Ka Lae, also known as South Point, is the southernmost point of the Big Island of Hawaii and of the 50 United States. A confluence of ocean currents just offshore makes this spot one of Hawaii's most popular fishing spots. Both red snapper and ulua are plentiful here. Locals fish from the cliffs, some dangling perilously over the edge of steep lava ledges - courtesy of WikiPedia
I was talking to some of the fisherman while we were out there back in 2013 and fishing off the rocky cliffs helps them to provide food for their families and to make a living.
The views are spectacular and the winds are shaping the vegetation and trees in a very unique look. Something that I will post soon.