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Hawaii Freshwater

Fly Fishing Methodologies and Philosophies

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Hawaii Freshwater

Postby Stan Wright » Sun May 06, 2007 4:53 pm

The water level is dropping and starting to clear. I would guess a foot or two. Made it easier to see all those red devils and peacock bass.
The red devil action started picking up in the afternoon. But all in all they were pretty spooky and not to interested in biting.

Peacock bass were still on the spawning beds. We caught a few of the ones just swimming around. Size ranged from 6 inches to just under 3 pounds. Some of those little ones were schooling and chasing shad. Clay called it a "Popcorn Bust".... (all little baby peacock bass and very scattered action.)

A nice relaxing day on the lake.
Stan

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