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PHOTO GALLERY AND FISHING AND CONDITION REPORT   WEEK: October 4th week

Here is a picture taken this week.  Their is nothing like October in the hotel.

As you can see the fishing this week has bee good!!

This is John Fusselman from Tempe Arizona.  He caught this great stripe marlin while fishing aboard Nueva Era with captain Chyo and deck hand Miguel.  John also caught one nice dorado during this day.

This is Sal Pedregon from Azusa California.  He caught this nice tuna along with other tuna and bonita while fishing aboard Vamonos.
Here is a picture of a thunderstorm developing in the mountains.  We thought we would get a nice afternoon shower and cool things off a little bit here around the hotel.  This shower decided to rain only in the mountains and we remained nice and dry.
Look at this great tuna Mr. Parker caught while fishing aboard mosca 3.  Now that will be a fine meal!!

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 tres Hermanos!! 

From: Oct. 17th - 23rd

Total boats out: 113  Fisherman:339

Weather Temperature: mid to high 80's 

Water Temperature:83-85

Type Capture Release Total
 Blue Marlin 2 7 9
 Black Marlin ~ ~ ~
  Striped Marlin ~ 4 4
  Sailfish ~ 39 39
  Dorado 36 ~ 36
  Tuna 108 ~ 108
  Wahoo 3 ~ 3
  Roosterfish ~ ~ ~
  Gruper ~ ~ ~
  Shark  ~ ~ ~
  Snapper 114 ~ 114
  Jack crevalle ~ 16 16
  Amberjack 14 ~ 14
  Bonita 30 57 87
  Yellowtail 4 ~ 4
  Ladyfish ~ ~ ~
  Pompano 2 ~ 2
  Triggerfish 7 ~ 7
  Squid 7 ~ 7
  Cabrilla 2 ~ 2
  Skip Jack ~ 32 32
Sierra 3 ~ 3
Needle fish ~ ~ ~

Water Temperature:  Water temperature continues to be in the mid eighties.  We do not expect any sudden changes in the near future  Fishing should remain constant over the next couple of weeks.   

Weather Temperature:  We continue to see lot's of sun during the day.  We have seen the night time temperatures dropping slightly making that early morning ride on the boat slightly cool at times. Once the sun is up the weather has been delightful!!      

Fishing Spots and Distance:   The fishing spots and distance have varied slightly this week with the boats fishing both to the north and south.  The fishing to the north has taken place off the Punta Pescadero area while the fishing to the south has taken place off the Cabo Pulmo and Los Frilies areas.

Off-shore fishing.-  Off shore fishing continues to be quite good with lots of sails and tuna.  The sailfish have been quite active very close to shore in the Cabo Pulmo area.  The tuna in this area but the bite has slowed.  The tuna that are being found this week have been both to the north and to the south of the hotel.  The tuna have been mixed along with bonita.  They have been found with schools of dolphin. We have seen some dorado and marlin as well as sailfish mixed in with these dolphin as well.    

In-shore fishing.- In shore fishing this past week has taken place just slightly further out than what most would "call inshore".  The boats have been going out into the water that is slightly deeper (about 200 feet) and jigging for giant squid that have on average weighed about thirty five pounds with some much larger being taken.   After this the boats have been moving to spots thru out the region and using the squid as bait to fish for some very nice sized pargo and amber jacks along with other species.  Some of these fish have been very large.  These fish are also quite deep in some of these spots.  As far as the water that is "close to shore"  it is still slightly off color in some places but  is getting better daily and we have seen increased activity in these areas.            

Successful lures:  For artificial lures the colors this week have bee black and green along with yellow and orange.  For live bait try sardinia or some of the giant squid.   

Bait Used: Bait conditions this week continue to be  excellent with the choice of  Caballitos, or Sardinia and a few mullet.  

Highlight of the Week:  The fishing is picking up and the giant squid are biting.  We have seen a few very nice blue marlin and wahoo as well.

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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