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PHOTO GALLERY AND FISHING AND CONDITION REPORT   WEEK: October 1st week

This is Doug Chilton and Dirk Herman from Vista California.  They got this great dorado along with two tuna while fishing aboard mosca three.

Look at Kevin Treft and Javier Reyes form Orange California.  they had a wonderful day aboard the mosca one releasing two sailfish and bringing these very nice home.
After a day of fishing in the hot sun their is nothing better than a relaxing dip in the hotel pool.

Here is tom Bette and friends enjoying a nice meal in one of our many local restaurants in the los barrilies area. Our guests enjoying a beautiful evening here at the hotel.  Having a meal on our patio next to the ocean is an experience not soon forgotten.

Here is Loren and his friend from Ramona California showing off part of their great day they had aboard mosca.  On this day they got one sail, three tuna, and one dorado. This is Eric Troxel, Steve Walton from Los Angles along with Joe Lowden from glendora California showing off a sample of the seven tuna and two dorado they caught while fishing aboard 3 Hermanos.

We would like to inform you about some of the flights that will be available for service for those of you looking to come and see us here at the resort.  Below is some information we would like to pass along to you.  Please click on the airline you wish to visit below.

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

Alegro 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.       

 

Last Week Fish Report Hotel Buenavista Beach Resort Fleet

This week's Fish and Condition report brought to you by the crew of Hakuna  

From: September 26th- Oct. 2nd

Total boats out: 62  Fisherman:186

Weather Temperature: mid to high 90's 

Water Temperature:81-83

Type Capture Release Total
 Blue Marlin 2 3 5
 Black Marlin ~ ~ ~
  Striped Marlin 2 3 5
  Sailfish 3 37 40
  Dorado 20 ~ 20
  Tuna 146 ~ 146
  Wahoo ~ ~ ~
  Roosterfish ~ 1 1
  Gruper ~ ~ ~
  Shark  ~ ~ ~
  Snapper ~ ~ ~
  Jack crevalle ~ ~ ~
  Amberjack ~ ~ ~
  Bonita 1 ~ 1
  Yellowtail ~ ~ ~
  Ladyfish ~ ~ ~
  Pompano 1 ~ 1
  Triggerfish ~ ~ ~
  Squid ~ ~ ~
  Cabrilla ~ ~ ~
  Skip Jack ~ 10 10
Sierra ~ ~ ~
Needle fish ~ ~ ~

Water Temperature:  Water temperature continues to be in the low to mid eighties.  This warm water is keeping the life and the fish in the area.  We expect the water temperature to remain in the low to mid eighties possibly dropping in to the high seventies over the next couple weeks.  

Weather Temperature: We have seen the weather return to the normal for this time of year.  Currently we have lots of sun with warm temps. and humidity.  The afternoon rains have not been a factor this week.  The evenings are very pleasant with the temperature dropping in to the mid to low seventies.  

Fishing Spots and Distance:   The fishing distance has remained fairly close.  Hakuna reports they have found the blue water between ten and fifteen miles out. The fishing has been quite good from this distance out to the thirty mile mark.  Hakuna reports they could go further if needed but why when the fishing is as productive as it has been in this area.  

Off-shore fishing.-  Off shore fishing continues to be quite good with lots of sails and tuna.  The sailfish have been quite active with many strikes being reported by the boats.  The dorado fishing is still consistent with  some very nice sized fish being caught.  The tuna continue to be very cooperative.  We have also see an increase in wahoo bites with a few of the captains reporting some shredded lures from wahoo bites they did not expect.  October is an excellent wahoo month and they are starting to show.  Do not forget that this is a great month for blue marlin as well.  

In-shore fishing.- In shore water has gotten much better over the last week.  With the lack of rain and the decrease of water flow in the arroyo's the water is getting back to normal. The best water has been located in the area of Punta Colorado and the light house.  We have also seen some fishing close to shore near the arroyo just north of  los barrilies.             

Successful lures:  Like the rancher turn fisherman, back in the old days, when the fishing is this good, anything works.

Bait Used: Bait conditions excellent this week with the strong showing of mackerel, sardines, and mullet.    

Highlight of the Week:  This week the report are that there are two things you are not going to be missing in the East Cape this coming days. TUNA AND SAILFISH. Also blue marlin should pick up as well as dorado, stay tune or grab a flight to visit us, this is a time when you want to be down here fishing. 

Don't forget our Winter special: This is the time where you can escape from the world for a few days, may fish, may snorkel, but for sure rest your back off. 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 are 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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