Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament
The Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament (HIBT), founded in 1959, is the second oldest big game sport fishing event in the world. HIBT is a five-day tournament built on prestige, trophies and strict International Game Fish Association rules for big game fish world records and does not include cash prizes. Along with five full days of sport fishing, HIBT offers daily activities for family members traveling including hiking, snorkeling and sightseeing. Other tournament events include the Opening Ceremony, the official recognition of teams from around the world; daily weigh-ins at Kailua Pier attracting hundreds of spectators.