PHOTO GALLERY AND

FISHING AND CONDITION REPORT

WEEK: September 2nd week

 
Isnīt this beautiful?

If you guess which of our cruiser is this one on the picture, Iīll invite you a margarita on your next stay!

After two days of raining everything came back to normal.
Letīs go fishing!
The Hartyīs after a great Dorado fishing with Capt. Ramon Tamayo.
Nice Snapper!
What about that Tuna!
The Hartyīs again with another great day with Capt. Ramon Tamayo
The Ikardīs with Capt. Ramon Tamayo on the Tres Hermanos.
The Ikardīs filling the cooler!
How nice is that?
Mr. Ikard all time East Caper!
Our Panga man Manuel showing off his monster Mulato Snapper caught right by our buoys.

 

Last Week Fish Report Hotel Buena Vista Beach Resort Fleet

From: August 21st-Sept 10th, 2009

Total boats out: 22  Fishermen:38

Weather Temps: Mid 90's- Low 110's 

Water Temperature:  84°- 88°

  Type

Capture

Release

Total

  Swordfish ~ ~ ~

  Blue Marlin

~

~

~

  Black  Marlin

~

~

~

  Striped Marlin

1

7

8

  Sailfish

~

3

3

  Dorado

53

21

74

  Tuna

16

5

21

  Wahoo

1

~

1

  Roosterfish

~

~

~

  Grouper

~

~

~

  Shark 

~

~

~

  Snapper

6

~

6

  Jack Crevalle

~

~

~

  Amberjack

~

~

~

  Bonito

~

~

~

  Yellowtail

~

~

~

  Ladyfish

~

~

~

  Pompano

~

~

~

  Triggerfish

~

~

~

  Squid

10

~

10

  Cabrilla

3

~

3

  Skipjack Tuna

~

~

~

  Sierra

~

~

~

  Rainbow Runner

~

~

~

 

 

Water Temperature:Water conditions are on their highest of the year, fishing is being great due to water temperature. 87 F have been the average the last two weeks. 

 

Air Temperature: Beside the hurricane that pass by, weather is better than any September. Beautiful mornings, rounding the 90 F, but getting to 100 F during the day.

 

Fishing Spots and Distance: You wont believe how close we've been fishing the last two weeks, about 200 m out of the Lighthouse, about 10 to 15 miles south of the Hotel, lots of dorados, tuna, snapper and more in that area.

 

Off-shore Fishing: Dorado action explode after the hurricane as usual. They are everywhere, up to 30Lb. Tuna on the 40Lb range in different spots but all around the Lighthouse.

 

In-shore Fishing: Inshore fishing became difficult this last two weeks as the water got to green. But there still some roosters in the area. Not many people is targeting inshore as Dorado are taking most of the attraction.

 

Bait Used: Mostly Sardines, Caballito and Ballyhoo. We had Mackarel but not constant.

 

Highlight of the Week: Finally the Squids area here!!!! Same spot than last three years. And as usual they are great for tuna fishing.

 

See you next week!!!

 

Saludos from your second home in paradise!

 

Felipe Valdez

 

If you need more information about our Hotel and fishing conditions, send me an email at felipe@hotelbuenavista.com, Iīll be glad to help you. Or give us a call to our 1-800-752-3555.

 

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