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More Oahu, Hawaii Fishing Reports...

2015 :  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13  
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 Wed Dec 2, 2015   7:56:22 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Martha, Chris, Ben, Brian, Vanessa, & Lisa caught 18 mahimahi
It was another rough day of 15-25 kph trades.  We headed out, found a small net, and started catching a couple mahimahi on each pass.  We had a few triple hookups, and lots of doubles.  It kept us busy, catching a total of 18.  Ben caught the biggest mahimahi of the day, weighing in at 35 pounds.  Great angling everyone!  No bites on the troll home, but another successful day on the Kuuloa Kai.  Hope to see you again.  Aloha, Scot, Hunter, & Captain Steve.


 Tue Dec 1, 2015   6:53:14 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Will Defilippis, Captain Steve, Mat Mueller, Ross Defilippis, & Steve Mueller caught 18 mahimahi
We left the harbor in 15-25 kph trades and headed straight out.  We found some birds and an open school of mahimahi, and caught a couple 10 pounders.  A little later we took a triple strike and landed 3 nice sized mahi, 20-30 pounds.  Not much later we hooked a big mahimahi. Mat took the chair and landed a 38 pounder, breaking the current 2015 boat record by 1.5 pounds.  Alright!  We were headed in when we came across a floating pallet and caught a dozen more mahimahi.  These men reeled them in like pros.  We preceded home, a happy crew.  Then we saw a pod of whales right outside the harbor.  What a day!  It was a pleasure fishing with you and hope to see you again.  Aloha, Scot, Hunter, & Captain Steve.


 Sun Nov 22, 2015   9:00:32 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Doug Hesley, Tena Parker, Phil Hesley, & Carole Hesley caught 1 mahimahi
We left the harbor on a beautiful day in 5-15 kph trades.  We headed out looking for a marlin.  We faded down to the point and ran some baits.  Half hour later, our outrigger took a hit and we had a mahimahi jumping.  Phil took the chair and reeled in a 29 pounder.  Alright!  It was a short day, and time to head in.  No bites on the way to the harbor.  We only caught one fish today, but it was a nice one.  It was a pleasure fishing with you and look forward to seeing you again.  Aloha, Scot, Hunter, & Captain Steve


 Thu Nov 19, 2015   8:28:15 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Dave Miller, Matt Dannucci, & Kristofer Miller caught 12 mahimahi & 1 yellowfin
It was a rough gloomy day as we left the harbor heading for a buoy.  On the way we took a double mahimahi strike, but lost them both.  We kept going and took another double mahimahi strike, and this time landed them both.  We got to the buoy, ran bait, and started hooking mahimahi.  We had a couple more double hookups, one triple, and several more singles.  We had steady bites and caught a dozen.  Then we hooked something bigger.  It took half a spool on a 50.  Matt hopped in the chair and 30 minutes later, landed a 70 pound yellowfin tuna.  We came back, took another strike and Dave fought his tuna all the way to the back of the boat.  Then we saw it wasn't a tuna, but a shark!  We cut it free and started for the harbor.  No bites on the way home, but a fantastic day of fishing.  Great angling men!  Hope to see you again.  Aloha, Scot, Hunter, & Captain Steve


 Wed Nov 18, 2015   12:41:45 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Jeff Gibson, Kayla Groff, Brenda Groff, & Floyd Groff caught 2 mahimahi
Off we go at day break on a half day charter in light winds.  We saw some sharks, caught some bait, and headed to the FAD we found yesterday.  We couldn't find it so we headed for the ledge.  We ran baits and had a large mahimahi bite.  It was jumping, somehow cut line, and got away.  We reset lines and a short while later took a double mahimahi strike.  Jeff reeled from the chair and Floyd reeled from the pole holder.  15 minutes later, Floyd landed a 29 pound mahi and Jeff landed a 20 pounder.  No bites on the way back to the harbor, but everyone will be eating mahimahi tonight.  It was fun fishing with you and hope to see you again.  Aloha, Scot, Hunter, & Captain Steve  


