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More Oahu, Hawaii Fishing Reports...

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 Thu Jul 31, 2003   8:37:00 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Bill Crook, Dennie Gregory, and Dennis Stuart caught one 47 pound striped marlin
We got underway at 4:30 on this day of 25 mph trades headed for the V buoy and the R buoy. We had already been up and down the westside when we hooked up 3 miles from the R. It was a striped marlin, Dennie was the angler, and he did a great job getting it to the boat in just a few minutes. After that we saw some porpoise and nice looking birds but no hits for us. On the way home we took an ono hit just outside the harbor but it came off. In the harbor Dennie was the only one to eat an eyeball, good man. These guys were good to fish with. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Wed Jul 30, 2003   6:57:14 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Jason Meek, Ed Meek, Carrie Canaday, Sue Meek, and Chris Canaday had a great day catching one blue marlin 145# one striped marlin 41# and one 20 pound ono
We got going at 4:30 on this day of 25 mph trades going to the V buoy and the west side. By 7:00 we had a marlin on and screaming, it took out 500 yards of line real fast. Ed was first in the chair, he did good for the first 10 minutes, then he tagged Jason in. Jason had that fish to the boat in another 20 minutes. It came up mostly dead so it was easy at gaff. We trolled up and down out side the R buoy and finally we took a strike and it was a striped marlin. Chris was the angler on this fish, he did a good job on it. On our way home we hooked an ono and Carrie got to reel it, with some help from Chris. Back in the harbor I managed to get everyone except Chris to eat eyeballs, I like it. These folks did real good. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Mon Jul 28, 2003   2:39:30 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Chandra, and Greg Sromek, and Jason Fredrickson caught one 366 pound marlin and one 27 pound mahi for a great day
We got a 4:40 start on this day of 20 mph trades going to the LL buoy. At the buoy we found that all the fish have left the LL buoy, so we trolled on down and at 5 miles from the LL we took a big marlin strike, on the corner pole. It screamed out 500 yards of line before it started jumping, then it jumped for a minute or so and then settled down. Greg was the angler, and he did a great job of reeling this marlin in. In 35 minutes it was at the boat and not as tired as we like. It gave us a tussel but we subdued her eventually. We kept going and found some birds and Chandra got to reel in the nice mahi we hooked up in them. We saw some other bird life but got no more hits. It was a good day with only 2 fish. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Fri Jul 25, 2003   3:02:33 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Susan Warsaw and her twin sister Susanne had a great time catching 4 big shibi and 1 ono and a bunch of small aku and shibi
We left the slip at 4:15 (due to me netting ballyhoo in my slip, they make great baits), going to the LL buoy on this day of 20 mph trades. At the buoy we caught aku and ran them live. When we baited Scot was hooking small aku and shibi, the girls did great on these warm up fish. At 10:30 the first bigger shibi hooked up and Susanne reeled it in about 15 minutes, on 50 pound test that's great, it was a 30 pounder. The next pass Susan got one on that took her 20 minutes and was a 40 pounder, on 50 too, very sporty, she did great. On the next pass Scot hooked 2 nice 30 pound shibis and they each got one. Then the pilot whales showed up and spoiled our party. On the way home we hooked an ono on the ledge and Susanne reeled it in real fast. Back in the harbor with a little peer pressure from Susan they both joined in the ritual eating of the aku eyeballs, I like it. These gals were great they handeled the seas and the fish blood etc. very well, they get two thumbs up from me and Scot. Andrew you really should have been here. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Thu Jul 24, 2003   4:10:42 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Jim and Megan Talbot, Jared Weida, Chris Callisto, and Matt Rossello caught 2 nice shibi and a lot of small aku and shibi
