I got the 10wt from another forum member. I was fishing a 6 wt from the beach mostly and the goat fish, hawk fish and needles were a blast. Fishing tan over white cloisters primarily.which BAG did you get again?
btw, great report thus far. Those goat fish pull HARD, don't they? What flies are you finding most productive? When I was there, it was a teal/white clouser in general and all black clouser around the rocks.
These boots are amazing. Second trip in them they are fantastic for Hawaii. I use them while paddle boarding for musky too.How do you like those boots and do you get sand inside them?
I wore my old low ankle NRS water shoes in Maui a month ago and got a lot of sand and corals inside.
It was annoying and painful too.
I’m fairly certain I was standing on the same beach at Poipu as @Swimmy and didn’t even know it. Offshore was rough for me. Never felt so nauseous in my life. Now I know I guess . Any sure fire sea sickness remedies???Go get em, I ma headed offshore tomorrow and sunday, Mems.
Hey I think Swimmy is on the Garden Isle right now as well.
Thank you for the reassurance. I will be prepared next time. I haven't spent too much time on boats since I grew up in the southern New Mexico desert. I hope to do far more tropical fishing in my futureThe scopalamine patch has worked well for me. Like most seasickness meds, it needs to be applied over an hour before you hit the water to provide time for the drug to be absorbed.