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Fishing Reports by Capt. Jeff Rogers


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


2010-11-30
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


2010-10-27
8:35 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing report - Oct. wrap-up - Kona Hawaii fishing report Oct. wrap-up . October is one of my favorite months to fish because it's this month that offers the most variety of fish. The blue marlin bite usually starts decreasing this month as does the ono bite but then the fall more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2010-09-29
6:14 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing report - Sept. wrap-up - Kona Hawaii fishing report Sept. wrap-up . While September is the slowest time of the year for tourism, it can be the best time of the year for blue marlin and that happened again this year. The few boats that were going out this month were seei more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2010-08-28
10:28 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing report - August wrap-up - Kona Hawaii fishing report August wrap-up . So maybe I should stay out of the fish prediction business. Last month I predicted that there wouldn't be a large number of marlin caught in the Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament but there wou more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2010-07-31
9:22 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing report - July wrap-up - Kona Hawaii fishing report July wrap-up . This morning as I'm writing this report the Wahine (female in Hawaiian) Tournament that hosts only female anglers is happening. In recent years it has been the biggest tournament in Kona but the economy more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2010-06-29
7:54 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing report - June wrap-up - Kona Hawaii fishing report June wrap-up . The summer marlin bite is kicking into gear so marlin are now a daily sight on the catch board. Mostly blue marlin but the striped marlin are also making a showing. Last summer we had more striped marlin more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2010-05-26
7:32 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing report - May wrap-up - Kona Hawaii fishing report May wrap-up . We're experiencing a good ono run right now so ono tops the list of the most common fish caught this month. The marlin bite has been real slow so most of the boats are pounding the ono lane in order to ha more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2010-04-28
8:58 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing report - April wrap-up - Kona Hawaii fishing report April wrap-up , This month, the biggest marlin of the year was made 4 times! If you've been following my reports, you might remember that I had the biggest of the year in January but was beat out by 2 lbs. just 3 day more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona


2010-03-30
6:35 PM

Kona Hawaii fishing report - March wrap-up - Kona Hawaii fishing report March wrap-up . The March marlin bite has been a let down this year. I hate doing a negative report and I catch some heat from other captains about not pumping up the fishing here but the truth is the truth. There were more...
Capt. Jeff Rogers - Kona

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