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Old 08-22-2007, 02:59 PM
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While I was away, Bob was at play.....

Hey Stan,

I hope your trip to Christmas was a very successful one!
Just thought that I'd let you know what's been going on, here in Hawaii.......The fishing has been FANTASTIC! We are slamming fish with an average of 9 to 12lbs!
Here are a couple of pics that are showing a 11.75 and a 12lber! The first pic is of me.... I had the spidey senses going off so I went to the spot and got there at 4p.m. and twenty minutes later I got a 8lber which I released and at 5, I got the 11.75, that I also let go.....can you believe that? then at 5:45 I landed a 6....still swimming too.
Two days later I got the 12 for a young Kid from Washington.....we let that one go too!!!!!
Two days after that, in a two hour period, I got 3 more! A 5, 8 and a 9!
There are actually alot more 10 plus that we got for clients, but I'm babbling,

Bob Tang

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nice bones!!!
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Excellent! Looks like FUN!!!
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Old 08-31-2007, 02:54 AM
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Just thought that I'd let you know what's been going on, here in Hawaii.......The fishing has been FANTASTIC! We are slamming fish with an average of 9 to 12lbs!
Here are a couple of pics that are showing a 11.75 and a 12lber!
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How good is bonefishing during December and January, on Oahu??
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Just thought that I'd let you know what's been going on, here in Hawaii.......The fishing has been FANTASTIC! We are slamming fish with an average of 9 to 12lbs!
Here are a couple of pics that are showing a 11.75 and a 12lber!
Aloha,
Stan

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Mahalo for the photos...those are BIG BONES! Where in Hawaii did you hook those monsters...the one photo looks like Kaneohe Bay. Thanks again for sharing. If you have contact info that would be great...I visit Hawaii once a year.

Barry
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