Last Week Fish Report Hotel Buenavista Beach Resort Fleet

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

From: Nov.21st - Nov. 27th

Total boats out: 22 Fisherman:66

Weather Temperature: High 70's 

Water Temperature:69-73

Type Capture Release Total
 Blue Marlin ~ ~ ~
 Black Marlin ~ 1 1
  Striped Marlin ~ 2 2
  Sailfish ~ 4 4
  Dorado 8 ~ 8
  Tuna 82 ~ 82
  Wahoo ~ ~ ~
  Roosterfish ~ ~ ~
  Gruper ~ ~ ~
  Shark  ~ ~ ~
  Snapper ~ ~ ~
  Jack crevalle ~ 1 1
  Amberjack ~ ~ ~
  Bonita 7 ~ 7
  Yellowtail ~ ~ ~
  Ladyfish ~ ~ ~
  Pompano ~ ~ ~
  Triggerfish ~ ~ ~
  Squid ~ ~ ~
  Cabrilla ~ ~ ~
  Skip Jack 1 ~ 1
Sierra 2 ~ 2
Needle fish ~ ~ ~

Water Temperature:  Water temperature this past week has remained steady.  The water continues to be in the high sixties to low seventies.  

Weather Temperature:  The temperatures this past week have been pleasant.  We have started to see some cooler temperatures at night and a slight early morning chill but by the eight o'clock hour the weather temperature is increasing rapidly and the days have been very comfortable.  We continue to see fairly strong winds from the north.  Most of the winds have died down during the night time hours only to increase again throughout the mid morning and into the afternoon.  We have seen some decrease in the winds over the past couple of days.     

Fishing Spots and Distance:   The fishing spots and distance have varied this week depending on the wind and water conditions.  The area off Punta Pescedero and also in the area of Muertos.  Some boats have been reporting traveling off shore as well  

Off-shore fishing.-  Off shore fishing has continued to be most of the boats going after tuna.  The fleet reports that the tuna have bee out between forty and fifty miles from the hotel.  If the day and the wind allow the success has been good.  The fleet also reports that closer to shore the chance for dorado or marlin remains fair.

In-shore fishing.- The inshore fishing this week was very difficult due to the windy conditions. 

Successful lures:  For artificial lures the fleet has done well this week on the colors of blue and white for dorado.  The captains have reported that the tuna have responded well to ceader plugs along with hoochies in the colors of blue and white and also pink.  They also report having sucess when slow trolling live sardines when available.

Bait Used: Bait conditions this week have been moderate with some larger baits being available.  The smaller sardina have been available to the north in the Cardinal area.

Highlight of the Week:  We are starting into the winter season.  Do not forget to look below!!

Don't forget our Winter special: This is the time where you can escape from the world for a few days. You may fish,or snorkel, but one thing you can do for sure is relax and forget all that bothers you and enjoy the Mexican hospitality we have to offer.  Our  special is pay three nights and get the FOURTH NIGHT FREE or pay five nights and get the SIXTH AND SEVENTH NIGHT FREE!!!!  This is a great special. Contact us for details. We would also like to inform you about some of the new flights that will be available to our area.  Please see below.  If you would like to visit one of these airlines please click below on the airline you wish to visit.


Aero Mexico will have four flights a week originating in Ontario.

Allegro will have four flights a week originating in Oakland.

Continental starting in December will have flights originating from Newark.

Delta starting December 13th will have seven flights a week from Atlanta.

Frontier starting November 22nd will have four flights a week from Denver.        



See you next week!


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