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Teva, Hiwa, and Russell scored on some nice fish, Ta’ape, Island Jacks (Papa) and a couple nice ten pound Ukus made their day.

Saturday, November 28th, 2015

Even Capt Clay got to get in on the action today and connected on several hefty fish, one bit at ten feet away. Perfect day of Bonefishing with ten fish total landed and several lost

Saturday, August 29th, 2015

Zino caught a beautiful Barred Jack to start the day off and then landed several nice Molokai Bones.

Friday, August 28th, 2015

Garry Elgear caught a hefty Bonefish

Wednesday, May 27th, 2015

Noel and his wife Tina had a fun morning flyfishing today. Noel landed his first saltwater and first Bonefish ever and Tina got a pretty Kaku (Barracuda)

Monday, April 27th, 2015

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 caught his first Hawaiian fish today on his flyrod, a nice O’milu, (Blue Finned Trevally). Nice work Luke, high five! 

Monday, April 20th, 2015

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!    

Kirk Greenman caught a nice Papa (Island Jack) and his ohana got a bunch of nice fish too

Thursday, April 2nd, 2015

Humpback Whales, Spinner dolphins, and green sea turtles also contributed to a memorable day for his ohana.      

Dennis and Sue Reenders caught some nice fish

Thursday, March 26th, 2015

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 Pinkerton caught his first Blue Finned Trevally (Omilu) today on his flyrod

Tuesday, March 17th, 2015

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.     

Capt Clay gets to fish once in awhile

Friday, March 13th, 2015

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…