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 Thu Jul 9, 2015   11:51:52 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Glenn Gunter, Rodger Frankiewich, Richard Marsh, & Albert Holt caught 1 marlin, 2 mahimahi, & 1 yellowfin
We left the harbor right at 5am in 15-25 kph trades.  We headed straight out looking for big fish.  Ten miles out, our center took a strike, but it didn't stick.  Then our outrigger took a hit, but it didn't stick either.  We headed to a buoy, ran a couple baits, and took a double mahimahi strike.  Rodger and Glenn each landed a 12 pound mahimahi.  We decided to switch back to trolling.   We set them up and headed out.  A bit later our corner took off and we had a marlin jumping.  Albert hopped in the chair and 50 minutes later, and a great job of reeling, Albert had a 152 pound marlin onboard.  Alright!  On the way back to the harbor, we hooked up and Richard reeled in an 18 pound yellowfin tuna.  Great catch everyone!  It was a super fun day and hope to fish with you again soon.  Aloha, Scot & Captain Steve


 Wed Jul 8, 2015   12:28:02 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Brian Cualina, Colleen Griffin, Greg Griffin, Lauren Griffin, Jonathan Steward, & Denise Steward caught 1 kawa kawa & 1 aha
We left the harbor around 5am in 10-20 kph trades.  We ran bait on the ledge, but no action.  We trolled to another spot and our center came down.  It took some line, then cut it and stole our lure.  Most likely a sneaky ono.  We got to our next spot and put some baits out.  We hooked up, Brian hopped in the chair, and began reeling.  Then we hooked another fish and Lauren began reeling it in.  Lauren landed a 10 pound aha (poor man's marlin).  Then Brian landed a 14 pound kawa kawa (wavy back tuna).  No other strikes on the way back to the harbor, but it was a real fun day.  We enjoyed fishing with you and hope to see you again.  Aloha, Scot & Captain Steve


 Tue Jul 7, 2015   8:35:09 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Luke, Ryan, Chelsea, & Russ caught 2 mahimahi
We left the harbor right on time in 15-25 kph trades.  We headed to a buoy with no bites on the way.  We came in with bait and hooked a mahimahi.  It jumped and came off hook.  Not much later we hooked another one.  Ryan took the chair and reeled in a 12 pound mahimahi.  Then we hooked another mahimahi on light tackle, which makes for a harder fight.  Russ hopped in the chair and battled in a 13 pound mahimahi.  We had a couple more bites, but they got away.  We headed down and ran bait on the ledge, but no action.  We saw some mahimahi on the troll home, but couldn't get them to bite.  It was a pleasure fishing with you again and look forward to your next trip.  Aloha, Scot & Captain Steve


 Fri Jul 3, 2015   10:03:24 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Brian Harris, Steve Mansor, Brandon McMillian, John Powell, Paul Bauer, & Royce Onisni caught 2 mahimahi &1 barracuda
We left the harbor at 5am in light winds.  We trolled to our fishing spot then switched to bait.  We hooked a mahimahi on the 50# test jigging pole.  It took off, taking a lot of line.  Steve put on the gimbal belt and fought it standing.  15 minutes later Steve had a 24 pound mahimahi onboard.  Alright!  We kept baiting and not much longer we took another strike.  Brandon hopped in the chair and reeled in a 20 pound barracuda.  We kept baiting and a while later hooked a mahimahi.  John jumped in the chair and reeled in a 17 pound mahimahi.  On the way back to the harbor, our corner took off with an ono.  It took some line then came off.  A real bummer since the guys were set on eating him tonight.  It was fun fishing with you again, and look forward to your next charter.  Aloha, Scot & Captain Steve  


 Thu Jul 2, 2015   4:08:16 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Candise Guerrero, Sergio Guerrero, Gisellle Guerrero, Oscar Marquez (front), Nicole Perkins, & Ralph Perkins caught 4 mahimahi & 2 ono
We left the harbor right at 5am in calm seas.  We followed some birds on the way to our fishing spot.  Our center came down and we hooked and landed a mahimahi.  We switched to bait and caught an ono.  Then we took a double mahimahi strike and landed them both.  We hooked and landed one more mahimahi, then it was time to head in.  On our way to the harbor, we landed an ono.  It weighed in at 21 pounds and will be enjoyed by all tonight.  Great catch everyone!  Aloha, Scot & Captain Steve


