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 Tue Aug 4, 2015   11:00:40 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Nick Pirrotta, Glen Pirrotta, & Jon Schneider caught 17 mahimahi
We left the harbor at 5:30 am in 15-20 kph trades.  We headed to a buoy, trolled by, but no bites.  We came back with bait, took a double strike, and landed them both.  We continued baiting and catching mahimahi, one after another.  We caught a total of 17 mahimahi, then it was time to head home.  No bites on the way back to the harbor, but we know what we are all having for dinner tonight.  Great angling men!  We had a great time fishing with you and look forward to your next trip.  Aloha, Scot & Captain Steve


 Wed Jul 29, 2015   5:11:59 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Sergio San Pedro, Ian San Pedro, Zane San Pedro, Paul Sund, Wyatt San Pedro, & Jack Sund caught 1 mahi mahi and 2 barracuda
We left the harbor a little after 5 am in 5-15 kph trades.  We headed to our favorite area, had a strike on the way, but it didn't stick.  Then we spotted some mahimahi jumping, so we headed over and ran bait.  We got a hookup and Sergio reeled in a 7 pound mahimahi.  We set out more baits and took another hit, but it stole our bait and got away.  A little while later our outrigger took a hit.  Paul jumped in the chair and landed a 19 pound barracuda.  We set more baits and hooked another fish.  Ian hopped in the chair and battled in an 18 pound barracuda.  A little while later we had another bite, but it came off hook.  No other strikes, but a real fun day for all.  We look forward to fishing with you again.  Aloha, Scot & Captain Steve


 Tue Jul 28, 2015   3:03:42 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Ken Athans Jr, Wendy Athans, & Ken Athans Sr caught 4 mahi mahi & 1 kawa kawa
We left the harbor right on time in 5-15 kph trades.  We headed to our fishing grounds and took a hit on the way.  Ken hopped in the chair and reeled in an 8 pound kawa kawa (wavy back skipjack tuna).  We started running bait and had something steal a few.  A little later, our 50# rod had a hookup.  It took a lot of line, then broke our wire leader.  We reset the lines, had a double mahimahi hookup, and landed them both.  Not much later we had another mahimahi strike and Wendy reeled in a 15 pounder.  A little while later we got another mahimahi strike, and Ken reeled in an 23 pounder.  No other bites, but we know what's for dinner tonight!  Hope to see you again.  Aloha, Scot & Captain Steve


 Mon Jul 27, 2015   2:12:52 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Andrew Klingemann, Tom Klingemann, & Will Klingemann caught 2 mahimahi and 2 ono
We left the harbor at 5:15 am in 5-15 kph trades.  We headed to our favorite inshore fishing spot, ran bait, and took a double strike.  Andrew landed a 15 pound mahimahi and Tom battled in a 29 pound ono.  Alright!  We kept baiting and awhile later took another strike.  Will jumped in the chair and reeled in a 14 pound mahimahi.  We missed a couple other bites, then it was time to head home.  We set our trolling lines, headed towards the harbor, then the center came down.  Tom hopped in the chair and landed a 10 pound ono.  Great angling men!  It was a pleasure fishing with you and hope to see you again.  Aloha Scot & Captain Steve


 Fri Jul 24, 2015   2:35:06 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Matthew Starkey & Steven Starkey caught 1 mahimahi & 1 ono
We left the harbor right on time in 15-20 kph trades.  We headed towards a buoy and ran bait.  We got a few bites, lost a couple hooks, and the others just got away.  We came back with wire leaders, but then they wouldn't bite.  We decided to head out to look for something better.  We stumbled upon a rubbish pile and hooked a mahimahi followed by an ono.  We landed them both.  Dinner just got good!  We tried baiting some more, but no other bites. It was a pleasure fishing with you, and hope to see you again.  Aloha, Scot & Captain Steve.


