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More Oahu, Hawaii Fishing Reports...

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 Wed Nov 6, 2002   3:00:40 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Jay Poplawski and Scot
Today we went to the II buoy first and got some small aku and ahi on this flat day then we went to the J buoy same small bait only. Then we went outside way outside like 33 miles and didn't see any thing good, so we came back to the II buoy and low and behold there was Mahi-mahi there. Scot managed to bait up 3 nice fat ones all at once and Jay did a great job reeling them in. Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Sat Nov 2, 2002   7:39:48 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Bill, Jamie Davis, Shane, and Mark
Today we went to the II buoy and caught some small ahi for bait and a 22 pound Mahi ate one right away, Jamie got to reel that one in. Then we went up to the J buoy and got some more bait, then on out into the deep. At 30 miles out we found a 5 gallon bucket, all old and crusty and holding some Mahi. Scot baited up 5 in one pass and we got 2 trolling, then they were gone, it was fun while it lasted. We trolled out a little more and took a double Mahi in the blind and got 2. On the way in we took a ono strike and got a 10 pound Ono. In the harbor Bill was the only one bold enough to have an eyeball with me. It is always fun to take Jamie and his gang out, they do love to fish, they are regulars with us. Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Thu Oct 31, 2002   4:44:49 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Bob Shegrud, Jay Wall, Joel Shegrud, and Randall Farrell
Our day started off with a nice big Mahi on our first pass by the II buoy, Joel reeled it in. Next pass a nice big female Mahi bit the other outrigger and Bob reeled it in. Then Scot baited up 3 more smaller ones, for a real nice start. We then caught some small Ahi and headed up to the J buoy. There we got a bunch of small tunas and 5 aku. On the way in we found an open school and got 2 more big Mahi. At the harbor none of the guys were into eyeballs but two of their lady folk were. These guys loved to fish I'm glad the fish cooperated so well. Aloha Capt. Rusty.


 Mon Oct 28, 2002   5:49:22 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Alan Blakman and Mary Clarke
We went to the LL buoy one more time and this time only caught one 8 pound barracuda there as we trolled away. On the way to the X buoy we found a school of small aku and caught 10 of them. At the X we caught some 2 pound aku and ahi and a 7 pound Ono. On the way in we saw a mahimahi but it would not bite anything for us. In the harbor Alan indulged in the eyeball pupus with me. It was good fun fishing with these folks. Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Sat Oct 26, 2002   5:37:08 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Steve Manser, Richard Manser and Troy Davis
We did the 4 am start up to the LL buoy and the big ahi were not home. We caught 2 shebie 10 pounds each and some smaller ones, then on down to the X buoy, where we caught one more 10 pound shebie and some small aku. We even tried the crab traps for a shark but none wanted to play with us. In the harbor all the guys joined me in the eyeball eating ritual, I like it. Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Wed Oct 23, 2002   5:41:39 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Scot Spencer, Dino Miranda and Capt. Rusty Spencer holding an 80 pound Ahi in his teeth
Our commercial fishing day started at 4 am, on a 25 mph windy day to the LL buoy. We took a double Ahi on our first pass, one 80 and one 50 pounder. Then Scot and Dino baited up 10 more 45-50 pound Ahi some on 80 pound test some on 130. A 22 pound mahi ate our teaser and we got it. We trolled up some more Ahi and ended up with 15 big ones. On the way home we caught a 20 pound ono to end a great day. We had over 700 pounds of fish. Aloha Capt. Rusty.


 Tue Oct 22, 2002   6:20:10 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Jeremy Lewis and Jamie Porter
We went to the LL buoy today and there were bigger ahi there. Scot baited up 7 40 to 50 pounders and 2 smaller ones. We also hooked up a shark and reeled it in and cut it loose. The water was rough but they were troopers. Back at the harbor Jamie and Jeremy both joined me in eating eyeballs out of those big shebie I like it. Aloha Capt. Rusty.


 Mon Oct 21, 2002   6:10:12 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Greg McCall and Jim Lewis
Our day started off with a 30 pound Ono 10 minutes out of the harbor, Jim angled it perfectly. On out to the II buoy and caught some small aku and ahi and 2 small Mahi. Then up to the J buoy and got one more small Mahi there, then back to the II buoy where we lost 2 nice size Mahis on light line. Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Tue Oct 15, 2002   4:17:05 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Mike Holliday, Cheryl Sutton, Darrell Adkins and Kathryn Holliday
On this very calm day we went to the II buoy and caught a bunch of small Aku and Ahi for bait. Then on out into the deep looking for something bigger. We went out 24 miles and found one small Aku school that broke up when we got to it. On the way in we made a bait pass on the X buoy, nobody was home. As our last resort we baited the crab traps just outside the harbor and caught 3 small (3-5 pound) Mahi-mahi. A shark followed the last Mahi up to the boat and Scot hooked him up for Mike on 80 pound test. It was only a 5 foot shark but it was hooked in the belly so it gave Mike a real good fight. We took pictures and cut it loose. Back in the harbor everyone except Kathryn indulged in the ritual eating of the eyeballs. Darrell even had seconds. You guys were all good sports. Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Tue Oct 8, 2002   5:25:57 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Clint Holms, Sean Foley, Andrew Exnicies, Sean Davison
We went to the X buoy first and caught 7 small Mahi-mahi and some small ahi for bait. Then we went out 30 miles and found one open school and saw a Mahi-mahi swim away from the boat. So we went back to the X buoy and there were a few bigger Mahi around. We hooked a 25 pounder on 50 pound test, no leader. Clint did a good job fighting it to the boat only to have the line snap just before the gaff. We did get 3 medium and 3 more small Mahi-mahi on bait at the buoy. No strikes on the way in. At the harbor Clint and Andrew were bold enough to join me in a eye ball pupu. It was good fishing with these guys. Aloha Capt. Rusty


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