Half Day Fly Fishing
$400 first Angler
$75 for Additional Angler
Maximum of 3 anglers
Full Day Fly Fishing
$700 first Angler
$100 Additional Angler
Maximum of 3 anglers
Our half day and full day bonefish charters on the fly are awesome. We take a maximum 3 anglers per trip. A half day fly fishing charter (4-5 hours) is $400 for the first angler, and $75 for each additional angler. A full day charter (7-8 hours) is $750 for the first angler, and $100 for each additional angler. Our captain will meet you at our designated meeting point in Keehi Small Boat Harbor, or pick you up from Waikiki locations for an addition fee of $50. If you decide to be picked up, we will be trailering our flats boat. Please find an adequate spot to for pick up. Tax and processing fees apply to all credit card transactions. To secure a fly fishing trip we will require a deposit of $100 at the time of booking.
On the trip we provide the rods, reels, wadding shoes, coolers, snacks and custom designed flies. We use top-of-the-line fly rods (5-10 wt) to include brands such as Sage, Redington and Hatch. With the size and strength of these bonefish, we predominantly use the 8 weight rod. We also have a variety of reels to choose: Galvin, Nautilus, Sage, and Hatch. We have both right hand and left hand retrieve. Our wading shoes are felt bottom socks to help with traction when walking on the flats. This type of shoe is called the "Tabi." Please feel free to bring your own supplies, as well. We also design flies that are made especially for bonefish.
If you are an avid fly fisherman or fly tying specialist, please fell free to reach out to us for the latest new fly patterns. Feel free to bring your own gear. Keep in mind that you will need at least 100 yards of backing.
Our blog and YouTube pages are updated often. We provide our customers with tips, expectations, and ideas when planning your fly fishing outing. An important article to read is our blogpost about expectations for your fly fishing excursion. Please read below.
For more tips and information, please visit our blog. Our blog is designed to help you decide where to fish, who to fish with, and if you do it on your own, what to expect.