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Whoa! What kind of fish is that?

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Its call a Maha maha or something like that. We caught three of those and something like 8 tuna

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not  bad for a days work. Thanks for the pics

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And work it was. I had to drink my beer with my left hand because my right had was so tired and sore. But so much fun.

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Hmmmmm. Fresh caught tuna. 8 tuna is a good day.

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Where are you fishing exactly? What a beautiful background that is. Beer on a boat is bad news. Hope you were careful :P

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Cool pictures looking for bass. By the way that one fish is called a mahi mahi or some people will call it a dolphin.

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Your right bassdocktor. I knew it was something like that. As far as the beer. It was a charted boat so I didnt have to drive. Just real them in. This was in Maui,HI. last month. It is so nice there. My hotel was right on the beach. Wake up in the morning, sit on the balconey, drink my coffie and watch the whales or the ladies by the pool..... ;D

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Grilled Mahi Mahi and Tuna....  

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Nice Fish. Hawaii is amazing.  Nice beaches, good weather, and top notch fishing.   I went Marlin fishing in Kona Hawaii, a couple summers ago.  Caught a 643 lb Blue Marlin, something I will never forget.  I will see if i can find a picture.  

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Great pics.

I knew right away you were not fishing for bass by the size of the rod and reel.

Had you been fishing for bass with that rod and reel then it is time for a road trip to Maui.

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We were heading back in and hooked a Marlin. But lost it just as fast. The charter we were on, holds the recorded for marlin caught from a charter. Two of them over 1000lbs.

As far as the poles and the bass. Mabey in Texas....

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Grilled Mahi Mahi and Tuna....

also, raw/ sushi

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looked like sashimi time!

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