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 Tue Nov 18, 2003   3:08:42 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Simon Renton, Philip Hamer, and Charles Renton caught one 363# marlin 6 small mahi and 1 ono and some aku and shibi for a clean sweep
We got going at our usual 5:00 departure time on this day of 25 mph trades going to the II buoy. There were 5 boats at the buoy when we got there so we went to the J buoy and caught some live baits and ran them. It didn't take long before a greedy marlin came in and ate both of our baits and hooked up on both of them. She did not jump around at all, just came up and shook her head and was there. Both Philip and Simon each had a part in reeling her in, it was tag team without the tags. So she came to the boat in about 20 minutes or so and was fairly calm untill we went to conk her and then she thrashed around and the meat hook came out and was flying around untill it slammed into the transom and stuck. That was a bit on the wild side. She also broke one of our gaffs in the process. Then we went back to the II and then in to the crab traps and got one small ono and 5 small mahi. Then one more mahi just as Scot went to clear lines. In the harbor Simon gave it a good go at eating a marlin eyeball, but it was too big, so they all ate mahi eyes instead. These guys did great, they handeled the rough water, and a big marlin too, good going. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Mon Nov 17, 2003   5:53:34 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Koa Enriquez and Dino Miranda had fun catching 19 mahi and 12 shibi and 4 onos
We got a 5:00 start going to the J buoy on this day of 20 mph trades. At the J we caught 2 small onos on the first pass and the 42 pound shibi on the second pass. Scot then baited up 2 mahi, Then we went up to the X buoy where we got 3 big mahi and some smaller ones too. then back down to the J and on down to the II where we baited up some 10 pound shibi on the light rods, and got about 10 more small mahi too. Altogether we had one full bag or about 400 pounds of fish. A great day for a holoholo day. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Fri Nov 7, 2003   3:55:35 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Donna Borman,and Mike Dixon caught 2 mahi Donnas one went 30 pounds
We got going at 5:00 on this day of 20 mph trades going to the X buoy. At the x we caught some small aku and shibi and ran them live, no takers, so we went out and down towards the J buoy. On the way we found an open school of mahi and Scot hooked one up but it managed to break the line. Then we went towards the II and found another school and Donna got a nice big wahine mahi. On our way in we got one small mahi at a crab trap buoy. These folks did great, we get to try again on monday. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Thu Nov 6, 2003   4:40:24 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Jay Rollins, and Brian Parberry caught 1 marlin 230# and one big bully at 52 pounds and a small mahi and aku and shibi
We got a 5:00 start on this day of 20 mph trades going to the X buoy. We got some nice little aku and shibi and ran them live but there was nobody there to eat them so we went outside. We found some birds and took a triple aku and got one 12 pounder. Then we went down towards the J buoy and hooked up our marlin. It screamed out 500 yards of line and never jumped once. Jay and Brian did a tag team fight and had it to the boat in about 35 minutes. It was not a problem at gaff. Then we went to the II buoy and took a mahi hit that came off, so we baited. Scot then baited up a small mahi. Then a big mahi came around and Scot teased it into eating a 1 pound aku, and jay did a great job of reeling it in. It is a new year to date record mahi. Back in tne harbor Brian was game to eat an eyeball out of the marlin. Great day of fishing. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Tue Nov 4, 2003   3:36:14 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Patrick Kelly, and Rebecca Rezendes caught 10 mahi the biggest one a 38 pounder, and 0ne ono and 2 10# shibi
We got a 5:00 start on this day of 20+ trades going to the X buoy. We took a slam that came off on our first pass, so we caught 2 live aku and with them out a 25 pound mahi inhaled one and Rebecca reeled it in. Then we went outside and found some birds but they exploded before we got to them. We went to the J buoy next and got one small mahi and one small ono there. Then on our way to the II buoy we found and open school of mahi and got two big ones on bait. At the II we got some more small mahis. then on the way in we took a double shibi and got them both. In the harbor both Patrick and Rebecca ate shibi eyeballs. These folks were great they handeled the wild seas real well. They are seaworthy to the max. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Mon Nov 3, 2003   3:58:21 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Brian Parberry, and Jay Rollins caught 9 mahi the biggest one a 30 pounder
We got going at 5:00 on this day of 20 mph trades going to the J buoy. We took a strike on our first pass but it came off. Scot then baited up a nice mahi on light line. We ran live baits around for awhile but not takers, so we went ot the x bouy and caught a mahi on our first pass. Then ran live baits around but nothing came in on them so we headed back in and caught 7 more mahi at a crab trap outside the harbor one of them a 30 pound wahine on light line. Then with only 2 miles to go to the harbor we took an ono hit that cut the lure off on the run. In the harbor Brian was game to eat an eyeball from a mahi. They did great. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Sat Nov 1, 2003   1:38:06 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  The Caspillo family Tom, Kendal, Logan, and Micky, and Jeff and Ambryn Finstad caught one 350 pound marlin and 2 mahi and some small aku and shibi
We got going at 5:00 on this day of 15 mph trades going to the J buoy. On our first pass at the j we took a mahi slam and Logan reeled it in a nice 30 pound wahine. Then Scot baited up a smaller mahi and we got it. Then we went up towards the X buoy and at 3 miles away we took a slam on the center and Scot had to go freespool the lure back to the marlin that was following it and hooked it up. It took out 400 yards of line in a hurry, We got Jeff in the chair and he worked on it for awhile then he let Tom take over, for awhile. When Tom got tired Jeff got back in the chair and with some help got this big beast to the boat, where it was relatively easy at gaff. the fight took all of 45 minutes. It was a real team effort. Back in the harbor the fish got to keep their eyeballs this time. These folks did great, considering the wokout they got , good going. One hell of a nice marlin. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Thu Oct 30, 2003   2:39:40 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Sara and Brad Peters and Jessica and Neal Beer caught one big mahi 32# and some small aku and shibi
We got a 5:00 start on this day of 15 mph trades going to the II buoy. We got some small aku and shibi there and then went up to the J buoy. From the J we went outside and found one aku pile of small aku, that did not bite so we went back to the J. We caught more small aku and shibi and ran them live. Just as we were getting ready to leave our big mahi ate a live aku long on the rigger and Brad did a good job reeling it in. Back in the harbor Brad was the only one bold enought to eat an eyeball out of his mahi, good going. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Wed Oct 29, 2003   3:15:02 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Rodger Huesinkvelt caught one nice ono 23# and 7 small mahi and some aku and shibi
We got going at 5:00 on this day of 15 mph se winds going to the II buoy. We got some small aku and shibi at the II, then went up to the J. As we trolled away from the J we took a ono hit and Rodger reeled it in and we got it. Then we went up to the X buoy and then outside where we found a 5 gallon jug floating , but there was nobody home. So we headed back in and got 7 small mahi on a set of crab traps all on one pass. Back in the harbor Rodger was game to eat an eye ball. It was a fun day for Rodger. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Tue Oct 28, 2003   2:56:14 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Pat and Alf Farn, and Gerry and Doreen Lefler caught one big 42 pound mahi and one small ono
We got a 5:00 start on this day of 15 mph sw winds going to the X buoy. The shibi did not bite at the x so we went outside and  took an ono hit and got it. We looked for the floater the ono may have been around but did not find it. We went back to the J buoy and started to bait when our big mahi grabbed the outrigger lure and hooked up as we were in neutral. Gerry reeled it in and we got it. It was a lucky hookup. All the eyeballs stayed in the fish today. Aloha Capt Rusty


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