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More Oahu, Hawaii Fishing Reports...

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 Tue Aug 27, 2002   4:02:59 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  David Roeder and friends from France Dameli Ncourt and Colin Oliver
Our day started of with a Marlin strike near the R buoy that screamed out half a spool of line and came off (bummer). Then we had a slam that may have been an Ahi in a dolphin school it came off too. Then a nice Ono hooked up and stayed on all the way to the boat, Colin reeled it in. The rest of the day was spent waiting for something to take off but nothing did. At least dinner will be Ono. Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Thu Aug 22, 2002   4:51:26 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Craig Cote and his son Evan
Our day was uneventful until a big Ono grabbed the outrigger 6 miles above the X buoy. Craig landed a nice 32 pounder with some effort. We then trolled on down to the II buoy where Scot baited up a 20 pound Mahi Mahi for Evan and a 25 pounder grabbed the center lure for Craig, we got them both thanks to Scot's quick reflexes. Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Tue Aug 20, 2002   6:44:12 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Gary French and Friend Jim, Capt Rusty and Scot
We caught our 1 Mahi-mahi at the II buoy first thing in the morning, then trolled down to the Waiane side to the V buoy. That is where we hooked up a really big Marlin. It jumped all over and almost spooled us. When she calmed down Gary and Jim took turns reeling and hand-lining and had her within 40 feet of the boat in about an hour. Then it took another hour to get her to finally come up. At gaff there was not much fight left in her, fortunately. Back at the harbor she tipped the scale at a whopping 835 pounds. That is a new boat record for us. It was a good thing Gary and Jim were big strong guys, they did a great job. And Scot did a real expert job at leader too. Congratulations guys. Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Mon Aug 19, 2002   3:53:45 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Nick Morris and friends
It was a slow day with only small baits until we got to the traps and baited up 7 small Mahi and 1 stickfish.


 Fri Aug 16, 2002   4:44:08 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Nate Lord and sons Peter and Nat, friends Ben and Kate Pola
Nat got to reel in the biggest fish today a 16 pound Ono. We had a few other Ono strikes that did not stay on. They got to reel in some teeny 6 inch long Aku (great for bait) and Ben caught one 7 pound Aku. On the way home we baited the traps and got 10 small Mahi Mahi (always fun to catch and eat). Back at the harbor I always offer fish eyeballs to our anglers (I eat them all the time). Todays crew all ate eyeballs (even Kate) and Ben even ate 2. You guys were good fun. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Thu Aug 15, 2002   5:26:32 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Jon Schneider, Capt Rusty and Scot
Jon Schneider on his second trip this week bettered his biggest Ono ever by catching a 36 pounder. He also caught Onos weighing 32 and 20 pounds. Rounding out his catch Jon also landed a 22 pound Mahi Mahi. All this action took place on the tip of Kaena Pt. in 150 to 200 feet of water. Jon is one of the most avid fishermen we have taken out, and is a pleasure to fish with. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Wed Aug 14, 2002   5:15:43 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Bruce Wilcox and family
Bruce got an early start catching a 26 pound Ono at 6 A M . It was a cloudy rainy day with very light winds, making for smooth sailing. We had several more Ono hits that didnt stick and we even lost a lure to one of them. on our way back we stopped at the crab traps and caught 7 small Mahi Mahi on bait. Then right outside the harbor we found the porpoise and they put on a great show, capping of a fun day.


 Tue Aug 13, 2002   5:11:39 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  John Murray, wife Annett and Mary
John and his Family started the day of with a classic show from a really big school of porpoise, they were all around us and putting on a great show. Then crossing the tip of Kaena Pt. in 150 feet of water John caught a 37 pound Ono. We trolled on down to the R Bouy and back with no hits . But once we got back to Kaena Pt. Annett caught a 20 pound Ono. On our way back we caught Mary some small Mahi Mahi at the crab traps. A fun day all around.


 Mon Aug 12, 2002   3:56:46 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Jon Schneider and Scot
Jon had the whole boat to himself,and things started off with 4 small Mahi Mahi at the II Bouy first thing in the morning, then we looked all over the place going out 27 miles and finding nothing. Then we came to the tip of Kaena Pt. and a 27 pound Ono grabbed the corner lure in 80 feet of water. This was Jons first Ono ever.


 Sat Aug 10, 2002   5:03:16 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Scot Danny and Bill
Danny Guzman and his friend Bill had a good time today catching 2 onos and  8 small Mahi Mahi. We had a famous boxing celebrity aboard who declined to have his picture posted here.


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