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More Oahu, Hawaii Fishing Reports...

2015 :    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13  
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 Wed Jun 24, 2002   5:10:02 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
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Adam Staten is on our top angler scoreboard with this 24 pound skipjack tuna (aku).  Way to go Adam!


 Sun Jun 21, 2015   11:17:39 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Robert Rose, Michael Rose, David Rose, & Sam Mason caught 2 ono & 1 ahi
We left the harbor right on time in 10-20 kph trades.  We headed to a buoy with no bites on the way.  We spotted a couple small mahimahi at the buoy but couldn't get them to bite.  We decided to head out and hunt for something bigger.  We hadn't gotten very far when one of our lures took a hit but it didn't stick.  We came back, saw a small floating net, and hooked an ono.  Robert jumped in the chair and landed a 13 pound ono.  We ran some  baits, but no other bites.  We continued heading out and awhile later our outrigger slammed down and we had another ono online.  Sam hopped in the chair and landed a 22 pound ono.  Not much later, that same outrigger took off screaming with a big fish.  David jumped in the chair and the battle was on.  25 minutes later, David had a 105 pound ahi onboard.  Fantastic end to an already great day.  Great fishing men!  Hope to see you again.  Aloha, Scot & Captain Steve


 Fri Jun 19, 2015   10:35:04 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Quan Hoang & the Nguyen family caught a 190# ahi. (pictured with Captain Steve)
We left the harbor at 5:10 am in 15-25 kph trades.  We headed to a buoy, ran bait, but nobody home.  We were switching back to trolling, had only gotten 2 lures out, when our center took off with a big ahi.  Dao hopped in the chair and the fight was on.  45 minutes later, Dao won the battle and landed a 190 pound ahi.  This fish was almost twice as big as Dao, and puts her on our top angler scoreboard for 2015.  Way to go Dao!  We reset the lures and trolled some more, but no other action.  We only caught one fish today, but it sure was a nice one.  It was a pleasure fishing with you again, and look forward to your next trip out.  Aloha, Scot & Captain Steve


 Fri Jun 19, 2015   8:57:09 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
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Dao Nguyen is on our top angler scoreboard with this 190 pound ahi.  Way to go Dao!


 Thu Jun 18, 2015   12:28:21 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Gabbi Nazari, Alicia Lee, Jerry Lee, Lindsey Lee, Ari Nazari, & Jeff Kimberling caught 1 mahimahi
We left the harbor at 5:10 am in 15-20 kph trades.  We headed to a buoy, ran baits, and hooked up.  We saw a mahimahi jump and Lindsey hopped in the chair and started reeling.  A short while later Lindsey had a 12 pounder onboard.  No other bites so we went back to trolling.  We had a couple nibbles, but neither stuck.  We headed down the ledge on the way to the harbor, but no other action.  At least our folk will be eating mahimahi for dinner.  We had fun fishing with you and hope to see you again.  Aloha, Scot & Captain Steve


 Tue Jun 16, 2015   12:01:37 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Dick Stanford & Tommy Stanford caught 4 mahimahi & 1 ono
We left the harbor right on time in 10-15 kph trades.  On the way to our buoy we saw a mahimahi and threw him a bait.  He ate the bait and left.  We continued to the buoy and found a floating pallet.  We trolled by, took a few hits, but nothing stuck.  We came back with bait and hooked a mahimahi.  Tommy jumped in the chair and started reeling.  We hooked a second mahimahi and Dick was reeling from the cooler.  Tommy got his in the boat, and Dick landed his shortly after.  We put out a couple more baits.  One got stolen, and the other hooked a mahimahi.  Tommy reeled in another 10 pounder.  We were out of bait and it was time to head in, so we set our trolling lures for the ride home.  We took a strike, Dick hopped in the chair, and reeled in another 10 pound mahimahi.  Later, our outrigger came down and we had an ono hooked.  Tommy jumped in the chair and reeled in a 13 pound ono.  Alright!  Everyone is having ono for dinner tonight.  Great Fishing Men!  Hope to see you again.  Aloha, Scot & Captain Steve


 Fri Jun 12, 2015   11:27:43 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Tony Parisi, Josh Bryne, Alisa Parisi, Matt Parisi, & Max Parisi caught 1 ono
We left the harbor a little after daybreak in 5-15 kph trades.  We headed to a far away buoy.  We saw a few birds, but no fish.  We got to the buoy, ran baits, but nobody home.  We headed out and found a two piles of birds, but couldn't get the tuna to bite either time.  We trolled the ledge on the way back to the harbor.  Our corner pole snapped up and finally had a fish hooked.  The line was flying off the reel.  Alisa jumped in the chair and had an ono onboard in record time.  It weighed in at 28 pounds and will make some good dinners.  It was nice to see you again and look forward to your next trip.  Aloha, Scot & Steve


 Tue Jun 9, 2015   10:25:20 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Chuck Gaines, Jennifer Gaines, & Alex Gaines caught 1 ahi & 3 mahimahi
We left the harbor at daybreak in 10-20 kph trades.  On the way to our first destination, we hit an open school of mahimahi.  We hooked one on lure and another on bait.  Jennifer and Alex landed them both.  We got to the buoy, ran bait, but no action.  We decided to head down and look for tuna.  We trolled for awhile, then our outrigger took a hit.  Chuck jumped in the chair and landed an 18 pound mahimahi.  A little later that same outrigger took a strike, this time it was a big one. Jennifer hopped in the chair and 20 minutes later had a 115 pound ahi onboard.  Way to go Jen!  We trolled back to the harbor with no bites on the way.  Great fishing everyone!   Hope to see you again.  Aloha, Scot, Hunter, & Captain Steve


 Mon Jun 8, 2015   10:25:52 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Catie Doyle, Lee Ann Ring, Kelsey Ring, & Craig Ring caught 1 marlin & 1 mahimahi
We left the harbor at 5am in 10-20 kph trades.  We headed out about ten miles when we spotted some birds and found an open school of mahimahi.  We trolled through, but no bites.  We trolled through again with bait and hooked a mahimahi.  Kelsey jumped in the chair and started reeling.  We dropped another bait and this time hooked a marlin.  It was on 60# test and only 250 yards of line.  Kelsey got the mahimahi in quick, then Catie began working on the marlin.  We had to act quick, before the marlin took all the line.  We backed up the boat, and Catie reeled and reeled.  Then Craig jumped in the chair for the second half.  It was a sporty fight that took over an hour.  Craig got it to the boat, then we gaffed it and hauled it onboard.  It weighed in at 168 pounds.  Alright!  We trolled some more and found an aku pile.  Our center came down but it didn't stick.  On the way back to the harbor, we had another nibble that didn't stick.  It was a great day of fishing.  Hope to see you again.  Aloha, Scot, Hunter, & Captain Steve


 Fri Jun 5, 2015   1:52:22 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Will Gungoll, Dave Lamerton, JP Collins, Joe Lamerton, & John Lamerton caught 1 ahi and 1 ono
We let the harbor at 5:10 am in 5-15 kph trades.  We ran baits at the buoy, but nothing was biting.  We headed down and our corner took off.  JP went to the chair and started reeling.  It was big, and we couldn't be sure if it was a marlin or an ahi.  Forty minutes later, JP had a 159 pound ahi onboard.  Alright!  We reset the lure and 25 minutes later, our center came down.  Will jumped in the chair and reeled in a 21 pound ono.  We trolled some more, but no other bites.  It was a pleasure fishing with you and hope to see you again.  Aloha, Scot, Hunter, & Captain Steve


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