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PHOTO GALLERY AND FISHING AND CONDITION REPORT   WEEK: JUNE 5TH WEEK.
Mr. Sung, Mr Cooper and friends on a last minute trip. Mr. Sung really knows how to combine work with pleasure, he was visiting U.S.A. from Korea and they decided to come down to fish. And they did very well. Un-fortunally, blue marlin are the ones that have the less percentage release, compare to a 81% striped marlin and 93% sails, blues only is 75%, since blues and blacks will fight until they die.
This is a great picture of the dorados being caught this week. Our good friends Mr. and Mrs. Adams from the bay area. They are a lot of fun, and we always look forward to having them.
Tuna were around not much but they were, it was a matter of going out to look for them. Margie Enos celebrating her student on her graduation as massage therapist. Congratulation to Anita y Eva. We are sure that Margie Enos did a great job instructing them.
Oscar one of our chefs showing our famous Mexican buffet. Celebrating a special event.
   
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: Jun 25th-Jul 1st

Total boats out: 68 Fishermen: 204

Weather Temperature:  92 - 97 

Water Temperature:  81 - 84

Type Capture Release Total
 Blue Marlin ~ 2 2
 Black  Marlin ~ 1 1
  Striped Marlin

4

26 30
  Sailfish ~ 11 11
  Dorado 320 103 423
  Tuna 51 ~ 51
  Wahoo ~ ~ ~
  Roosterfish

~

8 8
  Grouper ~ ~ ~
  Shark  1 ~ 1
  Snapper 1 ~ 1
  Jack Crevalle ~ 10 10
  Amberjack ~ 1 1
  Bonita ~ 18 18
  Yellowtail ~ ~ ~
  Ladyfish ~ 4 4
  Pompano 2 2 4
  Triggerfish 4 ~ 4
  Squid ~ ~ ~
  Cabrilla 1 1 2
  Skip Jack 0 61 61
Sierra ~ ~ ~
Needle fish ~ 2 2

Water Temperature:  Great ocean conditions, everything has been stable therefore with great conditions as we have had all year.. 

Air Temperature:  You can feel the summer months are around the corner and the humidity is still nice, but definitely rising. .

Fishing Spots and Distance: Close very close. We had a boat go out and it came back with 12 dorados just an hour after leaving the dock, of course they went back to fish. But for tuna you have to go out to find them. Average boat ride to fishing grounds 30 minutes.      

Off-shore Fishing: Dorado fishing continues to dominate, with great numbers, they are the school dorados, not all big, but up to 50 lbs. Billfish fishing continues to be great, with blue, stripers and sails, as well as black we have them all. Numbers show that this should be a great year for blues. We are really looking forward to our tournaments. Tuna has moved out some, we are not finding them every day like before, but they are also out there, it is a matter of going out to look for them.

In-shore Fishing:  Since fishing for dorado has been so good, and so close, most of everyone has been ignoring in-shore fishing. But those that have fish inshore, they are finding plenty of action on roosterfish, jacks, pampano, etc.

Successful Lures:  All good, all good.

Bait Used:  Bait pangueros have not had any problems to fill every boat this week. .

Highlight of the Week: Now we move to Dorado, check the numbers out, and the distance, it is good fishing right now all over our ocean. Definitely a time to jump in the plane and come down.

See you next week!

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