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Old 09-08-2008, 10:43 PM
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Looking to do some fly fishing while in Maui over Christmas. It sounds like the summer is a better time to go but I don't have a say in the matter. Would love to get some big game fish on a fly. I've caught a striped marlin before in Cabo San Lucas but would love the opportunity to do it again but on a fly rod. Dorado are way fun on a fly rod so I wouldn't mind them either. Just wondering if anyone has taken charters or had luck with light tackle from shore. Thanks.
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Hi liv2fish,

Do a search on Hawaii and you will get a lot of post about fishing there. I think that Stan Wright fishes there a lot. You might want to send him a pm.

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thanks, i'll def. do a few more searches.
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Always glad to help. Contact me any time.
Peacock bass fishing has been good, and the bonefishing should pick up as the weather cools.
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Going back to Maui in late February. I've done the web search before on potential bonefishing and the closest I've heard about has been in the vicinity south of Kihei. I also wouldn't mind knowing potential spot from shore for GT's. Thanks, in advance, for any help.
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