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Oahu over the Xmas break 11 Dec 2013 00:19 #1

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Hey guys,

Headed to Oahu over the XMas holidays for 2013. Will be our first time. Staying in Kailua. I'm the only fisherman in the family. Can anyone recommend a local outfit where I could get out on a shared Charter for a day?

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Oahu over the Xmas break 11 Dec 2013 02:51 #2

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I would think the hotel you stay at will have dozens of brochures for charter fishing. You might also try asking a taxi driver. And you can always search the Internet.

Enjoy your first visit to Kailua and good luck fishing!

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Oahu over the Xmas break 11 Dec 2013 03:09 #3

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Jim,

Well if he's staying in Kailua he's probably not staying in a hotel (probably a bed and breakfast). At any rate, if you're interested in deep sea fishing you should head over to Kewalu Basin. Most of the fishing charters are out of there. I have no special knowledge of any that are better than the next but I can tell you that if you show up in person you can negotiate a much better deal.

RB Cooper

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Oahu over the Xmas break 11 Dec 2013 03:09 #4

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jmcannonball wrote: I would think the hotel you stay at will have dozens of brochures for charter fishing. You might also try asking a taxi driver. And you can always search the Internet.

Enjoy your first visit to Kailua and good luck fishing!


Well yes, but I was looking for a recommendation ;)

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