Originally Published on Aug 19, 2012 Catching an Omilu on the Big Island, Omilu fishing in south Kona with live Oama. catch and release.
Originally Uploaded on Aug 2, 2010 Napali coast of Kauai Hawaii. Got action on the troll and whipping the many reefs and points with my 1/2 oz. rig. Mark White Lures [Watch how close to shore this ulua hits!]
Originally Published on Jan 8, 2014 Fishing on the North Shore of Oahu. I just sat down when my pole went crazy. This is me pulling in a 12.5 lb. Bluefin Trevally or Omilu. [Admin: Not sure what this guy’s obsession with, “It’s a whale!” is all about, but…]
Originally Published on Nov 21, 2013 79 lb. Ulua & 11.5 lb. Tako (Octopus) at South Point on a very calm day!. Mahalos to the Unknown camera man that filmed John’s first.
Originally Published on Oct 4, 2012 This is a video of me my brother and my good friend fishing a tournament. We were able to bring up three fish a 60lb, 35lb and a 30lb ulua. Hope you enjoy.
Originally Published on Oct 5, 2013 These are the real people. The kids that are getting in their first ever Happy Bait! good friend’s kid is a huge fan of the video, and since they are legacy, original Fort Lauderdale, we decided to run that dog on one of the best days of the year for beach fishing. This is world famous Fort Lauderdale Strip, your parents probably came here for Spring Break. Anyway, this is real happy baiting. Huge mullet run pod getting blasted by sportfish. And don’t kid yourself, a Jack like the ones in this video are [More]
Originally Uploaded July 2013 Jacks on the surf.
Originally Published on Jun 23, 2013 Ola’s catch, June 13,  2013.  12lb test line while catching bait – 34 lbs ULUA!!!
Originally Published on Jun 21, 2013 ***POTTY MOUTH WARNING*** Molokai, Hawaii Ulua (Giant Trevally) [Admin:  Again, not the best form.  Its pump…REEL down…pump…REEL down!  Not pump, drop, and reel!]
Originally Published on Jun 12, 2013 A fishing trip that went incredibly right. Every once in a while you hear about someone landing a big one on light tackle. Today, it was my turn. While fishing for papio [Papio: Jack Crevalle/Ulua under 10 lbs.] on the eastern coast of Kalaupapa, a big one bites. 14 pound test monofilament main line, 25 pound test monofilament leader, 6′ medium/light rod, Penn 5500 spin fisher reel. The fish? Somewhere in the 30-40 pound range.
Published on Jul 22, 2012 Michael Remigio catching a 5 lb. Papio (omilu) on the east side of Kauai. Bait used – live mamo. Live bait hook on 30 lb. test leader, 2 oz. lead on 15 lb. test line.
Originally Published on May 9, 2013 [Admin note: Nice video for the first 5 minutes, then it gets to be a bit too much…you’d think it was his first fish!]