flight from Ontario, CA has begun  to see more  Click here!!!!

See you next week!

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