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PHOTO GALLERY AND FISHING AND CONDITION REPORT   WEEK: APRIL 4TH WEEK.
One of thousands of beautiful sunsets in La Paz Bay,  contact Angel so he can take you to the Malecon so that you can experience it yourself.

Our friend Mrs. Millie Meyer who visited us from McCall, Idaho. She caught this beautiful striper while fishing with Ramon and Teodoro on the 3 Hermanos.

 

“Just wanted all my buddies to know I caught my first Marlin.  It was only 150lbs.  and took 25 minutes for me to land, but I know I couldn't  land one of those 300 #ers.  My friend Terry caught one about the same size on light weight tackle and it took him 1 hr, 12 min.  I couldn't have done that either.”

Mr. Kautson fished legendary captain Jesus Araiza to catch this beautiful striper. Ron Veach fishing with Carlos found this nice 30 lbs dorado.
Brad Benter and friend from Riverside fishing with Victor Jr. on the Mosca I in-shore with some pargo action The Mitchells from New York caught this beautiful 32.2 lbs dorado and 31.9 tuna. They were staying next door, but came in for the official weight in.

 

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: April 21st-28th, 2005

Total boats out: 43 Fishermen:93

Weather Temperature: Mid 70- Mid 80's 

Water Temperature:  67°- 73°

Type

Capture

Release

Total

 Blue Marlin

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~

~

 Black  Marlin

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~

~

  Striped Marlin

1

8

9

  Sailfish

~

7

7

  Dorado

1

~

1

  Tuna

~

~

~

  Wahoo

1

~

1

  Roosterfish

~

9

9

  Grouper

~

~

~

  Shark 

~

~

~

  Snapper

8

12

20

  Jack Crevalle

~

3

3

  Amberjack

~

2

2

  Bonita

~

4

4

  Yellowtail

~

~

~

  Ladyfish

~

34

34

  Pompano

1

4

5

  Triggerfish

~

9

9

  Squid

~

~

~

  Cabrilla

2

~

2

  Skip Jack

~

2

2

Sierra

2

~

2

Rainbow Runner

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~

~

 

Water Temperature:  Early in the week there was a cold current that came in an drop the water temperature, this is generalizing because there is always area where the water does get affected. Still with the help of some wind the water did drop a little this past week.

 

Air Temperature:  It is almost May and we continue to have some wind, which is very strange, we continue to go out, but the fishing continues to get affected by these winds. It making it ok fishing.

 

Fishing Spots and Distance: Our fleet is going everywhere they can find warm water, and they have been rewarded by getting more and more sails. Distance ranges in from 25 - 35 miles. It is a little farther than last week, but we are going where the fish is. 

 

Off-shore Fishing: Marlin fishing continues to dominate most of the action, but the sails are making a huge come back, dorado are very limited. and tuna didn't make it to the chart. First wahoo of the season this past week, there will be more.  

 

In-shore Fishing: It was until late in the week, and also due to the amount of fly fishermen we had this past week, as more people started to fish the in-shore, and as you can see in the chart with great results.

 

Successful Lures:  Petrolero is getting hotter as well as black and purpura.

 

Bait Used: Bait has not been a sure thing, even thou our pangueros try hard every night, it is bait "fishing" and there is a reason why is not call "catching".

 

Highlight of the Week:  Even with some wind and the water in the low 70's the sails started coming in. I am sure that it won't be long until we see a blue. But ones again, I will like to meet the person that can anticipate fishing.

 

 

See you next week!!!  

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