Honolulu, Hawaii, August 9, 2017
A report from Eric for mikescatchreport.com
I just returned from my trip to Guam, Yap, and Palau so I decided to email SteveT to see if he wanted to fish. He was agreeable so we met up at our favorite fishing spot.

The weather was great and the winds were running around 10 to 15 mph. The tide was dropping and the water was clear. We started to walk down the beach just talking about everyday things--like when he would leave the Islands for his move to the mainland with his family--and my fishing adventures in the Southern Pacific.

We waded out and started to fish. SteveT got the first hook up, as always, then I stuck one so we had a double! We both brought our fish in and released them.
I hooked into another one not long afterward, about the same size as the first. We started to walk down the coast and SteveT hooked another bone I missed one then SteveT got two more.

With the last cast, our day ended with six bones and one miss. It was a good day for both of us and I hope we can fish together again some day when he returns with his family for a vacation.

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