Winds subside and Bonefishing improves
Capt. Chris Asaro
April 21, 2010
Honolulu - Saltwater Fishing Report
After weeks of heavy wind, finally conditions improve enough to get out. Tides were also much better and many tailing bonefish could be found.
The spring push is underway and things will only get better as water continues to warm up. On Tuesday, two fish were hooked on fly but managed to find something sharp on the bottom. Larger bonefish are starting to show up in greater numbers. Stronger tides are the key to getting these beasts to tail and feed more actively.
With summer right around the corner, i can't wait for the weeks of kona winds [light south westerlies] that bring some of the best bonefishing of the year. Expect comfortable conditions with low humidity and highs around 80 degrees.
Honolulu Fishing Forecast:
summer is peak bonefishing around Oahu. weather is surprisingly comfortable with low humidity and cool mornings filled with mountain air!