Ahi fever a couple of weeks ago...2 days...nada. Thought we would give Waianae another chance on Saturday. Left boat harbor around 6:30 am with Kiwi and Bret Fee. Blasted to the thousand and set lines. Headed towards Kaena. About 7:15 the long outrigger comes down...Kiwi was sitting on the front of the boat totally oblivious to our hookup. After several attempts to get his attention while we were clearing the other lines...we get him back on the pole. 15-20 minutes later we had two gaffs in it and on the deck of the boat. Probably around 130 lbs? Not too remarkable except that it happened in the first hour on the water....Thought about heading back in but we decided that two would be cool. One more knock down...no more hook ups. Decided to head in around 11:30 am. Outside of S I heard a loud sound and thought I had run something over....ended up that something broke in the leg and the propeller wasn't spinning. Dead in the water! Called my neighbor Steve who was outside of us. He was on his way in so he said he would come over and give us a tow. About 10 minutes later he called back to tell me that we would have to wait a bit because they just had a double hook up while going 13 knots to get us. He landed both for 3 ahi on his boat. Towed us in (about 6 miles to harbor)....he said we can call him for a tow anytime from now on. We caught our ahi on a chrome jet head...purple silver over black. 9" lure with double 11-0 hooks.