Questions & Answers
Do I need a Fishing License?
No. The state of Hawaii does not require a fishing license at this time.
What do I need to bring?
We encounter all kinds of weather and it can change quickly, so please come prepared with a wind breaker, secure fitting hat, sunblock and a pair of polarized sunglasses. We will have a large cooler with ice to fit some food and a few beverages if you like.
What is the minimum age requirement?
We love kids! We can customize any of our three trips to accommodate you and a child age five(5) and older.
What types of fish are caught shore fishing on Maui?
bonefish(i'io) bluefin trevally (omilu) goatfish (moana) trumpetfish (nunu) barracuda (kaku) peacock grouper (roi)
gaint trevally (ulua) needlefish (i'i) etc...
What will the fishing locations and terrain be like?
We can fish from the beach and/or from the rocks. Some locations are a short walking distance from our vehicle. Others are a short hike down uneven terrain to the rocky shoreline. We can accommodate most levels of physical ability.
What time do you depart?
Depending on the time of year, typically 8am-1pm
Can you take more than 2 anglers?
We can accommodate up to 4 active anglers and/or people total. Depending on our location. We charge an additional fee $50.00 per person over and above the first two active anglers. However, we would not charge for anyone wishing to accompany you that will not be fishing.
Do you provide transportation?
You can be picked up and dropped off at your resort with a maximum of five people.
Do you offer afternoon trips?
Yes, we do. Afternoon trips typically can be just as productive as the morning.
What is the average catch?
We catch plenty of small reef fish (6oz.-2lbs.) with bait. We’ll often use the small reef fish as bait for some of the bigger reef predators (2lbs.-25lbs.), such as popio, omilu, and ulua.