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Mako shark and spearfish

Capt. Dale Leverone
April 30, 2011
Kona - Saltwater Fishing Report

We took Sal and Anthony Navarra from San Francisco out for a half day fishing on Sea Strike on 4-28-2011. It was a slow day but on the way in we got a strike from a spearfish. Sal brought it in fairly fast and we noticed the tail had been bitten off. I gaffed the spearfish and put it in the boat, removed the hooks and tossed the lure back in the water. To my surprise Sal says I got another one on ! It was a Mako shark, the same one that had just bit the spearfish. You never know what is going to happen out here. We also had some action with large tuna earlier in the week.

Kona Fishing Forecast:

Yellowfin tuna , some over 200 lbs are coming in now along with wahoo, spearfish, St marlin, blue marlin. All should be present thru May

Target Species:

spearfish , St. marlin, blue marlin , mahi and ahi (tuna)

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With over 25 years experience of Kona fishing, owner & operator Capt. Dale Leverone offers charters and specialized fishing trips for big game or unique species. Jigging at 80 fathoms will land highly prized snapper, kahala, ulua and other varieties. Night-time fishing for broadbill swordfish offers a rare chance at this elusive predator. Whatever sport fishing you desire, Sea Strike and crew can fulfill your Kona fishing charter dreams.

Contact Info:

Sea Strike Fishing Charters
Honokohau Harbor, 74-380 Kealakehe Parkway
Kailua Kona, HI 96740
Phone: 800-264-4595
Alt. Phone: 800-264-4595
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