Capt. Jesse Cheape Oahu Hawaii fly fishing guide. Born and raised in Wahiawa Hawaii. A life long fisherman in Hawaiian waters, fishing Offshore to Peacock Bass found in the lake. After earning his USCG license Jesse turned his passion for the ocean and fishing into career. Capt. Jesse has the knowledge and patience to make a great day on the water, works hard to put you on the fish and to make the best possible cast.
USCG licensed Captain, Fully Insured and State of Hawaii commercial permit.
Capt. Jake Brooks is from Bradenton, Florida. Ever since I could walk, I’ve had a rod in my hand. Having a dad that was crazy about bass fishing, I followed suit. It wasn’t untill age 11 that I got into fishing saltwater. Fishing the inshore flats for snook, tarpon, redfish, and trout. I moved to Oahu in 2010 to make surfboards for a living. It wasn’t until I had a friend moving to the mainland tell me about catching his first bonefish on the fly here. I had no idea Hawaii had bonefish, let alone some of the biggest in the world. I grabbed a fly rod and reel the next week, dove in head first and haven’t looked back since. Out of all the fish I’ve caught in my life, Hawaiian bonefish are defiantly my favorite.