Inshore fishing it`s going great!


June 28-July 5 Report Hotel Buenavista Beach Resort Winds were 6- to 9-knots from the north and 8- to 10-knots from the southeast, blowing from two different directions and creating a bit of a problem. Air temps near perfect from the mid-80s to low 90s. Water temperatures varied from the mid-80s up north to the…

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 ……

Week of Family Fun!!


June 30- July 6, 2016 Hotel Buena Vista Beach Resort  Summer weather did what summer weather does, reaching the low-90s.  But sizzling days gave way to pleasant summer nights, about 75 degrees by Margarita time. Gollhardt family fishing with Captain Ramon aboard the 3 Hermanos had a productive outing capped off by releasing, several sailfish,…

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…

FISH REPORT: 4/21/15


The bite over the last few days has started to bounce back somewhat, after unseasonably late North winds shut things down last week, with rough seas producing churned up conditions. On Sunday, April 11, at 1:30 am, we awoke to a Squall that came thru the East Cape, with sustained winds from the North of…

First Fish Report of the Year!!!


Water Temps are continuing to increase to 76-77 degrees and Air Temps are on the rise as well, with day time highs reaching 80-84 degrees. Things are starting to light up in the East Cape as Marlin are still the name of the game, with most of our boats averaging 3-5 hook ups per day….

All or nothing kind of week


Last Friday Felipe, on the Yanet, found a nice bunch of little football tuna for our guests here at Buenavista Beach Resort. But this past week we had more weird weather and water and it turned out to be one of those weeks where anglers either got into fish or got skunked. And while it…

Got fish – we do!


This past week was filled with activities. As mentioned previously, there was a very important Sportfishing Association meeting held at Buenavista Beach Resort last Friday with many important issues on the table. A report on that meeting will be made available to us “soon”. The next day was the 2nd annual East Cape International Tournament,…

Tropical Storm Juliette – gone – just like that!


During the beginning of this report week for Buenavista Beach Resort, good numbers continued to be posted and for a variety of species as well. Striped marlin weren’t as thick as they have been but all of the takers were photographed and released. Dorado were the number one species caught, including some nice bulls. But…

A week spent close !


This past week it was all about the easy pickings for anglers inshore. There was no reason to go offshore as there were plenty of fish just a few miles off the beach at Buenavista Beach Resort. Whether you were fishing on the 3 Hermanos, the Yanet, the Alergia or the Eclipse  (to name a…

Memories being made


Memories are made here every day by guests fishing with us (photo examples to follow). But now in addition to taking a photo to capture your memory, we’ve added another great option. Buenavista Beach Resort is proud to announce our partnership with Gray Taxidermy; the largest of its kind in the world.  On Wednesday a…

“A week of keepers and releases”


This past week Buena Vista Beach Resort anglers had a variety of keepers and plenty of releases as the good bite continues and the billfish hang around. Not only that – the roosters are still just off our beaches. Bryan Myers from Huston couldn’t get the big guys to go but even the smaller roosters…