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Fishing Hawaii Style

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Captain Jeff is the only Four Time Winner of the prestigious Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament’s “Henry Chee Award” presented to the top-scoring Hawaii charter fishing captain in the tournament. He now shares his passion for big game sportfishing in Hawaii with his son Brett who now Co-Captains the Humdinger along side his father.

If you would like to fish the tournament and do not have a team or boat, please contact us. Tell us your plans, we are putting a list of individuals together that would like to fish with others to share the cost. The Hawaiian Billfish Series LLC will just share the list of any individuals with other individuals that have submitted inquiries and the participants can put together their own entries and teams

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Jake Jacobs (center) Washington





Hawaiian Style Fishing
is a true hands on experience.  We try to get everyone involved from driving the boat to cutting the palu (bait).

This tour is recommended for the die-hard fisherman or for families who don’t mind the ocean spray on their face and fish smell on their shorts. We do fish aggressively and make the most of the time that is allotted.

- Captain Terry Teves

Introduction: Hawaiian Fishing Traditions

Captain Jeff is the only Four Time Winner of the prestigious Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament’s “Henry Chee Award” presented to the top-scoring Hawaii charter fishing captain in the tournament. He now shares his passion for big game sportfishing in Hawaii with his son Brett who now Co-Captains the Humdinger along side his father.

Hawaii Bonefish are big, strong and can be difficult to land. Bring a 7 or EIGHT-WEIGHT fly rod with a saltwater fly reel that holds at least 150 yards of backing. It is not uncommon to use all of this backing on a big fish. We suggest saltwater tapered floating lines like the RIO Bonefish Quick Shooter. Make sure you have a saltwater line that will not melt in the heat and will turn over big flies in a breeze. Generally 9-10 foot salt water tapered leaders will do it, we are big fans of a FLOUROCARBON TIPPETT. We recommend a leaders and tippett tapered to 12 or 15lb. These stiff saltwater leaders will help to drive your fly into the wind and also give you a chance of landing your fish of a lifetime when he has you wrapped around a coral head 100 yards into your backing. We have success with a variety of fly patterns including Mantis Shrimp, Crabs, and a number of other Bonefish and Permit fly patterns. On all guided trips we provide Sage fly rods, Hatch and Abel Reels, Rio Fly Lines, and an iced Yeti Cooler. It is never a bad idea to bring along a pair of wading shoes and good rain jacket, we love Patagonia.