Hawaii Fishing

Old 02-16-2011, 10:23 AM
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Default Hawaii Fishing

I am taking a trip to Hawaii the last week of April. I would like to get some inside scoop on good fishing charters, locations etc... Going to Oahu, (Honolulu) staying in Navy housing. Thanks.
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Old 02-18-2011, 08:09 PM
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I used to fish pearl/hickam harbor along the shore for travalley (sp?) and Cuda. Charters are a dime a dozen there. tiger shark, Mahi, hoo, tuna, and bills are all withitin miles of the shore and are all world class. There is a guy that leaves out of Hickam and he's pretty reasonable. You can go to MWR and ask for the information.

If you like Sushi, go to Aloha Sushi on Nimitz HWY and tell them Jason and Michelle Sagan sent you and they'll take care of you. Also some other good food there is the Sea Brees on Hickam. They have an awesome lunch spread. Also ton's of steak plate places. Since it's winter you'll want to check out the big waves at North Shore as well. It's an amazing thing to witness and jumping off the rock at Waimea bay is great. Take a trip to Bellows while your there and take a hike to monowillie falls for a fun jump.. Don't forget to go to K-bay and rent a pontoon to head over to the sand bar. Such a great place man, I lived there for 5 years. Have fun!
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Old 02-18-2011, 08:16 PM
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Live bait, thats that guys in the pic I put up.
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Old 02-19-2011, 05:37 AM
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Default Charter Fishing Boat in Hawaii

Whipsaw is your best bet when choosing a Charter Fishing Boat in Hawaii with much safety!
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Old 02-19-2011, 06:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Charlesbruno View Post
Whipsaw is your best bet when choosing a Charter Fishing Boat in Hawaii with much safety!
I agree with the safety issue. Have a great trip and hope you hook up nice!!
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Old 03-09-2011, 11:19 PM
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I am on Oahu now. I am staying in Waikiki, but working out of Pearl Harbor. Which is where you will be staying. I have seen lots of tailing Bonefish on the flats. If you bonefish, shoot me a PM, I can give more details. I am talking about 10-20 siting of tailing fish in the 2 hr period each day. What time in April are you coming out? I might be interested in sharing a charter with you.

You should talk to Tony Valdez about the charter. I spoke to him tonight about buying some of his home made trolling lures. He said they caught around 30 Mahi today, some Ono (Wahoo). Last week he was talking I think he caught a few blues. He seems like the real deal, if you can keep him in the boat, and not in the woods hunting pigs...

I can give you his contact info also if you want.
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Old 03-10-2011, 05:18 AM
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#1: Marlin Magic
Captain Jason Holtz or Capt Marlin Parker
43' Allied Marline

#2: Strong Persuader
Captain Shane O'Brien (his father fished with Bart Miller on the famous Black Bart)
43' Meritt

#3: Sea Genie II
Captain Gene Vander Hoek
39' Rybovich

These are some of the best charters in the world, located in Hawaii. Hop over to Kona on a shuttle and go out with any o these guys for an experience of a lifetime!
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Kevin Nakamura on the Northern Lights is another world famour captain and charter choice. Also out of Kona
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Old 03-10-2011, 07:36 PM
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If you are on Ohau then there are a bunch of them in Honolulu off Ala Moana Blvd across from the Ward shops 15 min from Navy Housing (without traffic). Don't reserve anything until you get to Hawaii, shop around because they are relatively cheap.

If you don't mind driving a bit then look for one out on the North Shore or Kailua.
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