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Local TV fishing icon Hari Kojima dies

  • KEN SAKAMOTO / STAR-ADVERTISER / 1988
    Hari Kojima on his new program at KHON2 in June of 1988.
  • COURTESY KEN KOJIMA
    Hari Kojima.
  • ALEXIS HIGDON / STAR-ADVERTISER / 1979
    Hari Kojima with an uku or gray snapper in October 1979.
  • BETTY SHIMABUKURO / STAR-ADVERTISER / 2004
    Hari Kojima is inducted into the Culinary Hall of Fame at Leeward Community College's Taste of the Stars benefit in 2004.
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Local television fishing icon Hari Kojima died this morning, family members confirmed. He was 66.

For many years, Kojima was a co-host for the long-running, locally produced "Let’s Go Fishing."

He began his career as a fish cutter at Tamashiro Market.

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