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Fishermen return to Diamond Head waters

By Star-Advertiser staff and the Associated Press

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LAST UPDATED: 10:51 p.m. HST, Jan 01, 2012


 

Fishermen spent New Year's Day returning to the waters between the Waikiki War Memorial Natatorium to the Diamond Head Lighthouse.

The area is open again for fishing until December 31.

The state allows fishing in even-numbered years and prohibits it in odd-years to allow fish stocks to replenish.

The Waikiki-Diamond Head Shoreline Fisheries Management Area has been closed to fishing every other year since the late 1980s. 

The Department of Land and Natural Resources says fishermen may use poles, throw nets and their hands to catch fish in the area. Spearfishing is allowed only during daylight hours.

Fishing still isn't allowed in the Waikiki Marine Life Conservation District, which is between the Natatorium and the Kapahulu sea wall.







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Rickyboy wrote:
Times have changed. Still can remember how my dad used to take me fishing on Waikiki beach in front of Duke's statue and the groin area. We would try to catch anything to eat. Parking was never a problem. That was over half a century ago!. Now I avoid Waikiki. Ah progress.
on January 2,2012 | 09:20AM
4r3A1 wrote:
haha. I remember those days, except we used to go to Ala Moana...swam to the reef and caught opupalo...swam back to shore, showered and changed our clothes right out in the open...lol Yep. Miss those days
on January 2,2012 | 11:05AM
PaloloValley wrote:
... and picking night shell, cowry shells and opipi along that stretch.
on January 2,2012 | 03:49PM
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