Hunting of feral goats and feral pigs along the Kalalau Trail (Kauai public hunting Unit-G) is allowed 365 days each year, archery only, no daily bag limits, permit required. 3-day Unit-G archery permits must be picked up in person at the Kauai Division of Forestry and Wildlife Office in Lihue.
High numbers of goats can be found between the 6 and 11-mile markers. For day trips, try up in Hanakāpīʻai Valley. Good pig hunting occurs in the first 6 miles of the trail.
Excellent surf fishing for bone-fish and trevally can be found at Hanakāpīʻai beach and Kalalau Beach. Fishermen are encouraged to practice catch and release or keep only what they need for a meal. High winter surf restricts most fishing to the summer months. No license or permit is required unless camping.