Nawiliwili Yacht Club’s Father’s Day Keiki Fishing tournament returns

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    Nauai Dowsett shows off the papio he pulled out, Sunday during the NYC Father’s Day Keiki Fishing Contest at the Nawiliwili Small Boat Harbor.

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    NYC officials Jim Saylor and Fred Styers come to check on the small ta‘ape brought in by Aila and Mila Okasaki, Sunday during the NYC Father’s Day Keiki Fishing Contest at the Nawiliwili Small Boat Harbor.

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    Anthony Louis pulls up a ta‘ape, Sunday during the NYC Father’s Day Keiki Fishing contest at the Nawiliwili Small Boat Harbor.

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    Vernon Javinar, winner of Most Fish Caught, demonstrates his responsible fishing habits by releasing a manini submitted for the NYC Father’s Day fishing tournament, Sunday at the Nawiliwili Small Boat Harbor.

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    Jim Saylor, one of the NYC Father’s Day Keiki Fishing officials and sponsors, test drives a NAPA football prize, Sunday while Katie and Brian Attendido get their gear ready for the keiki fishers at the Nawiliwili Small Boat Harbor.

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    Cheyla DeFries attracts a crowd of young fishers as she brings her 22-pound ulua for weighing, Sunday during the NYC Father’s Day Keiki Fishing tournament at the Nawiliwili Small Boat Harbor.

NAWILIWILI — An ulua tipping the scales at 22 pounds made a big splash Sunday during the Nawiliwili Yacht Club’s Father’s Day Keiki Fishing tournament set up outside the Kaua‘i Sailing Association building at the Nawiliwili Small Boat Harbor.

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