Serene Hawaiian beaches have another blissful experience for you. Join North Shore Tour Guide for a fun and exciting 2-hour adventure. Captain Kenneth runs fishing trips from a private beach on the north shore of Oahu. Away from all the hustle and bustle, you’ll have your fishing lesson in a peaceful, secluded spot.
Forget about the sea-sickness or worrying if the water will be choppy. You’ll be on the beach the whole time, with your bare feet resting in the soft sand. As the beach has more space than any boat you could find, there’s enough room for everybody and you won’t feel cramped. The captain welcomes groups with up to 8 guests.
Kids of all ages are welcome to join but if they want to try out fishing, they should be old enough to hold a pole on their own. This is a perfect opportunity for kids to learn how to fish, without worrying if they are going to be uncomfortable on the boat.
You’ll target different Hawaiian species, some of them being Wrasse, Rockfish, Triggerfish, Bonefish, and many more. All fish are released as soon as they are reeled in. There are 5 time slots for this trip each day, so you only need to choose what time works best for you.
The captain will provide your fishing equipment but you need to bring your snacks and drinks, or anything you would normally bring to your day on the beach, such as towels, sunscreen, etc.
North Shore Tour Guide and Captain Kenneth are here for you year-round. Come here for your slice of this Hawaiian heaven.
Rods, reels & tackle
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If it is unsafe to travel, you may still cancel free of charge or change the date(s) of your booking.
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FAQs about North Shore Tour Guide
- $90 per person - 10 AM Trip (2 hours)
- $90 per person - 8 AM Trip (2 hours)
- Rods, reels & tackle (Shimano)
- Fishing License
- Inshore Fishing
- Reef Fishing
- Light Tackle
- Barracuda (Great)
- Jack Crevalle
- Triggerfish (Gray)
- Wrasse (Humphead)
- Yellowtail Amberjack