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Salt Water Shore Fishing Reports / Re: One Shark Short 10/14/2014
« on: October 17, 2014, 12:18:33 AM »
Horn sharks are cool, no fight in em, but still cool.

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Saltwater Boat Fishing Reports / Re: Hooping for a Box of Bugs (10/11)
« on: October 12, 2014, 05:09:14 PM »
Nice mess of bugs! What you need sir is a deckhand ;)

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Fishing Talk / A wahoo was caught on the Malihini!!!!!
« on: October 11, 2014, 07:11:53 PM »
Wow.


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That's a beast!!!!! So, no more complaining right?  ;)

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Saltwater Boat Fishing Reports / Re: 3/4 day fun on the Malihini (10-06)
« on: October 07, 2014, 09:22:49 PM »
Colors didn't matter, as long as it swam good you got bit.

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Saltwater Boat Fishing Reports / 3/4 day fun on the Malihini (10-06)
« on: October 07, 2014, 12:58:37 PM »
We ran just southeast of the islands chasing the fish on the sonar. There's a huge volume of fish out there!!! Only saw 3 sporties and 4 private boaters. All caught on the long rod and the same Salas 7X surface iron. My totals: 13 yellows and 3 bonito. I kept 5 and the rest helped others reach their limit.

Sunrise leaving the big bay


Forward bait tank being used as a fish hold


Happy guy (I almost slept in...)


The other guys I shared the bow with


We slayed 'em plus I got some bonies for shark bait! One of the young bucks pictured killed 20 yellows! My back and hands are sore... I love it!!!



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Saltwater Boat Fishing Reports / Re: Almost went Jetty Jumping (10/2)
« on: October 07, 2014, 12:48:36 PM »
I had a similar experience a few years back. A guy I worked with at H&M invited me to go hooping with him on his jet ski boat. So, we set out some hoops next to Zuniga jetty then motored a few yards away and did a little h&l fishing to pass the time. As we head back to check the hoops, sucks a bunch of kelp into his motor and the boat stalls. The tide is coming real quick and the jetty is only about 20' from us. He lifts the motor, I toss out the anchor line to keep us in place while cuts out all the kelp. I doesn't help. Current is moving to fast and with all the sand underneath us, the anchor drags. We slowly inch towards the jetty.

When he finally cuts out all the kelp, we are only seconds from hitting the jetty. He quickly backs out away from the jetty then we hear a strange sound and realize he backed over the anchor line and the rope got sucked into the motor!! Out of the fryer into the fire! He tries cutting the rope out, but so much rope got sucked in, you can't even see the shaft. As we drift closer to the jetty, I prepare myself to jump onto the jetty to keep the boat from running aground.

There we are dead in the water, both of us on the jetty kepping for boat off of it and the tide is rising quicker than sh!t. 10 minutes goes by before another boater finally comes within shouting distance to tow us to the launch ramp... after asking us for $100 bucks and to keep the hoop nets that are still in the water >:( Greedy m'fers!!! That sucked more than the whole boat ordeal, running across some douches that only helped us after we agree to highway robbery.

Glad you got home safe Tom, maybe, don't go it alone...

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Fishing Talk / Re: Night time long rod sesh... Interested?
« on: October 03, 2014, 06:13:11 PM »
I gotta work for a couple of hours tonight, but plan on along it out. Hopefully I'll see you there.

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Fishing Talk / Re: Night time long rod sesh... Interested?
« on: October 03, 2014, 05:33:00 PM »
Soup kitchen?

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Fishing Talk / Re: Night time long rod sesh... Interested?
« on: October 03, 2014, 05:21:17 PM »
How long do you plan on staying out?

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Fishing Talk / Re: Night time long rod sesh... Interested?
« on: October 01, 2014, 10:48:57 AM »
I strongly recommend e-bay seller klammer42 for sputniks. Good dude, member here, great product, amazing service.

That's where I get mine! Can't recommend him enough.

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Fishing Talk / Re: Night time long rod sesh... Interested?
« on: October 01, 2014, 10:46:36 AM »
Dang I'd love to go out but already have plans for Thursday (fishing plans) followed by plans with the girlfriend (no getting out of that).


I've tried long rodding in the surf a few times with no luck. Strong current and kelp made it tough.

What kind of gear does one need for this type of fishing? I have a saltist 40 on an 8'9" jig stick (25-50#).

What kind of gear is everyone else running for this type of fishing (I know my stuff is on the light side).

Your rod and reel is perfect for long rodding. I use a Calstar 90J and Saltist BG30 (narrow version) loaded with 65# spectra and 100 yards of 40# top shot. Not sure what your terminal tackle consists of, but I use 175# steel leader, 80# mono shock leader, 6oz sputniks and 10/0 hooks.

I went out last week and managed leo just under 40". Nothing to brag about, but it was a skunk buster. I've had more skunks than success as of late, but I'm putting time on the sand! I'll get the right kind soon!!

Hit me up if you ever want to go. I'm more of a nocturnal angler by the way.

I'll definitely hit you up...maybe next week sometime. I need to go online and buy some sputniks....unless they have them locally? Also, how far out are you casting? In the bay I just run straight mono to an 7/0-8/0 hook with a weight right above it. Don't get how you can cast with a shock leader + steel.

I usually run a 3way swivel, so it's basically a dropper loop. Total length ffrom the sinker to my mainline is about 3-3.5' long to make casting more manageable and not have knots or swivels go through the guides. I cast as far as I can without losing my bait.

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Fishing Talk / Re: Night time long rod sesh... Interested?
« on: October 01, 2014, 08:40:09 AM »
Dang I'd love to go out but already have plans for Thursday (fishing plans) followed by plans with the girlfriend (no getting out of that).


I've tried long rodding in the surf a few times with no luck. Strong current and kelp made it tough.

What kind of gear does one need for this type of fishing? I have a saltist 40 on an 8'9" jig stick (25-50#).

What kind of gear is everyone else running for this type of fishing (I know my stuff is on the light side).

Your rod and reel is perfect for long rodding. I use a Calstar 90J and Saltist BG30 (narrow version) loaded with 65# spectra and 100 yards of 40# top shot. Not sure what your terminal tackle consists of, but I use 175# steel leader, 80# mono shock leader, 6oz sputniks and 10/0 hooks.

I went out last week and managed leo just under 40". Nothing to brag about, but it was a skunk buster. I've had more skunks than success as of late, but I'm putting time on the sand! I'll get the right kind soon!!

Hit me up if you ever want to go. I'm more of a nocturnal angler by the way.

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Fishing Talk / Night time long rod sesh... Interested?
« on: September 30, 2014, 11:29:17 PM »
 My normal fishing buddy is on lockdown this week. I want to soak a bait this Thursday night looking for the toothy kind, anyone interested?

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Saltwater Boat Fishing Reports / Re: Sharing is caring...
« on: September 27, 2014, 11:12:44 PM »
Nice job out there. Man I haven't seen Anthony in a while. Hope he's doing well.

Congrats!

He's doing good! He and his girlfriend just had a baby girl and moved over by the golf course.

Right on!!

Is Roman still playing football??

Yup! He's a big boy!

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