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Adjacent to pristine waters off Hawaii are steep underwater cliffs, resulting in some of the world's best deep-sea fishing. For years locals thrived here using nothing more than small, handmade canoes, fishing poles and their hands to catch monster fish. Reinventing this ancient art is a new breed of men and women who risk their lives aboard sea kayaks to land lucrative, 100-plus pound species like marlin and tuna. "Pacific Warriors" follows brave adventurers who bring their own techniques to the craft as they take on rough waters, bloodthirsty predators and one another to reel in their trophies.

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Jon Jon is tested by a monster fish; Isaac gets creative to secure his biggest paycheck; Boogie is caught in a deadly struggle; Kimi revisits her spearfishing roots.
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Isaac goes for 100-pounders with Andy and Rob; Jon Jon puts a hold on his marlin hunt; Devin hooks a monster.
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Adam and Jason set out to reach a 40 Fathom Hook; Isaac teams up with Kimi to hunt Mahi Mahi; the Uyeda brothers hook a massive marlin.
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Jon Jon must impress a local in order to gain access to a secret marlin hunting ground; Isaac braves Oahu's jungles; Adam and Jason battle the unforgiving seas of Kauai; Kimi hunts for an invasive species.
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Tensions flare; Jon Jon treads on Andy and Rob's turf while hunting his marlin; Kimi tries to break a curse; Isaac takes on a new partner.
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Hawaii's kayak fishing season begins; Andy and Rob hunt for a huge tuna; Bookie and Jason battle off-shore currents; Jon Jon wants to catch a marlin; Kimi pursues an octopus.

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