The 2013 Makahiki Pro Champ Talks

2013 Makahiki Pro champ Chris Paglinawan doesn't always catch large fish. He does something better in his estimation, grind away, always catching something.

2013 Makahiki Pro champ Chris Paglinawan doesn’t always catch large fish. He does something better for Makahiki scoring, grind away, always catching something.

By Paul Lebowitz
Photos by Aaron Schmidt

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In 2013, after chasing Andy Cho for five years, Chris Paglinawan broke through. The champ took a break from catching fish just long enough to share some of his thoughts about kayak fishing in Hawaii in this episode of Caught on Film.


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