I know that there are public lands there that are administered by the agency that is more geared towards preservation instead of conservation... the National Park Service that is. They administer our national parks and monuments as well as a couple other more obscure type of lands. I was just wondering if there were any public lands there that allowed more consumptive uses. From what you said, it sounds like there isn't.
While most of the land in Hawaii is private there is quite a bit of public that is open to hunt. The problem is that unless you live there and know where to go you would be lost. Hawaii is just like any other state in the union in that if you end up there on a vacation and want to hunt what is available to hunt at that time you are going to have to find a guide or somebody that know what is going on. You could always check out this site, and remember that Google is your friend
All of us, at one time or another have gone on a hunting trip and had what we call “Blue Bird” weather. Warm evenings and almost hot days. We hunt in our t-shirts and enjoy the sunshine. We are way up in the mountains and have a whole week to hunt. How could it get any better?
That is, until we score on that big buck or bull. We work to get it out of the field and skinned as quickly as possible to cool it down. But try as we might, we just can’t get...