When you’re deep sea fishing near Hawaii for a living, you learn a lot of interesting facts about fish. Among other things, these facts help up figure out their behavior and habits. Here’s one of the weirdest fish facts you’ll ever know. Some fish are warm-blooded. We learn in school that mammals are warm-blooded while… Continue reading Why are Tuna Warm-Blooded?
If you’re deep sea fishing off Hawaii’s coast, you don’t need a fishing license for recreational fishing. You will if you intend to do any freshwater fishing inland. Out here, the vessels are the ones often registered for certain fishing permits. This is a more efficient way to do things because our popular tourism means… Continue reading Do You Need a Fishing License to Fish in Hawaii?
They say a bad day of fishing is better than a good day of working – or doing just about anything else. When it comes to Kona, the adage has never been more true. Located on the Big Island, this slice of paradise is an angler’s dream. Need more than white sandy beaches and nearly… Continue reading 5 Reasons to Choose Kona for Your Next Fishing Adventure
Fishing is one of the most effective stress-relievers around. You can sink your cares along with your lures, and it doesn’t even matter whether or not you reel in a fish. Leisure at its finest. Or, fishing can be one of the most exhilarating experiences of your life. Your choice. If you want to cast… Continue reading Up for a Challenge? Blue Marlin Deliver
If you’re on the Big Island, you can’t miss Kona’s nightlife: restaurants, sunset cruises, bars, clubs … it’s paradise for night owls. But there’s something that may be even more a-LURE-ing. Night fishing. Climb aboard the Sea Strike and get the experience of a lifetime at nighttime. Night fishing offers a host of benefits, including:… Continue reading Why Should You Try Night Fishing?
If you’re looking to burn a few calories (to make room for a delicious seafood dinner – or some cold brews), work your muscles, and feel a good burn of accomplishment at the end of the day, the Sea Strike can deliver. If “relaxing” means getting a great workout – and a great fish –… Continue reading Looking for a Workout? We’ve Got the Fish for You
Night fishing in Hawaii: there’s nothing like it. The open ocean can be an awe inspiring place, particularly at night. The ocean feels both dangerous and serene at night, inky black yet quiet and peaceful. That is, until you hook a tuna or swordfish and start battling a creature you can barely see. Broadbill swordfish… Continue reading Night Fishing Off the Coast of Hawaii
Going deep sea fishing is about what you catch, absolutely. Yet it’s about more than that. You can see a lot of other wildlife when you’re out deep sea fishing in Hawaii. There are regular sightings of whales and other amazing sea life. The fish are plentiful, and there are a few extra things we’ll… Continue reading There’s More than Fish on a Hawaii Deep Sea Fishing Adventure
The blue marlin is one of the most coveted fishing pursuits in the world. What’s the premier destination for blue marlin? Kona, of course – where more blue marlin weighing more than 1,000 pounds have been recorded than anywhere else. Our boat, the Sea Strike, even holds the 50-lb record for a 1,166 pound blue… Continue reading Blue Marlin Near Hawaii Grow Big
What is an opah? You may not have heard of this fish, even by its others names such as moonfish and sunfish. It’s an unbelievable looking fish, often just about as tall as it is long. It’s not very wide, though – it’s compressed almost like a disc. A Bright, Weird Oddity Opah in Hawaii… Continue reading A Unique Fishing Find: The Phantom of the Opah