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Old 10-25-2011, 06:17 PM
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Hawaii ohau bonefishing - finally

Managed to get this one on a flat outside of Hololulu. two screaming runs into my backing... I wa really pumped to get this one in hand. Constant trade winds makes sight fishing difficult as the water is choppy. Afternoon clouds don't help either.

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Old 10-25-2011, 11:08 PM
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Awesome Bruce.

We were there a couple of weeks back - mostly on Kauai.

One day I'll finagle an extra day to check out the Oahu flats - they do look good during take-off and landing at HNL
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let me know when you get close. I'll get you what I know. It is tough fishing...
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That looks like a pretty decent bone, but it's hard to tell. How much did it weigh?

I've never been to Hawaii but when I finally make it I'll be sure to chase some bones! My company gives award trips for making big sales targets, and I might be on the list for this year or next if I keep my sales as high as they've been.
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