Shore fishing at sunset from West Maui is a joy whether you like fishing or just watching. Whether or not the fish are biting, you are going to see a beautiful sight.
Moloka’i and Lana’i are in many Maui sunset shots, so many that the two islands become familiar friends to anyone sunset viewing on the islands.
Shore casting is a long-held tradition in Hawaii, as it is in other coastal areas. Here the catch ranges from small reef fish to good size Ono, Mahimahi, Ulua, and the occasional eel.
From the Photographer:
“My two passions in life: Fishing & Photography!”
Golden reels flash in the sun as long rods reach oceanward with heavy rigging seeking big, open-ocean fish behind a Hawaii charter boat. read more
A father and child hit the shore on Oahu during a golden beach sunset to go fishing, although the little one may be more interested in playing in the small surf than pulling something out of it. read more
In the shallow depths just off the shores of Waikiki on Oahu, a gargantuan, stealthy, ship-looking vessel appears to cruise the sea bottom dwarfing the scuba divers who traverse its side. read more
A pair of Hawaii locals gets in an evening fish from the shore at Haleiwa on Oahu’s North Shore as small surf rolls in. read more
A father and son take to the Hawaii shoreline with long sticks, a basket, and other tools to catch black rock crabs, locally known as aama. read more
At sunset near Kapa’a, Kauai a Hawaiian throw net fisherman plies his craft. read more