Douglas Dalton from Miles City MT brought his family along for a full day charter on High Noon Sportfishing charters. The seas were pretty rough but we still went to work and grabbed live bait and worked the porpoise school for Ahi’s with no luck.The Capt decided to troll some lures on one of his favorite runs when we hooked up with one very angry blue marlin! This fish went crazy,and put on a very intense show for everyone and Douglas fought it till the very end.The fish was landed and Douglas decided to mount this amazing fish to immortalize this amazing battle in ten foot seas.Another one in the books for High Noon Sportfishing.
Tory and Lora Volden from Chugiak AK chartered High Noon Sportfishing for a half day.We missed a big female blue marlin the previous day so we knew there were some big fish around.During our morning run down the long rigger came crashing down and line started screaming off the reel! After a 40 minute battle we took the big 350-400 lb blue marlin in reverse on wire and released her.Another great day in the books for High Noon Sportfishing.
Chris Murtha and his family booked a 3/4 day with High Noon Sportfishing with the intentions of getting a big fish.After getting some live bait we decided to try our luck in the porpoise school.We dropped out first bait and immediately hooked up! Chris fought the fish for a hour before he landed the massive 110 pound yellow fin tuna! Mahalo to the Murtha family from Manorville NY for choosing The High Noon.
Ty Foreman and Lynda Dyck from Alberta Canada came out on a half day charter with High Noon Sport fishing to try their luck. They had been scheduled to fish the day before, however we called them to postpone their fishing adventure by one day because of unusually strong winds. That turned out to be a winning decision.
About 45 minutes into the trip the long rigger came down and line came screaming off the big 130 reel. By the way the fish was behaving on the massive run we knew right away that this was a big fish! Ty jumped into the fighting chair and fought the fish for 45 minutes. He finally got her to the surface and she was a massive fish.To be more precise,she was the biggest fish caught this year in Kona at a heavy 642 pounds! It just goes to show you when fishing in kona you never know what will happen.Great job Ty Foreman on your trophy blue marlin and thanks for choosing High Noon Fishing charters.