Hawai’i Hunting & Fishing Regulations

Hawaii State Hunting and Fishing Regulations

Hawaii offers some of the most unique hunting experiences within the United States. Consisting of eight major islands, of which hunting is only allowed on six, there are numerous big game animals to pursue (some of which can be pursued year-round). The eight big game species found in Hawaii are axis deer, blackbuck antelope, Spanish goat, Hawaiian ibex, black Hawaiian sheep, mouflon sheep, Vancouver bulls, and wild boar.

Hawaii boasts some of the best saltwater fishing in the world. Fishermen can enjoy their chance at saltwater species such as marlin, yellowfin tuna, dorado, wahoo, spearfish, sailfish, swordfish, mahimahi, ono, uku, pacific blue, skipjack, trevally, barracuda, and Hawaiian salmon. Those looking to spend time fishing freshwater can enjoy the streams and lakes where various species such as rainbow trout, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, tucunare, channel catfish, bluegill, and tilapia. From beginner to expert level, Hawaii is a must for individuals looking for the ultimate spearfishing experience.

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Hawai’i State Regulation Guidebooks