I started to watch a new series on The Discovery Channel called Pacific Warriors.
This is a very interesting "reality" show.
Basically, it is about fishing from kayaks in Hawaii and the trials and tribulations of a champion spearfishing woman.
As a fisherman and admitted Hawaii junkie, I have found it to be very interesting and entertaining.
This is fishing NOT for the faint-hearted.
The kayakers often go far off-shore.
Unfortunately, this is the domain of sharks and dangerous seas.
I love to fish and like the idea of trying earn some $$$ at the same time, but I would NEVER try to fish from a kayak in Hawaii....NO FRICKIN' WAY (swine don't do sharks).
The goal is to catch large and high-priced fish to sell at a profit and/or to feed themselves and families (the woman is only after food for the table).
Marlin, sailfish, tuna, mahi-mahi, etc. are their targets.
No doubt it is because they can't afford an actual boat.
Having been to the islands many times, I have noticed very few docks are available (which would probably make the moorage fees eye-popping).
Also, fuel is very expensive.
With a kayak all of that goes away...
Throw the thing on top of your vehicle and head to a beach to launch.
Here are some trailers: