Moliʻi Fishpond is located southeast of Kamehameha Highway between Kualoa and Johnson Roads, near Kaneohe, on the island of Oahu, in the U.S. state of Hawaii. The pond encompasses 125 acres The locale is part of the ahupuaa of Hakipuu. The Molii pond is part of Kualoa Ranch. Tilapia, mullet and moi are found within the pond. Commercial fishing operations are contracted out.Ancient Hawaiian fishponds were noted in the 1826 journal of William Ellis, the naturalist on James Cook's third voyage:
They have numerous small lakes and ponds, frequently artificial, wherein they breed fish of various kinds, and in tolerable abundance.
Address 96744, United States
Coordinates 21°30'36.083" N -157°50'45.044" E