Spear fisherwoman Kimi Werner isn't like the other kayakers - she takes the fight directly to the fish. Catching an octopus, however, won't be as easy.
Hunting for Octopus
Boogie-D takes his apprentice Jason Valle to dangerous waters near the Kauai Express, where two powerful underwater currents pull in fish around the island.
Native Hawaiian Rob Wong Yuen has a tradition for the first catch of every season. He eats its heart.
The Fish Heart Tradition
With booby birds in the sky indicating big fish below, Boogie-D decides to head into the ocean without waiting for his partner.
The Boobies Are Out
Rob and Andy are less than pleased when they find Captain Jon Jon approaching their Big Island honey hole.
Captain Jon Jon's Invasion
Kimi breaks her "Ono Curse" by spearing a 35 lb. ono.
Woman Against Beast
Kimi may make spearfishing in Hawaii look easy, but there's plenty of dangers that she faces every single day.
The Dangers of Spearfishing
Captain Jon Jon turns to local Big Island legend Devin Hallingstad to help him find a marlin that's big enough to break Andy's record. Will Devin agree to help?
Fishing in the Land of Giants
Isaac gets two mahi on his poles, but with sharks lurking, will he be able to pull them both in without losing them?
Super Sharky Double Catch
Isaac calls on spearfisherwoman Kimi - who once swam with a great white shark - to be his fishing partner for the day.
Swimming with a Great White Shark
With their tandem kayak, Kevin and Gareth Uyeda have the speed and mobility to go into deeper waters. And deeper waters can mean bigger fish.
The Super Uyeda Brothers
Kevin and Gareth Uyeda catch a monster marlin, weighing in at 150 pounds, from their tandem kayak.
After a shark comes too close to where Kimi and Isaac are fishing, Kimi decides to make an aggressive move to protect their catch.
Get Your Own Dinner
Independent fishermen in Hawaii often go store to store selling their catches. Today, Jon Jon manages to get a pretty good price for his catches.
The Old Man and the Sea
Devin races to make it back to shore with a monster catch that won't fit in his kayak. Could this be the catch that breaks Andy's tuna record?
Racing Against Sharks
Devin catches a 148.5 ahi tuna - the largest of its kind caught from a basic kayak.
Devin's Record Breaking Tuna