Let’s go fishing

Captain Clayton Ching
Hallelujah Hou Fishing
PO Box 732
Kaunakakai HI 96748
(808) 336-1870
Email:
hallelujahhoufishing@hawaiiantel.net

Welcome to Hallelujah Hou Fishing

Hallelujah Hou Fishing with Captain Clay provides guided light tackle charter fishing and sport fishing adventures operating on Molokai, Hawaii. We provide fishing charters for experienced anglers, visitors, families, and locals, and specializing in fly fishing the flats for Bonefish on a flats skiff.  Deep sea fishing and light tackle bottom fishing charters are also available options on a larger 24 foot custom, twin engined, power catamaran.

A unique fishing experience is in store for you. No smelly diesel fumes to put up with or loud exhausts to compete with your conversation either. Just the soft hum of reliable four stroke outboards, so quiet that you almost forget that they are there, pushing you along on the beautiful blue Pacific Ocean.

Moloka’i. The name in itself lends to visions of blue oceans, sandy beaches, and pristine fringing reefs along the southern shore of the island and yes, most of all, FISH of all kind, depending on your taste buds and heart’s desires, available all along the island’s coastlines.  Of course flyfishing is 100% catch and release.

Jim Williams did some plugging for GT’s and connected with three nice fish

Jim Williams was ona GT mission and wife Carol went out as his support team. One nice fish about thirty pounds was released, one big one cut the leader and a smaller fifteen pounder released 



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Al Jonsson scored on a hefty Uku (gray snapper) 

Al and his wife did some bottomfishing and was able to connect with a hefty Uku in the process.




Bob Gorman connected on his first Moloka’i Bonefish caught flyfishing

Today was a learning adventure for Bob Gorman as he was able to enjoy the beauty of a perfect day on the flats, plus being able to land his first Moloka’i Bonefish too. TYJ




Nice Barred Jack for Mark with buddy Bill in approval

Textbook day with ultimate conditions, but fish were scarce for some reason, so this Barred Jack was very welcome.

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Dale Wells landed a big Moloka’i bonefish

Bill Shiner watches as Dale Wells prepares to release a big Moloka’i bonefish today. In spite of very difficult, southerly winds and cloudy conditions, all worked out for the good in the end. TYJ

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Epic, textbook day for John Hamilton

John landed three Moloka’i Bonefish today and had a long distance release on a fourth that came off about ten feet away, a fifth one broke off when he came tight and discovered his flyline was under his foot. These were the largest bones he’d ever caught, so he was a very happy angler, TYJ

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Mission: fish for dinner. Mission accomplished

These two couples scored on a mixed bag today, fish from the bottom, Uku, Ta’ape, and Papio. On the way out lost a small mahi close to the boat, but caught a Kawakawa, and on the way in connected with a nice 18lb cow Mahi. Happy anglers with a lot of action, including the 25 or so fish we released too! TYJ

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Jonathan Frommer scored on a nice pair of Molokai Bonefish today

Last quarter fishing in some very cloudy conditions which finally opened up to nice sunshine revealing these two big Bones, caught within ten minutes of each other. Both fish were in the 7-9 lb range.

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George Moerlein scored on a healthy Molokai Bonefish today

George was about to call it quits today because of the heavy cloud cover, but, was finally was able to connect on a cooperative fish today. TYJ

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Steve and Larry Green caught several Trevally

Steve and his dad Larry, from Canada, were able to land several nice fish today, an Omilu and a Whitey, both promptly released to be caught again another day.

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