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common big fishes at deep sea fishing in oahu hawaii

Common Big Fishes at Deep Sea Fishing in Oahu, Hawaii

http://whipsawsportfishing.com/fish-information/

pacific blue marlin

Pacific Blue Marlin

The Pacific Blue Marlin is the grand prize for many offshore anglers. Its great size and tremendous fight when hooked are a challenge to the most accomplished angler.

http://whipsawsportfishing.com/fish-information/

striped marlin

Striped Marlin

The Striped Marlin is a much more common catch in the Pacific and Indian Oceans, but is occasionally cought off the East Coast.

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black marlin

Black Marlin

Black Marlin are rare in Hawaiian waters. Only half a dozen or so are caught throughout the state each year. It is thought that Black Marlin in Hawaii may have accidentally strayed away from their “home” in Australia by following a school of bait. Not much is known about the breeding or feeding habits of Black Marlin in Hawaii, and all of the Blacks landed are incidental catches while trolling or baiting for Blues.

http://whipsawsportfishing.com/fish-information/

pacific sailfish

Pacific Sailfish

This beautiful species is very rare in Hawaiian waters, but occasionally caught. Once hooked, the angler is likely to experience many thrilling jumps by the fish as it tries to escape its fate. The enormous dorsal fin makes the Sailfish easy to identify at any size.

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yellowfin tuna ahi

Yellowfin Tuna (Ahi)

The Yellowfin Tuna is a highly sought after gamefish as a result of its excellent tasting meat and sporting battle it gives on rod and reel. Yellowfin can be distinguished by their farily long pectoral fin, brilliant yellow finlets, and longer than average second dorsal and anal fins. If you get one of these on your line, be prepaired for a war!

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bigeye tuna

Bigeye Tuna

The Bigeye is typically smaller than the Yellowfin and has a much bigger eye. Bigeye Tuna are seldom targeted in Hawaiian waters because Marlin, Yellowfin and other species are so readily available. They are often caught by accident with the Yellowfin Tuna. In fact, many anglers catch and eat them as though they had caught a Yellowfin and never know the difference.

http://whipsawsportfishing.com/fish-information/

skipjack tuna aku

Skipjack Tuna (Aku)

Known in Hawaii as Otado’s when they exceed 20 pounds, many anglers target Aku for their multi-hookup action-packed activity which makes for a fun time regardless of whatever else is caught on a trip.

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dolphin mahi mahi

Dolphin (MahiMahi)

It is smaller a fish, with a distinctive hump on its head, more colorful and very plentiful. It is also most closely associated with Hawaiian cuisine because its taste blends so well with some of the native fruits. Today it is cheaper and fresher locally. Mahi is pink, has a mildly sweet flesh which turns white when cooked and is delishious!

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wahoo ono

Wahoo (Ono)

Wahoo have a long slender body, with a tube-like slender mouth. They have narrow, light-colored vertical stripes on their blue-grey backs, with a silver belly. While Wahoo are in the mackerel family, they are not a schooling fish. Wahoo grow upwards of 75 lbs., and are an offshore gamefish generally caught by trolling artificial lures.

http://whipsawsportfishing.com/fish-information/