All of our Big Game hunts are offered year round however the best months for Axis Deer are April-Sept as they are hard antlered in Hawaii during this time.
Bird hunting is offered Nov-Jan.
Hawaii requires purchasing your all-inclusive $105/non-resident Hawaii Hunting License in advance online at www.hunting.ehawaii.gov/hunting/license.htmland remember to bring a print out with you. If you are purchasing a Hawai’i License for the first time you will need your Hunter’s Safety Certificate and must fill out and submit the “Non-Resident Exemption Request Form” first. You will receive an email with further instructions as to how to purchase the license. If you do not have a Hunter’s Safety Certificate you can take an online course at www.hunter-ed.com/texas. No tags are needed for the private lands that we hunt on. We include caping and local taxidermy drop off.
Depending on the island you are visiting there are several options for lodging. We can pass on a discount at the following resorts: On Maui, www.alohaaku.com is located oceanfront on the South Shore, on the Big Island we recommend the Marriott Courtyard located in Kailua-Kona http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/koacy-courtyard-king-kamehamehas-kona-beach-hotel/.
On Moloka’i, we have a condo available for hunters at Molokai Shores at $150/night (tax inclusive) + cleaning fee.
We offer a complimentary pick-up service from Kona & Moloka’i accommodations, but we do recommend renting your own car.
We have a large selection of rifles, which you are welcome to rent ($50/gun includes ammo).
Hunt Hawaii and extend your season. Our outfitter here caters to the traveling sportsperson. A great hunt whether you travel to the islands strictly for a hunt of if you just happen to be there and need a change from being a tourist. The year round hunting takes place on multiple islands, offering top quality hunting on over 130,000 total acres of private land and varies from sea level to 8,000 feet depending upon species and island hunted. We offer excellent free range quality 1×1 hunts on over 130,000 acres of private land managed for trophies on five islands. Multiple species/island hunts are common with our guests as transportation between the islands is convenient and readily accessible.
Axis Deer were introduced to Hawaii in 1867 as a gift to King Kamehameha. They produce beautiful trophy mounts and average 30-inch long antlers and will reach up to 38″ main beams. Our axis deer hunts take place on Lanai or Maui and offer excellent quality trophy deer in Hawaii’s prime habitat. Hunters are amazed at the keen senses of free range axis deer and mature bucks are sought after trophies. Our outfitter has maintained a 98% harvest and 100% opportunity on trophy axis deer hunts over the past 20 years.
Trophy Black Hawaiian rams sport horns in the 30″+ range.
Spanish goats and Black Hawaiian sheep were originally brought to Hawaii in the 1700’s by Capt. Vancouver. Large, free range herds of Spanish goats exist in Hawaii’s more rugged terrain. Being a “fugitive species”, the majority of Hawaii’s goats exist in the vicinity of steep cliffs and lava fields. We boast some of Hawaii’s largest trophy goat herds, with recent aerial surveys putting our goat population at over 2,500 animals. It is not uncommon to see 100 Spanish goats per day. They have two distinct horn types: flared Spanish style and the unique “Hawaiian ibex”. Goats have keen eyesight and careful stalks are necessary to bag your trophy.
Polynesian boar arrived in Hawaii over 2,000 years ago with the first migrations of Polynesians to the islands. Boars are nocturnal by nature and our spot and stalk hunts are conducted in the late evening and early morning. The majority of our trophy boar sport tusks in the 2-3.5-inch tusks but can range up to 5-inches. The Boar we hunt on our properties average 100 – 200 pounds.
Axis deer, Polynesian Boar and Wild Game Bird hunts on 5,000 acres. Maui bucks average 29”-32” and guests normally see 20-30 deer/day or 5-10 pigs
Axis Deer, Blackbuck Antelope, Polynesian Boar and Game bird hunts on 22,000 acres. Guests will see an average of 75+ Axis deer and/or 20-30 Blackbuck. Axis bucks average 29”-33”.
Big Island of Hawai’i
Polynesian Boar, Spanish and Ibex Goat and Black Hawaiian Sheep on 40,000 acres. Guests will normally see 75+ sheep or goats depending on the area hunted. On pig hunts guests will see an average of 5-10 pigs/day.