 Thu Jul 23, 2015   12:54:44 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Robert Neborsky, Joseph Rothengast, Barry Schlansky, & Melissa Neborsky caught 1 ono & 1 aha
We left the harbor at 5am in fairly light winds.  We ran the 30 fathom line, and after a 40 minute troll we hooked an ono.  Joseph took the chair and the battle was on.  Ten minutes later Joseph had a 37 pound ono onboard.  Alright!  We switched to bait and had another bite.  Melissa jumped in the chair and reeled in a 10 pound aha (poor man's marlin).  A little while later we had a double bite.  One stuck and Barry hopped in the chair and began reeling.  It looked to be another ono or a barracuda.  It was almost to the boat, when it came off hook and got away.  Bummer!  No other bites on the way back to the harbor, but these folk will be eating well tonight.  Hope to see you again.  Aloha, Scot & Captain Steve


 Mon Jul 20, 2015   12:55:29 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Bob Nystrom, Matthew Owens, Ryan Nystrom, Joshua Owens, & Marcus Owens caught 3 mahimahi
We left the harbor right on time in 5-15 kph trades.  We headed to a buoy and ran some baits.  We hooked a mahimahi and Marcus reeled in a 19 pound bull.  We ran some more baits and got another hookup.  Bob landed a 14 pound mahimahi.  We set up again and took another strike.  Ryan took the chair and reeled in a 13 pound mahimahi.  No more bites, so we headed out, then down the ledge.  We ran bait at the point and had a couple nibbles, but nothing stuck.  No bites on the troll home, but these guys will be eating mahimahi for the next few nights.  Hope to see you again.  Aloha, Scot & Steve


 Sun Jul 19, 2015   3:14:17 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Zack Hoover, Mason Hoover, & SN Stearns caught 14 mahimahi & 1 ono
We left the harbor a little before 5am in 10-20 kph trades.  We headed to a buoy with no strikes on the way.  We trolled the buoy but no bites.  We headed up and took a double strike.  Zack and Mason each landed a mahimahi.  We set up again and a short while later we hooked another.  Stearns reeled in a mahimahi.  Not much later we hooked an ono.  Mason hopped in the chair and battled in a 23 pound ono.  Alright!  There was no time for photos as we started catching mahimahi one after the other.  We also had a few ono stikes, but lost them.  We caught a total of 14 mahimahi and one ono.  Great fishing men!  Happy Birthday to Zack!  It was a pleasure nailing mahimahi with you again and would love for it to become an annual event.  Aloha, Scot & Captain Steve


 Sun Jul 12, 2015   12:58:14 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Colten Raymond, Richard Raymond, & Jonathan Martin caught 3 mahimahi
We left the harbor at 5am in light winds.  We headed to a buoy and put baits out.  We hooked a mahimahi and Colten reeled in a 14 pounder.  We ran more baits and hooked another mahimahi, this one on light tackle.  Jonathan hopped in the chair and battled in a 17 pound bull on 50# test.  It was a nice fight that ended well for Jonathan.  Alright!  We ran bait for awhile more, had another bite, and Richard landed a 13 pound mahimahi.  On the troll back to the harbor, our center came down, and it started taking line.  We were only hooked up for 2 minutes, it had taken 250 yards of line, then came off.  When we reeled in the line and inspected the lure, the badly chaffed leader confirmed it was a marlin.  Would have been nice to catch that marlin, but everyone will be eating mahimahi tonight, and it was a real fun day.  Great fishing men!  Aloha, Scot & Captain Steve


 Sat Jul 11, 2015   2:18:19 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Miho Shimada, Ken Hoshi, Hiroshi Sudo, & Tamae Sudo caught 2 mahimahi
We left the harbor at 5am in 10-20 kph trades.  We headed to a buoy and spotted a mahimahi.  We threw him a bait, hooked him, then lost him.  We hooked another mahimahi and Hiroshi reeled in an 11 pounder.  We came back with bait on light tackle and hooked another mahimahi.  Ken reeled in an 8 pounder.  We ran bait for awhile more, had some nibbles, but no hits.  We trolled by another buoy on the way back to the harbor, but no other strikes.  Everyone enjoyed the day and will be eating mahimahi tonight.  Hope to see you again.  Aloha, Scot & Captain Steve


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