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More Oahu, Hawaii Fishing Reports...

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 Thu Mar 20, 2003   5:55:27 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Mark Middlton, Shawn Coghill, Bonnie Middlton and Heather Coghill caught a lot of fish
We left at 5 am headed for the X buoy on this day of 25 mph trade winds. The buoy was holding mahi and ahi and we took an ahi strike on the first pass. Then it was one fish after another on the light line, ahi and mahi. Then while we had 2 mahi on a big marlin came around. It was at least 300 pounds but it only swam back and forth looking at our aku baits and not getting excited enough to eat one of them. We were excited. On our way in we took a double striped marlin and got them both, 30 pounders. In the harbor I got Mark and Shawn to swallow ahi eyes easily. These folks are really seaworthy, as it was fairly rough seas and all of them handled it no problem. Good going on a great day of fishing. Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Wed Mar 19, 2003   5:51:59 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Gary Deitterick, Jamie Davis, Cejay Traugh, and Shane Deitterick, had a clean sweep and our first ahi over 100 pounds this year
We got a 4:30 AM start on this windy day of 30 mph trades going to the LL Buoy. Our first fish was in the twilight zone before it got light a mahi hit the rigger and we got it. On our first pass at the LL we took a 5 banger and only 2 stayed on, one was a 20 pounder the other was a 115 pounder, Jamie got the big one. We trolled a few more passes and caught 3 mahis. Then it was jigging time and the 16 pound ahis were a good battle on 50 pound test. Scot baited up some more ahis and mahis while the guys were working on the light line. On the way home we caught a 40 pound stripped marlin, and a nice 28 pound ono, to make it a clean sweep. In the harbor I could only get Jamie and Shane to eat eyeballs, that is still good. Congratulations on a great day. Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Mon Mar 17, 2003   6:06:09 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Anita and Cheryl Portwood, Tom Loften, and Dag Tollefsen caught some nice ahis
We got a 5 am start on this day that started out rainy and windy and turned out flat and sunny. We went to the J buoy and caught one 17 pound ahi on the first pass then proceeded to jig up 4 more that size on the light line (good fun), and more small ahi and aku than I can count. then we went to the X buoy and back, no strikes till we got back to the J and a 20 pound ahi grabbed the corner lure and peeled out 30 yards of line, Tom got that one. Some whales came by and put on a good show for us at the buoy. In the harbor Tom joined me in an ahi eyeball pupu. It was a perfect day for how it started out. Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Sun Mar 16, 2003   5:21:44 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  David Lenfert,Rich Manser Jr, Marcella Lenfert, Rich Manser Sr, Felicia and Jim Krizman
We got a 6 am start to the J buoy on this cloudy and rainy day. We were the third boat to the buoy and caught a bunch of small aku and ahi right away. Scot baited up a nice 15 pound ahi that Rich Sr. got to reel up. Then we just kept on getting doubles of small aku and ahi till it was time to go in a bit early. There was the usual whale show right outside the harbor. At the dock it wasn't to hard to get all the guys except Jim to consume ahi eyes, they are tasty. It was fun guys. Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Sat Mar 15, 2003   5:04:18 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Don Caylor caught two big mahi
It was a 5 am start to the X buoy on this variable wind day, with lots of rain in the morning and some extra wind too. We were the third boat to the X and caught some small aku and ahi first, then we baited and a 30 pound mahi swallowed a chunk of aku on 80 pound test. Don made quick work on that one, and it was in the boat. Then we trolled on down to the J buoy. On one of our first jigging passes an aku came in with mahi teeth marks all over it, so Scot dropped out a saba and a 27 pound mahi came right in and inhaled it, with a bit of teasing by Scot. We then baited and Don got a nice 17 pound ahi. On our way in we saw whales all over the place it is peak season now. At the harbor Don was easy to convince that eyeballs are good to eat, and he did. It was a pleasure to fish with a guy like Don. Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Thu Mar 13, 2003   5:43:48 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Scot and Brad Sprecher, and Clay and Paul Coleman caught some fish
It was a 5 AM start to the X buoy, we saw the space station zoom overhead on our way out on this light SW wind day. At the X we caught baits and the first aku bait we put out was immediately eaten by a 6 foot black tip shark, Brad was the angler who got reel it in and we perforated him. The shark then came off. We took off for the J buoy and when we baited there we hooked up a few 15 pound ahi right away. Then we jigged and got some more small aku and baited and got 2 more 16 pound ahi. Back in the harbor with just a wee bit of peer pressure I got all of these guys to consume ahi eyes, I like it. Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Wed Mar 12, 2003   5:23:35 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Honeymooners Dale and Emily Wojcik had a good catch
We got a 5 am start to the X buoy and caught our spear fish before the sun came up on this light windy day. At the X Emily caught a nice mahi on our second trolling pass. Then we got some small aku and ahi on the light tackle. Then we headed out to the deep. We found a couple small birds on a mahi and caught it on a lure, then went to the J buoy. The small stuff was biting good, then we baited and Scot hooked up some 15 pound ahis on 40 pound test. That was fun. Then a mahi showed up and Scot got it to eat a saba and we had three mahi, and 5 ahi. Back in the harbor Dale swallowed a mahi eye and so did Emily with just a little persuading. It was fun fishing with you folks enjoy your honeymoon. Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Tue Mar 11, 2003   5:42:33 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Jason Wistoski and his dad Bill had a fun day
On our first trip after a long dry-dock we went to the X Buoy with a 5 am start on this day of light SW winds. Our first pass we took a 4 banger 15 pound kind ahi and got all 4. Then as we reeled in the big lures a 35 pound spear fish grabbed a lure 25 feet from the boat and hooked up, Jason was the one on the reel so he got that one. Then we jigged up some smaller ahi and a few aku, then Jason caught a mahi on a small lure. Then Scot baited up 2 more mahi . A few more 15 pound ahi hooked up on the light rods giving the guys a good fight. On the way in we caught 2 more mahi in the blind bringing the total to 7 ahi and 6 mahi and one spear fish. In the harbor it was easy to get both of these guys to eat eyeballs out of the 15 pound ahis. It was a fun day with whales all over the place on the way in. Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Wed Mar 5, 2003   7:09:01 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Back in the water where she belongs
It took long enough but we are back in the water. The next report I post will include some dead fish and some happy people. I have to thank my dad Bob and my brother Scot for all the days of work it took to get everything done. What does not show in the picture is the school of squids I printed on the bottom, we will see how well it works to bring the fish up to us. I am so glad our drydock is over, we are ready to go fishing. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Wed Feb 26, 2003   6:56:24 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  new transom door
This is taking way to long, but it has to be done right, so on we go. That is our new transom door I am holding up, it has to be solid to keep the waves out and to let those big marlins slide in.Today we finished painting the bottom and only have to paint the name on the transom and put the jaws back on the bow. Then clean up and reassemble everything and see if she will still float with all the fiberglass we have added. It will be soon now. Aloha Capt Rusty


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