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PHOTO GALLERY AND FISHING AND CONDITION REPORT   WEEK: JUNE 1ST WEEK.
   
   
   
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: May 28th- Jun 3rd

Total boats out: 66 Fishermen:  118

Weather Temperature:  89 - 95 

Water Temperature:  78 - 81

Type Capture Release Total
 Blue Marlin ~ ~ ~
 Black  Marlin ~ ~ ~
  Striped Marlin

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33 33
  Sailfish ~ 2 2
  Dorado 42 ~ 42
  Tuna 349 ~ 349
  Wahoo 3 ~ 3
  Roosterfish ~ 71 71
  Grouper ~ ~ ~
  Shark  ~ ~ ~
  Snapper 29 ~ 29
  Jack Crevalle ~ 3 3
  Amberjack 1 2 3
  Bonita ~ 3 3
  Yellowtail ~ ~ ~
  Ladyfish ~ 3 3
  Pompano ~ ~ ~
  Triggerfish 2 ~ 2
  Squid ~ ~ ~
  Cabrilla 1 ~ 1
  Skip Jack ~ 1 1
Sierra 1 ~ 1
Needle fish ~ ~  

Water Temperature:  Our ocean as on land has being going up. Water was more consistent moving into the 80's.

Air Temperature:  As summer is around the corner our temperature are starting to show it. Early in the week was still nice as last week, but as the week progressed it started to go into the even to the mid 90's

Fishing Spots and Distance: More boats adventure North with great success on dorados and even some wahoo hook ups. Still most of our fleet was going Southeast from La Rivera to Los Frailes, from 30 to 40 miles, since the tuna bite was hot all this past week. Stripers were seen in good numbers as well and some wahoo as well.    

Off-shore Fishing: Tuna was hot this past week and our boats continue to find them on a daily basis, some times closer and other farther out. Dorado up to 55 lbs, mostly North. Stripers were caught about the same tuna grounds. Wahoo were making their appearance as well. And since the water temperature went up and there is lots of tuna around, our fleet started reporting some blue hitting the lures, one was lost and Memo estimated it around the 500 lbs.

In-shore Fishing:  Once again in-shore fishing continues to offer the best consistency, as each boat going for smaller species found themselves with great fishing. Roosterfish, jacks, lady fish, sometimes the number do not show it, because most of the fish is being released and it is hard to keep count of them.

Successful Lures:  Same as last week, and more and more the captains are starting to get the big stuff out for those early bird blues.     

Bait Used:  Good bait this past week, with caballitos and plenty of sardine. Ballyhood has been an excellent option for our fishermen as many of the dorado and stripers were caught with them. 

Highlight of the Week:  Lots of tuna this past week, good number not such good quality. Good size dorados not school dorados but you are almost sure to catch some. Great roosterfishing. Bring your light tackle.

See you next week!

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