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Fishing on Molokai

Information about shore fishing and deep sea fishing on Molokai including a list of Molokai's charter fising boats.

Information about shore fishing and deep sea fishing on Molokai including a list of Molokai's charter fising boats. Most of Molokai's fishing boats are based at Kaunakakai Harbor, but a few of them are based at Hale O Lono harbor, a secluded breakwatered harbor near the Laau Point Lighthouse.

Alyce Sportfishing
Captain Joe Reich
PO Box 825
Kaunakakai, Molokai, Hawaii 96748
Phone: 808-558-8377
Offers deep sea fishing charters off the coast of North Molokai and in the area between South Molokai, Lanai, and the Penguin Banks. Guests can keep as much of their catch as they can reasonably make use of. Half day, 3/4 day, and "round the island" packages are available.

Fun Hogs Sportfishing (aka Molokai Fishing)
Kaunakakai Harbor, Slip 11
Kaunakakai, Molokai, Hawaii 96748
Phone: 808-567-6789
Captain Mike Holmes offers 4 to 8 hour near-shore and deep-sea fishing excursions on a 27 foot cabin cuiser called the "Ahi". Excursions include reef fishing on Hawaii's longest barrier reef and deep sea fishing for Marlin, Ahi (Tuna), Mahi Mahi, and Wahoo.

Hallelujah Hou Fishing
PO Box 732
Kaunakakai, Molokai, Hawaii 96748
Phone: 808-336-1870
Captain Clayton Ching offers bottom fishing and deep fishing excursions. From Captain Ching: "This is a special, owner operated, charter adventure that offers a very personable and memorable experience. The island itself is unique in that there are no fast foods, no shopping malls, no traffic lights, no crowds and no traffic. There are however a lot of very friendly people with a lot of Aloha. Molokai is the most Hawaiian Island. E Komo Mai..(welcome)"

Sudden Rush Adventures
This Honolulu-based fishing boat operator offers a "Honolulu-Molokai Overnighter" fishing and camping package.

See also:
- Fishing on Other Islands
- All Activities on Molokai
- Attractions on Molokai

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