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Bluefin Trevally


Bluefin trevally eagerly take a shrimpy looking fly and are a welcomed diversion to the absence of bonefish.

Photo/illustration: Steven B. Schweitzer ©2014




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From: Terry Benedict · terry·at·hawaiianangler.com  Link
Submitted April 12th 2006

In Hawaii this little Trevally is called a Omilu.They do not get as big as the Ulua, which grow to well over 100lbs.



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