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PHOTO GALLERY AND FISHING AND CONDITION REPORT   WEEK: JULY 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: July 1st-7th, 2005

Total boats out: 60 Fishermen: 135

Weather Temperature:  High 80's - Mid 90's 

Water Temperature:  77 - 82

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

5

45 49
  Sailfish ~ ~ ~
  Dorado 30 10 40
  Tuna 140 ~ 140
  Wahoo 1 ~ 1
  Roosterfish

~

6 6
  Grouper ~ ~ ~
  Shark  ~ ~ ~
  Snapper 28 8 36
  Jack Crevalle 1 2 3
  Amberjack ~ 4 4
  Bonita ~ 10 10
  Yellowtail ~ ~ ~
  Ladyfish ~ 1 1
  Pompano 1 2 3
  Triggerfish 2 ~ 2
  Squid ~ ~ ~
  Cabrilla 1 ~ 1
  Skip Jack 0 20 20
Sierra ~ ~ ~
Needle fish ~ 2 2

Water Temperature:  Water continues to be relatively 3 degrees under what would be normal for this time of the year.

Air Temperature:  Weather has been very nice this past week for July, nice breeze from the South, which has giving us 3 days of rough seas, but great weather conditions.  

Fishing Spots and Distance: Fishing for bill fish is relatively close about 15-30 miles, tuna has definitely being a different story, as they have found them from 35 to 45 miles out, of course you can find some lonely ones around La Rivera, but the big numbers are far away. Dorado continue to be scare all through our beautiful bay.

Off-shore Fishing: Striped marlin action continues to be really good, you will see a lot more than what you actually going to caught, but they are sure out there. Tuna continue to be consistent, even though you have to go quite out there to find them and Dorado continue to be scare all through our beautiful bay.

In-shore Fishing:  Some nice roosters in-shore, great pargo fishing as you can see in the picture, and also some jacks around, specially in front of La Rivera.

Successful Lures:  Lures are being used to troll but we don't have the aggressive fish that will go for them, instead most of all the catches are being done after you have spotted the fish.

Bait Used: Very little sardine, but the pangueros have caught plenty of mullet and little jacks, which is being complemented by some ballyhoos.

Highlight of the Week: We have guests again telling us that they have never seen so many stripers in one day, but you know what is most amazing, it is the time of the year to see this happening.

See you next week!

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