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    01-18-2018, 06:24 AM
    The easiest way to ID a Hawaiian deepwater sharpjaw bone from the shallow water roundjaw is to look for a yellow-green fingernail-size spot just...
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    01-17-2018, 12:01 PM
    Bonefish do learn from past mistakes and the heavily pressured bones on Oahu, Hawaii have been caught more than once. Ever watched a bone run over...
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    01-17-2018, 01:43 AM
    Oldskewl808 is correct that there are 2 bonefish species in Hawaii. The shallow water species is called “round jaw” and the deep water version is...
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I have found saltwater fly fishing, pursing the Hawaiian Bonefish, to be extremely challenging because it is so different from other forms of fishing that I also enjoy. It is complicated yet at the same time simple in concept. Everything from fly casting into the wind, tying bonefish flies that swim correctly, and developing that flats fishing sense are skills critical to success. Despite the difficulties, it is important to always keep the learning process fun and develop your own personal fishing style. And spread the passion, take a kid fishing.
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Hawaii by the Rainbow Sea
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Saltwater fishing, what else can you do on a rock with Hawaii's high cost of living?
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Environmental Scientist

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