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 Tue Jul 15, 2003   4:52:06 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Laura and Mike Craig had fun getting 3 onos
It was 4:00 when we pulled out on this day of 25 mph trades going to the V buoy on the west side. We set lines at the V and went to the R and out. At 2 miles from the R we took a marlin hit that knocked down the center and one rigger but did not hookup. A short while later the same two lures took hits again but did not stick. We worked our way back to the point and got two onos one after the other. We then tried the light line to catch a bait and got one kawakawa and ran it live. Nothing wanted it until we started to reel it in and an ono bit it's tail off. We set up the lures and took an ono strike right away and lost it at the boat, it was a big one too, bummer. We were almost to the harbor when another ono hooked up and we got it. In the harbor Mike was game to eat an eyeball. These were some real fun to fish with people. Good going . Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Mon Jul 14, 2003   4:36:49 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Eric Phelps, Justin Fowler, Jessica Boothe, Shane Fowler, Chris Fowler, and Stepanie Fowler had fun catching one mahi and one ono and some aku
Our trip started at 4:00 and we went towards the LL buoy on this day of 25 mph trades. It was a long ride to the LL. The aku at the buoy bit well we got about 10 of them and then went to the X. There was a nice mahi at the X that Scot baited up, and Chris reeled it in. Then on down to the J and saw a mahi that did not want to play with us, On the way in we caught an ono just outside the harbor. In the harbor only Justin and Stephanie got to enjoy the taste of fresh fish eyeballs. These folks did real well it was fun fishing with them. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Sat Jul 12, 2003   3:42:24 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Virgil McMurtray, Doug Nightingale, and Troy Riedel caught 3 onos and one mahi for some fun action.
It was 4:25 when we departed the pier going to the X buoy on this day of 25 mph trades. We had a mahi go for our otrigger on the first pass but it missed. So we came back with bait and Scot hooked a nice mahi on 80# test. It gave Virgil a nice fight, he did a great job of bringing it in. Then we went out 31 miles and found not a dam thing. We headed back towards the J buoy and just as we got there a small floating rope(15' of 3" rope) came by  and we took and ono strike and got it. We could see the mahi but they were not interested in out baits, so we trolled for onos and got 2 more. No strikes on the way in, and no eyeball earers here. It was fun. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Thu Jul 10, 2003   4:36:22 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Gigi de Jesus, John, and Duthch Phillips, Andrea and Bong de Jesus had fun catching one ono and 3 mahi and some small aku and shibi too
We slipped out of our slip at 4:00 on this day of 25 mph trades going to the LL buoy. It is a long uphill ride to the LL but the small baits are still there and we hooked them right away on the light line. The first aku came in the boat with mahi teeth marks on it so we knew there was one around. Scot was ready with a small bait and it showed up on the live aku right away, he fed it the bait but it came off on the second jump. We caught some aku and shibi then baited and Scot hooked 2 nice mahi. Then we went to the X buoy and got one mahi there . We also got an ono in the morning on the way up there. Everyone did a great job of dealing with the rough water, sea worthy people. It was a fun day for the kids. In the harbor John and Andrea were easily convinced to eat eyeballs, I think John likes them. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Wed Jul 9, 2003   5:35:56 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Jeff Hoffman and Matt Utranusorn caught one kawakawa and one 21 pound kaku (barracuda)
We got going at 4:00 and went south again on this day of 25 mph trades. Setting lines at the V buoy and go down towards the R and out. We go out to the 1000 fathom curve and find nothing, so we come back in to the R and find a big school of porpoise with lots of birds, looking real good. No strikes for us or any of the other boats there. We go back to the V and take a mystery slam that does not stick. We do one more lap back to the R and on the return to the v we find a small pile of bonita and Matt catches one there. Then as we crossed the tip of Kaena Pt. going into the real rough water on the point we hooked a 21 pound kaku and Matt did a great job reeling it in.  It was a slow wild ride back to Haleiwa, but these guys handeled it well. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Tue Jul 8, 2003   5:35:02 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Josh and David Crankshaw, and Jerry Gosnell had a great day landing 2 marlin and one ono
