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More Oahu, Hawaii Fishing Reports...

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 Mon Sep 16, 2013   8:51:31 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
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Aiden lands another nice Mahi Mahi


 Mon Sep 16, 2013   8:47:32 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
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A nice Mahi Mahi in the boat is a great way to start any day.


 Sun Sep 8, 2013   5:23:54 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Jim Manco caught 1 Mahi Mahi, 5 Yellowfin, and 5 Aku
We left the harbor in the dark in 10-20 kph trades.  We headed to a buoy, ran live bait, and caught a 10 pound Yellowfin Tuna.  We kept trolling and caught a Skipjack Tuna.  Then we started jigging and caught 4 more Yellowfin, 4 more Aku, and a Mahi Mahi.  There were times when Jim would land a fish and Scot already had another pole ready for Jim to reel in another.  Today's half day charter was a  surprise anniversary gift from his wife.  Congratulations Stephanie and Jim on your 25 years of marriage!  It was a pleasure fishing with you today.  Aloha, Scot and Captain Steve


 Mon Sep 2, 2013   9:09:43 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Mike Lermer, Bill Moore, Rick Hastings, and Toby Mauher caught 5 Yellowfin Tuna and 15 Aku
We left the harbor at 9am, a last minute half-day charter.  We headed out in 10-20 kph trades, a little smoother than the weather station had predicted.  We spotted porpoise right outside the harbor.  No strikes on our way to the buoy.  We ran some bait at the buoy, but no bites.  Then we preceded to jig for a few hours and caught 5 Yellowfin Tuna and 15 Skipjack Tuna (Aku).  We had a lot of doubles and landed them all.  Great fishing everyone!  And congratulations Mike, on your recent marriage.  Aloha, Scot and Captain Steve


 Sat Aug 31, 2013   11:42:48 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Clint Croutch, Shelly Greacen, Chuck Tannehill, Aaron Croutch, and Carla Tannehill caught 1 Mahi Mahi, 1 Yellowfin Tuna, and 8 Aku
We left the harbor right on time in 10-20 kph trades. We headed to a buoy and hooked a Mahi Mahi.  Chuck grabbed the pole.  It put up a good fight, but Chuck landed it.  We headed to another buoy.  There we caught some Yellowfin Tuna.  One 10 pounder we kept, and a few small ones we threw back.  We had a couple bigger bites, but lost them.  We headed inward and hooked and landed 8 Aku, giving everyone a chance to reel.  It was a fun day, and we're all eating Mahi Mahi tonight.  It was a pleasure having you aboard.  Aloha, Scot, and Captain Steve


 Sat Aug 31, 2013   11:37:34 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
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Chuck Tannehill, landed this nice Mahi Mahi.  Today's charter was a surprise anniversary gift from his wife.  


 Fri Aug 30, 2013   11:15:15 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
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Devron Parkhurst is on our top angler board for 2013, with this 205 pound Yellowfin Tuna.  Way to go, Devon!


 Fri Aug 30, 2013   11:18:12 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Chad, Austin, Steve, Devon, Don & Jane pictured with Captain Steve, caught 2 Mahi Mahi, 6 Yelowfin Tuna, and 1 Aku
We left the harbor in the dark in 5-15 kph trades.  It was a race to our first buoy, with another boat not too far behind.  We arrived a little before them but saw them get the first strike.  Any disappointment faded fast as we took a double Mahi Mahi strike.  Jane took the chair and Chad reeled from a cooler.  They landed them both.  These Mahi's wouldn't hold still for photos, and things did get a little bloody.  (Sorry folks!)  We headed to another buoy and started catching Yellowfin Tuna.  We had several doubles making for some fun action for everyone.  We caught a bunch that were only a pound or two, but threw them back to catch another day.  We kept five Yellowfin Tuna weighing 6-8 pounds each.  Then we hooked an Aku and saw a large shadow not far behind it.  Scot yells "Shark!!! REEL!!!".  As our catch and the shadow got closer, Scot sees that it's not a shark, but a HUGE Yellowfin.  He baited up and less than a minute later, it was on the hook.  We landed the Aku.  Devon took the pole and started reeling in the Yellowfin.  It took a lot of line, and was fighting hard. Two hours and 45 minutes later, Devon landed the whopping 205 pound Yellowfin Tuna.  This fish beats the 2013 boat record by 25 pounds  Way to go, Devon!  It was a glorious day of fishing on the Kuuloakai, and a pleasure fishing with this crew.  Aloha, Captain Steve and Scot


 Fri Aug 16, 2013   11:47:13 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Mike Ulloa, John Silva, Nick Ford, Andy Gomez, Rafael Hernandez, & Tom Pangelinan caught 1 Mahi Mahi, 1 Ono, and 1 Aku
We headed out in the dark in 15-20 kph trades.  We caught a Mahi Mahi at the buoy, trolled around for awhile, but no other action.  We decided to head towards the ledge.  When we got near the ledge, Scot put out one of his special lures, and was explaining to the crew that he was hoping for an Ono.  Not much later we hooked and landed an Ono.  Nothing else was biting there, so we went in search of Aku.  The first bite we had, was something much bigger than the Aku we'd spotted (probably an Ono).  It swam under the boat and cut off.  We did catch one Aku (Skipjack Tuna).  We jigged some more, but no other bites, so we headed in.  More fish would have been nice, but everyone had a good time, and we're all eating Ono tonight.  Aloha Captain Steve and Scot.


 Fri Aug 16, 2013   11:33:10 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
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Then we caught an 18 pound Ono.  Not too shabby for a half day charter.


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