April 9, 2011 Lahaina Harbor, Maui

Aloha from Lahaina Harbor. The weather conditions is nearly usually wonderful on Maui, but over the previous week there have been some days with particularly light winds. The Start off Me Up boats took benefit of the particularly moderate weather conditions to head north out of Lahaina Harbor and fish off of Molokai. Molokai made fairly a couple of mahis, some onos, and even a nice ulua. Fishing in the lee of Haleakala as normal also resulted in productive fishing. Total, this past week’s fishing was very good. If there are any concerns, experience no cost to get in touch with Deli in Start Me Up’s Lahaina Harbor booth at 808-667-7879 among nine a.m. and five p.m. Hawaii time or email startmeupfish@gmail.com. The photos beneath depict some of Begin Me Up’s anglers and their catch from the past week.

Mavia Sale and Byron Peddle came across some fish even though trolling the ledge amongst Kahoolawe and Lanai. They ended up boating 4 mahis, including a few of wonderful ones. Tagging and releasing a shortbill spearfish was just icing on the cake.

This group of Farm Bureau Insurance coverage agents took some time absent from the insurance plan business to go fishing. Fishing turned into catching at the FAD buoys, wherever the insurance coverage agents showed off their fishing abilities by racking up this pile of mahis.

Wade and Jake Iskander did not intend to allow their fish get away. They immediately sprung into action when this wonderful cow mahi raced in on the quick rigger. Not extended afterwards, Wade and Jake have been profitable in acquiring their fish on the boat.

The ultimate end result was 3 for three with all of the Nordwell loved ones obtaining in on the action. The Nordwells caught their mahis off some floating particles that had attracted a number of fish. The mahis did not assault lures appropriate away so the tactic was altered and bait came out of the cooler. The mahis were not in a position to resist this second presenting, demonstrating that preparation and flexibility can really make a distinction.

Fishing actually is an activity that every person can enjoy, as anglers of various ages went out and discovered some fish together on this trip. Ben Hester and Zia Saylor each and every caught a mahi while Mike Hester caught an ono with the help of Corey Boch. All of the fish were hooked in the place off Olowalu known as the dump.

Zia Saylor teamed up with her dad to catch this mahi. The mahi was virtually as long as Zia is tall, making the fish a fantastic catch for Zia.

Lady luck prevailed the moment once more as Melissa Veneracion and Lindsay Wall took advantage of their ono bites whilst fishing an region off Molokai known as blue roof.

Trolling the inside of at blue roof in search of ono made a 52 lb. ulua for Jesse Hoge. The boat was creating a shallow pass in 10 fathoms when a fish arrived up and missed the long rigger. The extended gone took off screaming moments later when this ulua hit a four inch KK Pono lure running on a 30 lb. course rod and reel. Employing this relatively light tackle, Jesse got the fish to the boat in 15 minutes. Uluas are not the most frequent fish to catch whilst trolling, but they sure are exciting to catch when they do bite. Congratulations to Jesse on a nice fish.

The Shaw celebration took benefit of light winds to go north out of Lahaina Harbor and head up to Moku Ho’oniki Rock off Molokai. The spot, better recognized simply as “the rock”, yielded a few of mahis for the Shaws even although numerous fish received absent.

Trolling the rock resulted in a mixed bag for Mark Linscotte and Jules and Carla Hamel. The anglers caught two mahis, an ono, and a kawa kawa.

Ryan Stolber and his mother invested some time together on the water and caught a fish. Their mahi went from hitting the brief rigger lure to hitting the barbeque.

The McMahon family loved some bottom fishing action and then decided to go on the troll. They ended up pleasantly shocked when this mahi showed up behind the extended corner and were even happier when the fish ended up on the boat.

Zach Lowe watched his older brother Ethan catch a mahi. Not seeking to be left out, Zach proceeded to catch his very own mahi.

Gary Merrill and Allen McKenzie have been lucky sufficient fish the north shore of Mokolai and get a initial-hand glimpse of the gorgeous scenery. They even caught a couple of mahis, though they did miss several much more.

The Lee get together completed their trip with 3 onos, two tunas, and 1 mahi. All of the fish had been caught on the troll. Unfortunately, trolling did not produce the billfish that they needed for a clean sweep. In spite of narrowly missing the clear sweep, the anglers had been fully pleased with their catch.

Catching an ono was a new expertise for Angie Houseworth. Angie was astonished at how hard these saltwater fish can battle.

As returning anglers, Kelley Wood, Shane Hudson, and Tracy and Adam Daniels are not able to get adequate of sportfishing on Maui. This time they caught three nice onos, which includes a single that weighed in at 35 lbs.

Vince Garcia caught his shibi although trolling across the channel to fish Molokai. Fish such as Vince’s are frequently caught while trolling to targeted fishing destinations.

The Buehlers and Hougans traveled to Maui collectively and even went fishing collectively. They finished their trip with a pair of mahis that had been best for the grill.

Daniel Werman landed an afternoon mahi at the inside pinnacle called solution spot. Daniel liked his 1st sportfishing trip on Maui and is now ready for a blue marlin.

Reilly Trahan, Janice Lambert, and their friends caught a pair of onos even though trolling the slides behind Lanai. The bite was quite thrilling as each onos hit at the specific same time.

Friends Barney Bjermeland and Gary Ducommun went out on Begin Me Up’s early trip and caught six mahis, 4 of which had some dimension. Three of the fish ended up caught on reside bait at SO buoy and the other individuals ended up caught on the troll. Barney and Gary are avid fishermen and are heading out tomorrow to attempt their luck again.

Many thanks for taking a appear at this Commence Me Up fishing report. Any potential concerns can be directed toward Deli in Begin Me Up’s Lahaina Harbor booth at 808-667-7879 amongst 9 a.m. and five p.m. Hawaii Time. An option is to email startmeupfish@gmail.com. Right up until the following report, tight lines.


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