Just wanted to blog a quick shout out here for those who take the time to read our blog. My goal is to keep you informed and give you always the inside scoop/feel for who we are as a company an what we are doing out here on Kauai. I would like to ad that if you ever do come out with us and it is less than you expected please call us. We are always into feedback whether positive or negative. This will help us to grow aka growing pains are real in many facets of life, business included.
With all that being said ‘HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON” to you all. I could never understand why so many visitors flock to Kauai for Christmas time. My personal opinion, I always want to be in my home with my children & family , cooking in my kitchen! But I guess being in paradise sounds inviting as well.
Okay, so lets talk fishing, yup fishing! It has been busy to say the least. If I could just get these guys to send me daily pics it’d be amazing for this blog. They are busy being fisherman I suppose. This job isn’t for the faint at heart. It is early mornings and long days on the water doing what they do. During the Winter season we have weather which can take us down for a few days at a time or weeks. That can happen any time of the year though in the tropics. Deep sea fishing is a beautiful occupation but hard on the body. I guess you can look at it as sport fishing is like any sport. You have to practice daily to get those wins and keep them stats looking good!
We are catching yellow fin tuna, skip jack tunas, mahi mahi, and ono. Have yet to slay a stripey (striped marlin) but it will definitely happen. We keep receiving those five star reviews and our customers which I like to refer to as our guests are happy 99.9% of the time.
We have knowledgeable Captains and crewmen who are always happy to be of service doing what they love to do, fish. If you the potential guest have any questions, most can be answered here on our website. Otherwise call us, we are happy to answer any and all questions or concerns you may have.
From our Ohana to yours Mele Kalikimaka & a happy holiday season,