Bass, Smallmouth Bass and Peacock Bass
Fishing in Hawaii.
Bass are one of the most sought after of all the game fish. Its
appeal spans cultures, age groups and genders to tap on the heart
strings of anglers everywhere. Join us in our endeavor to offer
information about bass fishing on your favorite bass lake in the
The islands of Hawaii are dotted with small lakes, ponds and reservoirs
which hold bass, peacock bass and sunfish. See the Hawaii
fishing home page for a list of some of these impoundments.
Perhaps the best of them is Wilson
Lake, aka Wahiawa Reservoir
which holds some very nice peacock bass. You can fish for peacock
bass much the same as largemouths, however a little extra patience
may be required. Work the baits a little slower. Use more finesse
in presentation and cast to the same spot again and again if you
think it holds a peacock.
Bass are aggressive feeders and agile enough to chase down and catch most of their favorite foods. They are most easily caught during a feeding spree but can also be enticed into striking an anglers bait for reasons other than hunger. They are predatory by nature and at times will strike at anything that enters their domain. If it moves and they can get it into their large mouth, bass will attempt to eat it.
The purpose of the page is to provide specific information about
fishing for bass in Hawaii. Find information on basic trends and
seasonal patterns of bass here in the state of Hawaii. Look here
for tips, recommended tackle, techniques and more. We want to help
you make your bass fishing trips in HI more successful.
If you have information, articles or photos relating to bass which
you would like to see published here, please submit them for consideration.
For information regarding bass fishing in other states, see the list of
states to the left
Hawaii fishing information.
HI Bass Fishing & Peacock Bass Fishing
All About Fishing for Bass in Hawaii.