The latest Haleiwa, Oahu, Hawaii Fishing Report...
Tue Jun 30, 2015 12:20:41 AM Haleiwa, Hawaii
We left the harbor right at 5am in 5-15 kph trades. We headed out, spotted some fish, and baited up. We took a double strike but only one stuck. Kristi jumped in the chair and landed a 35 pound mahimahi. Nice start to the day! We ran more baits and hooked another mahimahi. Brittany hopped in the chair and landed it like a pro. A little while later we took a double ono strike and landed them both. We kept baiting and hooked two more mahimahi, one after another, and landed them both. Alright! We took another ono strike, reeled him all the way to the boat, then he spit out the hook, flipped us off, and swam away. We kept baiting and hooked another ono, and landed this one. Somewhere in the middle of all the action, we also landed a kawa kawa (wavy back skipjack tuna). We missed a few bites today, but overall it was a fantastic day and everone got to reel in a nice fish. Lori caught the biggest ono of the day, weighing 27 pounds, and Kristi caught the biggest mahimahi at 35 pounds. Great fishing everyone! Hope to see you all again. Aloha, Scot & Captain Steve
Lori Broering, Kristi Broering, Dwight Boering, & Brittany Broering caught 4 mahimahi, 3 ono, & 1 kawa kawa
A Note To Our Valued Customers
Communication is vital to the success of your big game fishing charter.
Two things you need to do:
1. When you arrive on the island, give us a contact phone number, where you can be reached.
2. Contact us the afternoon before your scheduled charter.
We start preparing the boat for your charter the prior evening. The morning of your charter,
we start getting the boat ready at 3:00 AM. It would be nice to know if you will be showing up. If you don't
call, we won't prepare the boat since this involves perishables.
We constantly track the weather. It is crucial to keep informed of the forecasted conditions
and other possible changes that can come up. Call us the day before to make sure the ocean conditions
are favorable and we are all set to go.
We need to set a starting time so we know when to expect you at the dock. In addition,
I need to be sure no bananas are smuggled aboard.
We want to show you the best Hawaii deep sea fishing has to offer. A little communication
goes a long ways to making things run well.
Aloha Capt Rusty