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    I received my postcard today for the Lanai Mouflon muzzleloader season.

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    Congrats and good luck.

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    I received a rifle tag yesterday.

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    I hope mine is in the mail today....

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    Well I was beginning to worry that I was an unlucky person with draws. I received my first sheep tag in the mail today. I was drawn for the rifle hunt weekend of Oct 14th which just so happens to also be my birthday. Happy Birthday to me I guess.

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    Now you can get your airfare booked and start planning trip dates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alwayshunting View Post
    Now you can get your airfare booked and start planning trip dates.
    Yes sir I am checking them now excited about the opportunity to visit Hawaii

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    Quote Originally Posted by brownbear932008 View Post
    Yes sir I am checking them now excited about the opportunity to visit Hawaii
    You will most likely be flying to Kahului airport on Maui. Take the shuttle from there to Lahaina Harbor and catch the ferry to Lanai.
    http://go-lanai1.clickforward.com/fe...ry+trips+lanai

    If you plan on spending a few days on Maui I can point you to some must see spots, some that are not advertised.

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    Plane tickets booked to Kahului and place reserved with Joe. Thanks again Breck I can't wait to get over there in Oct. I have a Newfie moose hunt planned in late Sept. Funny thing is I'm much more excited about the Lanai trip personally.

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    Here you go brymoore Hunting-2017.pdf
    Last edited by brownbear932008; 06-29-2017 at 08:05 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brownbear932008 View Post
    Here you go brymoore Hunting-2017.pdf

    I see they've gone up on their prices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glass eye View Post
    I see they've gone up on their prices.
    It appears they have glass eye. Kinda stinks but still worth the price I guess. The bow or muzzy price isn't to bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brownbear932008 View Post
    It appears they have glass eye. Kinda stinks but still worth the price I guess. The bow or muzzy price isn't to bad.
    Archery was $60 and is now $150

    Muzzleloader was $75 and is now $150

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    Wow that is a large jump. Gonna keep a few people away and with the number of animals they have there not a good thing.

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    Tagged for later. I just followed a handful of hunters that shot a bunch of Axis on Instagram. The wife and I have our 15 year in 2018 so this may be something I do. We talked about going to Hawaii anyway.

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    My mouflon hunt is only one week away. I have started laying out my gear and will be taking the muzzleloader out for practice one last time tomorrow. I fly out to Maui on Wednesday. I have seen a few reports from the archery season that the numbers are down which make me a little nervous. I still need to find somewhere on Lani, or possibly Maui, to shoot my muzzleloader to make sure nothing got knocked off during the flights. I plan to take the ferry over to Lanai on Friday and get a half day of scouting before the short season opens. I have been looking at maps trying to determine which roads/trails will be accessible. I have also spoke with the Hawaii DLNR and received some suggestions of where to locate the sheep. If anyone that has hunted the island be and has any suggestion on hunting mouflon I would definitely appreciate a PM. I look forward to getting my feet on the ground and figure out how to hunt a new animal in a totally new environment.

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    Alwayshunting, Are you planning to make this a live hunt thread so we can follow along?

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    Good luck to you alwayshunting. I can't wait to see how you do over there. I still have a while to wait it out. Hopefully the numbers are good and you do well.

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    Very interested in the info in this thread. I'm a new Hawaii resident on Oahu for the next few years. I want to hunt all Hawaii has to offer! Hopefully get a Lanai axis deer and mouflon sheep tag for next year. for those who have hunted Lanai, does anyone have a good contact for a good taxidermist on the island? Also, getting the meat from lanai back to oahu. Tips? Just check a cooler with the airlines and pay the overweight fee?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sawtooth View Post
    Alwayshunting, Are you planning to make this a live hunt thread so we can follow along?
    Not so sure how live of a hunt thread it will be as I usually try to put away the phone while out hunting, but I will definitely be posting a followup report with pictures when I am done.

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    How'd the hunt go alwayshunting? Has anyone hunted Kauai for pigs? Might try a guided day archery pig hunt. Looks like family vacation is set for March there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MT Muley View Post
    How'd the hunt go alwayshunting? Has anyone hunted Kauai for pigs? Might try a guided day archery pig hunt. Looks like family vacation is set for March there.
    I did a short write up on my hunt over here: https://onyourownadventures.com/hunt...lon-Sheep-Hunt

    I am looking forward to hear from a few others who have posted on this thread and are hunting over there during the rifle season. It was a unique experience that has me wanting to go back again.

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    I drew a Mouflon rifle tag but decided not to hunt. If possible, I drew too many out of state hunts this year against the amount of vacation time. I had to choose between HI Mouflon or a late December AZ Coues rifle hunt. I’m going to AZ!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brymoore View Post
    I drew a Mouflon rifle tag but decided not to hunt. If possible, I drew too many out of state hunts this year against the amount of vacation time. I had to choose between HI Mouflon or a late December AZ Coues rifle hunt. I’m going to AZ!
    What a "problem" to have! I think I'd have made the same choice you did. Good luck in AZ!

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    Sorry guys life and hunting season and PC issues have slowed my story down on this end. I have had it typed up for a week and then had issues getting in here on the laptop.
    Well I have finally some what caught up around the house and settled back into every day life after almost three weeks of travel and hunting. First off I can't thank a few people on this forum enough for helping me plan my hunt in Hawaii a little better than I could have all by myself. Breck and Nathan you guys are great and helped so much. That is what makes HT the best forum online IMO.

    I learned a lot and there are a few things I would do different on the next trip that would have made things better. The island of Lanai is a really cool place and I really enjoyed my week there. That place is just amazing lots of game and it is really a laid back type of place. Very small community with some nice people. I mainly laid on the beach with the wife while there. My actual hunt consisted of 3 hours the first morning of the state sheep season. But I did manage to sneak away from the beach two days and scout some areas on the private side. I have some nice little honey holes for sheep and deer for the next trip.

    The mouflon sheep are a pretty cool little sheep and they live in some pretty tough country. I don't know if they normally hang in the rough gulches on the island or if they where pushed into the areas with it being later in the sheep season. I hunted the next to the last weekend of the state season. I think weekend 8 of 9 weekends of sheep shooting. The kill on the state side was around the 700 mark half ewes and half rams and that was up until week 6. So they had three more weekends of shooting animals. So there are a lot of sheep to say the least. I would say it will hit 1000 by the end of the sheep season. I don't know what the norm is but that is a lot of animals.
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