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More Oahu, Hawaii Fishing Reports...

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 Wed Oct 2, 2002   6:55:52 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  David, Jackie, Kyle & Kayla Scotka and Rob & Sandi Kapp
Our day started off at the II buoy where we caught one small mahi-mahi and 12 small aku and ahi. Then out to about 22 miles where we hooked up a striped marlin in the blind. David did a great job of fighting it. It weighed in at 103 pounds (in the picture it is hidden by all the ahi). Then we went over to where another boat had found a killer floater (it was 5 pieces of 8 inch pvc held together by 3 metal straps 18 feet long). On our first pass we took a 4 banger, all 45 pound ahi. We got all 4, not without the usual pandemonium. We continued to troll and got 4 more 40 pound Ahi and a few smaller ones. Then we tried baiting and Scot baited up 5 mahi-mahi, 18 to 23 pounders. At this point the fish stopped biting and in we came. At the harbor David was the only one game enough to join me in an eyeball pupu. Our total for the day was about 575 pounds of fish. Congratulations on a great day of fishing. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Sat Sep 28, 2002   4:12:15 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Joe Baglia and sons Joe and Nate
We went to the X buoy and caught a bunch of small aku and ahi (it is so nice that all our buoys are holding bait again). Then on out to an open school where Scot hooked one mahi-mahi on a small aku and one grabbed the center lure. The one on the lure came off right at the boat but the one on bait Joe jr. landed. We proceeded to go deep, out to 33 miles and found nothing. On the way in we went to the II buoy and got more small aku and ahi. They are fun on light tackle. No blind strikes on the way in. It was a fun day. Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Fri Sep 27, 2002   6:54:46 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Dan Tuttle and Scot
We started our day at the LL buoy catching some small aku and ahi then on down and out .  We found one open school and got one strike but it came off.  We ended up at 30 miles out at the same floating mass of algae we found 2 days ago.  We could only manage to get 5 mahi-mahi to bite, as the floater had been fished the day before.  We also trolled up 2 rainbow runners about 3 pounds each.  No strikes on the way in, back at 6.  Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Thu Sep 26, 2002   9:38:35 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Mark Coose, Mark Maria, Troy Swann, in the dark.
Our day started off with 4 medium Mahi-mahi from the LL buoy. Then we went down and out and found an open school and caught 2 big wahine (female) Mahi-mahi, one was 38 l pound s. and the other 33 pounds. We continued to follow where the birds led and finally came to a big bird pile at 30 miles out, that's where we found a floating patch of orange algae like stuff. Whatever it was, it was holding fish, we proceeded to catch 20 more Mahi-mahi, 2 small 8 pound Ahi and 3 small Aku. We found it at 12 noon and left it at 3 PM. On the way in Mark M. caught a 55 pound Ahi and Mark C. got a 20 pound Ono. It was almost dark when we got to the harbor that's why the photo is so dark. Mark M. ate the eye ball out of his big Ahi and the other guys ate smaller Mahi eyes. I like it. These guys were fun to fish with. Our total weight was almost 600 pounds of fish, congratulations. Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Tue Sep 24, 2002   8:50:40 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Capt Kirk, Princess Teresa and Tom
Our day started in the dark as usual and we got to see the space station zoom across the sky. The II buoy had some small Aku and Shiebi.  We caught 10 or so and ran some 3 pound Aku as live bait but there were no takers.  A school of porpoise came by and put on a show for us, jumping around the boat for awhile.  Then it was time to go deep, and we did go deep, out to 34 miles and found one open school and got one 27 pound Mahi-mahi and lost a bigger one right behind the boat.  By the way it was as flat as a lake all day.  A good time was had by all.  Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Sat Sep 21, 2002   3:34:42 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Dan Tuttle and Scot
We went to the II buoy first and saw a big Marlin busting on some bait right next to the buoy, but it would not bite for us, even on the tasty 2 pound Akus we ran as live bait. We got 8 small to bite size Aku at the buoy then on out to 28 miles. It was a blank until we found 1 Iwa (frigate bird) and a 25 pound Mahi-mahi grabbed the Center lure Dan did a good job on reeling her in. Then back to the II buoy where Dan had some fun catching more Aku on our spinning reel with 20 pound test. It is great to have the buoy holding bait again Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Wed Sep 18, 2002   10:12:19 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Capt Rusty and old friend Don Takao
Our day started off with a 23 pound Ono on our first pass by the X buoy. We then caught 5 small Mahi at the X and one big one. Then on out to about 25 miles out where we found a couple of small floating objects and got 5 more medium size Mahi-mahi. On the way in we found an open school of Mahi-mahi and got one big 34 pound bully out of it, to end up with 7 nice size Mahi, one Ono and 5 small Mahi. Don came to Hawaii from Fresno for some surf, but it was real small until he left then it got 4-6 feet the next day. See you next year with bigger surf and fish. Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Tue Sep 10, 2002   4:45:53 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Rick Fileman and Don and Eric Cummings
Our day started of with three Mahi-mahi strikes on our first pass by the II buoy, only one stayed on, but it was the biggest one at 35 pounds. Eric got to fight that one. Scot then baited up 3 more Mahi-mahi. Then they quit biting, so we went outside looking for more but found none. We came back to the II buoy and caught 3 more Mahi and some small bait size tunas. Then on the way in we baited the traps and hooked 2 sharks one small, and one so big that it broke the main line after a half hour fight. It was about 8 feet long. In the harbor Rick was the bold one that ate an eyeball.


 Sat Sep 7, 2002   5:12:43 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Jeff Hall, Jennifer, Arleen, and Carolyn Yamada
We got a casual start at 7 am and went down to the V bouy and caught 5 real small Aku then on down the coast seeing birds and porpoise all over the place but no strikes for us. It was a boring boat ride untill we baited the crab traps with those small Aku and we got 2 small Mahi Mahi and a 5 foot Shark. In the harbor I got Jeff to eat an eye ball after I ate one to show how good they are, the girls declined.


 Tue Sep 3, 2002   6:07:30 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Matt Arkins and Kip McDonald
It was one of those flat days when it is hard to get a strike. We went to the II buoy and lost a small Mahi on bait, then all the way down to the V buoy and caught 6 of the smallest Aku (7 inches long). Finally we found a massive school of porpoise they put on a good show jumping all around us, but the tunas that were with them did not bite for us. On the way home we stopped at a set of crab traps and baited up a small Mahi, while Matt was working on that a 6-foot shark hooked up on Kip's bait. We got Matt's Mahi and Kip got a good fight on 50pound test no leader. When Kip's shark came close we saw another shark so Scot put another bait out and hooked one for Matt. We took pictures and tagged and released them. At the harbor I got Matt to eat an eyeball from the Mahi but Kip would have no part of that. Aloha Capt. Rusty


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