amazing conditions and tailing bonefish
Capt. Chris Asaro
December 20, 2009
Honolulu - Saltwater Fishing Report
Wow, i know many that read this hate me right about now and yes the weather is perfect. Highs near 80 and lows near 60 with water temerature in the upper 70's. Oh, did i mention very light winds? Yes, they don't call this paradise for nothing! Bonefish ativity has been flucuating from 40-50 tailers to 8-9 very large tailing bones per day. It seems the barometer's running the show. During frontal conditions it has been very tough but on the bluebird days inbetween it has been nothing short of outstanding. I must be honest, there are plenty of days you will struggle to get shots at feeding fish anywhere in the world but here in hawaii it has been amazingly consistant, especially the amount of shots at very large bonefish.
Preholiday season is a very slow time for me but i will have much to report for the last week of the year. I wish you all a very Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas and hope to see you paradise!
Honolulu Fishing Forecast:
water temperatures will flucuate with currents from frontal systems and control the activity of the bonefish. The very large fish will be more tolerant to the cool days.
Some pictures would be awesome. Hawaii is on my bucket list. I'd move there if I could afford it.
checkout the photo gallery under capochris