7/30/09 Lahaina Harbor, Maui Hawaii

Discussion in 'Hawaii Fishing Reports' started by Startmeup, Jul 31, 2009.

  1. Startmeup

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    Latest and greatest pictures from the Start Me Up Gallery of photos.
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    Mark and Anthony Hale trying to balance these fish and themselves after a 9 hour trip that left at 3:30am aboard the Action.
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    Evin Ankush caught this 18 pound Ono out with Capt Erik on the Start Me Up Cuz.
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    Michael Sindelar out on the same trip with Capt Erik got an Ono for himself. Great day for those guys.
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    A good looking Orange Shirt to go with that Ono for the gang fishing on the Start Me Up Cuz.
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    Steve Lawson and Deckhand Ed with another Orange Glorious Ono Shirt and an Ono, fishing with Capt. Timster.
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    Reed Alfo, Rich Parker and Adam Drews hauling a few fish out on the Start Me Up Action’s 9 hour trip with Capt. P. Rick.
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    Ms. Halle Sprinkle proves that even nice young ladies make great anglers with this Ono on the Start Me Up.
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    Capt. Erik took the gang from Cool Cats Restaurant out for a day of bringing the “Catch of the Day”
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    Capt Timster’s Deckhand Ed’s Dad finally got to get his own fish. Now isn’t that Special Ed??
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    Dave and Theresa VanDiver fishing with Capt. Erik got a real sweet Ono for the table.
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    Julie Chang and Jim Olson left early aboard the Action for a day they won’t forget, catching 14 Mahi-mahi. Capt Patrick and Jukka got them to the right spot that day.
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    A Wavy-back Tuna known locally as Kava-kava. Little bigger than those Bluegills in Nebraska, eh?
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    Arnold Fishman and family had a nice trip and caught this Ono.
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    Capt. Randy Evans on the Start Me Up Das It, took Marc Ling out and got him a 30 pound Hawaiian Short- nose Billfish, also known as a Spearfish.

    Fishing in Lahaina, Maui is the place to be this summer. Hope to get you out there soon.
     
  2. FishMoreNow

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    Sweet, thanks for the pictures. I'm three weeks out from my trip to Maui. The pic's of Jim and Julie with all of those Mahi from their trip aboard the Acion has me pumped!
     
  3. Jason

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    Looking good!
     
  4. Red Drum

    Red Drum Paradiddle-diddle

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    Great bunch of pics! All those Hoos look yummy.
     
  5. BAKER

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    Wahoo!!!!!
     
  6. Capt. G

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    The smile on that kid's face says it all.

    How are the these wavy back tuna to eat?
    Poke?

    I lived in the Islands for a couple of years, and caught one of those off a FAD one time--Just as I tossed it back, by local friend said "why did you do that?".
    Guess I didn't know any better
     
  7. Sam Seafood

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    Thanks for the report and pics.Aloha
     
  8. Startmeup

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    Yes Kava-Kava make good eats.Poke is an island staple.Thanks
     
  9. hawaiiantuna

    hawaiiantuna Go big Tuna or go Home

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    kawa kawa not kava..........first is fish second is root.
     

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