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More Oahu, Hawaii Fishing Reports...

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 Wed Sep 28, 2005   3:20:43 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  David Doan caught 1 big 41# shibi 9 mahi 2 ono and aku
We got underway at 5:00 on this day of 25 kph trades going to a far away buoy. At the buoy when we baited we got our big shibi. Then we baited alot more but no big ones came up. So we set up and trolled, and before long we found a rope floating. We got 2 small onos there, then on out again. We found a small net and got 7 mahi there, it was some fast action for Dave. Then we found an open school and Scot baited up 2 big mahi one a 43 pound bully, Dave did a great job on it. In the harbor I was the only one to eat an eyeball. Good going Dave. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Tue Sep 27, 2005   3:39:32 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Sajin Kim, Gabe Wood, Bruce Safley, and Aimee Kim caught 1 marlin 180 pounds 5 big shibi and some aku
We got going at 5:00 on this day of 20 kph trades going to a buoy far away. At the buoy we took a triple 8 pound akus and got 2. Next pass a triple aku and got 2. Then we jigged and got no bites. When we baited Scot hooked a few small shibi. Next pass we got 3 big ones on and got 2 of them. We got a few on bait and then a few more on our secret weapons. The action was wild for a few passes there, that was as good as it gets for awhile. On our way in a marlin first hit one rigger then hooked up solidly on the other rigger and proceded to jump and run all over the place, it took out almost 500 yards real fast. When it settled down we got Bruce in the chair, he worked on it for a while, then tapped Gabe who came in with a fresh arm. After a workout in the chair for 15 minutes or so Gabe tapped Sajin. He finished the job reeling in the hard part right at the boat and the last 150 yards. It came up easy at gaff, relatively. These folks did great today on all these fish on this rough day of big seas. In the harbor only Sajin was bold enough to swallow an eyeball out of a 30 pound big eye tuna, I like it. Good going guys Aloha Capt Rusty


