MARLIN BILLS
The handcrafted marlin and swordfish bills are replicas of weapons made and
used by Polynesians that can be traced back to the early 1700's. The bills would
be hand polished, wood handles would be attached to the bills (some without).
The bills would then be lashed with snit cord which is coconut fibers woven
together to form a cord. The finished bills would then be used as knifes, spikes,
daggers, and swords. These are real bills shown below that have been caught in
Hawaii, they are not toys they can cause harm and damage if not handle
properly. The wood used for the handles are local types found in Hawaii. Monkey
Pod, Koa, Mango, Cook Pine and Macadam nut. For questions or prices on any
of the bills shown below or have a bill you would like refinished please contact us.
Mahalo
Swordfish Bills
Blue marlin bills
sold
Stripe marlin
sold
sold
sold
Koa wood handle
Koa wood with chicken feathers
Mango wood with shark teeth
Mac nut wood
Koa wood
Mac nut wood
Mango wood
Koa wood with a shark tooth
Deer antler from Lanai
Mac nut  wood
Koa wood
Cook pine wood
Deer antler from Lanai
Koa wood
Mango wood
Deer antler from Lanai
Koa wood
Koa wood
Deer antler from Lanai
2009 Fred Hall Show Display
Mac nut wood with
shark teeth
sold
Curly Koa  with sharks teeth
sold
Cook Pine with shark
teeth
Curly Koa an tiger shark
teeth
Mac nut wood with
tirger shark teeth
Curly Koa with tiger
shark teeth
Sold