The mission of Waikahe ‘Olu Trout Unlimited, is to conserve, protect, and restore North America’s trout and salmon fisheries, and their watersheds.
About Waikahe 'Olu Trout Unlimited
Waikahe 'Olu Trout Unlimited accomplishes this mission on local, state, and national levels with an extensive and dedicated volunteer network. Waikahe 'Olu Trout Unlimited’s national office, based just outside of Washington, D.C. Our regional offices employ professionals who testify before Congress, publish a quarterly magazine, and intervene in federal legal proceedings.
We work with the organization’s 142,000 volunteers in 450 chapters nationwide to keep them active and involved in conservation issues.
About Our Local Trout Unlimited Hawaii Chapter
We are not sure who spread the rumor about there being no trout in Hawaii, but they were wrong! We do have trout. Thus, we have a local Trout Unlimited Hawaii Chapter.
However, the trout fishing in the state of Hawaii is very limited, only occurring on one of the outer islands, Kauai. This being the case, our Trout Unlimited Hawaii Chapter does not focus exclusively on trout. We have other awesome fishing opportunities here, such as - bonefish!
Besides swapping fish stories, we get involved with the local community. From teaching local boy scout troops how to fly fish to perpetuating knowledge of watershed conservation, we comply with the national Trout Unlimited Hawaii Chapter 's mission.
As the local chapter of the Trout Unlimited Organization, we are involved in various social programs.
Fly fishing in the Waialae Iki stream located in Kauai, Hawaii is an absolute delight.