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More Oahu, Hawaii Fishing Reports...

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 Tue Feb 17, 2015   9:45:09 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Justin Walczyk, Rick Walczyk, Lori Walczyk, Mike Sturm, & Steve Becker caught 8 mahimahi, 1 ono, 4 yellowfin, & 3 aku
We left the harbor right at daybreak in ideal weather conditions.  We headed to a buoy, ran some bait, and took a mahimahi strike.  Lori jumped in the chair and landed a 15 pound mahimahi.  We baited some more and Rick landed a 13 pound mahimahi.  Then we took a double hitter and Lori and Justin each landed another mahimahi.  Things slowed down so we headed towards another buoy.  We were still setting lines when Lori says "Fish On!"  Rick jumped in the chair and reeled in a 10 pound ono.  We followed a current line, found some floating rubbish, and hooked a mahimahi on troll.  Lori reeled in another 15 pounder.  We headed outside towards our buoy when we saw another boat in the distance circling.   We headed that way and discovered a half sunken 18 foot boat.  It looked to have been in the water a LONG time.  We baited up and and hooked a mahimahi.  Mike reeled in an 18 pounder.  Then Steve landed a 13 pound mahimahi.  We were also jigging while baiting, and landed 3 skipjack and 4 small yellowfin tuna.  Then we hooked another mahimahi and Justin jumped in the chair and the fight was on.  Twenty minutes later, Justin won the battle and reeled in the biggest mahimahi of the day, weighing in at 20 pounds.  It was an action packed day of fishing and fun.  We also saw tons of whales today.  It was a pleasure fishing with you, and look forward to your next trip.  Aloha, Scot & Captain Steve


 Sun Feb 15, 2015   3:38:10 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Darick Apitz, Will Nutting, Eric Nutting, Aaron Triplett, Chris White, and Terresa Triplett caught 9 mahimahi, 5 yellowfin, & 3 aku
We headed out at daybreak in 10-20 kph trades, though the winds did lighten up later on.  We took a strike on the way to the buoy and landed our first mahimahi.  We threw out a bait and landed another.  We got to the buoy, did a drive by, and our center rigger took a hit.  Aaron reeled in a 14 pound yellowfin.  We came back with bait and took a double mahimahi strike.  We landed one and was working on the second mahi, when we hooked another.  We landed them both.  We landed one more mahimahi, then had another double mahimahi strike but only landed one.  We headed to another buoy.  We were jigging while baiting and caught four small yellowfin and three skipjack tuna.  We also caught two more mahimahi.  No bites on the ride home.  It was nice waters on the outside today but rough coming into the harbor.  Great fishing everyone!  Hope to see you again.  Aloha Scot and Captain Steve


 Thu Feb 12, 2002   11:21:03 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Lisa Moore, Jared Moore, Morgan Stanley, McKelle Stanley, Daniel Sorenson, & Zanette Sorenson caught 11 yellowfin, 1 mahimahi, & 3 aku
We left the harbor right on time in light variable winds.  We headed to a buoy with no bites on the way.  We trolled by the buoy and took a double strike, landing both a 12 and an 18 pound yellowfin tuna.  We baited up and got another double hookup.  We landed a 16 pound mahimahi and a 15 pound yellowfin.  Then we jigged up a bunch of 3-20 pound yellowfin and three skipjack tuna.  We headed to another buoy and took a hit, but it didn't stick.  No other bites on the way home.  We did see a lot of whales jumping on the way back to the harbor.  A nice end to an already great day.  It was a pleasure fishing with you and hope to see you again.  Aloha, Scot, Hunter, & Captain Steve


 Tue Feb 10, 2015   10:02:30 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Brian Nash, Ryan Nash, & Steve Nash caught 6 mahimahi
It was still pretty windy when we left the harbor at 8am. Last night's storm was lingering, and it was blowing 15-25 kph throughout the day.  We saw whales on the way to the buoy, but no other action.  At the buoy, one of our trolling lures took a mahimahi strike.  We threw out some baits and hooked another.  We lost the first mahi, and landed the second.  We made another trolling pass and hooked and landed another mahimahi.  We tried jigging, but that wasn't working, so we stuck to bait.  We hooked another mahimahi and landed it.  Then we took a double and landed one.  We headed to another buoy and baited up.  We hooked and landed a mahimahi.  A little while later we caught another.  When it was time to head in, we set our lures for marlin, but no takers.  We did see more whales on the ride home and everyone will be eating well tonight.  Hope to see you again.  Aloha Scot, Hunter, & Captain Steve


