"Heather, you are just not going to find what you are looking for — unless you go tuna fishing," Capt. Charles Haywood, of Rigged Up, explains. "It's all new-school, and it's all still evolving. When I quit mating back in 1996, we were just starting to pull dredges on the downrigger. Now you need a $3,500 electric reel just to pull them." The colors are new too, says Haywood. "It used to be no color, and now mine are rigged so that I can change my skirts out depending on the conditions. So it keeps evolving." Captains also special order their Hawaiian Eyes with colored heads and special skirts. Call it custom old school. Haywood went on to revisit his old teasers, chains with a Hawaiian Eye on the back or an Old Boss or Mumford. Old school meant lots of action and lots of color. "When I mated with Tony Tillett on Carolinian, we caught three blue marlin in one day and saw them all to the same teaser: a red Voss with a red sparkly skirt and a red eye," says Haywood. "Tony always put a single-hook squid on the flat line, and we hooked all three on that.