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 Sat Jan 4, 2003   5:30:00 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Eric Baird and Noel (Mitch.) Mitchell
We got a 5:00 start on this stormy day of SW winds up to 35 knots (it was smoking). It was all down hill going to the X buoy, where we caught a bunch of small aku and ahi on the light line. Then our starboard engine overheated and I had to shut it down. (One of those oh sh*t this is not fun moments) So we had to immediately start heading for home, limping in on one engine (thank God for twin engines). It was a slow and quite wet ride as the seas were coming from our starboard quarter on a heading towards Haleiwa. Then with 10 miles to go outside Sunset Beach, we found an open school of mahi and took a strike on the rigger. While Eric got in the chair with that fish, Mitch was reeling in the corner pole and the big bull mahi streaked over and grabbed the lure hooking up. We got both of them in the boat. Eric's fish was a 30 pound wahine and Mitch's was a 38 pound bull. Then another fish took our teaser off the hook and as Scot pulled the bare hook in a mahi was following it all the way to the boat where Scot dropped it back and it hooked up on the bare hook. We got that one too. It was the baby at 15 pounds. When we finally made it back to the harbor I had no problem getting both of these seaworthy guys to eat eyeballs. These guys handled all that an angry ocean could toss at them quite well. Good going men. Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Fri Jan 3, 2003   5:30:00 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Richard Meyer and Richard Williams
We got a 5:00 AM start to the CO buoy and caught a few aku and ahi there. Then we went up and out to 19 miles where we found a small net that was holding mahi and ono. We trolled a few up and then Scot baited up a bunch more. The biggest one got cut off at the swivel by an ono. So we trolled again and caught 9 small Onos. Then we baited again and got 2 mahis and a 15 pound ahi. The mahi ranged from 15 to 30 pounds, and we ended up with 11 of them. Back in the harbor after this mostly flat day I had no problem getting both Richards to eat eyeballs with me. It was a real fun day of fishing, they did great. Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Thu Jan 2, 2003   5:30:00 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Michael and Jeff Ashford
We got a 5:00 AM start to the X buoy and caught a bunch of small baits there. Then we went out deep, out to 32 miles on this flat as a pancake day and found nothing at all. On our way in we took a slam in the blind 3 miles off Sunset Beach and Michael landed a nice 28 pound mahi. We then baited the traps for a shark but none showed up. Aloha Capt. Rusty


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