The latest Haleiwa, Oahu, Hawaii Fishing Report...
Wed Mar 4, 2015 8:45:03 PM Haleiwa, Hawaii
We left the harbor at 6am in 15-25 kph trades. On our first pass by the buoy, our center lure came down, and we had a mahimahi online. While we were reeling it in we baited up and hooked another mahimahi and a yellowfin tuna. Winfield and Doug landed them all. We trolled by again, but no strikes, so we cleared the trolling lines and switched to baiting and jigging. We jigged up a half dozen yellowfin, but threw a couple of the small ones back. We took a double mahimahi strike on bait and landed them both. Then we caught three nice sized yellowfin. Two on bait and one jigging. The bites slowed down, so we headed to another buoy. We baited up and hooked and landed a mahimahi. Then we took a double strike and while Winfield and Doug were reeling them in, we hooked another. We landed all three. We jigged up some small yellowfin, but tossed back more than we kept. No bites on the ride home. It was rough seas today, but these men did great. It was fun fishing with you and hope to see you again. Aloha, Scot, Hunter, & Captain Steve
Doug Mohr & Winfield Durham caught 8 mahimahi & 11 yellowfin
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1. When you arrive on the island, give us a contact phone number, where you can be reached.
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Aloha Capt Rusty