Directions

Directions

For those of you who are returning we are in the same slip in Port Allen and have also added another. FIRST SLIP, FIRST DOCK. Also SECOND SLIP, SECOND DOCK For you new anglers, we know you may not have been to the island before so check out the map and go over the directions below. Please avoid calling at 6:30 am from Kekaha because you missed the turn at McDonalds in Eleele.

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Port Allen Small Boat Harbor
Eleele, HI 96705

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Written Directions from the North and East side

Get on Highway 50 (the one that goes around the whole island). Head WEST. Go to the intersection where the airport is located. Yes it's the pretty one with flowers and waterfalls. At the intersection you will be at Kaumualii Highway (Kuhio turned in to Kaumualii at the Hanamaulu turn but you wouldn't know that) and Ahukini. TURN RIGHT AT THIS TRAFFIC LIGHT. Head Mauka (toward the mountain) until the next traffic light. This is Ahukini and Kuhio Highway (Highway 50). Turn LEFT and proceed through Lihue town. There is a McDonalds here but its not the one in Eleele so don't get confused. Keep going West for about 16 miles. You will see a McDonalds on the left. Turn LEFT just before the McDonalds. This is Kuhio Highway and Waialo. Head MAKAI (toward the ocean). You will be going down a slight hill. A commercial center will be on your right and it has all the NaPali tour companies. Turn RIGHT just after the center and before the dirt parking lot. Proceed down the hill. YOU MADE IT! Park on the right side jetty. Use the restroom. Get your things (what to bring). Captain J will be along sooner or later to take you fishing.

Written Directions from Popu

Get to Koloa Town. There is a Chevron gas station located here. When coming up from Poipu the station will be on your right and you will be heading Mauka (toward the mountain). Turn LEFT at this intersection. You are now on Koloa Road. It is a back country road that will meander along for about 5 miles. It will bring you to a traffic light at the intersection of Kuhio Highway (Highway 50) and Koloa Road. Turn LEFT and proceed WEST for about 10 miles. You will see a McDonalds on the left. Turn Left just before the McDonalds. This is Kuhio Highway and Waialo. Head MAKAI (toward the ocean). You will be going down a slight hill. A commercial center will be on your right and it has all the NaPali tour companies. Turn RIGHT just after the center and before the dirt parking lot. Proceed down the hill. YOU MADE IT! Park on the right side jetty. Use the restroom. Get your things (what to bring). Captain J will be along sooner or later to take you fishing.

Written Directions from the West side

If you are staying on the WEST SIDE you are like family already so you know where you are. But in case you had too much at the Luau last night pay attention. Get on Highway 50 (Kuhio Highway) and head EAST. Proceed though Hanapepe Town and go up the hill on the other side. There is a McDonalds on the right. Turn RIGHT just after the McDonalds. This is Kuhio Highway and Waialo. Head MAKAI (toward the ocean). You will be going down a slight hill. A commercial center will be on your right and it has all the NaPali tour companies. Turn RIGHT just after the center and before the dirt parking lot. Proceed down the hill. YOU MADE IT! Park on the right side jetty. Use the restroom. Get your things (what to bring).Captain J will be along sooner or later to take you fishing.

DO YOURSELF A FAVOR AND SKIP THE COFFEE AT THE MCDONALDS. IF YOU NEED A CUP THEN DRINK SOME WATER ONCE ON THE BOAT.

WHAT TO BRING?

A few things can make your trip a bit more comfortable so bring them along. Prepare the night before so you don’t forget anything early in the morning.

SUNGLASSES: Sunglasses help your eyes relax , cut the wind and enhance natural colors. More importantly polarized glasses cut glare and enable you to see the fish better.

HAT: Wide brim is best, although a snug fitting cap is a fair substitute. A clip or tether will keep it around if the sea breezes pick up. The “Big Ta DO ” will stop for AHI but not for hats blown from the deck.

SUNSCREEN: SPF 45 and waterproof. Tropical sun is deceiving. Ocean breezes trick you into feeling cool while you are soaking in the solar rays. Protect yourself to the maximum and reapply often. Sunbathe at the beach, protect yourself on the water. Don’t forget, Lips, Lips Lips and Noses!

SHOES: Deck type shoes are a good start. Rock’n and roll’n is the way it is so be comfortable but provide support and traction if you can. Think about walking around on deck, fish jumping around and people moving in and out of the way. It’s a little crazy in the melee, so dress for it.

JACKET: You may want to put one in the bag. Mornings are brisk and the weather can change. Try for something waterproof and on the light side, an undershirt with long sleeves and then the reliable and trusty T-shirt with your favorite fishing logo. On almost any day the weather is near great but when it’s not, it’s good to be prepared.

A LIGHT SNACK: Bring a little something to hold you over should you decide to extend your fishing trip. We will provide water and island juice.

SEA SICKNESS: Prepare the day before! Avoid massive meals like a Mothers Day buffet the day before. Avoid drinking too much the night before. Avoid dehydration by getting lots of water the day before. Get some exercise and visualize what you will be doing the day before. Think about catching and participating on the team the day before. Eat less grease and coffee. Have a light breakfast and bring a light snack. Avoid sodas. Ginger root is a local remedy for seasickness but it is best to consult a pharmacist or your physician if you are prone to seasickness.

A COOLER: We enjoy sharing the taste of the islands with our clients and friends. Please bring a small cooler or waterproof container to hold a portion of the catch. . We will cut some fish and ice it down for you to take to your little place on Kauai and share with family or friends.

THE LAST, LAST THING: Please tell us of any condition or concerns you may have that require our attention or you feel our knowledge of will help us prepare for providing a higher level of service and enhance your ocean experience. Mahalo for your understanding.

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