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Fishing Reports by Capt. Mark Rayor


2014-08-26
6:44 PM

East Cape-Beach patrol - East Cape-Beach patrol Over the weekend Hurricane Marie passed by in the Pacific 500 miles below Cabo San Lucas. Marie is the first Cat 5 storm in the Eastern Pacific since Celia in 2010. We are fortunate the storm passed at such a distance and n more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista


2014-08-18
8:00 PM

East Cape-wahoo wann-a-be - East Cape-wahoo wann-a-be East Cape anglers have struggled this last week with hard weather and tough fishing. Two different storm cells passed dumping rain with strong winds. Billfish have saved our bacon providing action and have been close t more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista


2014-08-07
7:24 AM

East Cape-It's not easy - East Cape-It's not easy East Cape weather couldn't be nicer with calm seas and water temps from 85 to 88 degrees. This morning about 2am we had a small weather system pass by with a spectacular light show followed by strong winds from the North th more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista


2014-07-22
7:37 AM

East Cape-It's not doomsday - East Cape-It's not doomsday Before getting into this weeks report I want to talk a little about the Jen Wren repair after hitting a whale shark. Saturday the mishap occurred punching a shaft strut up through the bottom of the boat causing ext more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista


2014-07-06
2:39 PM

East Cape-I'm to going to go off on a rant - East Cape-I'm not going to go on a rant Our week started out rockin' 'em until stormy weather arrived. A couple of days of rain and winds shut it right down. Anglers that are working hard are still scratching em out but not getting as many opport more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista


2014-06-23
3:46 PM

East Cape-First day of summer ha! - East Cape-First day of summer ha! My calendar indicated the summer solstice considered first day of summer was just a couple days ago. It may be the longest day of the year but our summer conditions started in April when it was supposed to be spri more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista


2014-06-15
8:23 AM

East Cape-blame it on the Strawberry moon - East Cape-blame it on the Strawberry moon Personally, I don't subscribe to the full moon theory. This week started out with great fishing but as the moon became full the bite fell off. Having no other explanation for the lull in action I'm going more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista


2014-06-09
9:01 PM

East Cape-How long will it last - East Cape-How long will it last? What an incredible season we are experiencing. Southern Baja pretty much missed having a winter this year. Spring just flew by and we have gone straight to hot summer mode. Our tropical fruit trees are already bea more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista


2014-06-01
5:49 PM

East Cape hide and seek - East Cape hide and seek East Cape seas remain calm with little or no wind with Tidy Bowl blue 80 degree plus water. Hurricane Amanda has dissipated but the humidity she brought has not gone away. Summer is upon us and it looks like it will be A more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista


2014-05-26
9:05 PM

East Cape crazy, crazy! - East Cape crazy, crazy! Yes, it has been a crazy, crazy week. We started out with a red hot striped marlin bite but as the week progressed it got tougher and tougher. Also, larger yellowfin showed but that was short lived and turned into straight more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista

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