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Tyler Holm

Don’t get any bright ideas, just thought I would liven things up around here a bit. laugh.gif

I’m leaving for San Diego and then Hawaii for a total 17 days. We’ll be spending 4 days in sunny San Diego, then rock a 12 day cruise through the Hawaiian Islands. I’ll be back Oct 15th.

My new wife and I will be spending 1 day fishing off the coast of Kona, which is on the Big Island in Hawaii. We’ll also be attending a Luau in Maui, doing a chopter ride into an inactive volcano. Hiking and mountain biking are also in the itinerary. Hidden waterfalls, hot spring baths… lookout!

Oh I can’t wait.

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Down to Earth

Tyler,

Thanks for rubbing it in. Have a great time on the trip.

Andy

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WxGuy

Sounds like a great trip.

Have a good time!

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Fish_Hunter

Congrats Tyler on getting married. Good luck to you!! Hope you have a great time in Hawaii!!

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Meaney

tyler, that is also where i did my honeymoon! you WILL LOVE IT!!!!!! we stayed at a resort at the southeastern point of the big island. you must visit black sand beach and see the turtles! it is a must. smile.gif

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DEADhead

have a great time visiting my homeland Ty!

let us know how the fishing went. Eat some ahi for me grin.gif

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harvey lee

You are sure going to miss some great hunting Tyler. frown.gif

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ikeslayer

Although tyler i am jealous that you are going there i am not jealous as of the time of year you will be leaving. Everything is prime right now, Ducks, deer, geese, crows, pigeons, doves, fish, fish, fish, wow. But you only get one honeymoon. Promise us you won't think of us at all. ike

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Crickschop04

Quote:

Promise us you won't think of us at all. ike


ewww.

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PDM

Congrats Tyler. I hope you both have a a great trip.

PDM

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troutmaster

lucky guy, have fun tongue.gif

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Tyler Holm

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Rugbyguy

Looks like you had a good time Tyler!! Awesome fish, better post the story!

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DEADhead

now that's a hog!

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sachem longrifle

we also did a charter out of Hawaii. No marlin but some mahi mahi. Did you visit Pearl Harbor? I waited all my life to see it and we finally did this year. Maybe my next trip to hawaii will produce a marlin

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Tyler Holm

Yep, did the whole Pearl Harbor thing. Very touching.

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sachem longrifle

actually, I am hoping to complete the Fishing Trifecta this summer by a trip tp Alaska. Florida...Done. Hawaii...Done. Alaska...incomplete. I could have taken or left Hawaii after Maui, Pearl Harbor, and the fishing. We did our trip when they had all that rain in Hilo and Kauia. Glad you had a good time.

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