Getting some pictures of the baby Humback breeching.
Nice Ono. Photo by J.Zemel
While whale watching a shark bit the tail off this Ahi before we could boat it.
This family saw lots of Spinner dolphins, Pilot whales, and caught an Ono for dinner.
Young Pilot whales resting.
Birthday lady (holding dorsal fin) catches an Ono birthday present.
Humpback giving us a close look.
A double hookup of Aku!
A beautiful bull Mahi and Ono caught during a whale watching trip.
Brothers both caught Mahi in celebration of the eldest's 16th birthday!
Humpback whale lunging into a mating pod.
A great fighting Mahi caught by a happy lady.
Caught her first Mahi while Humpback whale watching.
A double pec wave from 4-juvenile Humpbacks buzzing the boat.
Early Season - "Hello, we're back!", from the Humpys.
This Arizona family fought and released a 250 lb. Marlin and had fresh Ono for dinner.
This is a Whale Shark, which is a slow filter feeding shark that is the largest living fish species often growing to 40' or longer. Whale Sharks are usually solitary and rarely seen in groups unless feeding at locations with an abundance of food.
A family whale watching excursion with sightings of pilot whales and dolphins. Caught 2-Ono, and caught & released a 150 lb. Marlin!
Same juvenile Humpy doing mock mating behavior with us... practicing for when he becomes a big boy.
October trip with dolphins, juvenile whale shark, and 30lb Mahi!
A juvenile Humpback makes a close pass while we're stopped.
A curious Pilot whale passes close by.
A 3-ft. squid found on the surface while on a pelagic bird watching excursion.
While stopped, waiting for a mother and baby Humpback to surface in our area, the baby surprised us.
Humpback tail slapping.
His 28 lb. Ahi caught while doing a family whale watch.
Spinner dolphins off the bow.
27 lb. Ahi (Yellowfin tuna) caught while whale watching.
A happy fisherman with his 25 lb. Aku (Skipjack tuna).
Outrigger canoe paddler gets a lift from our wake out of Honokohau Harbor.
Humpback whale coming up astern to visit.
A Juvenile Humpback bubble-blasting us.
Humpback whale mother with baby.
An endangered Hawaiian Monk Seal taking a snooze.
Green Sea Turtles.
Female Pilot Whale.
Spinner Dolphins off our bow.