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Fishing Reports by Capt. Jeff Rogers


2018-08-31
6:39 PM

Kona Hawaii Fishing Report - August wrap-up. - Kona Hawaii Fishing Report August wrap-up. Ahi both big and small were the main catch this month. I'm not just counting charter boats but also the many small boats that have been hanging around F buoy. It more resembles a parking lot on the ocea more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2018-07-30
10:23 PM

Kona Hawaii Fishing Report - July wrap-up. - Kona Hawaii Fishing Report July wrap-up. The blue marlin bite remained good as it should for summer. I made the prediction in last month's report that the big female marlin would be showing up soon and they did. Not just in Kona but all over the more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2018-07-01
11:08 PM

Kona Hawaii Fishing Report - June wrap-up. - Kona Hawaii Fishing Report June wrap-up. Tourism is starting to pick up now that the lava flows on the other side of the island aren't making headline news. It was down about 50% last month. That means more fishing boats out and more fish caught more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2018-05-31
1:15 AM

Kona Hawaii Fishing Report - May wrap-up. - Kona Hawaii Fishing Report May wrap-up. The fish aren't afraid of the volcano! That's the headline. And guess what? The people in Kona aren't afraid of it either. I've been getting calls all month from concerned relatives and vacationers who hav more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2018-04-29
2:16 AM

Kona Hawaii Fishing Report - April wrap-up. - Kona Hawaii Fishing Report April wrap-up. The blue marlin bite is on! Almost all of the boats are getting bit daily but on average, more marlin are lost than are caught. Even with that, some boats are catching 2, 3 or even 4 marlin in a day. The more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2018-03-31
10:48 PM

Kona Hawaii Fishing Report - March wrap-up. - Kona Hawaii Fishing Report March wrap-up. March has always been one of my favorite months to fish. The water conditions really change in March. January and February are our rough water months. This January and February were pretty mild for sea c more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2018-02-28
3:44 PM

Kona Hawaii Fishing Report - February wrap-up. - Kona Hawaii Fishing Report February wrap-up. Some nice size blue marlin showed up this month with several beast status marlin caught. Some were kept but most of them were released. FYI, a 500+ lb. marlin is a beast. Kona is usually the best more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2018-01-31
9:46 PM

Kona Hawaii Fishing Report - January wrap-up. - Kona Hawaii Fishing Report January wrap-up. The new year started off great and was just a continuation of the hot bite on blue marlin and spearfish that we were experiencing in December. That lasted into the middle of the month. Then I didn't fi more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2017-12-31
10:36 PM

Kona Hawaii Fishing Report - December wrap-up. - Kona Hawaii Fishing Report December wrap-up. What a great way to end the year! There was a bite on almost everything this month. Winter is usually the slowest time of the year for blue marlin but the bite was about as good as it gets even in the more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2017-11-29
7:47 PM

Kona Hawaii Fishing Report - November wrap-up. - Kona Hawaii Fishing Report November wrap-up. There's a good bite going on right now. It started early in the month with a good blue marlin bite and just past mid month, an ono run completely out of season and mahi mahi close to shore swimming wi more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona

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