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Buena Vista Fishing Reports


2011-11-22
9:03 AM

BETTER LATE THAN NEVER - BETTER LATE THAN NEVER East Cape is experiencing the best dorado bite of the season. In shore and near shark buoys dorado have arrived in big numbers and are on the feed. Striped marlin have also been plentiful off La Ribera and Punta Pescadero. In more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista


2011-11-14
8:46 AM

A BIZZARE FISH TAIL - A bizzare fish tail Our week started out with strong winds and angry seas. It was so rocky 'n rolly I didn't pack my cameras, for fear of damaging them. That didn't stop Brent Kison and Phil Bidarn from fishing on Jen Wren III for three days. During more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista


2011-11-10
8:25 AM

Sea of Cortez, Knowing When to Fold Em - Knowing when to fold em We had not been fishing for a few days when I heard chatter on the VHF that the fleet was experiencing the best blue marlin bite of the season. With no charters on the horizon for a couple more days I decided to go out and more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista


2011-10-30
11:29 AM

CHANGES IN LATITUDES CHANGES IN ATTITUDES - Changes in latitudes changes in attitudes There are large schools of yellowfin tuna 40 plus miles East of the East Cape resorts. Finding them is no guarantee they will bite. Many anglers are returning after a long boat ride with disappointment. more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista


2011-10-13
10:39 PM

East Cape - FISHED OUT? - East Cape, fished out? For the last couple of weeks fishing has been the slowest all season. It seems whenever fishing slows down folks are always asking has this place been fished out? I have spent more than a 100 days a year on East Cape wa more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista


2011-09-22
3:37 PM

Sea of Cortez, Buena Vista to Loreto and beyond - Buena Vista to Loreto and beyond Believe it or not February and September are our two slowest months of the year. February because it is cold and windy, September because of fear of a hurricane and hot humid weather. September is my favorite time. more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista


2011-09-11
10:39 AM

JUST FOR KICKS - JUST FOR KICKS For another week yellowfin tuna stole the show on the East Cape. Just a few billfish and dorado have been landed this week while most boats are returning from a days fishing with fish lockers full of tuna. Porpoise schools holding h more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista


2011-09-04
7:46 PM

Sea of Cortez, WWHERE IS WALTER? - This week my life long friend Gary Street of Laguna Hills arrived to participate in the La Paz Gold Cup black and blue marlin tournament. For the last few weeks marlin fishing on the East Cape has been very slow so I was hopeful we would find more ac more...
Capt. Mark Rayor - Buena Vista


2011-08-27
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


2011-08-18
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

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