 Sat Feb 7, 2015   7:01:38 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Michael Story, Eddie Lim, Levi Johnson, James Frost, Bob Ybarra, & Bobby Scheve caught 4 mahimahi and 7 yellowfin tuna
We left the harbor right on time in 10-20 kph trades.  On the way to the buoy, our center rigger took a hit.  Levi jumped in the chair and reeled in a 14 pound mahimahi.  At the buoy we ran some bait and started to jig.  We caught a couple small yellowfin tuna, before hooking another mahimahi.  Bobby took the chair and reeled in a 19 pound bull.  Then we had back-to-back mahimahi hookups.  James and Eddie each landed a 12 pounder.  We also caught 7-8 small yellowfin tuna during the mahimahi action, but threw the smallest ones back.  We headed out then down to another buoy.  At the buoy, we had a bite, but it got away.  No other strikes on the way in, but a nice catch, and a super fun day.  These guys will be eating well this weekend.  It was a pleasure fishing with you again and look forward to your next trip.  Aloha, Scot, Hunter, and Captain Steve


 Sat Jan 31, 2015   1:37:46 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Kyle Caldwell, Joseph Burgi, Alex Palafox, Tyler Page, & Nathaniel Burgi caught 3 mahimahi & 4 yellowfin
We left the harbor right on time in light winds.  We headed to a buoy and on the way, our port outrigger took a hit and we had a mahimahi online.  Nathaniel reeled in a 12 pounder.  We got to the buoy, ran bait and jigged, and hooked another mahimahi.  Joseph jumped in the chair and the battle was on.  Fifteen minutes later, Joseph had a 27.5 pound mahimahi onboard.  This is the first nice size mahimahi of the year and puts Joseph on our 2015 top angler scoreboard.  Way to go Joe!  We headed to another buoy, but the buoy wasn't there.  We headed to another buoy, and jigged up some small yellowfin tuna and a 10 pound mahimahi.  It was time to head in so we set our lures for the ride home, but no other bites.  It was a fun day and everyone will be eating mahimahi tonight.  Aloha, Scot, Hunter, & Captain Steve


 Sat Jan 31, 2015   12:33:28 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
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Joseph Burgi is on our 2015 top angler scoreboard with his 27.5 pound mahimahi.  Way to go Joe!


 Sat Jan 10, 2015   11:18:14 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Sergiu Lazar, Virgil Pena, Daniel Corda, John Guset, & John Rus caught 3 mahimahi, 5 yellowfin, & 1 aku
We left the harbor right on time in light 5-15 kph variable winds.  We headed to our first buoy with no bites on the way.  We ran bait at the buoy and also were jigging.  We jigged up three small mahimahi and four small yellowfin tuna.  While we were jigging, the outrigger came down and we hooked a bigger yellowfin.  John reeled in a nice 17 pound tuna.  A little later we hooked an aku and Daniel reeled in a 14 pounder.  We had a couple more bites, but they didn't stick.  We hit another buoy on our way back to the harbor, but no other bites.  Not a huge catch, but a real fun day.  Aloha, Scot, Hunter, & Captain Steve


 Wed Jan 7, 2015   9:26:43 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Doug Lafarge, Will Sankey, & Aya Alt caught a 403 pound marlin, 1 mahimahi, 1 big eye tuna, & 12 yellowfin tuna
We left the harbor at first light in 15-20 kph trades.  We headed to a buoy and on our first pass we hooked and landed a 7 pound big eye tuna.  We trolled some more, but no bites, so we reeled in the lures and put out live bait.  Not much later we took a hit and Aya reeled in an 18 pound yellowfin tuna.  We jigged up a few smaller yellowfin, then another one of our baits hooked a mahimahi.  Doug reeled in a 12 pounder.  We continued jigging and caught another dozen yellowfin, but threw some of the small ones back.  It was time to head in, so we set our lines for our troll home.  Captain Steve ran one of his new lures that Hunter had just dressed with wings this morning.  Twenty minutes later that outrigger slammed and we had a big marlin on.  We cleared lines, turned, and chased it.  We got the fish settled down, and Aya jumped in the chair.  The fight was on!  Fifty minutes later we had a 403 pound marlin onboard.  Way to go Aya!  This puts Aya on our 2015 top angler scoreboard and she has set a record hard to beat.  It will be fun trying.  Today's charter was a birthday present to Aya from her father.  What a great present!  It also didn't hurt having Doug's lucky Sushi Chicken onboard.  It was a huge pleasure fishing with you all today.  Aloha Scot, Hunter, and Captain Steve


 Wed Jan 7, 2015   8:18:14 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
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Aya Alt is on our top angler scoreboard with this 403 pound marlin.  Way to go Aya!


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