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Fishing Reports by Capt. Mark Rayor


2017-06-04
3:04 PM

East Cape - Wahoo Alley - East Cape - Wahoo Alley Last week just as it started to look like things couldn't get any better an upwelling of cold off colored water came from the south and I watched water temps drop from 78 to 70 degrees overnight. It was no surprise the dram more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista


2017-05-25
9:46 AM

East Cape - The old norm - East Cape - The old norm The East Cape fishery has gone from zero to full throttle in a period of 10 days. It has been a tough, tough spring for anglers but now the tide has turned and the place is hitting on all cylinders. Tuna, striped marlin, more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista


2017-05-08
11:22 PM

East Cape - Just goofing around - East Cape - Just goofing around Our 2017 season is off to a sputtering start. Locating gamefish has been tough and finding anglers hasn't been much easier. Great conditions have made it look like the bite will bust wide open any day. I have been more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista


2017-04-15
1:30 PM

East Cape - Week of firsts - East Cape - Week of firsts We had our first showing of yellowfin tuna of the season. Most of the fish were a nice 30 to 40 pounds and caught chunking squid or drifting live bait. The bite never really got hot and was just a slow pick for a few we more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista


2017-03-30
7:14 PM

East Cape - Febrero loco y Marzo otra poco - East Cape - Febrero loco y Marzo otra poco When making small talk around here with the local Mexican people weather is always a common topic. This time of year a colloquialism that is often used with a smile and a laugh is Febrero loco y Marzo ot more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista


2017-03-16
2:25 PM

East Cape - Where's Willie? - East Cape - Where's Willie? At the drop of a hat or flip of a switch, however you want to put it East Cape has gone from winter to spring After a somewhat mild winter the Sea of Cortez has been like a pond for days. While spring has arrived more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista


2017-02-15
2:32 PM

As happy as a clam - As happy as a clam Right now I am as happy as a clam because winter is almost behind us. In my book this will go down as a mild one. Water temps are 68-69 degrees and air temps have been consistently comfortable. Yellowtail have showed up right o more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista


2017-01-26
4:55 PM

East Cape - A winter wonderland - East Cape - A winter wonderland Came in the house yesterday after a day working on our boats and found Jennifer had the fireplace stoked up. Exhausted, I plopped down on the couch, pulled my feet out of my flip flops and laid them on the coffee t more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista


2016-12-30
6:51 PM

East Cape - The cows have come home - East Cape - The cows have come home As winters go so far this has been a very mild one. We have had our share of windy days but the air temperature has remained comfortable. I can remember many years where I didn't want to get out of bed in the m more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista


2016-12-18
3:44 PM

East Cape - Moments - East Cape - Moments East Cape water temps on the Sea of Cortez are still 75 to 77 degrees. Word is that on days calm enough to get on the water game fish have been cooperating. I've been hearing reports of blue marlin, sailfish, dorado and wahoo. more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista

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