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 custom 18 foot tunnel hull, flats skiff, equipped with casting and poling platforms. The boat has a 2019 four stroke Suzuki 115 engine. It’s the only boat like it in the entire state.

Deep sea fishing and light tackle bottom fishing charters are also available options on a larger 24 foot custom, twin Evinrude Etec engine, power catamaran. Popping for GT’s can also be arranged,  most anglers choose to use their own gear for this activity as it requires very specific tackle.

A unique fishing experience is in store for you. Moloka’i has the largest flats of any island in the state of Hawaii. The expansive flats offer varied terrain, from soft sandy areas to coral infused bottoms that require good footwear to wade.

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.  Of course flyfishing is 100% catch and release.

Once in awhile the capt catches a fish too.

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Today was a truly epic day of flyfishing, as much of what happened may never be duplicated again. The father son team of Dave and Nate Tsao scored on multiple Bonefish, Josiah caught a trophy nine pound Bonefish. He also got his largest Moi on flygear as well, it went four pounds. Dave landed several Bones too. Best was Nate and Josiah landing a double

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Gary Garland finally hooked and brought a Molokai Bonefish to hand after several failed attempts.

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Some days a non target species comes onto the scene, as Gary Garland from Colorado found this Unicorn fish quite by accident.

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Steve Thatcher from Washington state scored his first Molokai Bonefish today despite really blustery wind conditions.

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This young boy got to fish with me for his 9th birthday. His grampa treated him to a charter as he’s fishy kid that LOVES to fish. He said he never caught as many fish as he did today.

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Dan Walker from Montana landed his first two Bonefish ever so he’s no longer a Bonefish virgin.

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A couple of couples from Alaska had a fun “Catching” day

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Roy Keen and his wife Marie wanted to fish the flats of Molokai and were successful in landing several hefty Molokai Bones to hand today, too bad number three came unbuttoned.

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Cheryl Harms from Alaska,landed her first Molokai Bonefish despite NO sun and inclement weather. It was a trophy fish that went 28 inches. Her husband Dennis landed a Bluefin Trevally

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