 Wed Jul 1, 2015   8:58:52 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Kevin Wagner, Kyle Wagner, & Zach Lueshen caught 4 mahimahi
We left the harbor a little before 5am in light winds.  We headed to our fishing spot, ran bait, and hooked a mahimahi.  Kevin took the chair and landed a 12 pounder.  We kept baiting and awhile later, hooked another mahimahi. Zach jumped in the chair and landed a 20 pounder.  We had some ono action in between, but couldn't get them to stick.  They would take line then come off hook, or just steal our bait and run.  We kept baiting and hooked another fish.  Kyle jumped in the chair and reeled in the biggest mahimahi of the day weighing in at 23 pounds.  Alright!  Not much later we had another strike and Kevin reeled in a 15 pound mahimahi.  On the way back to the harbor, we were taunted by another ono.  We'll get you next time, Mr. Ono!  Tonight's dinner will just have to be mahimahi.  Great fishing men.  Hope to see you again.  Aloha, Scot & Captain Steve


 Tue Jun 30, 2015   1:20:41 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Lori Broering, Kristi Broering, Dwight Boering, & Brittany Broering caught 4 mahimahi, 3 ono, & 1 kawa kawa
We left the harbor right at 5am in 5-15 kph trades.  We headed out, spotted some fish, and baited up.  We took a double strike but only one stuck.  Kristi jumped in the chair and landed a 35 pound mahimahi.  Nice start to the day!  We ran more baits and hooked another mahimahi.  Brittany hopped in the chair and landed it like a pro.  A little while later we took a double ono strike and landed them both.  We kept baiting and hooked two more mahimahi, one after another, and landed them both.  Alright!  We took another ono strike, reeled him all the way to the boat, then he spit out the hook, flipped us off, and swam away.  We kept baiting and hooked another ono, and landed this one.  Somewhere in the middle of all the action, we also landed a kawa kawa (wavy back skipjack tuna).  We missed a few bites today, but overall it was a fantastic day and everyone got to reel in a nice fish.  Lori caught the biggest ono of the day, weighing 27 pounds, and Kristi caught the biggest mahimahi at 35 pounds.  Great fishing everyone!  Hope to see you all again.  Aloha, Scot & Captain Steve    


 Sat Jun 27, 2015   1:21:50 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Team 17/Kuuloa Kai - Steve Shiraishi, Scot Spencer, Dino Miranda, & Eric Olson take 2nd place.
Day two of the North Shore Hanapa'a Jackpot Tournament we caught one 24 pound ono and a 14 pound mahimahi.  The mahi was below the 15 pound minimum weight, and didn't qualify.  Our marlin from yesterday was the biggest caught, and wins us a cash prize for biggest of the day, and biggest of the tournament.  Overall we took second place with 706 pounds of qualifying fish.  Congratulations to the Haunani on winning first place with 956 pounds!  The Six Shooter came in third with 704 pounds.  A little too close for comfort!  It made for an exciting two days of fishing, and was a ton of fun as always. Thanks to all the folks who make this annual tournament happen.   
Today would have been Captain Rusty's 63rd birthday.  We all felt Rusty watching over us, and hope he is proud.  


 Fri Jun 26, 2015   10:29:31 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Team 17 Hanapa'a Jackpot Tournament caught 1 Marlin & 1 Ono
Dino Miranda, Scot Spencer, Eric Olson, & Steve Shiraishi pictured with the Hanapa'a Queen and day one's catch of a 652.5 pound marlin and a 29 pound ono.  The marlin was the biggest of the day and also puts us in the lead in total weight.  Hope day two goes as well!  


 Wed Jun 24, 2015   11:13:21 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Airica Meyer, Adam Staten, & Hunter Meyer caught 3 aku
We left the harbor at 5am in 10-20 kph trades.  We spotted smuggled bananas, chucked them in the channel on the way out, and hoped it didn't wreck our luck for the day.  We headed to a buoy and ran bait, but nobody home.  We headed out and found some birds.  We went inside and our center came down.  Airica jumped in the chair and reeled in a 23 pound skipjack tuna.  This was the biggest skipjack caught this year and earned Airica top angler status.  We trolled some more and took a triple strike.  Only one stuck, and it was foul hooked.  Adam hopped in the chair and battled in a 24 pound skipjack, beating Airica's new record by one pound.  Ten minutes later we took a double strike, and landed one 8 pound skipjack.  We had another strike on the way back to the harbor, but it came off hook and got away.  Another fun day on the Kuuloa Kai.  Hope to see you again.  Aloha, Scot & Captain Steve


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