Biggest fish in Kona Hawaii so far for 2020

High Noon with the Largest Marlin so far for 2020

What a fantastic start to 2020 for us at High Noon here in Kailua Kona!

We currently have the largest blue marlin weighed so far for 2020 and we are only 10 days into the New Year! Will you be the next person to get a shot at your dream fish???

The weather is still absolutely beautiful here on the Kona coast as it usually for 365 days a year allowing us to access our beautiful calm waters.

The Ahi tuna have started to show up and team High Noon is excited to get out and start using our green stick… stay tuned for more info on that!

These next few months coming up are typically our “Big Fish” months… reports of big fish are coming in on a daily basis and as you can see its true!

For your chance to get your shot at a fish of a lifetime be sure  and book soon! We are booking fast and only have limited days available!

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Brendton’s from Connecticut catch Mahi and Ono.

Alan and his wife Gina from Connecticut booked HighNoon for full day in search for Ono and Mahi. We started out the first half of the trip for Ono. We went one for five. After the tide change we went out to the deep to see if we might be able to run something over. Just our luck, we hooked up to a nice Mahi Mahi. Great day on the water thanks Alan and Gina.

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519 lb Blue Marlin on half day.

Sybil and Brian from California decided to go fishing while they visited Hawaii. They looked around for a boat and decided to go with HighNoon for a half day fishing adventure. First thing Sybil said when she stepped on the boat was “I want to catch a marlin”. We told her that was sort of our specialty and that we were going to do everything we could to get her that fish. 20 minutes out of the harbor out stinger rod comes down but doesn’t do much. Not sure what was on we reeled it in to see that it was a small spearfish. Woohoo for a clean release. We set back up and about thirty minutes later the long rigger comes flying out, and we were on again. Brian slides in the chair and starts reeling. Within minutes we have a beautiful Mahi Mahi (dorado) on the boat and in the fish bag. If that wasn’t enough, with less than twenty minutes left, we hooked up to a 519.5lb Blue Marlin. It was a team effort between Sybil and Brian but we eventually got it to the boat. What a great crazy day.

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Muff and bachelor crew release Blue Marlin.

Muff and his wedding party from Finland booked HighNoon for a half day charter their first day on the island. It was dark when they flew in last night, so the first sight of the island was a beautiful view from the ocean. The guys we excited to catch something big so we headed out to one of our lucky spots in search for a blue marlin. With fishing conditions not looking so good we headed to our final honey hole to see if anyone was home. Sure enough a 150lb blue marlin came knocking when the stinger bait came crashing down. Quick efforts of the crew to get the fish, we had to the boat in about 5 minutes. Good way to start a Hawaiian vacation and a marriage.

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Family lands Mahi Mahi

Spencer and family booked HighNoon for a half day charter. The marlin bite had been a little slow so we started off fishing for Wahoo (Ono). We then got a call from a friend about a floater. We brought in the lures and ran over to where it was. With some light tackle we caught some bait fish and we successfully hooked a Dorado (Mahi Mahi).

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