Mark Rayor
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Fact or fiction?

Fact or fiction? Not much of a fishing report this week because there are not that many fishing. Off shore the showing of striped marlin and dorado has continued for the few boats out there. In shore…Continue

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EAST CAPE BLUES

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Started Jul 30, 2012

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East Cape - Hoo's to say

East Cape - Hoo's to say East Cape was welcomed into 2015 with strong winds and a chill in the air.  The cool breezy weather has continued making it difficult for the few anglers in town to get off shore.Flocks of pelicans have arrived up and down the…See More
Jan 4
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East Cape - Caught in the act

East Cape - Caught in the act Two days of summer-like weather and north winds are back.  Now the surf is pounding and I have graduated to a long sleeved t-shirt to combat the chill.The last few days walking the beach I have observed juvenile…See More
Dec 28, 2014
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Fact or fiction?

Fact or fiction? Not much of a fishing report this week because there are not that many fishing. Off shore the showing of striped marlin and dorado has continued for the few boats out there. In shore yellowtail are in the neighborhood but finding live bait has been problematic.Fact or fiction Fluorocarbon has little or no stretch? At a Super Bowl party I posed this question. (Heck, the game wasn't worth watching and we needed something to talk about.) The consensus was fact. I also asked…See More
Feb 8, 2014
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EAST CAPE BLUES

EAST CAPE BLUES It was another spotty week of fishing on the East Cape.  The weather has been about as nice as it can get.  The water is 82 to 84 degrees and a beautiful purple blue.  There is loads of flying fish, and birds everywhere.  I just keep waiting…See More
Jul 30, 2012
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thumping em

Thumping em The last few weeks yellowfin tuna have been inconsistent, biting one day and not the next.  This week was a different story.  A huge volume of tuna has shown on East Cape waters and are feeding on red crabs.  These fish are not on porpoise and we are…See More
Jul 1, 2012
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HIKE! HIKE!

HIKE! HIKE! It is about a month later than normal but football sized tuna have finally shown up on East Cape waters in big numbers.  Their appearance is just in time to take over for the great dorado bite we have been experiencing that has started to fizzle.It was a…See More
Jun 23, 2012
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I WON'T SUGAR COAT IT

I WON'T SUGAR COAT IT East Cape conditions have been less than desirable.  The water has been a horrible off color with strong currents and unstable temperatures.   Live bait has also been hard to come by.  Working hard we have still been able to scratch…See More
Jun 17, 2012
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SOME DANDYS

SOME DANDYS! This week the main East Cape action moved to the buoys about 15 miles off of Punta Pescadro where quality sized dorado have taken center stage.  In recent years I can't remember when boats have been able to consistently catch this grade of fish.  Lots…See More
Jun 11, 2012
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MAKING THE BEST BETTER

EAST CAPE=MAKING THE BEST BETTERMaking the best better Lots to talk about this week and too many great photos to choose from.The end of last week Yellowfin tuna made their first showing. It looked like the East Cape was off to the races when a few different schools of dolphin were located all holding tuna. Then it happened. The water in the Sea of Cortez turned over to an ugly green color. With that, for now, the tuna have vanished.The striped marlin bite has been very consistent and the off…See More
Jun 3, 2012
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A LITTLE BLOW MAKES EM GO!

A LITTLE BLOW MAKES EM GO Fish has been awesome the last couple of weeks with marlin, dorado and in shore rooster fish providing quite a show.  Catching has been a trick though.  On calm days the fish just don't want to go.  When a little breeze comes…See More
May 27, 2012
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CHAIN OF FOOLS

CHAIN OF FOOLS Striped marlin are thick from Rancho Leonero to Punta Perico.  There are also a few nice dorado and some sailfish in the mix.  All day fish are putting on an incredible and exciting show jumping, tailing and feeding.  The fish are plugged with…See More
May 20, 2012
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SEA OF CORTEZ-EAST CAPE, TURTLE SEX

TURTLE SEX East Cape weather has been about as nice as it gets with calm seas and sunny skies.Marlin fishing has been tough. Finding and sighting fish has been easy but getting them to bite has been frustrating. Boats are only getting one marlin out of ten to take the bait. Quality dorado has taken up some of the slack though. Fish as large as 50 pounds are in the mix every day.In shore rooster fish and pompano are on the feed. Finding sardines for bait has been the key to success and not easy…See More
May 13, 2012
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SEA OF CORTEZ-EAST CAPE, LOOP DE LOO

Fishing has been a real roller coaster.  Early in the week striped marlin were in a feeding frenzy and giving anglers lots of action.  Then the marlin slowed but big dorado showed.  Just as the bite was getting into high gear a low pressure system hit and it shut off.  The weather brought strong winds and we had a couple of pretty ugly days.  Now the wind is gone and a huge volume of marlin have showed just a few miles off Punta Colorada.  It has been easy to spot fish but they are finicky…See More
Apr 29, 2012
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SEA OF CORTEZ-MARLIN BITE, LINES GO TIGHT

Marlin bite, lines go tight! The week started out with breezy weather and a tough bite.  Working hard we were still able to scratch out a fish or two everyday and managed to get a few of the folks that fished with us the experience of catching their…See More
Apr 22, 2012
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SEA OF CORTEZ-EAST CAPE, WHAT SIGN ARE YOU?

WHAT SIGN ARE YOU?In shore pompano, sierra mackerel, jacks and an occasional roosterfish are providing anglers loads of action.In Palmas Bay from 5 to 10 miles off shore a large volume of striped marlin have shown and are jumping, tailing and feeding.  To coin a description from our friend Gary Graham fishing the marlin bite right now is like "playing Whack a Mole".  By the time we get to the feeders they…See More
Apr 15, 2012
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SEA OF CORTEZ-EAST CAPE, MY HEART ALMOST STOPPED

My heart almost stoppedEast Cape weather has just been spectacular. All week we have enjoyed calm seas and warm days. In shore the water has become crystal clear and off shore is warming and turning a beautiful blue.Biz was slow and I wanted to go fishing so I made a deal with 11 year old Roberto…See More
Apr 8, 2012

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Where are you from?
Buena Vista, BCS, Mexico
About Me
I own and operate two deluxe sportfishing cruisers in Baja California Sur, Mexico on the Sea of Cortez.

Fishing is my passion and this place offers the best fishing grounds on the plant.
How passionate are you about fishing?
Hardcore (Over 50 times a Year)

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SEA OF CORTEZ-MARLIN BITE, LINES GO TIGHT

Marlin bite, lines go tight! 

The week started out with breezy…
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Posted on April 22, 2012 at 3:40pm

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