5 Species To Aim For When Fishing in Hawaii
Posted on October 04 2017
Bonefish: Found in the flats and grassy beds, these sought-after fish typically weigh 6 pounds.
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Marlin: Arguably the most highly regarded sportfish, the marlin has three species you should look out for: blue, black, and striped.
Yellowfin Tuna: These fish travel in large schools and are known to put up a big fight as they can grow up to 400 pounds.
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Wahoo: Typically fished via trolling methods, the white and grey fish can be as big as 150 pounds.
Mahi Mahi: Also known as dolphin fish, these fish weight up to 29 pounds and are some of the best tasting fish in Hawaii.
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In only these few subjects you can see the diversity and natural beauty of Hawaii's fish community. Even more lie beneath its water.