Hawaiian Style Fishing

Discussion in 'Hawaii Fishing Reports' started by Hawaiian Style, Feb 7, 2012.

  1. Hawaiian Style

    Hawaiian Style Newbie

    Location:
    Spokane
    Name:
    Tom
    Boat:
    Defiance ADMIRAL 220EX " Hawaiian Style "
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    Well I hope this help's pass the time...... So I went back home (Oahu Hawaii) for some time to play in the deep blue ocean. I had a lot of fishing trips planed but the Ice storm in Seattle screwed my trips up. I got out once the rest of the trips were blown out do to weather. I hooked up with my friend Jon and we went out on his friends boat Lady D with capt Charlie. Onboard with Brada Ken and Lance, they did a great job on setting gear as I took in the views. Capt Charlie to us out of Waianae and we started to troll are way to Haliewa, we troll to V buoy then to II and then to J buoy see birds and Porpoises working but no love here!!!!!! so we headed back to Waianae we were about three miles from shore and BAM center rod goes off and starts screaming the reel we cleared all line and the fight was on I worked the reel and Brah da Ken started hand lining the fish in Yes this is the way most of the locals do it if you charter then you sit in the chair and work the fish. All I do is take up the slack in the line, then Brah da Lance took over for Ken and Brah da Jon took over for me the fish ran a couple of times it took at least 500 yds of line. Ken took over at the end as Lance and I graffed the fish. One in the boat and blood on the deck:finger: We caught a AHI Tuna (yellow fin) but in Hawaii they call it (Shibi) anything under a 100lbs this one was 75lbs (shibi)That was it for the day Went to Charlies house to cut it up and eat some fresh sashimi:finger: Charlie sent Jon and I home with a ton of fish which I ate poke style and more sashimi. Weather turned bad and that was my only trip out but my friend Jon got a call From Brah da Billy to come by and pick up some Marlin (shibi) and off we went more sashimi for us I want to thank all the Brah dah for their Aloha.. Charlie, Jon, Ken, Lance, Max, and Billy
    Hawaiian Style out
     
  2. jagerhunchback

    jagerhunchback MCLMM

    Location:
    sometimes oahu.....mostly iraq occasionally afghan
    Name:
    mike
    Boat:
    25 ft powercat "Crazy Haole"
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    nice shibi!!!
     
  3. Cwillis

    Cwillis Sometimes you're top boat...sometimes you're not.

    Location:
    Woodinville, WA
    Name:
    Casey
    Boat:
    23 Pacific
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    Looks awesome! Here are a couple pics to add to the winter time viewing of a mahi and striped marlin. My old man lives in Ocean View this time of year and has caught a couple fish last week near Kona in his 15 foot arima. I am going there next week for 7 days and hope we get lucky.



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  4. Tower Todd

    Tower Todd Number #2

    Location:
    Touring the Pacific Ocean at 12 knots
    Name:
    Todd S.
    Boat:
    274' Long Range
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    Nicely Done!

    TT
     
  5. Waterdog247

    Waterdog247 Dive-a-holic

    Location:
    Ilwaco
    Name:
    Jaime
    Boat:
    29' Silver Streak
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    Nicely done Tom!!! You gonna be back in town for 'But season?
     
  6. Ketchinany

    Ketchinany Newbie

    Location:
    Wa
    Name:
    Brian
    Boat:
    Defiance 220 EX
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    Gotta like that barefoot fishing. Way to get it done.
     
  7. easydoesit86

    easydoesit86 nubbie

    Location:
    lacey wa usa
    Name:
    maarten
    Boat:
    22' 672 Campion "Skidder"
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    Cool, thanks for the report .
     
  8. Pupule

    Pupule Member

    Location:
    Ewa Beach
    Name:
    Todd
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    22 ft Islander
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    Wow, that was a long trip, but it certainly paid off. Good lookin' tuna!
     

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