Fishing Hawaii is not a numbers game
For a while stories of giant bonefish have been emanating from Hawaii. The fishery there is relatively undeveloped and can be enjoyed in the company of Captain Kenny Karas who has been guiding these pristine waters for over 30 years. His purpose designed flats boats and great guides know the fishery well and will have you sight fishing to the biggest bonefish of your life.
Fly fishing in Hawaii is not a numbers game, and this is a tough fishery. It can be flat out brutal with big winds, spooky, massive bonefish (the Hawaiian state record is 18lb) and every single bonefish is earned. But the payoffs are huge also.
On a four hour fishing charter you can expect 15 to 20 shots plus at bonefish and on an eight hour charter you could expect in the region of 30 to 50 shots.