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Hawaii Fishing Reports


2013-11-08
2:01 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing report - Oct. wrap-up - I thought I posted here at the end of November but I guess not. Better late than never :) Kona Hawaii fishing report Oct. wrap-up. October started out pretty slow for both charters and fish. Those otaru tunas dominated The Grounds for most more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2013-09-29
8:57 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing report - Sept. wrap-up - Kona Hawaii fishing report Sept. wrap-up. Normally September is a very slow month for tourism but this year the number of boats out fishing was pretty good. There were two tournaments this month lasting several days each and just a little more act more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2013-08-31
9:32 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing report - August wrap-up - Kona Hawaii fishing report August wrap-up. Several large blue marlin and even a large black marlin were caught this month. It started on August 1st when the biggest fish for August was brought in. A 964 pounder. There were several other marlin c more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2013-07-31
9:12 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing report - July - Kona Hawaii fishing report July wrap-up. The Kona blue marlin bite has been reel good (pun intended). On July 3rd, during the Marlin Magic Tournament a 1043 lb. blue marlin was weighed in to take the tournament win. That made #5 grander marlin more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2013-06-29
9:39 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing report - June wrap-up - Kona Hawaii fishing report June wrap-up. Let the tournaments begin! It's officially summer and that means back-to-back fishing tournaments in Kona. We just had the two day Rock N Reel and Wee Guys tournaments and both resulted in a bunch of more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2013-05-29
9:37 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing report - May wrap-up - Kona Hawaii fishing report May wrap-up. As we head into summer, the total number of fish being caught off the Kona coast will rise just like it does every summer. Why is that? I'm glad you asked. It comes down to just simple math. More boats out more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2013-04-29
8:26 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing report - April wrap-up - Kona Hawaii fishing report April wrap up. April was certainly a mixed bag of bites. We would have a good blue marlin bite for a few days, then the marlin would almost disappear and the ono would be the big bite. Then the mahi mahi would show up more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2013-03-30
8:17 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing report - March wrap-up - Kona Hawaii fishing report March wrap-up. Hawaii is the Blue marlin capital of the world for several reasons and we can add a couple more reasons this month. March has always been known as a month that the BIG blue marlin show up. In fact, there more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2013-02-27
7:23 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing report - Feb. wrap-up - Kona Hawaii fishing report Feb. wrap-up . I'm going to start this month's report with a quote from the fishing season calendar page on my web site because it's so appropriate. Quote; A good blue marlin run can happen for a short period of time more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2013-01-29
6:27 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing report - Jan. wrap-up - Kona Hawaii fishing report Jan. wrap-up The New Year really started off with several bangs so this report will be a little longer than most. Just like in the beginning of 2012, Kona is the first place in the world to weigh in a Grander (over 1 more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona

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