March Report for Kona, Hawaii
The Kona Blue Marlin fishing seems to be improving as tuna bait schools are now making their spring appearance off the Kona Coast. Traditionally, March brings some of our biggest blue marlin of the year. Last year the largest of the year was caught on March 11th....1012 lbs. Also, springtime brings great tasting Wahoo to the inside ledges. This time of year I usually start with a quick Wahoo run on the rocky point in front of the harbor. If we spend and hour or so, we should catch a few of these speedsters. Then we can troll lures or try for live bait for Blue Marlin and other big game fish. The last few days we have caught some striped Marlin along with Mahi Mahi. The Wahoo are just beginning to hit...and should be at their peak in a few weeks. We are happy to filet up one of these great tasting fish for you.
Call Capt Dee Bradford directly and find out more about the fishing here in Kona.
About The Author: Captain Dee Bradford
Company: HighNoon Charters, Inc.
Area Reporting: Kona, Hawaii
Bio: Captain Dee Bradford is the owner and operator of the successful Kona charter boat, HighNoon. Capt. Dee enjoys showing first time anglers as well as the more experienced anglers the unique fishing techniques used here in Kona. "Fishing Kona Hawaii is something special and I will endeavor to make it one of your most treasured memories." HighNoon is one of the best values in Kona charter fishing.