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PHOTO GALLERY AND FISHING AND CONDITION REPORT   WEEK: JULY 2nd WEEK.
This past week we were honor to host Heather and Zach's wedding, Heather is daughter of long time friends Mr. and Mrs. Kelly. It was so nice to see Heather grandparents, Hortencia and I thought that Heather really looks a lot like grandma, a beautiful grandmother.  The setting was a private dinner in the front patio. A nice sea food dinner and great drinks but most important Zach and Heather and their respective families having a great time. On behalf of everyone at the resort we wish them all the best in their marriage.
Greg and Rick Howland and long time fishing partner David Manser they took first place of the tournament with 5 stripers in one day of tournament. This is second time for this team to place in this tournament Greg won 4 years ago when he was only 13 years old. Mr. Davies took the "spicy it up" jack pot with this beautiful 49 lbs dorado. He fished with Ramon on the 3 Hermanos. Mrs. and Mr. Davies weren't sure about joining the tournament, I am sure they are happy they did.
What a streak our great neighbors, Bob and Rod have this year. They won first place in El Debate tournament in the mainland, and in our tournament they took the tuna Jack pot. Ohh!!! by the way, they won with a 10.5 lbs tuna, you never know, whenever you are in a jack pot, bring the fish in, you never know. The Masushige team took a close 2nd place, as they also caught 5 billfish in the tournament, but lost first as one of the billfish was a sailfish, versus 5 stripers which they count more. Still everyone had a great time. They fished with Felipe and Reggie on the Yanet.
The Smith's kids also participated in the tournament, they caught jacks, tunas and released a striper. But I think the most capturing moment was when they got to the dock and run to let moms know what they had caught on their fishing day. It reminded me of the days we as kids just to out by ourselves and came back with thousand stories. What a team!!!, Rick, Greg and David with Captain Vicente on a beautiful fishing day on the water. It is not about catching, but the good times to have, still 5 stripers in a day it is not bad at all

 

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 8th-14th, 2005

Total boats out: 90 Fishermen:310

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

Water Temperature:  79- 85

Type

Capture

Release

Total

 Blue Marlin

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~

~

 Black  Marlin

~

~

~

  Striped Marlin

9

80

89

  Sailfish

~

32

32

  Dorado

31

~

31

  Tuna

180

~

180

  Wahoo

1

~

1

  Roosterfish

~

8

8

  Grouper

~

~

~

  Shark 

1

~

1

  Snapper

38

~

38

  Jack Crevalle

~

~

~

  Amberjack

~

3

3

  Bonita

15

55

70

  Yellowtail

~

~

~

  Ladyfish

~

1

1

  Pompano

1

2

3

  Triggerfish

1

~

1

  Squid

~

~

~

  Cabrilla

7

~

7

  Skip Jack

~

10

10

Sierra

~

~

~

Rainbow Runner

~

~

~

 

Water Temperature:  Water temperature has continue to increase and to settle in a more summer warm.

 

Air Temperature:  Even thou we are in the middle of summer, temperature are starting to really get to a very hot point, up to now we haven't crossed the 100 degrees.  

 

Fishing Spots and Distance: Talk about a good week, you could go 30-45 miles out and find tuna, come any closer and you will fish for billfish. Dorado is still a the missing link this year, as you can find it anywhere, or nowhere.  

 

Off-shore Fishing: We are now feeling the summer, great water, sails finally seem to come to stay, blues are soon to follow, but stripers and tuna have continue to offer a very consistent fishing. We had 20 boats in our 5th annual Los Chinos tournament, and there 28 stripers caught and all released.  A lonely 49 lbs dorado, 

 

In-shore Fishing: My brother caught a beautiful 40 lbs rooster, right in front, from the dock. There has been very good reports latter in the week for good fishing for roosters and jacks. 

 

Bait Used: Mullet, little jacks and radadillos. Not much sardine around, most everyone is fishing with little live bait and a lot of ballyhoods.

 

Highlight of the Week:  Warm water started to be consistent and sails showed up, also tuna was quite far at the beginning of the week, and by the last few days they moved in.

 

See you next week!!!  

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