Well…it all comes down to this Podcast…Sleeping with the fish!!!

You know what they say about that right? Yep…In the end the Big Fish always gets whats coming to’um!

We go full blast into Fishing in Paradise and dealing with Shore Cast to the Deep Blue Beyond with the big boys…from Mahi Mahi, to Ahi to the Blue Marlin. We promise…we won’t forget the little guys here…there are plenty of them that are a taste above the rest.  so sit back, relax and learn a thing or two about fishing in paradise with Chad Cromer as he takes us through his fishing routine and what you can plan to catch from the Big Fish to the little boys!

7 thoughts on “FISHING in HAWAII

  1. YOU IDIOTS FORGOT TO TURN YOUR MICS OFF DURING THE SONG SO YOU TALKED THROUGH THE ENTIRE FUCKING SONG. GOOD JOB ASSHOLES! Just kidding, but you guys did really leave your mics on. Anyway, good show. Keep it up!

      • Actually I loved the fact that you had your Mics on. I got to be a fly on the wall. Was more interested in that than the song. Too bad there wasn’t anything too juicy said. Oh well . Maybe next time. Lol

  2. Yea that was pretty funny with the mics running during the song. Bruce talking about his inverted “sex” table from Costco. Don’t you guys proof this shit before posting? Anyway great show again, I’m a big time fisherman. So I’d love to head out one morning and rip some lips in Hawaii. Bruce you might want to add a 2 hour fishing trip to your tours. Anyway, Safe travels to you Wayde, while headed back to Boston. Hope it everything works out great and you’re headed back to Hawaii soon.

  3. I was thinking, and drinking…maybe you guys could talk more about what you experienced here on the mainland. As far as travel and exploration in FLA and MA. Bruce, what made you be a travel agent in Hawaii? Did you explore parts of FLA that inspired you? And Wayde, was it just a climate change that drove you to look for more tropical climates? And how was both of your childhoods with vacations, before moving to Hawaii??

  4. Firstly thanks for the fishing show!
    I’m a life-long keen angler and a fews years ago spent a morning fishing with Capt Kevin Nakamaru on “Northern Lights” out of Kona. Can’t speak highly enough about his professionalism and the relaxed manner and the spirit of aloha onboard. A great day out and caught several large ahi (yellowfin tuna).
    Kevin is a very experienced angler and captain who has fished all over the world, he and the deckie were genuinely welcoming and helpful in my first attempt at heavy-tackle game fishing.
    Every Aussie angler I’ve spoken to who has been to Kona speaks highly about all the charter boats there and it truly is champagne game fishing with deep water and big fish so close to the harbour.
    It’s not a budget day by any means but compared to other destinations around the globe it’s good value (for game fishing). If you are any type of angler, a big game charter out of Kona is an easy “add-on” to a Hawaii vacation and it can be a once-in-a-lifetime experience of truly world-class fishing that you will always remember. If you can stretch the budget, in my experience, you won’t regret it,
    I’ve long forgotten the money but cherish the memories and I’ve been trying to get back to do it again ever since I came home!

  5. Hi guys, love the show. I commented once a long time ago and pissed off Wayde so completely that I was afraid to ever post again. Sorry about that! Anyway, I’m reaching my wits’ end here on the mainland and wondering how incredibly stupid it would be to just pack up and move to Oahu without a job lined up. I’m already self-employed so I have government health care, and I have some savings. I know unemployment is low – but would it be possible to get a job quickly that would at least pay basic rent on a 1BR and other bills? I work in video production and drones, no idea how the job market is for that. It seems like a catch-22 in that I’m not considered for jobs because I don’t live there…but I can’t move without any way to pay the bills. I know you’ve had podcasts on this kind of thing before…I’m not sure whether I’m looking for you to talk me into moving or out of moving there. But you guys say you like comments – so here you go! Thanks for all you do with the podcast, I look forward to it every week (or whenever you get around to it).

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