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Captain Rick's Hawaiian Roots run deep- born in Honolulu to a fifth-generation Kama'aina family, Rick is no Johnny-come-lately to Hawaii, or fly fishing. He has been hosting fly fishers in the top worldwide angling destinations for over 30 years. Working with the world's finest lodges as a professional fly fishing guide and lodge manager, guiding literally thousands of fly fishermen on the saltwater flats of Hawaii and remote Pacific Islands, as well as rivers of the American West, Pacific Northwest, Patagonian Argentina, and the Kola Peninsula of North Western Russia.
Captain Rick caught his first Hawaiian Bonefish on a fly in 1976, and fly fished all over the Hawaiian Islands for many years without seeing another fly angler on the flats (it was great while it lasted). A day on the water with Captain Rick provides uncommon insight to many aspects of Hawaii's culture, history, fishing, and conservation as Rick misspent much of his youth on many of the same bonefish flats that he guides today.
Whether it is your first guided bonefishing trip, or you have fly fished for many years, Captain Rick has the knowledge, skills, patience, and humor to make a day on the water truly memorable. Today his reputation for gracious hospitality, a wealth of fly fishing knowledge, and attention to detail, is unequaled in Hawaii. Unlike many other "guides" in Hawaii, Rick is fully licensed, insured, and a credentialed United States Coast Guard (USCG) Captain.
Rick also hosts numerous adventures to Christmas Island and other remote Pacific Island destinations each year. Contact us at BonefishHawaii.com for more details, we have been travelling to Christmas Island since 1979 and have a great perspective on the atoll and its fishery. Best thing is there is never an extra fee for our services, same price as if you book direct. We have got the skinny on travel, lodging, gear, and when to go. Give us a ring and cut to the chase. www.BonefishHawaii.com
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