Purebred Mouflon Sheep are considered the most highly prized game mammal on the Island of Hawaii. They live in rough lava flows at high elevation on the slope of Mauna Loa volcanoe. Nahele Outfitters offers one of the last opportunities to hunt trophy free range mouflon rams on the Big Island. We manage the population very closely and offer a limited number of hunts per year to ensure maximum opportunities for our hunters. The hunt is a 3 day 2 night hunt with lodging and meals provided.
One day hunts are available at a rate of $1000 per day with a $2500 harvest fee.
The hunt includes 1 buck with a main beam length under 27" and one doe. For a buck with a main beam length over 27" a $1000 trophy fee applies.
Axis deer are found on the Island of Molokai. They are completely free range and they are incredibly weary animals that spook easily. Our mainland hunters tell us they're like whitetail deer on crack. They can be hunted with archery equipment out of a tree stand or spot and stalk with a rifle.
Spanish Goats are hunted in rough terrain in some remote and Beautiful parts of the Big Island. Goats are primarily active first thing in the morning, and bed down in the heat of the day. Our goat hunt offers two mornings of hunting cutting out when the goats are no longer moving. Goats can be hunted with a rifle or archery equipment, using spot and stalk techniques.
Hawaii Island boasts some of the best turkey hunting in America. There are plenty of gobblers and some amazing country to hunt in. Hunters consistently take long beards with archery or shotgun. The Turkey Season is November - January and March 1st - March 31st. We call them in over decoys and do spot and stalk. Price is per day.
We also offer a two-day hunt for $1500 (limit two birds)
Vancouver bulls are similar to the Scrub bulls found in Australia. They were introduced to Hawaii by British Admiral George Vancouver in 1790. The descendants of these animals animals have been living wild in the dense pockets of rainforest on Mauna Loa ever since. Vancouver bulls are Hawaii's dangerous game. Wounded bulls have been known to charge, and guides accompany both archery and rifle hunters with a 12 gauge slug gun in hand. Trophy bulls can weigh well over 1000 pounds.
Price is $1000 per day with $750 harvest fee.
Meat Hunts for wild cows are available for $850
Black Hawaiian Sheep and mouflon hybrid sheep also live in high elevations on the slopes of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa volcanoes in some of the most beautiful upland forests that Hawaii has to offer. Sheep can be hunted with a rifle or archery equipment, using spot and stalk techniques.
Standard Package: $1000 per day with $500 Harvest Fee
Trophy Package: $1500 per day
Gold Medal (35 inches plus) Harvest Fee $1,500
Trophy (28 – 34 inches): Harvest Fee $1,000
Less than trophy ram: Harvest Fee $500