The Coast Guard suspended the search Monday for a missing fisherman off the Big Island.
More than 959 square miles were searched.
The 56-year-old male was fishing from a 10-foot cliff near MacKenzie State Recreation Area Friday evening when sources say he was swept out to sea after either slipping or being washed off by a wave.
Watchstanders at the Sector Honolulu Command Center received notification from the Hawaii County Fire Department Friday at 9:40 p.m. and launched an initial search.
The missing fisherman was wearing black rain gear.
“The suspension of our active search effort is always a difficult decision and is not made lightly,” said Cmdr. Arex Avanni, a search and rescue mission coordinator at Coast Guard Sector Honolulu. “Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family, friends and loved ones.”