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.

Mike McCord landed his first Moloka’i Bonefish with his flyrod.

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Vicente Undurraga Perl caught a nice Whitey Trevally

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Clay Guinn landed a nice Barred Jack with his flyrod.

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Steve O’brien had some action, bringing to hand several fish. His first Moloka’i Bonefish and a nice Barred Jack

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Kirby Kester and Josh from Idaho both landed their first Moloka’i bonefish today. Both fish were nine + lb fish too. Kirby is in the gray shirt

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Oscar Maldonado landed his first ever Moloka’i Bonefish and his first time salt water fishing as well. Now he’s a converted trout fisherman.

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Keone Kauwe succeeded in landing a healthy 8.5 lb Moloka’i Bonefish. He also did some data collection to scientifically further the future of our Moloka’i Bonefish fishery.

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Chris Hemmetter had a fun day catching different species of fish on the Moloka’i flats. He said, it was like a “grand slam” or different species.

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Mike Taylor caught a nice assortment of fish for dinner.

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Lance Jones came from British Columbia to catch an Omi’lu with his flyrod

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