It’s winter in Hawaii, and yes, Hawaii does get a winter, just not a freezing, snowy winter like the mainland is getting right now. We’ve had some windy and rainy days, but also some nice fishing days as well. We’ve been seeing some nice sized Mahimahi brought in as well as Striped Marlin, Spearfish and Tuna (Ahi and Aku). We’ve also had some nice Blue Marlin reported, with the Magic reporting a 380lb in early February. So there are some nice fish out there, just have to find a nice weather day to go get them. We should be seeing even more Mahimahi in the next few weeks as we get into March, which is prime Mahi season.
On Kauai, Tom the fresh water bass guide has been catching some good sized small mouth bass. Peacock’s are not biting yet, but he is getting other species.
It’s still a lot nicer and warmer in Hawaii than on the mainland, so it’s a great time to take a trip to Hawaii to fish!