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A fish story about Vicky Fleming’s ahi

December 6, 2018 I found a story from my archive files back in 1984. It was about Vicky Fleming and her wahine record ahi weighing 213.5 pounds. more »»

Lahaina Chiefs thriving with new Unlimited Division

November 29, 2018 LAHAINA — After a sluggish couple of years, Lahaina Chiefs Pop Warner Football has gained the traction the organization had traditionally known for decades. more »»

‘Believe It or Not! fishing stories, Part II

November 29, 2018 One afternoon, while fishing just off Olowalu, a charter boat picks up a strike on the long rigger position. The 14. more »»

Kapalua Tennis raises money for Maui District Tennis Association

November 29, 2018 KAPALUA — Kapalua Tennis announced that it raised $1,280 for the Maui District Tennis Association. The funds were raised during the 2018 Kapalua Open Tennis Championship’s silent auction. more »»

Six-year-old competes against world’s best at XTERRA race

November 22, 2018 KAPALUA — The purity of the upbringing of six-year-old Irie Burk Thomas is unmistakable. more »»

Hinatea wins Halloween Shootout

November 22, 2018 LAHAINA — The Hinatea, out of Lahaina Harbor, won this year’s 17th annual Johnny Baldwin Halloween Shootout Tournament with a 209.9-pound blue marlin by Capt. Chris Canai. more »»

Fans first at Sentry Tournament of Champions

November 22, 2018 KAPALUA — The support of the Maui community is what makes the Sentry Tournament of Champions possibl. more »»

Maui Prep raising funds for Center for Athletics and Performing Arts

November 15, 2018 NAPILI — The supporting drive is entitled “Give A Little Aloha,” and the campaign to enrich the Maui Preparatory Academy campus with its Center for Athletics and Performing Arts is indeed a giant... more »»

‘Believe It or Not!’ fish stories

November 15, 2018 I ran across some “Believe It or Not!” fish stories I had written in 1986 about the days back then in Lahaina Harbor. Boats and names are anonymous to protect the guilty. more »»

West Maui Little League changing its schedule

November 8, 2018 LAHAINA — The West Maui Little League organization is gaining traction in preparation for the 2019 season. more »»

The community is the real winner at the Sentry Tournament of Champions

November 8, 2018 KAPALUA — We get excited this time of year at the Sentry Tournament of Champions. more »»

Why do marlin numbers fluctuate by season?

November 8, 2018 As one might suspect of highly mobile creatures like blue marlin, the picture of their population in any one fishing ground is not static. more »»

HMSA Sun, Surf and Hoops 5K set for Nov. 18

November 8, 2018 KAANAPALI — November is here, which means it’s time for the annual Maui Invitational College Basketball Tournament. more »»

Maui crew wins gold medal in Molokai Hoe race

November 1, 2018 They call themselves the “old futs” — or the Red Bull equivalent “old bulls” — but in the highly revered long distance Hawaiian canoe paddling tradition, they are the senior top guns. more »»

Birds of Hawaii, Part III

November 1, 2018 With all the species that may pass you by, it’s up to you to determine which birds will be the best partners for the day. more »»

Lunas to face King Kekaulike in last regular season game

October 25, 2018 LAHAINA — The Maui Interscholastic League Division II leading Lahainaluna High School Lunas will square off against the King Kekaulike Na Alii to close out the 2018 regular season in a make up... more »»

Birds of Hawaii, Part II

October 25, 2018 The sooty tern, or ‘ewa‘ewa, is a miniature replica of the ‘iwa and is reputed to be the fastest flyer. Among the various species of aku birds, the sooty tern has a unique behavio. more »»

Lahaina surfer Summer Macedo aspires to qualify for the World Championship Tour

October 18, 2018 LAHAINA — The rising tide of the current generation of West Side aqua-athletes continues to grow with the ascent of the newest lineup of rippers raised in the pristine waters of leeward Maui. more »»

Start Me Up Too lands 451.0-pound blue marlin

October 18, 2018 The largest marlin over 380 pounds in the past four months was weighed by the Start Me Up Too with Capt. Denny Putnam and rookie Deckman Josh Vurfurth at 451.0 pounds. more »»

Keiki & ?‘Ohana Catch & Release Fishing Tournament slated

October 18, 2018 KAANAPALI — The Keiki & ‘Ohana Catch & Release Fishing Tournament, part of this year’s Ridge to Reef Rendezvous, will be held on Saturday, Oct. 27, from 8 to 11 a.. more »»



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