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Video: Louie 'The Fish' sings Molasses Blues

Louie "The Fish" Denolfo Louie "The Fish" Denolfo
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

Last week's disastrous molasses spill has Louie "The Fish" Denolfo literally singing the blues.

"We had a lot of bookings right up to the spill, and the telephone went dead right after that," said Denolfo.

Denolfo and his son Joaquin provide guided fishing tours in Keehi Lagoon, but business dried up after last week's molasses spill killed tens of thousands of fish in the area.

Hawaii News Now joined the Denolfo's for a tour of what was once a prime spot for fly-fishing for bonefish.

While heading out to the fishing spot Louie sang the 'Molasses Blues'.

To watch the video on a mobile device click on the latest video section of the Hawaii News Now app.

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