Wildlife viewing no matter which way you go


July 5-12 Report Hotel Buenavista Beach Resort Weather has been great; very little wind all week except for one day when it was up to 10 knots from the southeast. Air temps a little on the sizzle side … into the mid-90s and humid. Water temperatures in the mid-80s up and down East Cape ……

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,…

Very good week for fishing and “tying the knot”


May 24-31 Report Hotel Buenavista Beach Resort Southeast winds from 7 to 16 knots made for a few bumps and whitecaps, but all-in-all it was a very good week for fishing.  Water temperatures ranged from the mid-70s to low-80s. Fish were scattered, so hotel boat skippers went in various directions looking for big ones ……

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…

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…

We Got Fish Inshore,offshore and on the beach


Week ending August 30, 2016 Hotel Buena Vista Beach Resort The weather is outstanding but maybe a little warm for the East Cape.  Temps remain at 75 to 95 degrees beneath partly cloudy skies with afternoon breezes. Inshore – offshore — on the beach … everyplace except for maybe the swimming pool there are fish….

Typical Baja Weather


Week ending August 16, 2016 Hotel Buena Vista Beach Resort Typical Baja weather; temperatures drop to 74 in the evenings and climb up to 91 degrees during the day.  Sea temps range from the low 80s inshore to the high 80s offshore. Billfish continue to be on-fire with most boats that seek them are finding…

An after-storm update and Bisbee`s 2016 results!


Week ending August 9, 2016 Hotel Buena Vista Beach Resort          Hot, hot, hot weather preceded tropical storm “Javier” that paid us a visit earlier this week.          No worries — although lots of rain in a short period of time filled the streets of Los Barriles from curb-to-curb on Monday evening, there were only…

A week of great fishing


The Week of July 6-13, 2016 Hotel Buena Vista Beach Resort  It was a week of flat seas with very little wind — and the great fishing reflected it.  There was cooler water inside with some quite warm water into the high-80s outside. One of the resort’s cruisers, Tres Hermanos with Captain Ramon Tamayo, hit…

June continues to be “bustin’ out all over”


June 15-22, 2016 Hotel Buena Vista Beach Resort  June continues to be “bustin’ out all over” for guests under sunny skies with toasty temperatures approaching 90 degrees.  In spite of a swing of sea surface temperatures from 84 down to 74 degree in a few spots, there is enough bait — caballito, chiwillly and frozen…