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More Oahu, Hawaii Fishing Reports...

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 Fri Aug 16, 2013   11:29:15 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
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We caught a 15 pound Mahi Mahi


 Sat Aug 10, 2013   6:57:01 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Kai, Winchester, and Carlyle caught 4 Mahi Mahi and 12 Aku
We left the harbor in the dark in 15-20 kph trades.  We headed to a buoy and hooked a Mahi Mahi.  Winchester reeled it in.  We baited up and took a double strike.  Carlyle reeled from the pole holder and Winchester reeled from the chair.  They landed them both.  We made another pass and hooked another Mahi Mahi.  Winchester had to open a can of whoop-ass to get this fish in the boat.  He did a great job, and landed the biggest Mahi Mahi of the day, weighing in at 25 pounds.  It started raining heavier, and there were no other bites, so we headed towards the harbor.  We took an Ono strike under some Ewa birds on the way in.  It brought the center down, took some line, then came off.  We were still heading in when we found an Aku pile and started catching.  We lost several right at the back of the boat but landed a dozen.  An end to a great day on the Kuuloakai.  It was a pleasure fishing with this crew.    Aloha, Scot & Captain Steve


 Sat Aug 3, 2013   1:45:27 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  David Parrish, Oskar Valdez, Kalob Ledford, RJ Shelby, WK Heath, & Ryan Macfarland caught 1 Mahi Mahi & 2 Aku
We left the harbor right on time in 15-20 kph trades.  We went to a buoy, had a bite, but it bit off the hook.  We had another line with a bite, but it didn't take.  We saw some porpoise, but no other fish, so we headed out and circled back to another buoy.  We hooked a Mahi Mahi and fought it half way to the boat, then lost it.  We hooked another Mahi Mahi and caught this one.  No other bites, so we headed in.  We found a Skipjack Tuna pile on our way in.  We caught 2 and lost about 6.  It was rough seas today, but these guys did great.  Hope to see you again on the Kuuloakai.  Aloha Scot & Captain Steve  


 Sun Jul 28, 2013   9:49:22 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Mark Catching, Tim Wilhelmi, Niall Feeney, John Catching, Steve Brady, & Joe Borges caught 8 Aku
We left the harbor early morning in 10-20 kph trades.  We headed to a buoy but there wasn't any fish there.  We headed up and out and found a Skipjack Tuna pile.  These 5-10 pound Aku may look small, but really give a good fight on light tackle.  We landed 5 and lost a few.  A little later we found a pile of birds, and caught 3 more Skipjack Tuna.  We checked another buoy, hoping to spot some Mahi Mahi, but nobody home.  No bites on the way in.  It was a pleasure fishing with this crew.  Aloha, Scot and Captain Steve


 Sun Jul 28, 2013   9:45:45 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Joe Borges caught a nice size Skipjack Tuna
Skipjack Tuna may look small, but they put up a great fight on light tackle.


 Sat Jul 27, 2013   10:42:40 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Derrick Olson, David Youtt, Nick Reinsvold, & Daniel Gladfelter caught 6 Mahi Mahi and 11 Aku
Today we had a special little competition.  Our group today was a party of nine that booked two boats.  We left the harbor right on time, a little ahead of our "competition".  It was a nice morning with 10-20 kph trades.  We found a Skipjack Tuna (Aku) pile.  They were biting, so we spent the morning reeling them in.  We took a triple, a couple doubles, and lots of single hits.  We lost a few, but caught 10.  We saw our "competitor" pass us on the way to a buoy, so we changed our plan and headed to a different buoy.  Along the way we found an open school of Mahi Mahi.  We baited up and hooked two Mahi Mahi. David and Derrick reeled them in.  We baited some more and took a triple.  Daniel, Nick, and David landed all three.  We took another strike, and Derrick reeled it in.  When we reached the buoy we hooked a Mahi Mahi, but lost it.  No other bites so we headed back.  We caught a Skipjack Tuna on the way in.  At the harbor, we  tallied up 6 Mahi Mahi and 11 Skipjack Tuna.  The other boat caught 6 Skipjack Tuna.  It was a pleasure fishing with this Navy Captain and crew.  Aloha, Captain Steve and Scot


 Sat Jul 27, 2013   10:35:13 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Derrick and Daniel had to help hold up Nick's 45lb Mahi Mahi
Nick Reinsvold caught a 45 pound Mahi Mahi, breaking this years' previous record by a pound.  Way to go Nick!


 Fri Jul 26, 2013   8:37:29 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Travis Thiemann, Parker Thiemann, Dean Thiemann, Kale Braden, Chuck Braden, & Mike Braden caught 2 Yellowfin, 1 Mahi Mahi, and 9 Aku
We headed out in the dark in 10-20 kph trades.  We had some good Skipjack Tuna (Aku) action on light tackle.  We caught 5 and lost about the same.  We continued on to a buoy.  We baited up and hooked a Mahi Mahi.  Kale took the chair and reeled it in.  We headed back and found some Yellowfin Tuna along side some Skipjack Tuna.  Parker hooked and landed a nice Yellowfin.  He was happy, since it was his first.  Then we took a double, and later a triple.  We saw some good action, and everyone got to reel.  We caught 4 more Skipjack Tuna, and a Yellowfin Tuna.  Another great day fishing on the Kuuloakai.  It was a pleasure having you all aboard.  Aloha, Captain Steve and Scot


 Fri Jul 26, 2013   8:14:02 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
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Kale and Mike Braden caught a 15 pound Mahi Mahi


 Wed Jul 24, 2013   3:56:50 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Jared Kennedy, Aaron Parker, Tom Bostnick, Meg Kennedy, Jon Ochs, and Nina Gandolfo caught 15 Aku
We headed out to a buoy, in very nice weather.  We found some Aku, and started catching.   We were taking doubles with no troubles, reeling them in left and right.  We went to another buoy, and baited for Mahi Mahi, but no bites.  We caught a total of 15 Aku (Skipjack Tuna).  Everyone had a great time and it was a pleasure fishing with this crew.  Aloha, Scot & Captain Steve


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