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More Oahu, Hawaii Fishing Reports...

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 Wed Jul 8, 2009   8:48:57 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Here she is swinging in the sling, getting her posterior end washed
On Monday the transmission went out on our starboard engine, today we hauled out at marisco to pull it and repair it. That means we will be out of service for a week or so depending on how the repair goes. I will keep posting progress reports, on this unsheduled drydock. And to those who had trips booked with us in this time frame, I am sorry to be cancelling your days. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Mon Jul 6, 2009   2:18:51 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Matt Grey and Jim "Rusty" Staub caught 1 ono for a fish today
Right on time off we go on this day of 25 kph trades going to the west side to hide from the wind. It looked good birds porpoise lots of life but no hits. We went all the way to the s bouy and baited there and jigged and got nothing. On our way back the transmission on the starboard engine broke down, making a big noise, so we came in on one engine. As we limped along an ono came along and slamed the rigger and Matt landed a nice ono. Back in the harbor only Rusty was game to eat an ono eyeball gladly, good going men. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Thu Jul 2, 2009   2:33:49 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Jonathan Ayles, Elizabeth Morrow caught 1 ono 2 shibi and 8 aku for a real fun day
Underway on time with 15 kph trades going to my next favorite buoy. Once at the buoy we baited and had 2 bites one small shibi and one big shibi that gave
johnathan a great fight. Then we jigged and caught some nice size aku and ran one live. We baited a bunch more but got no bites. Then on our way in the center slams and Elizabeth lands a nice 23 pound ono, good going. Back in the harbor only Elizabeth was bold enough to eat an ono eyeball without any hesitation, I like it, you folks did great today. Aloha Capt Rusty
































































johnathan a great fight


 Wed Jul 1, 2009   3:33:13 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  The Banke Family John Bryan, John, and Peter caught 1 ono and 8 aku for some fun today
at the appointed hour off we go with 10 kph winds not blowing going to my next favorite buoy, At the buoy we baited and took one hit but it missed the hook. Then we jigged and caught a bunch of small aku and one shibi and ran an aku live. When we baited again no hits again so we trolled outside 10 miles and found some aku schools but got no hits in them. Back on the ledge we took an ono hit and John landed a nice ono. In the harbor Peter and John we game to eat an aku eyeball gladly, good going men. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Tue Jun 30, 2009   6:22:30 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  The Allen Family Sean , Danny, Craig caught 1 ono and 8 aku for a fun day
In the dark off we go on this day of 10 kph winds going to my next favorite buoy. At the buoy we baited and took a hit but it did not hookup. Then we jigged and caught some aku and ran one live. When we baited again still no hits. More jigging and more aku, then we set up and trolled in. On the ledge we took and ono hit and got it. In the harbor the fish kept their eyes today, good going men . Aloha Capt Rusty


 Mon Jun 29, 2009   2:30:08 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Steve Solis, Drew McCool-Solis, T. J. McCool-Solis and Scot Solis caught 1 shibi and 15 aku for lots of fun action
At the right time off we go headed to my next favorite buoy with 15 kph trades blowing. At the buoy we baited and got one bait chopped and then no bites at all so we jigged and caught a bunch of small aku and one shibi and ran an aku live. When we baited again the story was the same nobody home so we set up and trolled out. We found some aku schools but got no hits, then we ended up at another buoy and baited there but got no bites. Back in the harbor all these guys were up for eating shibi and aku eyeballs gladly, I like it, These guys did great today, good going. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Sat Jun 27, 2009   5:45:58 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Hanapaa 09 Dino Miranda, Capt Rusty, Joe Beasley, Paul Lindberg, Scot and the hanapaa Queen we caught 6 big shibi, one went 79 pounds
Day 2 and boats blast off in all directions, we go to our spot with 15 kph trades. There we bait and take a double but they both managed to get away. Next pass we get one on and I get to be in the chair and we land a 79 pounder. We had a few more big hits but we missed them. So we caught an aku and ran it live, and it had a hit but not a hookup. When we baited again Scot was hooking some 30 pounders and we landed 3 of them, the action was good but we were only in 15th place in total weight, but it was as always a lot of fun, thanks Hanapaa club. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Fri Jun 26, 2009   6:59:23 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  The hanapaa Queen and Scot, Dino, Joe and Capt Rusty caught 1 ahi 135 pounds and a 58 pound shibi and some small aku to for a 200 pound start on day one of Hanapaa 09
When the flare went up at 6 all 40 boats of the 09 Hanapaa Jackpot Tournament sped out to the fishing grounds with15 kph winds, and we were headed to where we thought some ahi should be. Once there we baited and had some hits but only one 58 pounder and a 30 pounder would bite for us. then we jigged and caught a few aku and ran 2 live, they both took ahi hits but did not hook up. We baited again but got no hits so we set up and trolled. As we chased down an  aku school with 20 minutes to go the rigger took of and we landed a nice 135 pound ahi in about 7 minutes, team work. Good going men one more day to go. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Thu Jun 25, 2009   2:17:34 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Steve Cheek, Russ Bird, Felix Faborito,Rick Preston, Rose Cheek and Bill Reese caught 1 ahi and 3 shibi and one ono for some great action today.
At the right time out we go with 25 kph trades blowing headed for my favorite buoy. At the bouy we baited and took a double shibi and landed one of them. Next pass and another double and we get a shibi and an ahi that rose landed. At this point we hook a big 95 pound shibi on 60 pound test and Felix battled this fish for almost 2 hours before it came to the boat, and it was only hooked in a 1/4 inch peice of lip skin, great fight. Then on our way home we had an ono slam the rigger and in came a nice ono. These folks were great fun, Aloha Capt Rusty


 Wed Jun 24, 2009   3:14:36 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Scot and Steve Tollefson, Karl Fangman, Dan Daloia, Jon Giuliani caught 1 ahi 7 shibi and 7 aku for a fantastic day of fishing the big one went 187 pounds
In the dark off we go on this day of 25 kph trades going to my next favorite buoy. At the buoy we took a double and one stuck and Dan landed a nice 96 pounder. One more trolling hit and miss and we baited, but got no bitres so we jigged and caught a bunch of small aku and shibi and ran an aku live. When Scot baited again he hooked some nice size shibi the biggest one a 58 pounder that Jon fought to the boat. Then on our way in the center slamed and Karl was in the chair with a 187 pound ahi screaming out 300 yards of line. It took a little over an hour for him to get this fish to the boat with lots of help from Scot. This fish was stuborn at leader, but we got it, good going Karl. Then in the harbor only karl was bold enough to eat an eyeball out of his big ahi, the size of a large marbel, biggest eyeball anyone has eaten in a while and biggest ahi so far this year for us. Aloha Capt Rusty


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