Robert Wong Yuen

Home Base: Honaunau, Hawaii

Centuries ago our ancestors fish from their wooden canoes, paddling out from shore and harvesting fish to feed the village. It was a way of life and a way to feed the village to survive. Fast forward to our future now...

Same old tradition, new generation, but with more modern boats and fishing equipment. Same concept and reason though, I do it so my ohana "family", neighbors and friends can survive! Everyone knows that the cost of living now days is ridiculous, especially here in Hawaii! The jobs here are so slim that half of the people I know are struggling to put food on their tables and are in high risk of losing their homes.

I am blessed to have been born and raised here and was raised up learning how to live off of our land like our ancestors did. I was taught from childhood how to hunt in our mountains and fish in our oceans to harvest food to feed our family.  For the past three years my ohana, neighbors and friends have been getting fed by the fish I go out and harvest from our ocean and by the pork and beef I harvest from our mountain. It's a hard life here in Hawaii but I wouldn't trade it for anything, I love my culture and am teaching my sons the same culture that I have learned.

My Boats

Trident Series

Got fish? With the help of our Modular Fishing Pod you soon will. Featured on the Trident 11 and 13 this central command center provides unmatched flexibility for rod mounts along with sports trays for odd-shaped lures, and it even has a built-in ruler to make sure that catch is legal. Read More

Prowler Series

One of the most popular angler kayaks on the market, the Prowler 13 combines performance with features. A large bow hatch, an oversized tank well and several places to mount fishing gear, the Prowler 13 was designed to produce results. Read More