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Hawaiian Canoe Fishing-Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary

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Young Ka'ala participates in traditional Hawaiian Canoe Fishing in the Hawaiian Island Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary.

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  • Comment Link Elizabeth Kumabe Monday, 19 August 2013 21:34 posted by Elizabeth Kumabe

    Aloha Kaʻala---What a wonderful skill to share with the rest of us! You look like youʻre ready to pull in the big one.

  • Comment Link Anita Tacderas Saturday, 17 August 2013 20:17 posted by Anita Tacderas

    Hana Hou Ka'ala ! Ho'omaika'i'ana on sharing with us what you have learned and your wonderful skills. :)

  • Comment Link Linnea Heu Friday, 16 August 2013 20:52 posted by Linnea Heu

    Mahalo Ka'ala.

  • Comment Link Kosta Stamoulis Friday, 16 August 2013 20:07 posted by Kosta Stamoulis

    Look at that strong grip! Fish beware!

  • Comment Link Lynn Friday, 16 August 2013 18:47 posted by Lynn

    Traditions of the past being kept today!

  • Comment Link Daniel Akaka Friday, 16 August 2013 10:29 posted by Daniel Akaka

    Aloha e Kaʻala,

    E hoʻomau i ka hana lawaiʻa.
    He mea maikaʻi!

  • Comment Link Jason Philibotte Thursday, 15 August 2013 23:20 posted by Jason Philibotte

    Nice job Ka'ala! Hope you use your new found pono fishing skills to catch lots of fish.

  • Comment Link Piikea Souza Thursday, 15 August 2013 23:04 posted by Piikea Souza

    Thank you, Ka`ala, for sharing with all of us what you are learning.

  • Comment Link Jim Coon Thursday, 15 August 2013 22:15 posted by Jim Coon

    How wonderful to learn to fish with a hand line from a traditional Hawaiian Canoe as your ancestors have done. This is both a pleasure and a valuable skill that will give you nourishment both physically and spiritually for your entire life. Maika'i Ka'ala

  • Comment Link Walterbea Aldeguer Thursday, 15 August 2013 18:55 posted by Walterbea Aldeguer

    Maika`i Ka`ala. Now that you've learned to fish you and your `ohana can eat fish for a lifetime. Awesome!

  • Comment Link Mike Donoho Thursday, 15 August 2013 18:22 posted by Mike Donoho

    Mai`ka`i no, Ka`ala!

  • Comment Link Erin Crouch Thursday, 15 August 2013 18:09 posted by Erin Crouch

    Hand-line fishing and tying on her own hook, good job Ka'ala!

  • Comment Link Chad Wiggins Thursday, 15 August 2013 17:46 posted by Chad Wiggins

    Mahalo for learning this tradition and showing us how it's done.

  • Comment Link ricardo zanre Thursday, 15 August 2013 17:39 posted by ricardo zanre

    That is a sure grip you have on that line Ka'ala! Mahalo for fishing pono.

  • Comment Link Ryan Watanabe Wednesday, 14 August 2013 06:51 posted by Ryan Watanabe

    Way to go Ka'ala!!

  • Comment Link Maile Luuwai Wednesday, 14 August 2013 05:33 posted by Maile Luuwai

    Aloha Ka'ala~I hope life blesses you plenty of fish!

  • Comment Link Simon Seisho Tajiri Wednesday, 14 August 2013 00:16 posted by Simon Seisho Tajiri

    Thank you for setting such a good example, Ka'ala! Mahalo:)

  • Comment Link Sol Kahoohalahala Tuesday, 13 August 2013 23:53 posted by Sol Kahoohalahala

    Maikaʻi Kaʻala for being a "pono" fisher in the traditions of your Hawaiian heritage. E holomua!

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