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More Oahu, Hawaii Fishing Reports...

2003 :    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17  
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 Mon Aug 18, 2003   8:48:46 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Heather Sheffield and Donald Kovak caught one nice mahi
We got a 7:00 start on this day of 25 mph trades going to the V buoy. The porpoise were at the V and no signs of any aku in the area. So we go to the R buoy then out to the deep. All we found was a few porpoise schools, they put on a good show. On our way back around the point in the rough water we hooked a mahi and Don did a good job of reeling it in. No other hits on the way home. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Tue Aug 19, 2003   6:31:39 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Kaylan and Heide Shaffer caught one mahi and some small kawakawas
We got a 5:30 start on this day of 25 mph trades going to the II buoy. On our first pass with the light line we took a double small kawakawa, one of them was eaten by a mahi before we could even start to reel it in. Kaylan got to reel that in on 50 pound test, a real good fight, we got it. We then caught a bunch more kawakawas just for fun. Then we had a minor mechanical problem, our steering lost pressure and we had to stop and refill the system. Becuse of this we headed in early, better to be safe than sorry. These folks did great in this rough water, they are seaworthy. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Tue Aug 19, 2003   6:15:10 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Quan Hoang, Quocbao Pham, Chuck Todesco, Steve McLellen, and Chris Rezendes caught some aku and lost 2 big marlin
We got a 5:30 start on this day of 30 mph trades going to the V buoy. In the area of the v we caught nice size aku and ran them as live bait, no takers. So we trolled to the R buoy and then outside to the 1,000 fathom curve and on the way back in we took a marlin strike that screamed out 150 yards of line jumping all the way. On one last jump it came off, bummer. We set up and trolled the area and took another marlin hit and this one took out 500 yards of line before it started  to jump. This one looked to be over 200 pounds, but it jumped so much  and so radically that just after we got Chuck in the chair it came off too, bummer. No other hits on the way in. At least we had 2 chances at nice marlin. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Thu Aug 14, 2003   8:06:24 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Jon Schneider caught 7 mahi and 1 ono for a fun day
We got a 5:00 start on this day of 30 mph trades going to the J buoy. We got some small kawakawa and then went outside and down to the II buoy. At the II we got two mahi on bait, then we went back up to the J. On the way we took a double ono nad got one of them. Back to the II and there were 2 big mahi there and one grabbed a lure and one ate bait. One was 29 and the other was 30 pounds. Scot baited up 3 more mahi for a total of 7. Another great day. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Mon Aug 11, 2003   4:55:02 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Jon Schneider had a great day catching 26 mahi and one ono
We got a 5:00 start on this day of 30 mph trades going to the X buoy. At the X we caught some small aku and kawakawa, then went down and out and then down towards the J. Before we got there we found a nice floater and started catching mahi 3 or 4 at a time. They were hungry and we had the best bait. Jon did a great job of reeling in fish after fish. We then set up and caught one ono trolling. No hits on the way in. one hell of a good day. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Sun Aug 10, 2003   8:30:35 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  The Murray family Annette, Mary, and John caught one mahi and some small and medium aku
Our day started at 4:40 on this day of 25 mph trades going to the R buoy. To our disappointment the porpoise still own the R. So we went to the S buoy and caught some really small aku, Mary had fun. We saw a lot of bird activity but only took one mystery slam near the V buoy that did not stick. On our way home we hooked a nice mahi 3 miles from the harbor and John got to reel it in, dinner just got better. With 2 miles to go we hooked a 5 pound aku and Annette got to reel that one in. In the harbor John swallowed an eyeball before Annette had a chance to protest, good man. I think these folks get the award for traveling the farthest to come fishing with us, from England. They did great. Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Thu Aug 7, 2003   3:50:14 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  David Im and Kelly Polan caught one ono and two marlin 165# and 182# for a great day
We got going at 4:50 on this day of 25 mph trades going to the R buoy. Got to the R and put the light line out and caught aku right away and ran them live. It did not take long before one of our baits was eaten by a marlin, it took out 300 yards of line and never jumped once. Kelly was the angler and he did a great job, getting that fish to the boat in about 20 minutes. This fish wanted to jump in the boat at gaff, but we kept her out till she was calm. We go back and get more live aku and wait for one more and it showes up and eats our aku. This marlin knows how to jump and does so all over the place, at one point it came real close to another boat. When it settled down Kelly was the angler again, and in about 25 minutes he had this one to the boat. At gaff this one broke it's bill tip off in the back of the transomf, no damage. On our way home David caught a nice ono on the tip of the point. These guys were troopers they caught big fish and were realy fun to fish with. Good going men. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Wed Aug 6, 2003   7:51:11 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  The Thornton family Andrew, Jeff, Barrett, and Mack caught one 156 pound marlin one ono and 7 small aku for a fun filled day
We left the harbor at our appointed time of 5:00 on this day of 25 mph trades going to the R buoy. We took a striper hit as we got close to the R but it came off. We went to the light line and caught some aku in the 3-4 pound size, perfect bait size. We ran 2 live baits and it was not long before one was eated by a marlin. It took out about 200 yards and came off, bummer. So we caught more baits and waited for a bite, the kids were having fun catching bait. Then another marlin ate our live one and took out 300 yards and stayed on. Jeff did a great of pulling that fish in, it only took about 25 minutes to get it to the boat. It was real spent and easy at gaff. On the way in we took 2 ono hits and one stuck and Jeff got it. In the harbor Jeff ate an eyeball from the ono and the marlin too, Barrett ate ono and aku eyes too. These guys did a fine job. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Sun Aug 3, 2003   7:26:07 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Lonnie and Ralph Wigham, Rodney Atwater caught just one fish this 65 pound striped marlin
We got going at 4:30 on this day of 20 mph trades going to the X bouy. At the X we caught a bunch of small kawakawas then on out to 31 miles and found nothing. Back to the J and on to the II and at 3 miles past the II we hooked a striper and Ralph did a great job of reeling this fish in. No other hits. In the harbor it was not hard to get Ralph to eat an eyeball. This was a hardy group, they did great. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Sat Aug 2, 2003   3:46:16 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  The Hampson family David, John, and Mark caught some small baits and one 356 pound marlin for a great day.
We got going at 4:30 on this day of 20 mph trade winds going to the X buoy. There are now small baits (1/2 pounds) in residence at the X, so we caught a bunch of them for bait. Then we trolled on outside to 32 miles and found nothing. On the way in at 25 miles we took a strike on our rigger that screamed and came off. Scot reeled that lure in to check it and by the time he got the lure in the boat the other rigger took off screaming and stuck this time. It was a marlin that only shook her head out of the water once and then ran hard taking 500 yards of line out real fast. John was the angler and once the marlin settled down he did a great job of working that big fish back to the boat (those new Shimano 130 tiagras are sweet). It took only 45 minutes and this big fish was giving Scot a hard time at leader, it almost went under the boat once then Scot got her close enough for me to get the flying gaff in her. It took a bit to subdue her but she came aboard calmly in the end. These guys were seaworthy and did a great Job. Aloha Capt Rusty


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