One of the Best “Big Game” fishing locations in the World!

The Kona Coastline, from the Airport all the way to South Point, is considered by most professional anglers and sport fishing magazines as one of the absolute best Big Game fishing grounds anywhere in the world. There is no other place that has better weather, calmer waters, nicer boats and more consistently documented 1000lb+ Blue Marlin than Kona. This coast lines dramatic underwater topography and mid island “Kailua” swirling current also brings in other large Pelagics which navigate and feed on the abundance of baitfish being grouped and pushed over the island ledges including Black Marlin, Striped Marlin, Pacific Sailfish, Spearfish, Yellowfin Tuna, Big Eye Tuna, Mahi Mahi’s and Ono’s to name just a few. If you are on the Big Island and don’t book a day of fishing in Kona, you are really missing out on something magical.  This is “Grander Alley” and a place where Fishing Dreams come true all the time.

Kona Fishing Fleet

  • 26 - 31' Boats ( 0 )
  • 32 - 39' Boats ( 8 )
  • 40 - 49' Boats ( 14 )
  • 50+' Boats ( 8 )

Price Range

$100 $2,000

What's Biting Widget :

 Shared Fishing Calendar
 Honokohau Harbor Video and Google Maps
  Where do the Kona shared and charter fishing boats leave from?
 Kona's "Grander Alley"
 Kona’s “Ono Lane” & “South Point”
 Kona Tuna’s with the Porpoise, in “the blind” and Green Sticking
 What types of fish are caught on The Big Island?
 Where do most fishing charters go on Big Island?
 Fish Calendar (Kona)
 Map of Fishing Grounds
 Map of Water Depths (feet)
 Map of Sea Currents
 FAD's (Fish Aggregation Devices)