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Fishing Reports by Capt. Mark Rayor

9:50 AM

Sea of Cortez, NOTHING LIKE GETTIN EVEN - NOTHING LIKE GETTIN EVEN For the second week in a row East Cape fishing has been very spotty with just a handful of billfish and dorado being landed each day. Yellowfin tuna have provided most of the action but have been elusive. The tuna have bee more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista

9:42 AM

Sea of Cortez, BAJA BOOBIES - In a word, Tough. Fish did not bite this week like they have the previous couple weeks. I think it has to do with the full moon and am hopeful the action will pick up soon. Boats targeting billfish are only getting one or two shots in a day. One more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista

6:51 PM

Sea of Cortez, ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM - No matter how you slice it the fishing during this years East Cape Bisbee was dismal. 62 boats fishing 3 long days and only managed to bring one qualifying blue marlin over 300 pounds to the scales. Until after lines out on the third day not even one more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista

3:07 PM

Sea of Cortez, AND I THOUGHT IT WAS TOUGH - We are officially in our hurricane season. When there are reports of a storm heading this way it adds stress to our otherwise stress free lifestyle. Hurricane Dora with reported winds of 155 MPH did just that. We were spared as she moved to the West more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista

11:37 AM

Sea of Cortez, FAT CHICKS AND FLAT FEET - Marlin and sailfish have taken center stage on the East Cape this week. Less dorado then previous weeks and smaller tuna are also providing action. There are still a few cow tuna in the area for those lucky enough to be in the right spot at the right more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista

6:56 PM

sea of Cortez, LIGHT LOADS AND LOTS OF TOADS - Traffic on the East Cape has been very light most of this season. Each resort in the area is far from full occupancy and only sending out a hand full of fishing boats each day. With this the boats that are fishing are enjoying a lot of real estate to more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista

1:31 PM

Sea of Cortez, AND THE BEAT GOES ON - AND THE BEAT GOES ON The East Cape continues to enjoy an unprecedented big tuna season. In years past the Jen Wren team have always managed to land a handful of tuna over a hundred pounds but it really wasn't all that common. This year the big boys more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista

10:38 PM

Sea of Cortez, AHHH! JUICY FRUIT - Mark Locken returned to Los Barriles this week to fish the KIR Fish and Chips tournament with his crazy band of eight school buddies. Based out of Palmas de Cortez, last year fishing on the Jen Wren boats the merry men took 1st prize with a 143 pound more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista

11:02 AM

Sea of Cortez, AWAY FROM IT ALL - AWAY FROM IT ALL John Lowther has come to Rancho Buena Vista with family and friends for the last 18 years. The last several of those years he has chartered our Jen Wren boats for fishing. Time after time he has inquired about doing a multi-day trip more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista

11:05 AM

Sea of Cortez, Coming to the East Cape? Eat your Wheaties! - EAT YOUR WHEATIES! There is nothing like the tail beat of a tuna. The thump of their tail resonates up the line and can be seen in the tip of an anglers bent rod. A small fish goes thump..thump..thump.. A larger fish goes thump....thump.... thump. more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista

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