Originally Published on Jul 16, 2013
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 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 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.
Originally Published on May 23, 2013 Ulua fishing on Oahu. westside boyz
Originally Uploaded on Jul 13, 2009 Fishing with Kory, Travis, Jim and Micah on Lanai 7-11-09 Caught 5 ulua’s biggest was Jim’s 48#
Originally Published on Apr 5, 2013 [Admin: Nice compilation of catching ulua by "whipping" showing that hooking is only half the problem, then you gotta find a way to land 'em!]
Originally Published on Mar 28, 2013 Ulua Video [Admin: Love their home-made long handled gaff and "fish-pack" for safely and easily carrying out their catch! Kudos guys!]
Originally Published on Jul 31, 2012 Late afternoon bite. kiwell with Trinidad 40 loaded with 60lb test. Only got about half the fight on film. Mahalo’s to Brian, Bryson, and Tisha. [Admin: I might have rated this video higher, but the cameraman seemed to want to shoot the sky as much as any fishing action.]
Originally Published on Feb 14, 2013 Whipping for omilus.7′ Fenwick HMG Spinning Rod, Shimano Stradic FI, fitted with 12# mono, 2 ft leader 50# mono with a kaku lure…the ulua( I say this because the omilu would have really spooled me in less than 2 mins) , chases the kaku lure, crashes it 3x and misses..I slow down with jerking motions of the plug..the ulua returns and hits the lure on the bottom of the wave, I set the hook and its stripping line ever so smoothly..”pressure” means I am palming the spool…listen to how fast it strips the line [More]