Honolulu, Hawaii, November 16, 2013
A report from Eric for mikescatchreport.com
Went out this morning to try my luck as the tide was heading down.

I arrived at my spot around 10:30am, when the tide was at its lowest point at 0.3 feet, and just beginning to rise where it was expected to top out at one foot. 

As I emerged from the pubic right-of-way to the beach I saw a lot of fly fish guys scattered across the flats trying their luck at catching a Hawaii bonefish. I made my way towards “The Circle” and started to cast. 

The wind was blowing in from the sea today so I aimed my cast towards shore and hooked up with my first bone of the morning. It wasn’t bad--weighed 3 1/2 pounds. I shot some pics and then let it go. I continued to fished a little more and decided to call it a day.

EQUIPMENT: USe a fast action 8 or 9 weight rod and floating line with an aggressively tapered leader and heavy tippet.