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.

Noah and Shannon Cervantes had an epic day fishing, despite looming dark clouds that appeared to be ready to dump rain. Turned out the clouds held back until we returned to the harbor. Noah was able to bring to hand his very first Moloka’i Bonefish and Shannon caught a small Blue finned Trevally. Noah even shared the casting platform with his sweetheart, Happy Valentine’s Day y’all.

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Epic day for John Sedor as it was his birthday present to go flyfishing for Bonefish. It was his very first Bonefish. His best friend Bryan Quinn also caught his first Bonefish too, so blessed to bat 200% today, as no fish were lost.

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The Koch ohana, father and two sons got to fish together and pulled up some great eating fish.

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Happy anglers from Idaho caught a few nice Moloka’i bones in beautiful conditions

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Kathleen never caught a Bonefish before so getting her first one was an epic feat. We also got to pull some hefty mangrove saplings to clean my “office” and make for a cleaner environment.

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Richard Nam is no longer a Bonefish virgin as he landed his first Moloka’i bonefish today, nice solid 8lb fish.

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Rory Tongg landed a small Kaku, his first on a flyrod too.

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Gary Tocatlian caught his first Moloka’i Bonefish and his first bonefish ever, despite extremely blustery wind conditions.

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Ryan Birringer really wanted to catch a Papio today and he got the desire of his heart five minutes before we finished our day of fishing. The fish got tangled up in some mangroves too, so it was fortunate that Josiah was close enough to be able to land the fish before it broke the tippet. Good job Ryan and Josiah, TYJ

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