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More Oahu, Hawaii Fishing Reports...

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 Sat Apr 1, 2006   12:23:38 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Ron Maclauren, Jackie McClelland, Mike Ulmer, and Hanh Chan caught 13 shibi and 5 aku today
We got going at 5:00 on this day of 10 kph trades going to my old favorite buoy. At the buoy we jigged and caught some aku and shibi and ran 2 aku live. When we baited we started to get a few more of the bigger shibi, we got 3 in one pass. Our aku were not bothered by any big fish today. Maybe it was too sunny and no rain. On our way in we had a great whale show after a shark show. These folks did great today. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Fri Mar 31, 2006   11:23:48 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Justin Carr, Ted Heim, Steve Stoltenberg, and Betty Stoltenberg caught 3 mahi and 7 shibi and 6 aku for some fun today
We got underway at 6:30 on this rainy day of 10 kph trades going to my old favorite buoy. On our first pass we took a double aku and got them, next pass we hooked a nice mahi and got it too. Then we jigged and caught some small aku and shibi and ran 2 akus live. After a while 2 mahi came in on our aku and Scot hooked them up on bait, and we got them both. Then a few of the bigger shibi came up when we baited and we got one nice one. We had a shark chop one of our aku but we got it back. On our way in we did a shark tour outside the harbor. In the harbor only Ted was bold enough to eat an eyeball out of a mahi, good going. Aloha Capt Rusty                              PS This has been the wetest month in over 50 years, and the last 2 weeks have been almost solid rain, it can stop any time now, thank you very much.                                                      


 Thu Mar 30, 2006   12:00:11 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Rich, and Lisa Thorpe, and Thomas and Larry Walsh caught 6 mahi and 15 shibi and 10 aku for a great day
Wegot going at 5:50 on this day of variable winds going to my old favorite buoy. At the buoy we jigged and caught some small aku and ran one live and a barracuda promptly came up and chopped it in half. We put out another live aku and before long a mahi came in on it and Scot baited it up and we got it. A few more passes and 4 mahis came in and Scot baited them all up. Then the bigger shibi started to bite and we had some fun with them. One more mahi came in and we got it too. Then a big black cloud came out of the west and with west winds of 25 knots and driving rain chased us back to the harbor, we saw some whales on the way out and on the way in too. These folks did great today on all these fish, and Lisa even touched fish multiple times. In the harbor everyone except Thomas gladly ate eyeballs, I like it. It was a pleasure to fish with these guys today. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Fri Mar 24, 2006   1:54:11 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Sel Drish caught 1 mahi and 6 shibi and 7 aku today
We got going at 5:30 on this day of 15 kph east winds going to my next favorite buoy. At the buoy we jigged and caught some small aku and shibi and ran an aku live. After a short time a big school of porpoise came and the party was over, so we set up and trolled on outside. We found a nice current line with lots of old and new stuff floating in it, so we followed it, and eventually we hooked a small mahi along it. Then we went to another buoy and jigged there and got a few more aku and 1 bigger shibi. On our way in we stopped to see some sharks outside the harbor, it was a good show. Sel did great today, good going guy. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Wed Mar 22, 2006   1:36:11 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Jason Fox, and Stacey Janey caught 1 mahi 10 shibi and 10 aku for a fun day
We got going at 5:30 on this day of 15 kph se winds going to my next favorite buoy. On our way we had a mahi hit and Jason reeled it in. At the buoy we jigged and caught some small aku and shibi and ran one live. When we baited only birds came in so we just jigged, and got a few bigger shibi. Some whales came by the buoy and put on a show for us. No hits on the way in. In the harbor only Jason was game to eat an eyeball. Good going . Aloha Capt Rusty


 Tue Mar 21, 2006   1:39:02 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Scott Rasak, Dar Horn, Mike Horn, John Blumhard, Tom Horn, and Mark Blumhardt caught 2 sharks 4 shibi and 5 aku today
We got underway at 5:00 on this day of 15 kph variables going to my old favorite buoy. At the buoy we jigged and caught some small aku and ran one live. then we had a shark eat a shibi, so we put out a wire leader and hooked up shark and Scott reeled it in and we tagged it and let it go. We got a few more aku then another shark came around and we hooked it up and Mike got to reel it in, and we tagged it and let it go. We had one more shark grab an aku and come off, then we set up and trolled to another buoy. There was no signs of life at this buoy. On our way in we found a bird pile but took no hits in it. These guys love to fish and it showed, they did great today, good going men. In the habor all the boys ate eyeballs, I like it. These folks were a real pleasure to fish with. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Mon Mar 20, 2006   2:03:37 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Kevin Rickard, and Lisa Haftline caught 2 mahi 5 shibi and 6 aku and saw lots of whales today
We got going at 6:00 on this day of n15 kph se winds going to my next favorite buoy. We saw some whales on the way to the buoy, and at the buoy there were more. As we stopped to reel in our big lines a whale breached only 70 yards from the boat, it was as good as it gets, we all saw it come all the way out of the water and splash back in. Then we jigged and caught some small aku and ran one live. The bite was slow but we managed to get a few shibi and more aku before we headed to another buoy. There were no signs of life at that buoy, so we trolled on in and took a mahi hit in the blind and Kevin got a nice bully. A bit closer in and we took another mahi in the blind and Lisa caught a nice wahine. These folks did great on all these fish today, good going. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Sat Mar 18, 2006   1:23:33 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Maria and Ian Stanley caught 5 shibi and 15 aku for a fun day
We got underway at 5:45 on this day of 15 kph winds going to my next favorite buoy. With 2 miles to go we had a hit on the center that came off. At the buoy we jigged and caught some small aku and ran one live. Then some porpoise showed up and they were chewing on our bait so we pulled it in. The birds were a real problem today as they were eating all the bait we threw in before the fish could get to it, bummer. So we jigged and some bigger shibi finally came up and Ian did a great job on them. On our way in we had a slam on the center on the ledge that turned out to be a big kawakawa or bonito, we had been hoping for an ono. We saw whales here and there on our way in. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Fri Mar 17, 2006   4:01:44 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Mark Pearson, and Larry Mayo caught 7 aku and 1 shibi on our shake down cruise, we are back!
We got underway at 11 am and went to my old favorite buoy. We caught some small aku and one shibi as we jigged around the buoy, on this day of light winds. The new engines are working great, we have a new top speed of about 25 knots. It is so good to be back on the water again. I have to thank my Dad and Scot for a lot of hard work during this drydock. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Wed Mar 8, 2006   9:26:18 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Here they are 2 new engines in their new homes
They are in and getting all hooked up to become the heart of the Kuuloa Kai. It has been a long drydock, we have done alot to make her a better boat. Today we had to realign the strut on the starboard side, so we should be vibration free. I can hardly wait to get back to fishing again. Aloha Capt Rusty


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