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Hawaii Fishing Reports


2011-02-13
1:16 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing on Sea Strike - We only had one trip last week and had fun catching stick fish for Shane (8 years old) We fished for a couple hours and caught a few. They average about 2 1/2 to 3 feet long and are lots of fun on spinning tackle. more...
Capt. Dale Leverone - Kona


2011-01-29
8:31 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing report - Jan. wrap-up - Kona Hawaii fishing report Jan. wrap-up . Great news! Yes, we have striped marlin :) Kona hasn't seen a good striped marlin run in the past 5 seasons so I'm very happy that we're finally getting them. Striped marlin is my 2nd favorite fish to e more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2011-01-23
10:37 AM

Kona Hawaii fishing on Sea Strike - We are having great winter fishing. In the last week we caught blue marlin, stripe marlin, mahi mahi, spearfish and ono (wahoo). Dr. Mark Jordan fished several days with the hope of a big blue marlin. He did hook one that was over 500 pounds but we p more...
Capt. Dale Leverone - Kona


2011-01-08
11:35 AM

Kona Hawaii fishing on Sea Strike - We caught 284 Lb. blue marlin on Tuesday Jan. 4th and another boat caught a 650 lb blue. Quite a few more marlin were caught on Wed and Thursday. Mahi are disapearing and more spearfish being caught. Aloha, Capt Dale Se more...
Capt. Dale Leverone - Kona


2011-01-01
5:12 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing report - Dec. wrap-up - Kona Hawaii fishing report Dec. wrap-up . The year ended with a bang as Kona's 2nd grander marlin was weighed in. Usually there's more than one grander caught in Kona each year but this year looked like it would be the exception. During a year more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2010-12-26
1:48 PM

Kona fishing on Sea Strike - We fished 2 and 1/2 days this week, catching one spearfish each day and a handfull of Mahi. We also hooked a nice blue 400 to 500 lbs. We pulled the hook after a few spectacular close in jumps. If you have never seen a large marlin exploding around t more...
Capt. Dale Leverone - Kona


2010-12-12
12:10 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing on Sea Strike - Fishing is starting to pick up with short bill spearfish now appearing. Their numbers will increase into late December and January. Also larger blue marlin should be more prevalent as they are known to feed on the smaller spearfish. Give us a cal more...
Capt. Dale Leverone - Kona


2010-11-30
5:35 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing report - Nov. wrap-up - Kona Hawaii fishing report Nov. wrap-up . November was a very slow month for charter fishing as the uncertain economy and uncertain tax burden has many vacationers in a wait-n-see mode. The new TSA procedures aren't helping either. And as I've s more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2010-11-29
5:31 PM

Kona fishing on Sea Strike - Winter fishing is starting to improve with the appearence of spearfish along with Mahi and the occasional big Blue marlin that have been here. Sea Strike had one large blue on and caught several Mahi during the last week. You can reach me 1-800-26 more...
Capt. Dale Leverone - Kona


2010-11-04
1:37 PM

Kona, Hawaii Blue Marlin Fishing - Joe and Steph Jasaitis from New York flew into Kona to experience some big game fishing here in Hawaii. They had fished on another boat two days earlier and never saw one fish. However, Joe decided he had time for one more day and booked a half-day w more...
Capt. Dale Leverone - Kona

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