Fishing Report for August 16 2019

High Noon Fishing Report 8-16-19

High Noon went 1-2 on spear fish and caught a massive Otaru tuna for our guest visiting from Pennsylvania,  Jim and Tina Little.

Reports from the fleet show the blue marlin are still around.

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Pelagic High Noon

Pelagic High noon

Spear Fish High Noon

August 8th 2019 Report

Another Blue for High Noon

Another day in Paradise and another first time blue for our guests Chris Greiman and his son.

Shortly leaving the harbor we hooked up to a beautiful 200 lb blue marlin, Chris did an amazing job as a first time angler bringing in the fish with in 30 minutes where it was released to fight another day.  .

Blue Marlin

Blue Marlin

Blue Marlin

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First Week of August

First Week Of August

What a great start to August for the High Noon.

The first week of fishing on the High Noon has produced several blue marlin and a double hook up of striped marlin. Even with Hawaii having two weather systems coming through,  the waters off of Kona have been very fishable. We started the week off a little slow but the last 2 trips have been amazing with our last 2 charters landing their dream fish!

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Blue Marlin

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Double Striped Marlin in Kona

Took Jason and his boys out fishing for a graduation present.  High Noon had a blast today as we missed a blue 5 mins into leaving the harbor just after getting lines into the water.  But later managed to land two striped Marlin as we had a double hook up for our mates from No Cal! Happy Graduation brother!

Striped Marlin in Kona

Bill is back and brought his Son

Bill fished with us in March and on this trip brought his son Will out to show him a good time!  His target has always been marlin so we have it a shot! It wasn’t more than 30 min before Will was in hot hot seat and line was screaming! It was a very difficult 20 min fight but he landed his beast! Fish is estimated at 200 lbs and Will was so pleased with his catch he took measurements to accurately mount his fish!  Always nice to see Bill and glad he brought his son out for one heck of an adventure .

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