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StateLake/River/Res.MonthTimeWater TempH2O Clarity (inches)Lure(s)StructureDepthWeatherAir Temp.Comments
HAWAIIHawallJANUARYAM100'S3snalebonnets1000hot109fun for fishing
HAWAIIlake wilsonJANUARYMid????poppers blow downs  80'si have been catching some nice bass and tucs for a while now average tuc about 4 pounds average bass about 2 pounds
HAWAIILake Wilson (Wahiawa Res.)AUGUSTAll Day80'S36jerk baits, Sluggos, Senkos, spinner baits.shoreline structure0 to 3 feetcloudy/light rain80'sPeacock bass guarding schools of babies. Hard to trick them into biting. Some tukes still spawning. A few peacock schooling and chasing shad.... hit or miss. Red devil are very aggressive. Some small bass.
HAWAIILake WilsonJUNEAll Day80'S36Small White streamer flys and nymphsshoreline (general)1 to 3 feetsunny88Caught well over 100 Red Devils. A few small peacock and largemouth bass to 2 pounds.
HAWAIILake Wilson, HonoluluMAYAll8048chartruse Road Runnersbeds1 to 2 feetpatrly sunny85Peacock bass still on beds. Some very aggressive, others just swim away. Seeing a lot more free swimming fish.
HAWAIILake Wilson HonoluluAPRILTIMEDEGREES F. white, 4" senko and chartruse/white streamer flys.shoreline (general)0 to 2 feetClear to partly cloudy80'sPre-spawn Peacock bass very aggressive. (3 to 5 pound size) Fantastic action.
HAWAIILake Wilson, HawaiiAPRILPM70'S live bait, lures, flysshoreline (general)0 to3 feetsunny80'sSeeing all size peacock bass. Not biting anything. Red Devils are still very aggressive and fun on light tackle.
HAWAIILake Wilson, HawaiiJANUARYPM70'S anything in the boxshoreline (general)0 to 3 feetsunny80'sBig Red Devils are attacking anything in the tackle box. Wild action on light tackle.
HAWAIIStone-dam, kilauea stream, KauaiMARCHPM??40frog colored Skitter pop, frog colored wooden popperbrush (submerged)6 foot brush adjacent to deep waterovercast80'sMainly North side of pond Not biting anything except topwaters. Adjacent to deep water was best.Fished a narrow deep lake that gets shallower as you go upstream from the dam. Best bites were in timber adjecent to deep water. Tried all types of lures. Not a bite on anything except poppers. Caught 3 bass. Lost a few and many missed/short strikes but all from small fish.
HAWAIIStone-dam, kilauea stream, KauaiMARCHPM??40frog colored Skitter pop, frog colored wooden popperbrush (submerged)6 foot brush adjacent to deep waterovercast80'sMainly North side of pond Not biting anything except topwaters. Adjacent to deep water was best.Fished a narrow deep lake that gets shallower as you go upstream from the dam. Best bites were in timber adjecent to deep water. Tried all types of lures. Not a bite on anything except poppers. Caught 3 bass. Lost a few and many missed/short strikes but all from small fish.
HAWAIILake Wilson, HawaiiMARCHMid70'S12Fly Fishing, streamer flys.... yellow/gold, and silvershoreline (general)0 to 2 feetSunny70'sPeacock bass and largemouth bass are geting more active as the water temp. reaches 78 degrees. Peacocks like sun shine and hot water. Lots of action with fish in the one to two pound range. Even some 3 pounders. The big Tukes (peacock bass) in the 6 to 8 pound size are starting to pair up and look for nesting sites. The Red Devils are every where, and starting to get aggressive. That's a good sign the Tukes are also moving. I've seen schools of the big ones, 20 to 25 fish, crusing the shoreline. If the rains would ever stop so the water can clear up, we'll be able to spot the fish and have some really exciting action. You bass fishermen don't worry. peacock bass will hit just about any lure a largemouth will take.
HAWAIILake Wilson, HawaiiMARCHMid70'S12Fly Fishing, streamer flys.... yellow/gold, and silvershoreline (general)0 to 2 feetSunny70'sPeacock bass and largemouth bass are geting more active as the water temp. reaches 78 degrees. Peacocks like sun shine and hot water. Lots of action with fish in the one to two pound range. Even some 3 pounders. The big Tukes (peacock bass) in the 6 to 8 pound size are starting to pair up and look for nesting sites. The Red Devils are every where, and starting to get aggressive. That's a good sign the Tukes are also moving. I've seen schools of the big ones, 20 to 25 fish, crusing the shoreline. If the rains would ever stop so the water can clear up, we'll be able to spot the fish and have some really exciting action. You bass fishermen don't worry. peacock bass will hit just about any lure a largemouth will take.
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