Rob A

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  1. Ill take 6 & 7.
  2. Good stuff
  3. The more you fish you get a better feel for this and it will happen less. For now though you could ditch the swivel and tie leader to line with a double uni.
  4. I think I may go the guide route. Just makes sense for a couple reasons. Probably a long shot but anybody use Kona Shoreline as a guide service?
  5. That's a good idea. I googled it and came up with one. Kona shoreline. Wouldn't have to transport or buy new rod/reel. And get a little local knowledge at the same time.
  6. On route 110 in Melville there are couple good steakhouses. Blackstone, The Refuge, One10, The Bryant. A little pricey but good. If I had to pick one it would be Blackstone.
  7. That's probably the plan.
  8. Wow that was some wave!
  9. The chance of success is small. Wont have all my gear, don't know tides or structure. Wont be able to devote enough time to figuring it out. Cant pass up a chance to fish there though. Don't know when I will ever be going back.
  10. A GT from the shore would be amazing.
  11. Offer $450 shipped PP
  12. Throw mostly bucktails in area I fish. All those lava rocks look fishy. Gotta believe a bucktail would catch fish there. Anyone know what type of fish might be on west shore in July?
  13. Taking the family to the big island next week for 10 days. Staying on west coast by Kona. I know they have a great offshore fishery. Has anyone fished from the shore there? Traveling light so wont be able to pack rod/reel. Might pick up a cheap rig and gift it to someone when I leave. Any info/suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
  14. Does keep the crowds away though.