It is pretty much self explanatory. It looks like the non-resident cost is only $95, which is great. I do not know, however, if that includes tags for any of the game animals or not. You'd have to dig a little further.
I never thought about hunting Hawaii until I saw this section of the forum. I am really not in the know on it at all but it kind of seems like an interesting propostion. One of my brother in laws buddies from college moved there a couple years ago and sends us emails of his hunting and fishing adventures every now and then. His favorite thing to do is spear fish but he does quite a bit of hog hunting I think too. He used to be quite the elk hunter... he only bowhunted (wouldn't touch a rifle) and only did back country bivy hunts. Now he is all about spear fishing. He makes it sound like a blast though.
My biggest discomfort when it comes to hunting is my feet and when they get cold or wet my hunting fun slowly turns to a job trying to keep comfortable.
In my opinion wool socks are the only socks you should be using while hunting. Any other socks do not provide the proper insulation and if they get wet all they are good for is giving you blisters. A common myth people share is that cotton socks will keep you cooler than wool because of the lighter fabric but I have noticed that wool socks in...