It’s all about the bait


May 17-23 Report Hotel Buenavista Beach Resort Weather has been great with high temps in the low- to mid-80s and light to moderate winds of up to about 8 knots.  Water temperatures are in the low 80s and seem to be climbing. Yellowfin tuna are on the bite grabbing dead squid down below Los Frailes….

Fishing was pretty darn good!!!


May 10 -16 Report Hotel Buenavista Beach Resort          It was something of an “odd” week with unnecessary wind ranging from 6- to 16-mph that lasted though last weekend.  Fishing was nevertheless pretty darn good … and in some cases, perfect.  Hard to figure!          In the “hard to figure” category was a very consistent…

We are back and off to a great start!!


April 26 – May 2 Hotel Buenavista Beach Resort April’s north winds faded into picture-perfect weather with daytime temperatures from the low-70s to the mid-80s – conditions that bring anglers and vacationers to the East Cape. Fred Brune, Tacoma, Wash., couldn’t resist taking to the beach with his flyrod in hand, under Felipe Valdez’s watchful…

Sierras, Amberjacks and Yellowfin Tunas!!


Hotel Buena Vista Beach Resort Week ending November 9, 2016 Temperatures remain hot – from 67 to 85 degrees with mainly sunny skies; sea temps are still in the low 80s. The bait available includes caballito, squid and ballyhoo, but still there has been little or no sardina. Our old friend the North Wind seems…

There’s still lots of fish around


Hotel Buena Vista Beach Resort Week ending October 25, 2016 Buddies Dennis Nobel and Carl Peabody scored wahoo and yellowfin tuna while fishing together beneath blue skies on calm seas. Carl Peabody yearning for more of the yellowfin tuna went out another day and had a banner day catching his limit of fish from 10-…

Hot stuff for our anglers


Week ending October 18, 2016 Hotel Buena Vista Beach Resort Temperatures remain hot from 75 to 97 degrees — mostly sunny and hot with sea temps remaining consistent at 84 to 86 degrees. The bait available includes caballito, squid and ballyhoo, but still little or no sardina. Tuna, tuna was the refrain this week with…

Fish, Fun and Fiestas rock the house!


Week ending October 11, 2016 Hotel Buena Vista Beach Resort Temperature ranged from 75 to 97 degrees — mostly sunny and hot with sea temps remaining consistent at 84 to 86 degrees. The bait available includes caballito, squid and ballyhoo, but still little or no sardina. This year’s Buds & Suds Contractor Invitational, a big…

Calm seas and a boatload of fish equals a great October start!


Week ending October 4, 2016 Hotel Buena Vista Beach Resort Temperature ranged from 70 to 89 degrees with cooling afternoon breezes; sea temps remained consistent at 84 to 86 degrees. The bait available includes caballito, squid and ballyhoo. The Richard Pratt group enjoyed their visit last week. They had great weather and good fishing for…

The Prime Fall Fishing Begins


Week ending September 27, 2016 Hotel Buena Vista Beach Resort Temperature ranging from 71 to 90 degrees with afternoon breezes; sea temps from 84 to 86. We had fewer guests this week to enjoy the summer weather along with prime fall fishing just getting underway a week early. Arriving today is the Richard Pratt group…

And fishing continues to please our guests……


Week ending September 21, 2016 Hotel Buena Vista Beach Resort Temperature ranging from 73 to 88 degrees with afternoon breezes and some rain earlier in the week; sea temps from 85 to 87. Not to worry though.  Fishing continues to please our guests who are taking advantage of our September weather. As the month wears…

Hotel Buena Vista Beach Resort Staff Tournament


Week ending September 14, 2016 Hotel Buena Vista Beach Resort We’re into the pleasant temperatures of late summer: 73-90 degrees with light breezes in the afternoon. Felipe Ruiz, Carlos Belmonte and Alfredo Sevilla of  Team Lunaticos, one of the last teams to fish in our Hotel Buena Vista Beach Resort Staff tournament, landed a dandy…

We are ready to welcome you!!


Week ending September 6, 2016 Hotel Buena Vista Beach Resort We are back to normal after a two-day bump in the road from Hurricane Newton. Thanks to our great personnel, the walkways and beach have been cleared and everything was humming in less than 24 hours. Newton lasted about 12 hours of rain with winds…