Not too long ago, my good friend from Hawaii, Burt Moritz, e-mailed me some pictures of the ono that they had been catching. As I waited for the images to download, I wondered what new, exotic fish species I was about to see. Instead, I found some very nice wahoo. No matter what you call wahoo, to say that they are special fish is an understatement. These fast-growing brutes command respect from all who seek them, for not only are they the truest of sports in battle, but their flesh is of the most remarkable quality as table fare. They are found in the tropical and subtropical blue waters of both the Atlantic and Pacific and are caught year-round May through October, the peak season in most places.