Author: AJ Treu
Oahu September Fishing Report
So let's just say that September was a rough month. With boat problems, storms, no charters, and absolutely no fish I'm happy that we have finally gotten over it.
Ok, fish report time. Fishing has been really slow. Now that summer is over we are going through a change. We'll be starting to see the blue and striped marlins show up, along with the big yellowfins hanging in the porpoise. Trolling slowed down a lot! But, there's a good side to this, our bait fish, "opelu" (the Hawaiian name for round scad) are done spawning. The last couple of weeks we've been catching bait every morning and staying close to the island to catch some great eating fish like Ono (Wahoo), Mahi Mahi (Dolphin Fish), and some smaller yellowfins which can be fun on light tackle. Heading into October fishing will only get better. Like I said above, we'll start to see the marlins and my favorite, the big yellowfins in the porpoise. This is when live bait is very important. This time of year, having good fluorocarbon and monofilament is very important to us. This is why we only use BULLBUSTER. We don't have to cut back as often and that way we can get another bait right back in the water.
Looking Forward To The October Ahi Bite Under Porpoise!
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