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More Oahu, Hawaii Fishing Reports...

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 Fri Jun 27, 2003   1:46:11 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Capt Rusty and his two birthday marlins
We got a 4:00 start on this day of 20 mph trades going to my favorite spot. Our mission is to get my birthday marlin. Scot and Dino are the crew and before 6:10 we had a marlin on and screeming. I got in the chair and in about 20 minutes we had a nice 140# blue on the deck, now thats what I call service. We set up and trolled on down hill a ways and we hooked another nice marlin, back to the chair for me. This fish never jumped and put up more of a fight than the first one. It took about a half hour to get this one to the boat, and it was nice at gaff. It was now 7:30, nice way to start a birthday off. We headed in early and got a small ono outside waimea and were in by 11. I like it when the fish cooperate so well. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Tue Jun 24, 2003   3:46:45 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Mark Michelson, Bruce McLean, Dave Brown, and Dino Miranda caught one 142# marlin 10 big aku and 2 ono
We got a 4:20 start going to my new favorite spot on this day of 20 mph trades. When we got there we took a double in the first school and got 2 big aku.We got 6 in that school and then found one more and got 4 in that one. We did have at least one 5 banger and got three of them, nice cooperative fish and all in the 20-25 pound range. Then we found a current line and Mark got to reel in a 42 pound ono. Then inside the X buoy we hooked a nice marlin and Dave did a great job of reeling it in. It took out 450 yards of line and he had it to the boat in about 45 minutes. And it came up almost dead the way we like them to come to the boat. In the harbor only Mark and Dave consumed the traditonal eyeballs. These guys had a great day. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Mon Jun 23, 2003   4:17:42 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Sam and Kenneth Orem caught 15 big aku, 9 ono, and 9 mahi, the biggest a 42 pounder
We got a 4:30 start going to my new favorite spot on this day of 20 mph trades. When we got there we found a aku pile and took a triple on the first pass and got all three 20 pounders. We got 5 in that school, then found another school and got 10 out of that one. When they stopped biting we headed on down and Scot found a small floater under 4 small birds. We caught an ono and a mahi on our first pass, then Scot baited up 8 more mahi. This was great action, as good as it gets. We then trolled for onos and got 8 more of them. Back in the harbor both Sam and Kenneth indulged in the eyeball ritual. These guys did great, a day to remember. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Sun Jun 22, 2003   9:40:17 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  John McDaniel, Daniel Hamilton, and James Guillen had a great time catching 10 big 24 pound aku
We got a casual start at 5:30 on this day of 25 mph trades going to my new favorite spot, between the X and LL. We took an ono strike on the way but it came off. At the spot we found a big pile that was big aku and we took a double on the first pass and got both of them. We kept getting one or two a pass and then they wised up and we moved to the next pile and got a few more there. They were all 20 pounders or better. In the harbor it was only me eating eyeballs. They all handeled the rough water very well, good going guys. Capt Rusty


 Fri Jun 20, 2003   6:16:17 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  The Macitosh family and their 193.5 pound ahi that they caught right next to us.
Day 3 and down we go past the II area and on down and out, to about 20 miles there we were forced watch as these guys hooked this fish up while we both were headed to an aku pile. We were close but again no cigar for us, we ended up with 2 aku and one ono for the day. There is always next year. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Thu Jun 19, 2003   8:30:23 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Day 2 biggest mahi of day 2 at 31.5 puts us on the prize board
Today like yesterday is blowing at 25 mph. We head for the J today and get no hits there so out we go and we find a school of big aku and get 2 nice 23 pounders, too bad they dont count in the tournament. Then we found an open school of mahi and got the one nice big bully on one of my new lures. No other strikes the rest of the day. It was great to be winning some prize money already.


 Wed Jun 18, 2003   8:25:46 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Dino Miranda, Capt Rusty, Paul Lindberg, and Scot on day one of hanapaa 03' with two ono, two aku , and one spearfish.
Day one and we go up the inside headed for the X buoy. Right off Kahuku point we took three ono stikes and only got one, a 14 pounder. No strikes at the X so we went up and out and found a school of big aku and got 2. Then we went down towards the J and hooked a nice marlin on the corner pole. It was screaming nicley when it broke main line and the marlin started jumping wildly, we also saw a second marlin. We suspect that the second marlin hit the lure trailing the first one breaking the line. We just hate it when that happens. We went on down to the II area and caught our small spearfish there. Then it was stop fishing at 4:30. Not a great start for us but some tournament boats did real well.Aloha Capt Rusty


 Sat Jun 14, 2003   4:13:41 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Steve Mapua with his 165 lbs. Ahi and 2 Mahi.
We got a 4:00 AM start going to outside the II area on this day of 20 mph trades. We found some open school looking birds and got a nice mahi in them. We came back in and at 4 miles outside the II we hooked a big ahi and Steve went to work on it. He did a great job reeling it up, being a big fish it took over an hour and a half to get it to the boat. When it came up it was all spent and easy at gaff. Nice big fish. On our way in we got a small mahi right outside the harbor, to end a great day of fishing. Steve had always wanted to catch a big ahi, now he can cross that off his list. Aloha Capt. Rusty


 Thu Jun 12, 2003   4:38:04 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Steve Mapua, Robert Leahey, Steve Manser caught 2 onos 0ne mahi and a 110 pound marlin
We got a 4:25 start going to the X buoy on this day of 25 mph trades.We took an ono strike on the first pass at the X and got one 25 pounder. Then we went up and out looking for something and took a mystery strike that came off. We then came back to the X and got a marlin hookup and Steve Manser did a great job reeling it in. At gaff we had a problem getting a second gaff in it and it pulled off and broke line, bummer. Trolling the area we caught a nice mahi. Then on our way in we took a marlin strike and Steve Manser reeled this one in too and this one was more spent at gaff so it was easy. A nice 110 pounder. These guys are tough to handle this big water this well. Aloha Capt Rusty


 Mon Jun 9, 2003   4:05:12 PM   Haleiwa, Hawaii
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Scot, Stan Corzine, Robert Leahey, Greg Phillips caught 2 marlin and one mahi
We got going at 4:30 headed for the X buoy on this day of 10 mph trades. Our first pass on the X we got a nice mahi for Greg, then on up and out above the buoy. Then the center lure took off with a nice sized marlin and Robert was the man in the chair for a short but sweet fight of about 25 minutes. It came up almost dead the way we like to see our marlins come up, less chance of problems. Then on to the LL buoy and we caught 2 small shibi and 2 small aku on the light line. Then we trolled on back down towards the X and got a stripped marlin double in a small pile of birds and Stan got one of them to the boat and one came off. No other strikes on the way home. In the harbor Stan and Greg both consumed the traditional fish eyeballs gladly, even the big ones from the marlin. These guys are Scot and my friends from the mainland, and they did great. Aloha Capt Rusty


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