 Wed Sep 21, 2005   1:26:45 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Bob Beckman, and Marty Cooper caught 1 mahi 1 ono and 7 shibi
We got going at 5:00 on this day of 15 kph trades going to a buoy far away. At the buoy we put out our secret weapons and the big shibi were blasting them, we got 7 then they quit. When we baited we got one small shibi and got bit off by a shark. When we jigged we got no hits so we set up and trolled away. We found an open school and got one big bully in it. As we went down the ledge we hooked an ono and Marty got it. These guys did good today. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Tue Sep 20, 2005   1:32:20 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Gene Jenkins, Betsy Jenkins, Andrew Jenkins, Tom Goodall, and James Goodall caught 1 shark 1 mahi 2 1/2 shibi and 5 aku
We got under way at 5:00 on this day of 15 kph trades going to a buoy far away. At the buoy we jigged and hooked a big shibi on 40 and the sharks had their way with it on the way in, we got the head. When we baited we got a small shibi, then a mahi came in and Scot baited it up and we got it. We jigged and caught some aku and shibi, then we had a screamer on 80 but it got cut of by a shark. We hooked a shark on 80 and got it all the way to the boat and it broke line right there. Back in the harbor only James was bold enough to eat an eyeball. These folks did great today. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Mon Sep 19, 2005   1:03:42 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Michelle Myers, Andy Myers, Kyndra Roberts, Caleb Myers, and Nick Masters caught 1 ono and 1 aku
We got started at 5:00 on this day of 15 kph trades going to my old favorite buoy. At the buoy we hooked our ono on bait as we reeled in the big lines and got it. Then we jigged but got no bites, we baited and nothing came in so we set up and trolled outside. We found a school of mahi but they did not bite for us. Then we went back inside and found several aku schools but only got one before the schools went down. Back in the harbor everyone but Michelle was bold enough to eat an eyeball, I like it. These folks did real well today. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Thu Sep 15, 2005   1:06:13 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Ed Schoppman, and Tim Stamey caugh 1 mahi 3 aku and some small shibi
We got going at 5:30 on this day of 25 kph trades going to my old favorite buoy. We had a mahi make a move on our center lure but did not hit it. We jigged and caught some small shibi and ran 2 live. When we baited a mahi came in and Scot baited it up but it came off right away. We set up and trolled and found a massive aku pile and caught 3 aku in it. We had a mahi strike in the blind and it was on for a short time then it jumped and came off. Just outside the harbor we got a small mahi. In the harbor both guys ate eyeballs out of the aku, I like it. These guys did great on this rough windy day. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Wed Sep 14, 2005   12:20:22 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Crystal and James West caught 2 big mahi and a shark too
We got going at 5:00 on this day of 25 kph trades going to my old favorite buoy. At the buoy we jigged and caught some small shibi and ran 2 live. Before long a shark came in and ate one, but it cut the line, so the next bait was on a wire. A shark came in and ate it and James reeled it in and we tagged it and let it go. Then we set up to troll and found a open school of mahi just outside the buoy, Scot baited up 2 nice big mahi on whole shibi and we got them both. As we trolled back uphill we had a marlin hit the center but it came right off. We found some aku schools on the inside but got no bites there. These folks did great on this wildly rough day of big seas, good going. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Mon Sep 12, 2005   2:06:12 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Bob Rees and Koji Takao caught 1 mahi 1 aku and some small shibi
We got going at 7:00 on this day of 25 kph trades going to my old favorite  buoy. We went outside to 17 miles and got a mahi hit in an open school but it did not stay on. A small mahi hit the rigger and we got it as we came in toward the buoy. At the buoy we jigged and caught a few small shibi and ran one live. A marlin showed up on our bait right a way, but it only looked at it and did'nt get excited and eat it. So we baited and nothing showed up, except a school of porpoise that came in and ate our  live bait off the hook. On that note we set up and trolled, on our first pass near the buoy we took a double marlin hits on the riggers, both of them came off, bummer. Back in the harbor no eyes were consumed. Bob is a top notch fishing guide from Oregon we have a link to his site on our links page. Koji is an old friend of mine from Fresno, they both did great today, good going men. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Mon Sep 5, 2005   2:27:10 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Julie Umble, Herb Buettner, Matthew Buettner, Rich Umble, and Sandra Buettner caught 1 marlin that was 166 pounds
We got going at 6:00 on this ady of 25 kph trades going to the west side. We found lots of birds just around the point but took no hits on our light line. As we went out and down we found some porpoise with birds on them, but got no hits in them. Then the center rigger slamed and screamed long and hard, as we got all the lines reeled in it had 350 yards of line out. Just then it finally jumped right next to the boat, and broke line right then, bummer. This fish was big and had created a huge belly in our line and broke line due to the drag of all that line pulling through the water. We worked that area for the rest of our day no more hits. On our way home 6 miles from the harbor on the 40 fathom ledge we hooked up this nice marlin. It was a wild thing, it was doing back flips and generally going wild on the end of our line, it settled down and we got Matt in the chair. This fish had run out almost 500 yards of line, after a while Matt tapped Rich and the tag team was on. Then it was Herb's turn in the chair and he finished it off fast, and it was easy at gaff, good going men. In the harbor Matt and Herb were bold enough to eat a man sized eyeball out of this marlin, alright. This pose was their idea, I like it, gives good perspective of the size of the fish. Oh yea this fish had no bill Scot's hand is over a small stump of a bill. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Fri Sep 2, 2005   1:04:54 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Carl and Lee Wyatt caught 1 shark 1 rainbow runner and some aku
We got going at 4:30 on this day of 15 kph trades going to  buoy far away. On our first pass we took a triple small aku and got one. Then we jigged and caught some small aku and ran one live and a shark ate it promptly, and Carl got it in nice and fast. When we baited Scot hooked a good size rainbow runner and we got it past the sharks. Between the birds and sharks it is hard to get a bait down to the fish. Then Carl hooked a small mahi on a clark spoon and we got it. No hits on the way in, these folks did real good today. Aloha Capt Rusty


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