We were fishing from shore off one of the furthest rock points on the north shore of Maui. Trade winds blowing, the beautiful island of Molokai off in the distance and a bucket full of live bait. We were ready for some action. With the first bait on the third cast we hooked the first of three bluefin trevally. Shortly after landing the first one we hooked into the second one. It was like there was a small school swimming around the point where we were fishing. The client wanted to keep some fish to eat for his family. So after we landed the third one, the client suggested we let it go. I thought that was a great idea. It was in line with Hawaiian tradition to take only what you need.