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More Oahu, Hawaii Fishing Reports...

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 Fri Jul 23, 2004   1:59:43 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Angie, Justin and, Ted Drury caught 2 big shibi and lots of smaller ones
We got underway at 4:00 on this day of 20 mph trades going to my next favoite buoy. At the bouy we got our live baits out and before long a big barracuda hooked up one, but came off on the run. When we baited lots of the smaller shibi came up, and a few of the bigger ones too. We got 2 of the bigger ones on light line, Angie's one was the bigger one by 1 pound. These folks did great. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Thu Jul 22, 2004   2:46:46 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Debbie and Randy Higel caught 5 big shibi and a bunch of smaller ones
We got a 5:00 start on this day of 20 mph trades going to my next favorite buoy. We took a hit at the buoy but it came off, so we jigged and got live baits out. When we baited the small shibi came up good and after a few passes some bigger ones came up and Scot hooked them up, with some help from Randy. They were only biting on 60 pound test so it was a sporty battle. No hits on the way in. In the harbor both of these folks ate eyeballs gladly. These were some great to fish with people, we all had a good time. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Wed Jul 21, 2004   1:06:03 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  The Lewis family Phil and Diane, and Luanne and Chris caught 20 aku and shibi
We left on this star filled morning at 4:00 going to my next favorite buoy, with 15 mph winds. At the buoy we got some aku and shibi, and ran them live. Scot baited up some bigger shibi on light line and that was fun. We had an ono chop our live aku in half then come back and take the head and the hook. We trolled on out and got no hits. Back in the harbor the fish got to keep their eyes. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Tue Jul 20, 2004   1:56:00 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Daryl Wilhelm, Rick Haushalter, and Judy Zink caught 22 shibi and aku
We got going at 4:00 on this day of 15 mph winds going to my next favorite buoy. At the buoy we caught small aku and ran them live. When we baited we got a few bigger shibi on light line, the fish are starting to thin out at the buoy. Nobody came around to molest our baits today. These folks did real well. In the harbor all of them were up for eating fish eyeballs, I like it. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Sat Jul 17, 2004   2:02:34 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Michael Blackwell, Darren Moura-Smith, and Mel Asplund caught a bunch of aku and shibi
We got going at 4:00 on this day of 25 mph trades going to my next favorite buoy. At the buoy we jigged and caught some aku and ran them live, then we baited and got a few more aku and shibi. We had one bigger shibi break 50 pound test after a 15 minute fight. Then we trolled out and around, we saw some mahi but they did not bite. At another buoy we got one more shibi, no hits on the way in. These guys did good . Aloha Capt Rusty


 Thu Jul 15, 2004   5:30:11 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Jill and Tom Gregory caught 3 mahi and 12 ono and 1 big shibi ans we lost one big marlin too
4:00 was the time as we pulled out on this day of 20 mph trades going to my next favorite buoy. At the buoy we got some baits and ran them live, then we baited and Scot hooked a big shibi on 60 pound test and it broke off on the buoys line. Then we saw a mahi but it did not bite for us. Then we got another big shibi on and Tom got this one to the boat, a nice 35 pounder. Then on our way in we hooked up a really big marlin, it was so big we had to turn the boat and chase it so we did not run out of line. Tom did a super job of getting this monster to the boat but it did not come all the way up, it was about 50 feet down and did not want to come up. This fish looked to be 500 pounds or so. After a fight of an hour and 15 minutes the hooks pulled out and away she went, bummer. A few miles more and we took a double ono in a small bird pile and came back to find a big pile of ropes and netting floating. We baited and got 2 mahi, the went back to trolling for onos, they were thick. We saw one more mahi come by and Scot baited it up and we got it. We ended up with 12 onos. Back in the harbor both Jill and Tom were game to eat eyeballs, these folks did great Tom reeled in so many fish he will  be feeling it the next day, but he never missed a beat. They were fun to fish with we all had a really good time. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Wed Jul 14, 2004   2:27:46 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Brian Crowder, John Swieder, Perry Sandy, and Joe Maloney caught 1 marlin #175 and 3 big shibi and lots of small ones
It was 4:00 when we left on this day of 25 mph trades going to my next favorite buoy. On the way we hooked our marlin 4 miles from the buoy, Perry was the angler, and he had it to the boat in about 35 minutes. That is where it got ugly, at leader somehow the main line broke leaving Scot holding the leader all by himself. I grabbed it to and we tryed to get it up but the fish went under the boat and into the prop, and it came off. As we sat there all bumming Joe spoted the marlin allmost dead and swimming on top 30 yards away, we backed over to it and gaffed it and brought it aboard. The encounter with the prop had been too much for this fish , one side was all chopped by the prop and the other looked good, so it looked good in the picture. These guys did great. Back in the harbor Joe and Brian at least were up for some fish eyeballs. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Tue Jul 13, 2004   2:11:52 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Chris Whittak, Ben Miller, and John Bachman caught 1 marlin #125 and 1 mahi and 1 big shibi
We got underway at 4:00 on this day of 25 mph trades going to my next fvorite buoy. On the way we hooked up our marlin, and John was the angler. He had it to the boat in about 30 minutes and it was easy at gaff. At the buoy we caught some live baits and ran them, then baited and got 1 big shibi and one mahi too. The fish at the buoy are getting bigger, partly cuse we feed them about 50 pounds or more a day, it's our form of aquaculture. On our way in we hooked an ahi in the blind and got it all the way to the boat and then it came off, bummer. Back in the harbor all these guys were game to eat eyeballs, I like it . This was some fun to fish with guys, we all had a real good time. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Fri Jul 9, 2004   2:00:40 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Peter, Jim, Bruce, Chris, William, and Cris caught a lot of aku and shibi 35 to be exact
We departed at 4:00 on this day of 20 mph trades going to my next favorite buoy. We took a double small shibi on our first pass. then we got some aku and shibi and ran them live, then we baited and got lots of aku and shibi on light line. We saw a mahi but it was not into us. Scot was hooking up 3 or 4 a pass on anchovies, it was steady action, the biggest aku was 12 pounds. These guys were solid, they did great. In the harbor everyone exept William ate eyeballs gladly, I like it. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Thu Jul 8, 2004   2:00:52 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Skip Young, and James Chatellier caught 3 onos and some small aku and shibi
We left at 4:00 on this day of 20 mph trades going to my old favorite buoy. We got an ono on our first pass at the buoy, and lost a lure to another ono. When we got our live baits out a shark promptly ate them. When we baited we hooked some bigger shibi and they were bitten off by the sharks. Then we trolled on outside and found 1 open school and saw 1 mahi but it was not interested in us. We took an ono hit in the blind and got it, went back and got 1 more in the area, but were not able to find the source of the onos. These guys did great. Aloha Capt Rusty


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