Deep Sea Fishing in Hawaii: Hawaiian Fish Species
Apr10

Deep Sea Fishing in Hawaii: Hawaiian Fish Species

This chart shows the different times of year that you can expect to catch some of the species of fish in Hawaii.  Note that it is not a complete list and some species are still missing (such as the Albacore Tuna, Skipjack Tuna and the Swordfish) Fish such as the Wahoo, Yellowfin Tuna and Barracuda are available to catch 365 days of the year and will offer good entertainment on the right tackle. The Wahoo is locally known as...

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Largemouth Bass Facts
Apr07

Largemouth Bass Facts

Largemouth Bass Fly Fishing can be extremely rewarding. Whether you are just getting into fly fishing or if you are already a seasoned trout or other species fly fisherman you will definitely enjoy yourself fishing for this hard fighting species. Below are some Largemouth bass fishing facts. Largemouth Bass Fact 1: use flies One of the best ways to catch Largemouth is with flies. In both lakes and ponds the Largemouth feed on a...

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Peacock Bass Fishing In Hawaii
Feb18

Peacock Bass Fishing In Hawaii

Wahiawa in central Oahu is the place to go peacock bass fishing. The Wahiawa Reservoir, also known as Lake Wilson is popular with fishermen of all ages and skill levels. Lake Wilson has a surface area of around 350 acres, a shoreline of around 20 miles and a maximum capacity of approximately 3 billion gallons. Lake Wilson has a wealth of good fishing, having been stocked with over 17 species of fish, including peacock bass. It’s open...

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Kauai Waterfalls
Feb18

Kauai Waterfalls

No trip to Hawaii is complete without a visit to the gloriously lush island of Kauai. Called the Garden Island, Kauai has some of the most breathtaking scenery, rich, verdant vegetation and a wealth of waterfalls. Waipoo Falls This is a spectacular 800ft waterfall that cascades down the Waimea Canyon. Drive up along Highway 550 to the museum and park, stopping along the way at designated lookout points to view the falls and take...

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