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Consistent fall fishing off Hawaii brings smiles

October 5, 2021
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Fall in Kona, Hawaii, usually means good fishing and great weather, and this year is no exception. In this episode of Visions of Granders, Capt. Chris Donato goes three-for-four on blue marlin and releases a bonus spearfish for his first group of anglers, then is two-for-two by 10 a.m. for a second group.

He also discusses boat speed and, more importantly, how to determine a good trolling speed aboard your vessel. Finding that sweet spot is key to success on the water especially when lure-fishing for blue marlin.


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