Advice For Kauai?

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  1. JQUAN

    JQUAN Member

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    Hello everyone,

    I hardly ever post, because I'm mainly just absorbing as much fly fishing knowledge as possible. That being said, I've been graced with a trip to Kauai and I'm looking for some advice. What should I bring? Where should I go? Should I get a guide? If so, who should I hire? Any advice is greatly appreciated.

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. David Loy

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    This has been talked up several times in the last 3 years or so. Try using the search here and you'll come up with a lot of decent information. I love Kauai, but not an expert fisher there. I haunt the South side. The most common Bonefish beach you'll find mentioned is Anini on the North end of the island.
     
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    I had a bonefish guiding service on the island in 2005 and would be happy to talk with you about the Kauai Bonefish experience. you can contact me at deliajeffrey@yahoo.com or if you can stand all the political BS, I post fishing stories on Jeffrey Delia Facebook page. If you send me a note that you want to friend me that works too.
     
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    Pretty sure Jeffrey is back in Washington now. I went out with him too, maybe 10 years back. I hear folks talk about Rob Arita but don't know him.
    Certainly possible that Jeffrey moved back to the island though. I haven't kept in touch. Bob Triggs would know.