Marc here from BVBR with the latest on the action in the East Cape. Hurricane Dolores has tracked to the West/Northwest of us and is no longer a possible threat to Baja Sur. Overcast skies, residual winds & possible rain however, remain in play for probably the next day or so. The Billfish action has remained hot, with Blues, Stripers & Sails, still providing great action for our guests. The Tuna bite remains hot as well, with BVBR boats limiting out daily on 10-25 pounders. The fish are still way to the South however, requiring a lengthy boat ride. Dorado action has picked up somewhat over the past 2 days, with a few nice fish (30-35 lbs.) in the mix. Although numbers on the Dodos have picked up, most of the fish remain on the small side.
Several nice Wahoo have also been landed this week, including this nice 50 lb. “Hoo” caught by our guest, Micah Cunningham from Encinitas, Ca. while fishing on-board the Dorotea.
That’s about it for today gang. Stay tuned for more from Buena Vista Beach Resort. Where you’ll always find the lowest Fishing/Room rates available in the East Cape. Until next time…Keep it tight!