Went out on a guide trip with Don Memmer, email@example.com, on the Kona Coast of Hawai'i. My husband and I rented a home in Puako for the week and had to fish. Don took us to Anaeho'omalu, also called A-Bay, about 10 miles south of Puako. I still can't believe how many fish there were, I thought I would need to be out on a boat, near rocks and rough coast line, but we were on a sandy beach up to knees in water. Bonefish and Blue Trevally came up to the shrimp fly in 3 feet of water! Don taught us to let a shrimp fly sink to the bottom and lightly move the fly, when the fish nibbled to set the fly by putting the rod into the water and pulling the line. Kinda hard at first, the trout hit is just a habit in me. Trevally's put up a decent fight but no Bonefish that day, though I did have a 5 pound Bonefish take the fly but I couldn't set it. Don was a little frustrated with me on that one. Don Memmer and his wife Joy both came out that day. Joy does private snorkeling and her knowledge of the reefs and wildlife is amazing. They're the perfect fishing couple, she knows the reefs and where the fish are, Don's casting skills catch the fish. It can't get better that that! My husband had 3 fish that day, no Bonefish, but Blue Trevally's aren't bad. The following days I fished the reef at low tide in Puako. I got into a brown spotted/striped football sized fish. I think it was a Goatfish.