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More Oahu, Hawaii Fishing Reports...

2003 :    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17  
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 Mon Oct 27, 2003   3:41:45 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Glenn Smith, and Jim O'Boyle caught 0ne 70 pound stripped marlin and one ono and 2 mahi
We got a 5:30 start on this day of 15 mph winds going to the II buoy. We got some small aku and shibi and then went to the J buoy. At the J Scot baited up two small mahi on the light rods and we got them both. Then we went to the X buoy, we got 2 shibi there then trolled outside and took a stripped hit that stayed on and Jim did a great job reeling it in. Then we went to a floater that some other boats were at and got one ono and lost one. On our way in we took a marlin hit that screamed out 400 yards of line and came off, bummer. In the harbor only I ate an eyeball out of the marlin. This was our first clean sweep of the year. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Fri Oct 24, 2003   3:58:53 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Jason Browning, Tony Reheiser, and Ken and Brenda Browning caught one big mahi and one small ono and some small aku and shibi
We got a 5:30 start on this day of 10 mph winds going to the II buoy. At the buoy we caught some small aku and shibi, and ran them live. Then a big mahi came in and ate a one pound aku and hooked up. Tony reeled it in very well. Then we went to the J buoy, nobody home there. We went on up towards the X buoy and between the buoys we had a nice size marlin grab the corner and come off , then it slammed the rigger and took some line and came off, bummer. At the X buoy we hooked up and caught a small ono on our first pass. No other hits on the way in. In the harbor Ken and Jason both ate mahi eyeballs eagerly. These guys did good. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Wed Oct 22, 2003   3:23:51 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  The West Family Steve, Dick, and Jeff caught one big aku and 1 mahi and 2 shibi
We got a 5:15 start on this day of 15 mph se winds going to the X buoy. Nothing at the X so we went to the LL buoy. Scot baited up a mahi at the LL we got it. Then we jigged for some small shibi and hooked a mahi on a shibi as we reeled it in, it came off. Then we trolled back down and took a double big aku and only one stayed on, and we got it. Outside Kahuku point we took a marlin hit but it came off. Back in the harbor Jeff and Dick both ate eyballs. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Mon Oct 20, 2003   4:54:36 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Matt and Kelli Maletta, and Dave Appenzeller had a great time catching 23 mahi and one 140 pound marlin
We got a prompt start at 5:00 on this day of light winds going to the area between the X and LL. We took two hits from a marlin but they only slammed the riggers and came off. At 3 miles from the X the corner pole screamed and we had a marlin on and jumping all over. It took out 400 yards of line jumping all the way, a real great show. Then it was Kelli in the chair, with some help from Dave and Matt she had it to the boat in about 25 minutes. It came up very calmly, and had a great light up. Then we chased around some big aku but they did not bite for us. We went to the X and Scot baited up 3 mahi on light line. Then on down to the J buoy where a bunch of mahi came out when we baited, they just kept comming. It was wild action with one after another hooking up. These folks did great, with fish all over the decks and fish blood flying. Back in the harbor Kelli was bold enough to eat an eyeball out of her marlin, the guys ate mahi eyes. It was a great day, these are some real fishing people. The shot from the water did not come out good enough. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Sat Oct 18, 2003   3:16:09 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Derek, Chad, and Kieth Butler, and Gail Jenkins caught one marlin 133 pounds and 1 mahi and some small aku and shibi
We got going at 5:00 on this day of 15 mph winds going to the X buoy. Nothing going on at the x so we went out 27 miles and only found a small crate floating with no fish. Back in at 5 miles from the J we found a big aku pile, they were busting all around us but not biting. We followed them for an hour and finally a mahi grabbed the rigger and Derek reeled it in. Then we headed for the II buoy and hooked our marlin up, it put on a good show, screaming out 300 yards of line. Chad started in the chair, but let Derek take over after awhile. This fish had an exceptionally long and brilliant light up when we adjusted it's attitude. On to the II where we got some small aku and shibi. In the harbor only I ate eyeballs. These folks had a good time. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Thu Oct 16, 2003   3:00:42 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Chrissy and Jim Drott caught 3 nice mahi
We got a 5:00 start on this day of 20 mph trades going to the X buoy. On our first pass we took a double mahi and got both of them. We came back with bait and had some hits that did not stay on. Then we had a big mahi grab our aku teaser jump and come off. Then we hooked 2 nice big mahi and got one and lost one at the boat. We made more passes but they were over us so we headed in and found some birds but took no hits. In the harbor Jim was game to eat a mahi eye, alright. These folks did great. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Wed Oct 15, 2003   3:40:58 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Greg and Pat Colvin, Mellisa and Brandon Elhers, and Charlie Mullaney caught 6 big mahi
We got a 5:00 start on this day of 20 mph trades going to the J buoy. At the J there was nobody home, so we went to the II buoy. The small shibi and aku were there, the second one we hooked up was eaten by something before we could reel it in. Then our live bait was chopped in half by an ono. The next pass by the buoy about 10 big mahi came out and started eating every thing we put out. It was wild action as Scot hooked up one after another untill we had 6 on. Pat got the biggest one a 35 pound wahine. It was what we call controlled pandemoneum, we got all 6. Back in the harbor Greg and Brandon and Charlie ate the ritual eyeballs. These were some very seaworthy folks to handel the waters today, you guys did great. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Tue Oct 14, 2003   3:10:13 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Ryan Houck, Harry Empting, Aaron Miicoy, and Anthony Empting caught 5 nice mahi
We got a 6:00 start on this day of 20 mph trades going above the X buoy. We went to 8 miles above the X and found nothing, so we went back to the X and Scot hooked up 2 mahi on bait and we got them both. Then we went down to the J buoy and Scot hooked up 3 more mahi on light line, and the guys did a great job reeling them in. No hits on the way in. In the harbor all the guys participated in the eyeball eating ritual, alright. These guys did great handeling the rough ride we had on the way up in the morning. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Mon Oct 13, 2003   3:57:18 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Lloyd Ickes had fun catching a bunch of small shibi
We got a 6:00 start on this day of 25 mph trades going to the II buoy. We got a lot of small shibi at the buoy and then went outside to 17 miles. We saw some good looking bird piles but did not take any hits in them. We went back to the II and got some more shibi and ran them live, no takers. It was a rough day and Lloyd handeled it well. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Sat Oct 11, 2003   3:05:03 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Trudy and Harold Burns, Kaydawn Mecham, and Cindy Tecca caught some small shibis and 3 small kawakawa and lost a shark
We got a 5:30 start on this day of 25 mph trades going to the II buoy. At the buoy we caught some small shibi and ran them live and a shark ate one and jumped out of the water when it hooked up. Cindy fought it for a while before it cut the line. We then went down to the V buoy and got 3 small kawakawa. We took a marlin slam near the V but it came off, bummer. No hits on the way back. In the harbor everyone except Kaydawn ate shibi eyeballs, Harold even had 2. These folks were seaworthy on this rough day. Trudy, let Harold make the spud gun, please. 2 or 4. Aloha Capt Rusty


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