The Big Island of Hawaii – The fishing in Kona has remained very good over the past. This being an El Nino year, the water temperatures have remained warm, holding good numbers of Blue Marlin, Yellowfin Tuna and Shortbilled Spearfish just off the cost of the Big Island. Expect these El Nino conditions to extend our normal fishing season well into the months of November and December this year due to the warmer overall water temperatures in the Pacific Ocean.
This past week we saw a good number of Blue Marlin being caught. While the fish remained on the smaller side, good numbers of smaller Blue Marlin were tagged and released in the 125 pound range. The consistent action has been great for our guests on ½ day and ¾ charters, giving them multiple shots at hooking up to a blue marlin on shorter fishing charters. Below are some of the recent catches on our fishing charters over the past week: Continue reading “Kona Fishing Report – July 19- 2015” »