Noel and Tina Thompson from Minnesota went flyfishing for the first time in saltwater today. They were rewarded with Noel’s first molokai Bonefish, and a first fish for Tina, a pretty Kaku, (Barracuda). Despite the blustery conditions, we endured and were pleasantly rewarded. TYJ
Luke spent his first morning on the Moloka’i flats looking for the elusive Bonefish, instead, he tied into a nice O’milu, (Blue Finned Trevally), not a Bone but still a pretty fish, Good job Luke, give me five!
Humpback Whales, Spinner dolphins, and green sea turtles also contributed to a memorable day for his ohana.
Beautiful morning at sea, Humpback whales breaching and cavorting everywhere you looked. Big south swell churning up the water and making it murky out to a half mile offshore. But, some nice fish were biting, and it was a matter of being on the “right side” of the boat! Seems all the big ones were…
Fred connected on this hungry 12lb Omilu, perfect cast, and instant take, then off to the races. Fish was able to get around a few obstacles but was able to free the line twice, and successfully bring the fish to hand. Great Job Fred.
Although my main job is guiding anglers to their trophy catch with a flyrod, once in a great while, I get to wet a line too. Today, it was a simple matter of being in the right place at the right time, when this beautiful specimen of a Bonefish swam into view, and was cooperative…
Karsten was able to hook and land his first Moloka’t Bonefish today in spite of very difficult lighting conditions. The worst condition other than strong winds is no sun, and today was a no sun day. TYJ for allowing us to have a successful day.
Steve Meyer landed his first Molokai Bonefish and it turned out to be the largest bonefish he’s ever caught. Textbook conditions today, clear blue skies, gentle to fading winds, and a few hungry Bonefish to play with. TYJ
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