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PHOTO GALLERY AND FISHING AND CONDITION REPORT   WEEK: MAY 3RD WEEK, 2004

 

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 14th-20th, 04

Total boats out: 124  Fishermen:  372

Weather Temperature:  85 - 91 

Water Temperature:  75 - 78

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

8

35 43
  Sailfish ~ 6 6
  Dorado 25 ~ 25
  Tuna 215 ~ 215
  Wahoo 3 ~ 3
  Roosterfish ~ 46 46
  Grouper 1 ~ 1
  Shark  ~ ~ ~
  Snapper 35 ~ 35
  Jack Crevalle 2 3 5
  Amberjack 2 ~ 2
  Bonita ~ 6 6
  Yellowtail ~ ~ ~
  Ladyfish ~ 1 1
  Pompano 3 ~ 3
  Triggerfish 9 ~ 9
  Squid ~ ~ ~
  Cabrilla 14 ~ 14
  Skip Jack ~ 4 4
Sierra 1 ~ 1
Needle fish ~ ~  

Water Temperature:   Raising, but very slowly. Once again, who cares if it goes up or not, as long as we have the fishing we have now.

Air Temperature:  Eating outside is so nice that nobody wants to leave and during the day is so nice that you want to stay out take a sun bath or fishing.   

Fishing Spots and Distance: When tuna comes the way it did, you can go very far or you can find a small school close by. Marlin mostly South by the light house. Dorado about the same as the marlin.

Off-shore Fishing: Once again it went crazy this past week for tuna, up to 60 lbs, but mostly in the 15 to 30 lbs range. Marlin not as hot but very consistent. Dorado is everywhere and nowhere it all depends on your luck.

In-shore Fishing: Mr. Simms from Southern California has been fishing the past few days only for bottom species and he has had a bowl while fishing with Juan Diego. He has caught plenty of cabrilla, pargo, pampano, amberjack, jackravelle, roosterfish etc.

Successful Lures:   Same colors as last week, but captains mentioned that the fly-fishing color is starting to work as well as they have seen a lots of it.  

Bait Used:  Even with more than 25 boats going out during the week, bait has not been a problem at all with good quality too.

Highlight of the Week:  When we have a run of tuna like the one this week, it has to be in the highlights, but the in-shore fishing has been so consistent that it will be a waist if you come and don't bring a 10 to 15 lbs out fit to fish inshore, if you don't believe me check my brothers picture, he is being doing this all week.

See you next week!

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