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Hawaii Fishing News

Hawaii Fishing News

October 2020

HAWAII FISHING NEWS brings it all to you! Sportfishing in Hawaii is year-round! Aptly titled by HAWAII FISHING NEWS in 1977, the "Blue Marlin Capital of the World." Hawaii offers six species of billfish plus yellowfin (ahi), skipjack (aku), dogtooth, bonito, albacore & bigeye tuna. Other species of offshore game fish include wahoo (ono), dolphin fish (mahimahi), great barracuda (kaku) & rainbow runner (kamanu,or Hawaiian salmon). Bottom fishing is also popular in Hawaii with good catches of snapper at depths of 10 to 100 fathoms. Inshore waters of Hawaii, with 700 miles of fishable shoreline, draw the most activity from anglers. Heavy-duty shore casting rigs allow anglers to tackle giant ulua (jacks) of up to 200 lbs as they prowl the reefs at night. Medium tackle and ultralight fishing clubs have sprung up in Hawaii as anglers have discovered the excitement of fishing for the many other species that make the reefs and sandy channels their homes. Freshwater enthusiasts are not to be denied as Hawaii has more varieties of freshwater game fish than most areas of the mainland; these include largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, oscar, tucunare, channel catfish and rainbow trout. What all this adds up to? Hawaii is a great place to fish!

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PRINT SUBSCRIPTION RATES HAWAII RESIDENTS ❑ 1 year (12 issues)………………………………. $6900 ONLY $4.00 PER ISSUE - SUBSCRIBE & SAVE $27 U.S. MAINLAND (AIRMAIL TO 48 STATES, ALASKA, GUAM, APO/FPO) Includes Special Packaging & Air Mail Postage ❑ 1 year (12 issues)…………………………….$8900 ONLY $6.50 PER ISSUE CANADA (AIRMAIL) Includes Special Packaging & Air Mail Postage ❑ 1 year (12 issues)…………………………….$9900 HAWAII FISHING NEWS P.O. Box 25488 Honolulu, HI 96825 Subscribe Online at <www.hfnpublishing.com> (808) 395-4499 E-MAIL: <hawaiifishingnews@gmail.com> HAWAII FISHING NEWS PUBLICATIONS Includes tax and postage ❑ FISHING HAWAII STYLE, VOL I *……$3300 A Guide to Saltwater Angling - This is a must have for Hawaii’s fishers. This collection of techniques and tips has proven to be invaluable to all saltwater anglers around the world. With over 400 illustrations, Volume I includes both the basics and secret methods that should be a common heritage for all anglers. ❑ FISHING HAWAII STYLE, VOL II…….$3300 Find…

5 min.
new state records!

Yellowtail After a few months of fishing the cliffs, chasing pelagics, I got my dream fish when I least expected it. I had this weird gut feeling to go fishing close to home, and that’s exactly what I did. My girlfriend, Jocelyn Tamashiro, and I decided to go on a last-minute sunset fishing trip to the North Shore. When we got to the beach, it was miserably hot so we jumped in the water to cool off. About a minute later I noticed a big school of hahalalu swarming in, jumping out of the water and almost beaching themselves on the sand. I quickly set up my whipping pole to try to catch them for bait. After losing the first few, I managed to catch some. I threw one bait out with no luck.…

9 min.
my inside line: persistence

Aloha. I was born and raised on the island of Kaua‘i, where fishing became one of my passions at a young age. One of my fondest memories from childhood was flipping through HAWAII FISHING NEWS and looking at all of the photos. In 2009, I became a lifeguard for the County of Kaua‘i. This career path introduced me to jet skis, and by 2013, I was officially a jet ski operator. As I became more proficient in operating a jet ski, it was only natural for me to combine my fishing and diving experience with operation of this vessel. In 2017, I pulled the trigger and bought a jet ski, fully outfitted for fishing, with one goal in mind: to catch ‘ahi. After getting a few fish under my belt last season…

3 min.
mama’s first marlin

On June 22, Dana Susina decided to charter a boat as a Father’s Day gift to her husband, Brett Kodish, and her father-in-law, Craig Kodish. It was a special Father’s Day as it was the first for Brett and Dana, having welcomed their daughter, Cora, to the world nine months earlier. “We were set to head out at 7 a.m., and, of course, my daughter decided she wanted to sleep past 5:30 a.m. for the first time in her life, so we had to wake her up, throw on her Sundot pink marlin onesie, and get to the harbor.” The Kodish ‘ohana left Honokohau Harbor with Capt. Marlin Parker of the MARLIN MAGIC II. “It was a perfect day on the water,” Dana said. “The four anglers drew straws to decide…

2 min.
update: hawaii fishers feeding families

“Dust and cobwebs.” That was my answer when a friend asked me about what’s been on my hook recently. “How can?” he replied. “You said you’ve been seeing choke ono fish!” After a bit of joking around, I sent my friend a link for the “Hawaii Fishers Feeding Families” Facebook site and watched his reaction over Skype. I could see his facial expressions as he scrolled through the site: a huge smile; a grin; then a pause. I could see that his eyes were starting to get watery. He was trying to hide it, but I could tell that he was getting choked up. “Brah. These guys are amazing! I couldn’t agree more. All of the fishers who have been posting their catches and the number of people that they are feeding are doing…

7 min.
big fish battles at hawaii marlin tournament series

During the Hawaii Marlin Tournament (HMT) Series each year, about 95 percent of all marlin caught are tagged and released. Through this year’s first three tournaments and into the final day of the fourth, 89 marlin were tagged and released. No big marlin were scaled until August. Three tournaments were held in July: the Kona Kick Off; the Lazy Marlin Hunt Returns; and the Lure Maker’s Challenge. Fishing started a bit slow but improved as the week progressed away from the full moon. Twenty-five teams tagged and released 13 blue marlin in the Kona Kickoff. Six teams in the Lazy Marlin tagged 15 blue marlin. At the Lure Maker’s Challenge presented by Kraken Lures, the catch got even better. Eighteen teams released 23 marlin, and the ‘ahi showed up. Nine tuna were…