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March 24, 2010-Lahaina Harbor, Maui

Discussion in 'Hawaii Fishing Reports' started by Startmeup, Mar 24, 2010.

  1. Startmeup

    Startmeup Official Sponsor of Bloodydecks Advertiser

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    Aloha from Start Me Up,

    The following are some of our photos up to March 10, 2010. Thank you for your support.
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    Jordan Rice caught this beautiful 485 pound Blue Marlin and Jeff McAdam, Dwight Waldner, Byron Meads, Darcy Robertson and Landon Klen grab a few nice Mahi-mahi for dinner out fishing with Team Start Me Up.
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    Leroy and Tracy Geske, Tony Schons, Clement and Doris Aubin, and Greg Wolodkin got this group of Mahi-mahi’s and a Barracuda on the 9 hour Early Morning Action trip.
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    Kirsten, Karina and Ken Comer, Rich Witmer. Euane Wahlers and Jaclyn Finn, a great day catching 9 Mahi-mahi.
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    Max and Mike Reese, Tome Elliot, Mark Warren, Troy Steigman, Kurt Painter with 3 Ahi Tunas, 80 pounds+, 1 Ono and 2 Mahi-mahis.
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    Mr Nelson caught this big 422.6 pound Blue Marlin on the Start Me Up La Dat.
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    Ken Ansell, Lucas, Nicholas and Brow Nurkowski with a 25 pound Spearfish.
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    Jay Crothers fished at MC buoy to catch this nice 24 pound Mahi-mahi.
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    Doug Graham caught this 243 pound Blue Marlin on Team Start Me Up.
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    John Judd on the right and friend Tagged and Release a 175 pound Blue Marlin.
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    Shaun and Juda Braksted with Ralen Megton fished our 9 hour trip and caught these 7 Mahi-mahi.
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    Kari Wessman, Jay Husen, Dawn Huseby, and Jeff Metsala, with 7 mahi’s caught on the 9 hour Early Bird Trip.
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    Tom and Hayle Obermeyer came all the way from Chicago to catch this 22 pound Bull Mahi.

    Keep looking for more to come soon. Aloha!
     
  2. killemall

    killemall Newbie

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    Do you ever release Marlin??
     
  3. killemall

    killemall Newbie

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    or 5 pound Dorados??
     
  4. Tues

    Tues Not my job...

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    Your user name...ironic, huh?
     
  5. jagerhunchback

    jagerhunchback MCLMM

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    you know, we don't come down to where you work and slap dicks out of your mouth, so we would be happy if you didn't tell us how to run our fishery. and i know with your vast experience in "BIG GAME FISHING" that the pic with the blue flag and the red "t" looking flag does'nt stand for "martini time" that is all.

    congrats start me up, looks like you guys are doing allright in a tough economy.
     
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  6. kaimikai

    kaimikai Newbie

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    one pic shows a release flag....what are you getting at?
     
  7. aj1976

    aj1976 Newbie

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    5 pound dorados = fish tacos = yum!
     
  8. trailerhook

    trailerhook Newbie

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    why u mainland guys always gotta ask us about releasing our fish?? we eat the damn thing! feed the family, feed the friends. one thing we don't do is waste the fish! a lot of people make a living off fishing. and they aren't taxidermist!
     
  9. grander007

    grander007 Well-Known "Member"

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    well...releasing marlin doesn't make you a better person or fisherman, it just makes you an inexperienced gaffer...if you don't like pics of dead marlin and other dead fish of various shapes and sizes don't waste your (our) time on the Hawaii board...

    tight lines & bloody decks,
     
  10. shbite

    shbite kailua lures

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    yah 5 pound mahi means I get dinner my gf gets dinner and mom and dad get dinner. Mind your own buisness you tree hugging greenie we dont need people like you here stay on the mainland thank you and aloha means goodbye tooo!!!!
     
  11. seastar

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    well Im an eastcoast fisherman and release all of our billfish but our fishery isnt the same on the eastcoast or california as what the hawiians have for one thing. And another and most importantly the fish are being eaten so why is it alright to kill a shit load of whites and blues over here for tournament money and bitch about hawiians keeping the fish for food. Not to mention a chicken dolphin(small mahi)is damn good eating and only a handful were caught. Anyway nice collection of pics.
     
  12. headsupcharters

    headsupcharters Newbie

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    are marlin covered under the new 'health care plan'...let me check...'no'...ok sonny hand me that bat...
     
  13. dirtytaco.

    dirtytaco. Newbie

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    hahahahaha here in so cal we dont have many marlin so killin one in hawaii isnt the same as so cal
     
  14. RSmith11

    RSmith11 Newbie

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    killemall *
     
  15. Nic D

    Nic D Living life in Baja

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    is it me, or does it just seem that we have this conversation every other week?
     
  16. molokaipake

    molokaipake Newbie

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    Keep it simple. My elders always told me "If you can't say anything nice, don't say anything". Otherwise you got a fat lip..It all boils down to "respect". Especially if the other guy is bigger than you are.
     
  17. MANAPUA MAN

    MANAPUA MAN Newbie

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    The way things are going in Washington D.C.
    It will be......
    ............until we vote them silly bastards out of there.
     
  18. grander007

    grander007 Well-Known "Member"

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    true dat
     
  19. grander007

    grander007 Well-Known "Member"

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    nah, every few weeks...we scare them away w/the gaffs and bats and they take a while to regroup under different names mostly...

    tight lines,
     
  20. da reel man

    da reel man Newbie

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    mmmmmmmmmm smoked marlin and heineken, some ahi poke,raw crab, pipikaula. yup das what im gettin for aloha friday
     

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