Fishing was as good as the weather

June 7-14 Report

Hotel Buenavista Beach Resort

Air temperatures in the mid-80s; southeast winds from 1 to 6 knots.  Perfecto!

Water temperatures similar ranging from low- to mid-80s.

Fishing was as good as the weather.  Luiz Diaz and Ron Viodes from Wilmington and Lakewood, Calif. had a very busy week with red snapper, tuna, wahoo, jack crevalle and dorado aboard Yanet with Capt. Felipe Ruiz and deckhand Reginaldo.

Ron and Luis have been resort guests for more than 12 years in a row.  Thank you, amigos.

         First-time guests Maarten Barnhoorn, Marcel Barnhoorn, Bill Walker, Troy Walker, Paul Vanhoomisen and Thomas Vanhoomisan from Portland, Ore., landed 23 yellowfin tuna aboard the Vagabundo with skipper-mate combo of Chayo and Santiago Cota.

Bret Lawson and Eric Dietz, visiting from Sacramento, had a grand time catching a load of dorado aboard Tres Hermanos with the captain-mate combo of Miguel and Omar Sandez, affectionately called “Los Pollos” or the chickens.

Miguel Garcia (El Pariente) and friends visiting from La Paz and Tijuana spent their day fishing aboard Dottie BII catching wahoo, dorado and striped marlin with the crew of Vicente and Marcos.

The Lope Montoya  group from Los Mochis, Sinaloa fished schools of dorado aboard Alegria and Tres Hermanos.  A grand time was had by all except for maybe the dorado.

It wasn’t all fishing.  A group from McGregor College spent their weekend at Buenavista Beach Resort Hotel where they enjoyed different activities, i.e., beach volleyball, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding topped off with a memorable dinner for students and staff.

 

 

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