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Our new adventure beings

Today

We want to give you a choice.  You can choose to buy direct from local fishermen.  Our specialty service is fishing in Hawaii.  We sell fresh fish products for your families, friends, and neighbors.

Our way has been the local way among family and friends, and neighbors.

Someone has a neighbor, a friend, a father who goes fishing.   The local fishermen knew:   #1 how many people wanted, #2 how big their families were, #3 the local chefs would be pay first to get it delivered.

So, that is how it works.

Your order begins a story of a fishing trip. We need at minimum ten (10) pre-orders to start.  When online orders come in, then we go fishing. We catch and head home.  

Our promise to you. We will try our best to fulfill orders every week. You will receive fishermen's news from someone on the boat.

Then, we will cut fish live on Instagram @ahi_assassins.

At last, your order status updates with pickup instructions.  

Mahalo! Tag us on your posts.  

Our Mission

Next Day Overnight Air

We use a Pre-Order system to efficiently utilize fish, prevent over fishing & eliminate waste.
You pre-order online.  After ten (10) orders, we will go fishing.

After your fish is caught, we cut your fish and package it.

Next day, you receive your fresh fish order.

Origin

Why it started

Air Ahi Hawaii was created in efforts to find a balance of Sustainable Source, Selection & Safe distribution of Local Hawaii Seafoods.  Uniting Local Hawaii Fishers, Fish Mongers, Chefs & Poke Mixologists to connect consumers directly to Local Fisheries.

Ahi Assassins Approved.

Slay’d, Weighed, Filetted

Made In Hawaii Nei

Ahi Assassins closing doors Sunday

COVID-19 has claimed yet another local small business in Hawaii. Ahi Assassins will serve its last poke bowl (for now) on June 14th. Thursday, June 11th 2020, 10:36 PM HST by TJ Horgan

Ahi Assassins Returns from Pandemic-Related Hiatus

Ahi Assassins' brick-and-mortar poke shop in Mo'ili'ili closed in June 2020 due to pandemic-related economic hardships. Now, they're back in a new way, but still sticking to their roots. Wednesday, June 16th 2021, 10:29 PM HST by TJ Horgan

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