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 Sat Mar 22, 2014   4:47:38 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Kathy Wise, Jen DeHey, & Melissa Romig caught 7 mahimahi, 8 yellowfin, and 8 aku
We left the harbor right on time in 15-20 kph trades.  We headed to a buoy and took a double strike as soon as we got there.  Jen and Kathy each landed a nice mahimahi.  We set lines, trolled by again, and everyone saw two more mahimahi jump on our bait.  We landed both of them then tried live bait.  We hooked three more mahimahi and landed all three.  The biggest one weighed in at 19 pounds 4 ounces, which puts Jen DeHey on our 2014 scoreboard, beating the previous record by more than a pound.  Then we started jigging and began nailing small yellowfin and skipjack tuna.  Doubles were no trouble, we were reeling them in steady.  We caught a total of 7 mahimahi, 8 yellowfin, and 8 skipjack tuna (aku).  Great catch ladies!  It was a pleasure fishing with you.  Aloha Scot & Captain Steve


 Sat Mar 22, 2014   11:41:07 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
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Jen de Hay is on our 2014 scoreboard with her 19 pound Mahimahi.  Way to go Jen!  Pictured on left is Kathy Wise, holding the fin up.  


 Thu Mar 20, 2014   11:58:31 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Patty Corcoran, Tyler Stoltz, Christopher Stoltz, Caitlyn Stoltz, & Larry Stoltz caught 1 blue marlin, 5 mahimahi, 1 yellowfin, & 1 Aku
We left the harbor at 6am in 10-20 mph winds.  We headed to a buoy and hooked a small yellowfin tuna trolling by.  We came back with bait and hooked a mahimahi, and hooked a second one while we were reeling the first one in.  The mahimahi were biting good and everyone got to reel one in.  Then we jigged up a skipjack tuna, and as we were reeling it in, a marlin chased it all the way to the boat.  We landed the aku, and the marlin was staying behind the boat.  We threw out a bait on a heavy rig to the marlin, and he took it right away.  He took off like a bat out of hell and went crazy.  He took a lot of line and we had to chase him  This fish was foul hooked (hooked in the hump) so we had quite the fight on our hands.  More than two hours later and a little team effort, Tyler landed a 300 pound marlin, which puts him on our 2014 scoreboard.  Way to go Tyler!  No other bites on the way in, but the whales are still putting on a nice show.  It was a pleasure fishing with you all today.  Aloha Scot & Captain Steve


 Thu Mar 20, 2014   10:55:14 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
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Tyler Stoltz caught the first blue marlin of the year with the help of Larry Stoltz and Christopher Stoltz.  Good going guys!


 Thu Mar 20, 2014   2:16:37 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
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Taylor Stoltz caught a nice mahimahi


 Wed Mar 19, 2014   10:48:19 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Hayden Black, Mike Black, Linda Black, & Avery Black caught 1 ono, 10 mahimahi, 9 yellowfin, & 4 aku
We left the harbor right on time in 15-20 kph trades.  We headed to a buoy, baited up, and BAM, we had two marlins on.  It was on 60# test with 60# leader, which is too light for a marlin.  We lost one pretty fast and had the other one on for 15 minutes before it chaffed off.  We caught a skipjack tuna, put him out live on big leader, and tried to get the marlin to bite.  He took the bait then ran off with it.  Dang, that was a nice marlin!  We kept baiting but was only catching small yellowfin and skipjack tuna.  We headed down and out, saw some birds, and started catching mahimahi.  Then we spotted a cargo net and caught more mahimahi and yellowfin tuna.  The bites had slowed down and we were thinking of heading in, when we hooked one more fish.  Hayden reeled in a 16 pound ono, which puts him on our 2014 scoreboard.  Hayden also reeled in the most fish today.  Way to go Hayden!  No bites on the way in, but we saw whales galore.  Great catch guys!  Aloha Scot & Captain Steve


 Wed Mar 19, 2014   10:44:37 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
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Hayden Black is on our 2014 scoreboard with his 16 pound ono.  Way to go Hayden!


 Fri Mar 14, 2014   5:08:53 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Sheila Harris & Jim Harris caught 1 mahimahi, 3 yellowfin, and 9 aku
We left the harbor at daybreak in fairly light winds.  We headed to a buoy with no bites on the way.  We ran live around the buoy and hooked a mahimahi.  Jim did a great job reeling in a 12 pounder.  We baited some more, but nothing was biting, so we started to jig.  We caught 5 skipjack tuna right off the bat.  We had a couple double hookups and caught  4 more skipjack and three yellowfin tuna.  We hit the ledge on the way in, but nothing was biting.  We saw a huge school of dolphins and a few whales on the way in, but no other action.  It was a pleasure having you onboard, and hope to see you again.  Aloha Scot & Captain Steve


 Fri Mar 14, 2014   5:04:46 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
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Jim Harris caught a 12 pound mahimahi


 Mon Mar 10, 2014   11:07:04 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Rodger Hoffman, Ryan Raber, & Jeff Hoffman caught 4 yellowfin and 10 aku
Monday, March 10, 2014
We left the harbor at daybreak in 5-15 mph winds, and headed for a  buoy.  We ran live bait at the buoy, but no bites.  We started jigging, and caught 4 yellowfin and 10 skipjack tuna.  There were plenty of double hookups, which made for a whole lot of reeling action.  We headed out looking for something bigger, but found nothing.  Then we hit another buoy, but nothing there.  We went to a third buoy, but there were porpoise.  Bad News.  We had whales come close to the boat, but saw no other action.  That's fishing.  Aloha Scot & Captain Steve


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