Mouflon Sheep and Axis Deer hunts on 52,000 acres. On Lana’i it is common to see over 50 deer/day and the average buck harvested is in the 29″-31″ range. Mouflon rams taken average 25”-28″ and on average guests will see 20-30 sheep/day.
Polynesian Boar and Wild game bird hunting on 35,000 acres.
“Guide is not only a personal individual but also a great instructor. He takes the time to explain throughout the hunt habitation, history, people and the Hawaiian life. My son and I had a wonderful hunt and vacation.” Don W.
Axis deer, Polynesian Boar, Spanish Goat and Wild Game Bird hunts on 8,000 acres. Maui bucks average 29”-33” and guests normally see 20-30 deer/day, 5-10 pigs or 100+ goats according to the species targeted.
Maui Axis Deer Buck (2 day hunt) Success 99% $3,400
Maui Axis Mgmt Doe (1 day hunt) Success 99% $850
Polynesian Boar (1 day hunt) Success 95% $850
Spanish Goat (1 day hunt) Success 99.5% $1500
Axis Deer, Blackbuck Antelope, and Game bird hunts on 20,000 acres. Guests will see an average of 75+ Axis deer and 20+ Blackbuck. Axis bucks average 29”-32”.
Moloka’i Axis (2 day hunt) Success 99% $3,400
Moloka’i Blackbuck Axis Success 99% $3,800
Moloka’i Mgmt Doe (2 day hunt) Success 99% $750/per person
2 person minimum
Wild Game Bird (2 person minimum) $550/person Full Day
Black & Grey Francolin (6 Francolin per person/day. Limits are normal)
Big Island of Hawai’i
Polynesian Boar, Spanish and Ibex Goat and Black Hawaiian Sheep on 33,000 acres. Guests will normally see 75+ sheep or goats depending on the area hunted. On pig hunts guests will see an average of 5-10 pigs/day.
Black Hawaiian Sheep – full day hunt Success 99.5% $1,800
Mouflon Cross Sheep- 2 day hunt Success 99.5% $2,800
Spanish & “Ibex” Goats – full day hunt Success 99.5% $1,500
Polynesian Boar – full day hunt Success 95% $850
Rio Grande Turkey 2 day hunt Success 99.5% $1,500 Two toms
Wild Vancouver Bull – 2 day hunt Success 99.5% $2,800
Polynesian Boar and Wild game bird hunting on 35,000 acres.
Polynesian Boar – Full day hunt Success 99% $850
Wild game bird (2 person minimum) $550/person
Blue and Ringneck Pheasant (3 Pheasant & 10 Doves per person/day Limits are normal
To acquire a Hawaii Hunting License:
1) Print, complete and return by mail this Letter of Exemption form https://hunting.ehawaii.gov/hunting/LetterExempt.pdf to the Hawaii DLNR office (you will need your Hunter Safety Card to complete the form)
2)Once you receive the an Exemption number back (approx. 2 weeks) you can then go to https://hunting.ehawaii.gov/hunting/license.html to purchase a Non-Resident Hawaii Hunting License.
Please remember to print out and bring your license with you on your trip.
No tags are needed.
1×1 guides, in field transportation, field care of trophy/meat, local taxidermy drop off, snacks and refreshments.
Lodging, shipping trophies/meat, taxidermy, additional trophies and tips.
$50 firearm rental including ammo.
Lanai – Ferry ride to island where you will be met by the outfitter.
Maui – meet outfitter at ranch entrance, directions furnished by outfitter.
Easy: Somewhat easy walking when it comes to physicality. Minimal walking or hiking and terrain is very accessible. Mostly hunting from blinds or tree stands.
Moderate: Physicality is somewhat moderate to advanced. Spot and stalk method of hunting as well as some hunting from blinds. Terrain can vary from prairies to mountains at higher elevations.
Difficult: Requires an advanced degree of physical endurance. Terrain is typically more mountainous and hunting can take place at higher elevation.
Extreme: Most difficult and physically demanding hunts. Requires advanced to extreme endurance and terrain or game pursued may involve dangerous situations.