Haleiwa, HI -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/13/2017 -- As the humpback whale prepares to make its annual journey back to Hawaii for mating season, thousands of whale watchers are expected to make a pilgrimage to Oahu this season to view one of nature's most stunning creatures.
For vacationers, Oahu residents and anglers going deep sea fishing in Hawaii with Flyer Sportfishing, humpback whale season (which lasts from mid-November through March) is one of the best times to appreciate the beauty of nature and to reflect on the significance of the humpback whale to native Hawaiians.
Native Hawaiian lore heavily references the humpback whale, which makes the homecoming season one of great joy and celebration. This lore states that the humpback whale is a visiting ancestral spirit returning from beyond the grave to check up on their living descendants, so the annual return of the humpback is a season marked in tradition and celebration.
Many visitors also make the journey to Hawaii and book charters with Flyer Sportfishing to hear the songs that the humpbacks sing during this season as well. The distinctive, low howl-like sound is theorized by scientists to be a way for whales to communicate during the mating season.
Both new and old whale enthusiasts alike are invited to visit Hawaii this humpback season to listen to the songs that have captivated nature-lovers for decades. Now is an excellent time to visit the beach or book a charter with Flyer Sportfishing to enjoy Hawaii deep sea fishing throughout the humpback mating season.
People interested in learning more about humpback whale season or booking a deep sea fishing adventure are encouraged to call Flyer Sportfishing today at 808-365-2520 for more information or to make a reservation.
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For two decades, Flyer Sportfishing has brought affordable, adventurous sport fishing to the North Shore of Oahu for anglers of all levels. With Flyer Sportfishing, anglers are a part of the action from start to finish, and enjoy a hands-on, interactive experience with a friendly and seasoned crew.
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