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Hunting on Maui

Maui may not be the first place you think of when you think of hunting, but you'd bFeral Pige surprised at the rugged, uninhabited terrain that awaits you.  The species available for hunting are limited, but the numbers are plentiful, and the sheer beauty of the situation is something to behold.   Axis deer, feral pigs and feral goats are available for hunting, as are pheasants, chukar, francolin, quail, doves, and wild turkey.  The hunting seasons for each  vary, as they do most places, but the Axis deer are becoming so plentiful and becoming such a problem that the government has declared open season on hunting them and has eliminated the bag limit.

To hunt on Maui, you must first apply for a hunting license.  A license will set you back $106.50 if you're a non-resident (only $16.25 for residents), and a hunter education card or exemption letter.   Hunting is allowed from one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset, and don't forget your orange vest!  Most of the good hunting spots on Maui are on private land, so it's a good idea to contact a guide who may have a deal going with certain landowners.  You can hunt on private land without a guide, however, but you'll need the landowner's permission.

The links in the table below will give you some further insight as to what awaits you in Maui to quench your hunting needs.  If you're thinking about going with a guide, check out our Discounts & Bargains page to save a bit of dough!

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