As the lower 48 settles into another cold winter, Oahu, Hawaii is experiencing great waves and even greater catches. Every year between November and February thousands flock to Hawaii for great weather and great relaxation. That’s why we at Flyer Sportfishing, already known for the best fishing charters in Oahu, recently updated our craft to make the best even better. From a fish finder to a completely redesigned cockpit, each upgrade means return customers will notice a difference and new customers will remark at such an impressive craft.

The Fish Finder

Using sonar technology, our fish finder can see for hundreds of feet under water. Whether it’s something big, really big or huge, we can see it coming. If you’re an experienced angler, this is a big help, and if you’re new to the waters of Oahu, this is invaluable. We can find hot spots faster and track those big catches even easier. It’s just one more thing that makes our brand of fishing experience even better and capturing your sea monster a reality.

The Layout

From the redesigned cockpit layout to the freshly redone interior, our renovations ensure that everyone on our boat experiences an even more comfortable and exciting trip on the waters. A full-size fighting chair means you can strap in and fight some of the toughest, biggest fish the ocean has to offer. When you win, a tuna door makes sliding in your catch easier than ever.  The bathroom was even redone to offer everyone on our 31-foot, mean fishing machine as memorable an experience as ever.

The Brand New Flyer

While parts of our craft are new, the experience isn’t. An experienced captain, a small but weathered crew and a business that has been around for nearly two decades mean some of the best deep sea fishing in oahu. A voyage on our craft is a truly unique and immersive experience unlike any other. Whether you’re an experienced sport fisher or an amateur angler, Flyer Sportfishing is simply the best choice this, and any season.To learn more about Flyer Sportfishing, and to reserve a charter, visit http://www.fishoahu.com.