Our inshore fishing remains great as weather cools

June 21-28 Report

Hotel Buenavista Beach Resort

A southeast wind blew up to 10 knots a couple of days and was followed by a north wind which blew up to 12 knots which ruffled and cooled the water for our anglers.  All fishing inshore was very good, primarily from La Ribera point south to El Faro and Los Frailes.

Air temperatures ranged in the high-80s to low-90s.

Water temperatures remained in the low-80s.

Visitors got a great look at many Sea of Cortez critters including schools of dolphin, dorado, manta ray, blue and striped marlin plus a variety of shark.

Wrap-up:

Madison and Scott Lambley, visiting from Nebraska, fished aboard Regina and brought a nice amberjack back to the prairie to show the folks back home.

Dave Lecompte and Jonathan Blood, San Diego, fished aboard Regina for some nice red snapper.

The Barks family, Gary, Reagan, Dylan and Susan, were aboard Liliana with a crew of Marcos and Geovanni and had a very busy day landing yellowfin tuna.

Ray Johnson and Melody Thomason, nine-year Hotel Buenavista guests, also caught a nice tuna plus some dorado aboard the hotel cruiser Alegria.

John Paulson, another regular at Hotel Buenavista, fished aboard Alegria with its crew of Juan and Martin (aka Mickey and Penny). They landed a couple of nice tuna along with one dorado.

Rick and Stanley Ecklund, Jr. from San Diego, were aboard Tres Hermanos with its crew of Carlos and Valentin when they got into a double-header of tuna mixed with dorado.

Simon Glaza, another visitor from San Diego, needed no help to bring a dorado home. He fished aboard Liliana with Marcos and Geovanni.

 

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