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More Oahu, Hawaii Fishing Reports...

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 Sun Oct 11, 2015   5:42:04 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Julian Wojtulewicz & Trish Wojtulewicz (not pictured) caught 1 mahimahi & 3 yellowfin
We headed out right on time in 5-10 kph trades.  It was another really nice day.  We headed to yesterday's spot and ran bait.  On our first pass we hooked a yellowfin tuna.  Julian jumped in the chair and landed 43 pounder.  Julian caught a couple more 15 pound yellowfin, then we hooked a mahimahi and Julian landed a 19 pounder.  We hooked another nice sized yellowfin.  It took a lot of line, then came off.  Bummer! The bites shut down and it was time to head home.  A marlin on the way home would have been killer, but no such luck.  Our folk will be eating well the rest of their trip.  It was a pleasure fishing with you and hope to see you again someday.   Aloha, Scot, Hunter, & Captain Steve


 Sat Oct 10, 2015   9:25:59 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Dawn Weir and Chris Broder caught 6 mahimahi & 5 yellowfin
We left the harbor right on time in light variable winds.  We headed to a buoy with no strikes on the way.  We put out baits at the buoy, hooked a couple fish, and they immediately came off.  Then we took a double strike and they stuck.  Dawn reeled in a 19 pound mahimahi and Chris reeled in an 18 pound yellowfin.  Then we hooked another mahimahi and Dawn reeled in a 21 pounder.  Minutes later we took a triple mahimahi strike and landed all three.  Alright!  We also caught 2 small yellowfin during the mahimahi action.  It was almost an hour later when we got our next bite.  Dawn hopped in the chair and 20 minutes later had a 58 pound yellowfin tuna onboard.  Great job Dawn!  Not much later, Chris landed an 18 pound mahimahi.  Right before it was time to head home, Chris landed a 46 pound yellowfin.  No bites on the way to the harbor, but a very successful day.  It's always a pleasure having these two onboard.  Their competitive fishing only adds to the fun.  Chris may have caught more fish today, but Dawn caught the biggest.  Looking forward to seeing you again in November.  Aloha, Scot, Hunter, & Captain Steve      


 Wed Sep 16, 2015   9:00:58 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Tyson Kidcaff and Levi Loving caught 1 kawa kawa
We left the harbor at 5:15am in 15-25 kph trades.  We headed out towards the ledge hoping for a mahimahi or ono.  We had a couple bites, lost a hook on wire leader, and the other just didn't stick and swam away.  We set out more baits and a little later we hooked a kawa kawa (wavy back skipjack tuna).  Levi jumped in the chair and reeled in a 12 pounder.  We ran more bait but no other big strikes.  We headed to the west side, trolled by a buoy, but nobody home.  We headed out a few miles and took a strike on our outrigger, but it didn't stick.  We ran the ledge on the way home then trolled by a buoy.  There were 12 sharks swimming around, and no fish.  Guess it's tuna for dinner.  We had a great time fishing these two blokes, and hope to see you again.  Aloha, Scot, Hunter, & Captain Steve


 Sat Sep 12, 2015   10:02:40 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Tom, Rachael, James, Colin, & Jennifer caught 1 mahimahi
We left the harbor at 5:15 am in 5-15 variable winds.  It was a nice morning.  We headed out, found some porpoise with birds overhead.  We drove through them but no bites.  A little later we saw some pilot whales, followed by more dolphins.  We headed towards the ledge and ran bait.   Seconds later we had a mahimahi online.  James hopped in the chair and reeled in a ten pounder.  We kept running bait, had a few more nibbles, but nothing was sticking.  We set the trolling lines for the ride home but no bites.  Wish we could have caught more but everyone had a great time and will eating mahimahi tonight.  It was a pleasure fishing with you and hope to see you again.  Aloha, Scot & Captain Steve


 Mon Sep 7, 2015   9:55:23 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Matthew Jenson & Annette Beasley (pictured with baby Evalyn) caught 3 mahimahi.
We let the harbor around 6:30 am for a short family day of sight seeing and fishing. It was a beautiful day. Everyone enjoyed the day and we will be eating one of these mahimahi tonight. Alright!


