Captain Deneen and Bite Me 6 deliver!
Everyone's smilin ear to ear when they bring in a Big Island catch like this!
Mahi mahi, more mahi mahi, and ono 'bout to be on the special menu!
Yeah, this is how it's done....
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Nothing we like to see more than anglers grinning for the camera and standing next to an impressive catch.
Big Island Sportfishing is fun for the entire family! You've come all this way, create some family memories today that you will all treasure forever.
This great big ono dwarfs our smiling keiki. Everyone is going to be enjoying this wahoo ono this evening.
This is how we do it:
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Just LOOK at this Beauty! (The Angler's pretty cute too..)
Caught this big AHI Kona fishing with Bite Me Sportfishing. Captian Deneen of the Bite Me 6 brought this in this morning. This charter returns later at 3pm today.
We don't have a scale at sea but are guessing this yellowfin tuna weighs about 100 pounds.
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Just like all of our captains, Captain Deneen excels at this!
Captain Deneen on the Bite Me 6 just brought in this feisty Barracuda along with a gorgeous and tasty shortbill spearfish, known as "hebi" when it's on your dinner plate.
Barracudas can be dangerous, so the gloves are ON! Diamond rings and other shiny objects have been known to catch their attention and resemble prey to them.
Shortbilled spearfish are extremely long and our angler had a blast reeling this one in.
Great recipe for Hebi here...
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These happy anglers are showing off the mahi mahi and ono that they caught with Captain Deneen on the Bite Me 6.
Any day is a good day to go Kona fishing on the Big Island of Hawai'i.
These folks are enjoying their fillets as we speak!
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Here's a beautiful ono caught on the Bite Me 2 today with Captain Brian.
Our anglers today are visiting from Montana and from Arizona. It's Lisa's 50th Birthday celebration. She, Kelly, Nicole & Shelly are still out at sea revelling in their awesome catch and looking for more!
Can't wait to fillet this beauty up to be enjoyed by our anglers and more customers at our Bite Me Fish Market Bar & Grill Restaurant!
It's an Ono kinda day...
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Look what the Brad brought in!
Adam & Kaylee Garrett from Enumclaw, WA decided to take a half day charter on the Bite Me 5 with Captain Bradley and were stoked that it paid off!
That's Captain Brad with Kaylee, Adam's taking the picture, and the Ono's bill has one big stopper on it.
Our crew at the Bite Me Fish Market filleted this up and many happy mouths will be enjoying these Ono Grinds.
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What's the Kona Seafood we've been catching lately? Among ono, spearfish and marlin, it's Mahi Mahi!
Below is one of our favourite ways to prepare this pelagic fish. You can either charter your own fishing trip with Bite Me Sportfishing and catch your own, or stop by our Bite Me Fish Market to purchase fillets to prepare on your own at your home, hotel or condo.
Like this.... Or this....
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Recipe for Mahi Mahi (a.k.a) Dorado
The name mahi-mahi means very strong in Hawaiian.
- 1 tablespoon unrefined coconut oil
- 2 fillets of mahi mahi
- 1/3 cup panko crumbs
- salt, pepper, lemon pepper
- lemon or lime wedges
- Heat oil in a large pan over medium high heat.
- Pat the fillets dry with a towel and season both sides with salt, pepper and lemon pepper.
- Add the panko to a large dish. Dredge the fillets in panko on both sides, using a spoon to press it on if need be.
- Add the fillets to the pan, Cook 2 minutes each side, or until crispy and cooked through.
- Squeeze lemon or lime juice to taste on each fillet.
- Garnish with lemon or lime wedges.
Freshest Kona seafood ever is catch you pull right outside of the Harbor. This beauty was brought in by Captain Andy on the Bite Me 3.
The shortbill spearfish, known in Hawai'i as "hebi", is absolutely delicious.
Although spearfish live in many oceans, they are not abundant anywhere, and rarely caught anywhere except Hawaii.
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These lovely ladies just caught three gorgeous Ono with Captain Andy on the Bite Me 3!
(Only pictured in "stereo" since the third ono was filleted pronto for cooking the moment Bite Me 3 returned to Honokohau Harbor.)
"Ono Alley" is right outside our door...
Kona seafood doesn't get fresher than this!