Left Ko'Olina around 6am and ran the ledge. One of the guys on my boat was on his first fishing trip. He was telling us about how he brought 2 bananas; both me and Mike looked at each other and started laughing. We told him about the superstition about bananas on fishing boats. I think he felt a little embarrassed. No more than 5 minutes after that we had a 20lb Ono on the deck. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com<img src=" /><o></o> Pulled in the lines and throttled down out towards BO and the 1000. About 3 mile north of BO one corner takes off. The new guy was driving and when he hears the reel, he puts the motors in neutral. I yell at him to put it back in gear and lucky for us he was quick about it. As soon as he pops it back in gear, the second corner goes off. We got both of them. 10:00 and we got 300lbs of fish in the boat. So we turned towards home and started washing down the deck.<o></o> So much for bananas being bad luck.