HI Tide Fly Fishing located on the island of Oahu is a Hawaii Saltwater Fly Fishing guide service targeting Hawaii Bonefish on fly.
Oahu, Hawaii is world renowned for its breathtaking beaches, amazing surf breaks and beautiful mountain ranges. However, one thing the most isolated island chain on earth is not well known for is saltwater fly fishing and it’s trophy bone fishery. The first thing that comes to mind when fishing in Hawaii is deep sea fishing.
The island of O’ahu, which means the gathering place, is home to some of the largest bonefish or “‘O’io” on earth. We have amazing flats on both the eastern side of the island and the southern side that present the visiting angler opportunities to wade or pole flats in search of these elusive giants. Our bonefish average 5 to 7 pounds consistently, but come prepared for shots at some in the 8 – 10 pound plus range.
We offer specialist guided Saltwater Flats fly fishing day and multi-day trips in Hawaii, and fly fishing Oahu with Captain Jesse Cheape. Fish out of my 16’ Action Craft flats boat designed for fly fishing and light tackle inshore Captain Jesse Cheape is a lifelong fisherman born and raised in Hawaii and combined with his 16 foot Action Craft flats boat he can get you on the fish. Whether you are vacationing in the islands or just stopping by on your to Christmas Island, let HI Tide show you what Hawaiian fly fishing is all about. Come join me for a fun memorable day on the water!
Often we get asked on what flies do Hawaiian Bonefish eat!? The Bonefish here in Hawaii can sometimes be tough to fool into eating a fly.