If deep sea fishing is on your list of things to do in Kauai Hawaii, take a minute to read about our fish policy:
Eating your catch is always a fun and delicious way to end a memorable day of fishing. We are happy to provide each paying angler with enough fish for at least one or two meals.
Shared Charters: On Shared Charters, the catch is dispersed between the four to six passengers. The amount of fish caught is relative to the amount of fish divided up between our guests.
Private Charters: Private charters are also provided with enough fish for one to two meals for the members of the charter party.
We do not ship out fish to the Mainland and highly discourage freezing or keeping the fish in the refrigerator for more than 3 days.
The pelagic fish we catch are very delicate and have a relatively short shelf-life, becoming very fishy in taste if not eaten within the first couple days of being caught.
In the state of Hawaii, sport caught fish can be sold to restaurants, fish markets and wholesalers. Any extra fish that is not cut for passengers is distributed out in this manner. We also donate to churches on occasion and feed our family and friends but our customers always come first.