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Old 04-18-2007, 02:57 AM
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Default Hawaii Oio (bonefish)

Standing in waste deep water, with a 35 MPH wind whipping white caps up all around you is not my idea of ideal fishing conditions, but the guys managed to spot several Oio (bonefish) They hooked, landed, and released a few.. Others were too hot to handle and cut the leader on the sharp coral. Dean was the only guy who landed one close enough to me so I could snap a picture. Regardless of the nasty conditions... an exciting time was had by all.
What do you figure? 7 pounds?
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Stan
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