Green Hawaiian Log
Look for the Green Logs when walking the flats in Hawaii. Most times they will start moving and be average sized Hawiian bones cruising the flats looking for a big meal.
1st Hawaii Bone
Andy Kohler gets his first Hawaiian bonefish. He went on to get 2 more of these beautiful specimens
Chaz Hart 1st Hawaii Bone
"I have never had a bonefish take me into my backing" he said right before this pig tore through his fly line and made 2 more runs deep into his backing. Welcome to Hawaii my friend.
Another average size Molokai bonefish landed on the fly.
Nice Bone Landed
Robert worked hard for this fish! His first Hawaiian Bone as well as his 1st Molokai Bone.
Dan Finds a Tailing Bonefish
Dan found this fish tailing in the shallows. 2 casts later he was tight on this one.
Robert put his time in and got the hook up he was looking for. He deserved it.
Hungry Molokai Bonefish
First Bonefish Ever
Jeff spent the day on Molokai. He had never caught a bone. Luck was with him and a little skill and he stuck 2 and landed 1.
Marty Sheppard landed a nice little Jack. Not the target species. Fun none the less. Marty liked it.
Fight is ON! Bone Hooked
Jeff putting the wood to a fresh Molokai Bonefish first thing in the morning.
Bills First Bonefish
First Bone Ever
This fish was the first Bonefish ever landed by Jeff. He hooked a 2nd one that was larger, of course. 2nd fish ended up going across the reef and breaking him off.
MOLOKAI FLY FISHING
Bone on the run
Taking a Break
Power head change
Photo: Robert Dotson