Haleiwa, HI -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/20/2016 -- Flyer Sportfishing is pleased to announce that there are still plenty of fish in the sea. Despite the colder weather that has assailed the lower 48, Hawaii is still all sunshine and balmy weather. The winter brings big waves to the state, but out on the ocean, the waters are calm and filled with fish. Flyer Sportfishing is one of the best names when it comes to fishing charters in Oahu, Hawaii, and with more fish showing up, they are preparing for a big season.
The striped marlin has appeared and is now in full effect. A local favorite, the striped marlin has been found in certain parts of the world at over three hundred pounds. The striped Marlin typically appears relatively close to the surface and because of their speed provides a great challenge for anglers of all levels.
The fish that Hawaii is famous for, the mahi mahi, is still in abundance out on the surf. The mahi mahi, whose name means "very strong" in Hawaiian, are typically between 30 and 35 pounds. Once hooked, these feisty green fish tend to be fast and acrobatic, making for a fun and challenging catch.
Flyer Sportfishing provides some of the best deep sea fishing in Oahu. The company's experienced captain, Jared Dow, has been providing anglers with memorable and exciting experiences aboardtheFlyer for over a decade. The titular craft has had many recent renovations, and offers interested parties an even better experience aboard the boat that was already considered one of the best in northern Oahu. Anglers of all skill levels are always welcome aboard tFlyer and are encouraged to visit the website at http://www.fishoahu.com/ to learn more and reserve a charter.
About Flyer Sportfishing
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.
For more information, visit http://www.fishoahu.com.