 Tue Nov 17, 2015   12:37:48 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Luis Avango, Joey Gallagher, & Megan Gallagher caught 1 marlin, 11 mahimahi, & 4 yellowfin
We left the harbor at daybreak and saw some sharks while catching bait.  We headed out and were lucky to find a personal FAD buoy that had floated in from the Big Island.  We trolled by and took a double strike.  Joey & Megan each landed a nice size mahiimahi.  We switched to bait and then the real action began.  Everyone got to reel in several mahimahi, but we lost just as many to the sharks.  Hunter and I would hand line, and everyone was reeling like demons.  It was a blast while it lasted.  We ran out of bait, and went back to lures. We hooked and landed four yellowfin, loosing a few to sharks in between.  We lost a couple of nice lures in the process. We decided to head out and six miles later, our outrigger slammed, and we had marlin hooked.  Joey hopped in the chair and we cleared the other lines.  It was a good battle that lasted over a half hour.  It got a little wild at the back of the boat, then we gaffed it, clubbed it, and brought it onboard.  It weighed in at 139 pounds.  Good going Joey!  Joey really wanted an ono today, but said the marlin was even better.  Fishing with this group was stellar, and we hope to see them again.  Aloha, Scot, Hunter, & Captain Steve


 Sun Nov 1, 2015   12:24:23 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  James Tofil & Ann Davis caught 2 yellowfin
We headed to a far away buoy in 10-20 kph trades with no bites on the way.  We got to the buoy, ran baits, and lost them to pesky sharks.  We put out more baits, hooked a yellowfin, and James reeled in a 14 pounder. We hooked another yellowfin, James reeled it all the way to the boat, but there was no fish, no bait, and no hook.  Darn sharks!  We switched to jigging and James landed a 12 pound yellowfin.  We decided to head out to deeper grounds in search of bigger fish.  We chased some birds, and miles later found a tuna pile, but couldn't get them to bite.  We set the trolling lines for the ride home, but no strikes on the way to the harbor.  It was a slow day of fishing for the Kuuloa Kai, but our folk still had a great day and said they will be back.  It was a pleasure having you onboard.  Aloha, Scot, Hunter, & Captain Steve.  


 Tue Oct 27, 2015   12:13:47 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Steve Butler & Steve Wayne caught 3 mahimahi, 8 yellowfin, & 1 aku
We left the harbor right at 5:30am in 15-20 kph trades.  It was a little rough.  We headed to a buoy, hooked a mahimahi and a yellowfin, but they both came off.  We came back, hooked a mahimahi, and landed this one.  We made another pass, took a double hookup, and landed a mahimahi and a yellowfin tuna.  It was steady action after that, landing most of them.  We caught another mahimahi, five more 8-10 pound yellowfin, and an aku.  Then we hooked a couple 20 plus pound yellowfin and both got to battle one in.  Great job men!  It was a pleasure fishing with you again, and hope to see you on your next trip.  Aloha, Scot, Hunter, & Captain Steve


 Mon Oct 26, 2015   6:54:29 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Kathy Duke, Jim Brace, Scott Duke, Ron Duke, Eve Duke, & Laura Brace caught 4 mahimahi
It was a beautiful day with light winds.  We left the harbor and headed for the ledge with no trolling bites.  We ran bait and hooked a yellowfin tuna.  Eve hopped in the chair reeled it close, then it pulled hook and came off.  Not much later we took a double mahimahi strike, and Jim landed an 8 pounder and Scot landed a 17 pounder.  Ten minutes later we hooked another mahimahi and Ron landed a 6 pounder.  Ten more minutes, we had another strike, and Eve landed a 9 pounder.  Dinner is looking good!  We had a few other bites, but didn't get them to stick.  It was a pleasure fishing with you and hope to see you again.  Aloha, Scot, Hunter, & Captain Steve.


 Mon Oct 12, 2015   7:19:32 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Kerry Bistline, Ed Riddle, Ian Fisher, Jay agostineli, John Wood, & Matt Wood caught 3 mahimahi
We left the harbor at the appointed time on another nice day.  We headed down the ledge.  We took a strike, the outrigger came down hard, but it didn't stick.  We kept heading down the ledge and ran baits at our favorite spots.  We had a few nibbles and an eaten bait, but no hookups.  We headed out deeper hoping to hook a marlin.  We spotted a bird pile, saw some small yellowfin, but they were only 1-2 pounders, so we kept on moving.  We trolled as far as we could until it was time to head in.  We ran the ledge again on the way home and this time we hooked a mahimahi followed by two more.  They were small, but dinner just got better!  It was a brutal half day of fishing, but everyone had a great time.  It was a pleasure fishing with you again, and hope to see you again soon.  Aloha, Scot & Captain Steve


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