 Sat Sep 5, 2015   3:39:20 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Andy Kim, James Frost, Levi Johnson, Chris Hopper, Mark CP & Jung Han caught 9 mahimahi & 1 marlin
We left the harbor at 5:15 am in light winds.  We headed to a buoy with no bites on the way.  Our center came down on our fist pass by the buoy, but it didn't stick.  We brought in the trolling lines and put out baits.  A little later we hooked a mahimahi but a lame boat came by, ran over our line, and lost our first fish.  We ran some more bait, hooked another mahimahi, and landed this one.  Then we took a triple mahimahi strike and landed them all.  We had another mahimahi hooked but lost it at gaff.  We caught a couple more mahimahi then bites shut down.  We tried jigging and started catching small yellowfin and skipjack tuna.  We kept a few for bait and threw the rest back.  We set up the trolling lines and headed out, hunting for bigger fish.  About an hour later, the corner took off with a marlin.  Levi jumped in the chair and the battle began.  Half hour into the fight, we spotted a mahimahi behind the boat.  We threw out a bait and he took it.  We landed the mahimahi and ten minutes later we landed two more.  One hour and 40 minutes of reeling, a couple beers, and a big can of whoop ass later, Levi landed the marlin.  It weighed in at 220 pounds.  Way to go Levi!  No bites on the troll home, but still a stellar day.  It was a pleasure fishing with you again.  Aloha, Scot, Hunter, & Captain Steve  


 Fri Sep 4, 2015   1:13:13 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Dave Magerowski & Sara Magerowski caught one mahimahi
We left the harbor at 5:15 am.  It was a very nice day.  We headed out looking for fish.  We had a marlin strike, but it didn't stick.  We kept heading out, spotted some birds and mahimahi.  One mahimahi took a bait, but it didn't get hooked.  A while later we hooked another mahimahi.  Sara hopped in the chair and landed a six pound mahimahi.  A while later we had another mahimahi strike.  We reeled it all the way to the boat, then the line broke and we lost it.  Must have been a weak knot.  Bummer, it was a nice sized one too!  We tried another spot and ran bait.  We took a hit that took a lot of line.  Dave jumped in the chair and started reeling.  When he got it close to the boat we saw it was a galapagos shark.  We brought it close, took some photos, then cut it loose.  It was past time to head in, so we set the trolling lines and headed back to the harbor.  No bites on the way in.  A slow day for the Kuuloa Kai, but that's fishing.  It was a pleasure fishing with you again.  Hope to see you soon.  Aloha, Scot, Hunter & Captain Steve


 Thu Aug 27, 2015   12:44:15 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Tony Yousif, Andew Christian, & Chris Sailer caught 2 yellowfin tuna & 1 mahimahi
We left the harbor right on time in light and variable winds.  We headed out looking for marlin.  At eight miles out we found a bird pile, but no strikes.  We kept heading out then down the ledge and ran bait.  A few minutes later we had a double yellowfin hookup.  Tony reeled from the pole holder and Chris took the chair.  Chris landed the first one, weighing 32 pounds.  Then Tony switched to the chair and landed a 35 pounder.  A while later we had a couple more bites and hooked a mahimahi.  Andrew hopped in the chair and landed a 12 pound mahimahi.  No bites on the troll home.  Not a huge catch today, but everyone got to reel in a fish, and we all had a super fun day.  It was a pleasure fishing with you again, and look forward to your next trip.  Aloha, Scot & Captain Steve


 Wed Aug 26, 2015   12:15:37 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Hadleigh Yonge, Simon Munro, Petrena Miller, & Tom Watson caught one aku
We left the harbor at our scheduled time in light winds.  We headed out and found a bird pile.  We saw a marlin near our center lure and 30 seconds later our outrigger came down and fish on!  We cleared the other lines but then our line broke and fish gone.  Bummer!  Later we trolled through an aku pile, our outrigger slammed down, and we had a fat aku online.  Simon hopped in the chair and reeled in a 26.5 pound skipjack tuna.  This breaks our previous 2015 record by a couple pounds.  Way to go Simon!  We trolled around the rest of the day with no bites.  We ran the ledge and hit the wave ball on the way in, but nadda.  It was a brutal day of fishing but glad everyone still had a good time.  Hope to see you again.  Aloha, Scot & Captain Steve


 Wed Aug 26, 2015   12:12:44 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
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Simon Munro is on our top angler scoreboard with his 26.5 pound skipjack tuna (aku)


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