We got a 4:20 start on this day of 20 mph trades going to the LL buoy, It was a long ride but the small aku and shibi were biting good when we got there. We ran 2 live baits and before long there was a frisky little shark chasing them around. After awhile we decided to hook up the shark and use it as a teaser to bring the bigger shibi up. It did work but we broke line on a few and got some small shibi. Then on our last bait pass we got 2 shibi about 20 pounds each. No hits on the way in. At the harbor Jim and Jared were the only ones bold enough to eat fish eyeballs. These were some seaworthy folks they did great out there. Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Wed Jul 23, 2003   4:28:16 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Buddy and Tyler Lambert, D.L. and Tyler Luster and John Scott caught 2 aku and a bunch of small kawakawa
We got going at 5:20 on this day of 25 mph trades going to the J buoy. On the light line Tyler and Derek caught about 25 small kawakawa, (they make greatbaits). We trolled on outside and found a school of 5 pound aku and caught 2 in that school. In the area of the II we took a strike on the center but it came off, we think it was a bigger aku. We found 5 more aku schools on the way in but they did not want to bite. These guys were all troopers they did well in the seas we had today. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Mon Jul 21, 2003   4:11:46 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  The Marsh Family John, Preston, Nathan, and Stephen caught one ono and some real small kawakawa
We slid out of our slip at 4:10 on this day of 25 mph trades going to the X buoy. Only humu at the X so we went outside 28 miles and found nada. At 3 miles to the J bouy we took a strike that did not stick. At the J we jigged and caught 10 pocket size kawakawa, we saw a mahi but it was not interested in us. So back to trolling and we hook our ono and get it near the J. We made more passes in the area of the J and take a marlin strike on the corner and it screams out 300 yards of line and then comes off. Bummer. On our way in we take a slam on the rigger that screams for 100 yards and then comes off. We even had one more hit that came off 4 miles out. In the harbor it was easy to get Preston and Nathan to eat the eyeballs out of the ono. These guys did a great job of enjoying the wild rollercoaster ride we had today. Good going men. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Sat Jul 19, 2003   3:05:01 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Bertha, Louis, and Louis Castillo, Sam Barrera, and Randall Seymour, had a great day catching 1 marlin 188 lbs, 16 big aku, one ono, and 4 small mahi
We got underway at 4:40 on this day of 25 mph trades going to the X buoy. Just before we got to the X we took a slam on the center, Scot tried to tease it up but it hooked up on the rigger and took off screaming and jumping, it was a nice marlin. Louis was the angler and he did a great job of reeling that fish in, it only took about 25 minutes to bring it to gaff. It was easy at gaff, and it had a nice light up in the end. At the X we got 4 small mahi on bait, then we trolled on outside the X and found a school of big aku and took a 4 banger on our first pass. We got a 7 banger on the second pass and got 6 of them. While running after the school one time we hooked an ono and got it. We got a few more 4 bangers and ended up with 16 big aku. Back in the harbor Bertha, Louis and Randall were game to eat fish eyeballs out of the aku, the marlin eye was too big. These 3 guys handled the high seas very well, good going men. Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Fri Jul 18, 2003   4:32:49 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Gerald Young, Chandler, Patti, Case, and Vann White caught 6 small kawakawa and one ono.
At about 5:10 we got going on this day of 25 mph trades going to the V buoy. We lost an ono strike going down the ledge, then we caught some small kawakawa at the V. We ran two as live bait, but had no takers. Then we went down to the R bouy and outside, finding porpoise and birds but no hits. All the way back no hits, at the crab traps Scot baited up a shark for Gerald, but it broke the steel leader in 5 minutes. Then on the way in from there we got an ono hit and Chandler did a great job of reeling it in. They all did real good today. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Thu Jul 17, 2003   4:54:17 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
The Ramos Family got a 5:00 start today on this day of 25 mph trades going to the V buoy. we caught some small kawakawa and two 5 pound aku that we ran live. One bait died so we pulled it in, the other bait got ono chopped, we only got the head back. We trolled towards the R and took a slam on the center and on the rigger and and nothing stuck. Awhile later we had something grab the corner lure and take some line and come off. No more hits on the way in. Aloha Capt Rusty


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