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Hawaii Fishing Reports


2009-10-14
4:03 PM

In Search of World Record Bonefish - Last week was not typical Oahu weather. Light wind, Rain and cloud cover dominated making conditions rather difficult. World record size bonefish can be nearly impossibe with slick calm winds [luckily we rarely have these conditons]. Casts on the 'di more...
Capt. Chris Asaro - Honolulu


2009-10-05
1:14 PM

Escape to Paradise for World Record size Bonefish - When you get on the water around Oahu, the first thing you notice is the spectacular views of the lush green jagged mountains contrasting the blue green ocean. for me, that alone makes my day! Flats fishing crystal clear waters is visual overload more...
Capt. Chris Asaro - Honolulu


2009-09-30
9:13 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing report - Sept. wrap-up - Kona Hawaii fishing report September wrap-up . The beginning of September was pretty good fishing but I haven't been getting out much. September is the slowest month for tourism. I'm one of the busiest captains in Kona so if I'm not going out, h more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2009-09-28
8:27 PM

Stalking World Record Bonefish - After a very successful career guiding in the everglages national park and florida keys [2004 IGFA Inshore World Championship top guide], i have relocated to Oahu, Hawaii. Not so much to catch the big one but to improve my quality of life. I always w more...
Capt. Chris Asaro - Honolulu


2009-09-01
11:42 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing report - August wrap-up - Kona Hawaii fishing report August wrap-up . The marlin bite remains good for Kona. So, good being a relative term, what exactly is a good bite for Kona? Any day you catch a marlin is a good day but the yearly average for Kona boats is only o more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2009-08-02
11:18 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing report - July wrap-up - Kona Hawaii fishing report July wrap-up . We had some big tournaments this month. The Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament (HIBT) was a huge success with a huge amount of marlin and spearfish tagged and released but almost all of them were more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2009-06-30
6:39 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing report - June wrap-up - Kona Hawaii fishing report June wrap-up The male blue marlin showed up in force this month. These guys average around 150 lbs. and are so abundant now that on a full day charter, you're almost guaranteed to run into at least one. So what about t more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2009-05-29
6:23 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing report - May wrap-up - Kona Hawaii fishing report May wrap-up . In last months fishing report I focused in on Grander (over 1000 lb.) marlin. Just a couple of days ago another close but no cigar was weighed in. This one tipped the scale at 913 lbs. There have been more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2009-04-29
7:18 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing report - April wrap-up - Kona Hawaii fishing report April wrap-up Kona is the Pacific blue marlin capital of the world for more reasons than one. First, it a year round fishery. There's usually at least one marlin brought in each day even in the off-season. Second, we c more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2009-03-31
11:23 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing report - March wrap-up - Kona Hawaii fishing report March wrap-up , What a difference between February and March. The trolling bite went from soooo good (last months report) to not so good. Typically March is better than February but as I've stated before, pelagic f more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona

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