HOT WEATHER AND MOSTLY CALM SEAS FOUND AT PUNTA BUFEO
July 23, 2004, John Tillander, Punta Bufeo, Baja California, Mexico Fishing Report at Gonzaga Bay:
Just got back from our place in Punta Bufeo. Down there for a week. The weather was hot: 100+ during the day and in the low 90s at night. No Yellow Tail or Sierra but a lot of large Trigger Fish, Corvina, and Bay Bass. The Pompano are just starting to show up, a little later than usual. Water temp in the 80s.
The weather was hot: 100+, so we were the only boat out while we were there. We fished mostly between Isle San Luis and Punta Bufeo although we did go out to the sea mount west of San Luis one day.
Seas were dead calm in the morning until about noon, then the east wind kicked up to 10-15 knots for a couple of hours. That generated some small white caps, but the wind died down each day about 3PM and the sea went back to calm. We had a light breeze after that out of the east until sunset, then the breeze switched to the south.
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