The waters surrounding the Hawaiian Islands are some of the most pristine fishing grounds on the planet. As soon as you pass over the deepwater shelf (which in most cases is less then ten miles from shore) you will find yourself in a deep blue ocean that is literally more then 5,000 feet deep. These deep blue waters are populated with giant marlin (multiple 1000lb+ Marlins are normally caught each year) huge schools of Mahi-Mahi and Ahi. If you would like to give one of these trips a try it might be in your best interest to look over some of our blog articles before you make your decision.
Is there a general likelihood or percentage of time we could expect to catch fish on a Kauai fishing charter?
Today we did something very unique, that I have never done before in the Hawaiian Islands (or anywhere else for that matter). We went fishing for Peacock Bass.
My girlfriends sister and her boyfriend were on the island for a few weeks and we thought it might be fun to let the girls go do a spa day while the boys go out for an afternoon bottom fishing trip.
Of all of the different fishing trips that we offer I think it is fair to say that as a general rule of thumb, the bottom fishing charters that we have generally catch a larger volume of fish then our deep sea sport fishing charters.
Well this is the question every angler wants to know. As usual, as every fisherman will tell you, your fishing 'juju' always depends on the 'day' and yes, 'luck', 'karma' and 'having your good deeds rewarded'.
The following question was answered by Joy.
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