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PHOTO GALLERY AND FISHING AND CONDITION REPORT   WEEK: JULY 2nd WEEK.
It was very nice to have our friends Mr. David and David Jr. Jaynes visit, they seem to have done very well for themselves. We like to thank them for visiting us and for such a nice note. It is letters like theirs that will motivate us to work harder and improve every year. Thank you again and we'll see you next year.

 

To all the staff at the Hotel Buena Vista,

 
My 12 year old Son and I had the best vacation ever! We will be back next year. He caught a Sail Fish, Striped Marlin and a Dorado by himself. (He also caught a 230# Blue Marlin with help from the mate.) His Dad did alright on his own!
Thank you so much for helping us make some great memories together.
 
David Sr. and David Jr. Jaynes

 

 

Last Week Fish Report Hotel Buenavista Beach Resort Fleet

This week's Fish and Condition report brought to you by Arturo in charge of land crew

From: Jul 9th-15th, 2004

Total boats out: 55 Fishermen: 130

Weather Temperature:  94 - 99 

Water Temperature:  81 - 84

Type

Capture

Release

Total

 Blue Marlin

1

5

6

 Black  Marlin

~

~

~

  Striped Marlin

~

11

11

  Sailfish

~

9

9

  Dorado

125

17

142

  Tuna

25

1

26

  Wahoo

1

~

1

  Roosterfish

~

8

8

  Grouper

~

~

~

  Shark 

1

1

2

  Snapper

6

~

6

  Jack Crevalle

~

1

1

  Amberjack

~

3

3

  Bonita

~

12

12

  Yellowtail

~

~

~

  Ladyfish

~

1

1

  Pompano

2

~

2

  Triggerfish

10

~

10

  Squid

~

~

~

  Cabrilla

~

~

~

  Skip Jack

0

11

11

Sierra

~

~

~

Needle fish

~

2

2

 

Water Temperature:  Nice conditions even with the small storm that went by the conditions of the water didn't change much.   

 

Air Temperature:  It is getting more humid, and you may feel like is hotter, but it is not. It has been in the high 90's without reaching the 100's yet.  But I am sure we will get there soon.

 

Fishing Spots and Distance: Tuna and blues are a further run, stripers and sails a little closer, and dorado, well just ask our friend John Ireland from Rancho Leonero, we can see the boats from our resorts.       

 

Off-shore Fishing: Very close for almost everything, but going for tuna and blues is a little longer ride (up to 1:45 boat ride) down by the Meganos Blancos or North/East, still most boats that venture our normally come with some tuna. Dorado it is very close and with a late bite, nice middle size dorados, and of course two or more bigger to 50 lbs.

 

In-shore Fishing:  Good size roosters just have to have the patience to go after them, and as well as good size jacks. Pargo is being caught a little farther from the beach but still very close in front of La Rivera. All around great fishing. 

 

Successful Lures:  Petrolero (brown with orange and little gray), Chivato (Yellow, orange, with black stripes), Purpura (black with purple) are the best. I won't change them as they continue to be hot. 

 

Bait Used: Some makcerel, caballitos and the sardine was not as good as last week, it seems to be very small, captains opting better to stay with the mackerel.  Dorados are eating chum too, therefore no need of sardine.

 

Highlight of the Week: Dorado, and we started to see bigger tuna, and the numbers of blues just continue to be better.

 

 

See you next week!

 

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