We pulled out of the slip at 4:00 on this day of 25 mph trade winds going to the west side. Scot set lines at the V buoy at first light about 5:30, by 5:55 we had a marlin hookup. This marlin jumped back towards the boat and even jumped on the outrigger line and screamed it for awhile before it settled down. David was our first angler and he did a great job of reeling it in. In 25 minutes he had a nice 175 pound marlin staring at him from the deck, it was easy at gaff due to all the jumping it did. We then trolled around the R buoy and on outside and saw porpoise and birds  all around but got no strikes. So we went back to the V buoy and got an ono strike outside it and Jerry reeled it in. Then we had a marlin strike on the rigger that only knocked it down, and it followed us for a ways and finaly hooked up on the corner, screaming out 300 yards of line, jumping all the way. Jerry got to reel this one in and did real good with some help from Dave to guide the line for him. In about 20 minutes or less Jerry's marlin was in the boat. These guys did great, and they must be lucky too. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Sun Jul 6, 2003   5:19:54 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  John, and Adam Taraschke, Ryan Eckroth, Dave Eckerson, and Tom Coughenour had a great day catching one 180# marlin and two nice mahi
It was 4:15 when we left the slip on this day of 25 mph trades going to the J buoy. No strikes at the J so we go out to 27 miles and find nothing, so we head back towards the J. At about 23 miles we took a double mahi and got both of them. Tom and Adam reeled those in. We made it back to the J and a big bird pile was next to it, it looked like big aku. We trolled though them and nothing went, and they spread out. While we waited for the school to come up we took a marlin hit on the rigger and it took off screaming. This fish was all over the place jumping at least 10 times, as it took out 400 or more yards of line. Dave got to reel this big fella in and did it in about 40 minutes, with a little help from Ryan to guide the line on the spool. And it was even nice at gaff, and still had a great light up when we conked her on the head. In the harbor Dave was game to eat the eyeball from his marlin, and did so with some great expressions as it went down. John and Tom and Ryan had to settle for mahi eyes, smaller and easier to get down. These guys handled this rough water very well, good going men. Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Thu Jul 3, 2003   3:48:13 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Julie Tsai, and Craig Mayr each got to catch an ahi, Julie's was 104 and Craig's was 121
We started off at 4:15 going to the west side on this day of 20 mph trades, looking for ahi. We went past the V buoy and past the R buoy and at the S buoy we went out. At about 10 miles out we found a small porpois school and took an ahi strike in it. It was screaming just right, we got Craig in the chair and he started pumping it in. In about 25 minutes it was at the boat and easy at gaff, we had a 121 pound ahi in the boat by 7:30. We set up and looked around, but there was no sign of the school. About 2 miles from the first we hooked one more ahi on the corner. Julie elected to fight hers from the pole holder and in about 30 minutes it was in the boat and we were hooting. We took one more striper strike but it never hooked  up. In the harbor Craig had a bit of a hard time with the eye out of the smaller ahi but it finally went down, good man. These folks were good fun to fish with, and did just great . Aloha Capt Rusty


 Mon Jun 30, 2003   8:56:53 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Richard Hart, Jerry Staton, Craig Beardsley, and Matthew Wall caught one 160# marlin one nice mahi and 6 big aku for a real fun day
We got a 4:40 start on this day of 25 mph trades going to the LL buoy. At the buoy we got small aku and ran them live as ususal, no marlin showed up today at the bouy. So we trolled on down and found an open school of mahi and got one nice one. On down more and we found a school of big aku and got 6 nice 24 pounders. Then outside sunset beach we hooked a marlin and it jumped all over the place and took out 400 yards of line. Jerry was the angler and he did a real good job of pulling that marlin back to the boat in about 30 minutes. And it was easy at gaff. Back in the harbor I could only get Jerry to eat an eyeball. These guys did great, it was good to fish with them. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Sun Jun 29, 2003   8:42:48 AM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Carrie McCabe, Mike Lee, Steve Armann, Michel and Denyse Carrier, and Randy Rush had fun catching one 150# marlin one ono and some small aku
Our day started at 4:00 going to the LL buoy on this day of 25 mph trades. No big strikes at the buoy so on to light line and the small aku were biteing good. We had caught a bunch of them and all of a sudden there was a hungry marlin going for one of our live aku. Scot let him eat it and then set the hook. It  screamed out about 300 yards of line and we got Mike in the chair. He did a great job of angeling and it was to the boat in about 30 minutes. And it was nice at gaff. On the way in we got a nice ono outside sunset. These folks handeled the high seas real well considering everything they did great. Aloha Capt Rusty











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