Tsunami? Good night to spend offshore....

Discussion in 'Hawaiian Fishing Reports Forum' started by Double Z, Mar 10, 2011.

  1. Double Z

    Double Z Newbie

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    Praying for you all. Looks like it might be a good night to take the boats offshore and away from shallow areas.
     
  2. Silver Bullet I

    Silver Bullet I I Need A Clue

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    Prayers for you guys!
     
  3. Mingo

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    Be safe and be well my brothers!
     
  4. patfishhi

    patfishhi Registered User

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    Heading that way right now; the guys at the plant are securing whatever can and topping off fuel and such. Thanks for the well wishes...

    Aloha
    Pat
     
  5. JimmyK

    JimmyK Fisherman wannabe

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    Godspeed to all on Kauai, the west side of Oahu...Our thoughts and prayers with you all...
     
  6. Morris Lures

    Morris Lures Pirate

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    Waiting to see what happens to Guam. If its bad loading the boat and digging out.
     
  7. Ready4TheYellow

    Ready4TheYellow The Fishing Guru

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    Prayers sent to you all. Hope everyone stays safe.
     
  8. grander007

    grander007 Well-Known "Member"

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    Thanks, guys. News here is all ships are staying in Pearl Harbor.

    Stay safe,
     
  9. jarredondo684

    jarredondo684 Newbie

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    I saw what a tsunami did to am samoa over a year ago. please take warnings seriously and be safe. thanks for the updates
     
  10. ALOHABIRD

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    Howzit Jimmy well Things are hopefully not as bad as I thought when I Pau Work at 10PM but still not completely out of Da Woods but yeah man I have alot at stake here at my house on the water by Port Allen! Its 1:30 and a lot of small waves coming in! Also a lot of boats now leaving the Harbor! I am about 20' above the sea level on a small sloop hopefully that's enough! God Bless everyone in Japan effected by the Tsunami and hope everyone rides this out well! Aloha Bird
     
  11. Seekin' Makaira

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    Good luck guys. Grab some bait and do some drops for swords...
     
  12. jagerhunchback

    jagerhunchback MCLMM

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    stay dry brothers!!!!
     
  13. Saluki

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    Hopefully you guys don't get hit too hard.
     
  14. JimmyK

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    Good morning John, great to hear you guys okay! 20ft above sea level, still kind close! I live in safe zone, so were are okay. I'm still waking up yet(sleepless night with a cold, coughing all night) have not heard if the rest of the islands are okay.
    Much prayers to Japan...
     
  15. Blesum

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    We are fine over here in Hawaii kai, Oahu. Spock and I are just a few feet above sea level in the canal, but there was no drama...

    -Paul
     
  16. kallitype

    kallitype big liar

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    Friends of mine on the big island say---All OK.
     
  17. ALOHABIRD

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    Howzit Jimmy I stayed on my deck till 4am didn't notice much but this morning around 8Am the tide was super low the lowest I ever seen then surges moved the tide back up! a lot of strong current swirls in the Harbor! Thanks God thats it! Aloha :hali_olutta:
     
  18. jonesd055

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    Thoughts and prayers go out to the victims and survivors in Japan. The images of the damage are horrifying............
     
  19. patfishhi

    patfishhi Registered User

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    The "Kai Nana" faired well; left around 2am back pier side by 11am. Pretty surgey in the harbor but manageable; saw 1 sail boat on the bottom of B dock. The CG restricted access for awhile to all harbors (re-entry) so needed to kill time; had a double got 1 Nairagi about 50##'s (sorry no pics).

    The people of Japan are so resilient that they'll recover BUT the pics and video are just so devastating/surreal/scary... thoughts and prayers to all of those affected by this 8.9 quake.

    Pat
     

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