6-30 2 Ono and 1 Blue Marlin

Jason and his daughter Mia joined us on the High Noon for a six hour fishing trip. They wanted some fish to take home for dinner so we started out the day fishing for Wahoo’s. Mia reeled in two perfect fish with plenty of meat to feel the whole family for the rest of the trip. With dinner in the bag we headed out to the deep we hooked up to a nice Blue Marlin but it threw the hook. Then we had a nice tuna on for a second. On our way back into the harbor we hooked a big Blue Marlin. Jason jumped in the chair and started the battle of a life time. 

   
    
    
   

6-29 Blue Marlin For Jason

Jason with his two sons Elisha and AJ booked High Noon for a afternoon half day trip. About half way through the trip we hooked up to a big Blue Marlin. Jason got the fighting chair strapped into the rod and began his battle. Thirty minutes later we had the fish on the side of the boat for some amazing pictures then a perfect tag and release. 

   
    
 

6-29 1 Blue Marlin and 1 Ono

Katie and Luke Coffman booked High Noon for a morning half day trip. Katie landed her first Blue Marlin and Luke took care of dinner with his first Ono (Wahoo). In between catching fish we also got to see some pilot whales, a whale shark and a pod of spinner Dolphins. 

   
 

Kona Kick Off Tournament 

This past weekend we were involved in a two day tournament. On our first day we landed a 456.5 pound Blue Marlin, putting us in the lead. On the second day of the tournament Keith Oldman reeled in a nice 300 pound Blue Marlin. We tagged and released it for another 200 points. In the end we finished in third place. It was an fun weekend and a great experience. 

   
         

6-25 Chuck Tags 250 Pound Blue Marlin

Chuck Weatherwax from California booked High Noon for a morning four hour trip. As we were leaving the harbor we just got done explaining how to reel use the tackle and the stinger came down. We were hooked to a little blue marlin for about ten seconds. A fun way to start the morning. Then we didn’t have a bite until the last ten minutes of the trip. Again the stinger came down, and this time we were on. When the fish ate the lure he never showed himself, and went straight down. So automatically we thought it was a tuna. After a thirty minute fight we finally got to see him, and we were wrong, it was a beautiful Blue Marlin. Chuck did an amazing job reeling in a fish of a life time. After missing a lot of fish the past few days it was really nice to finally get one all the way to the boat. Thanks Chuck we hope to see you again some day, and next time the girls can come and join in on the fun.