Hawaiian Deep Sea Fishing
Kona Hawaii is home to some of the world’s biggest blue marlin.
Fishing is always good in Kona. The Kona Coast abounds with Pacific blue marlin, stripeys, spearfish, mahi mahi and ono. Time to treat yourself to a Christmas present of deep sea fishing off the Kona Coast aboard the Sea Strike Sport Fishing.
The island of Hawaii is one of the world’s best marlin and big-game fishing destinations. The Big Island’s Kona Coast is uniquely situated on the sheltered, leeward side of the island. This coast is protected from heavy seas and Pacific trade winds by mountains nearly 14,000 feet tall.
Nowhere else in the world is such successful big-game fishing found in such calm waters. Sea conditions off the Kona coast are typically calm and sunny, and the island’s steep bottom puts big-game fishing just 1/4-mile offshore. Most of Kona’s 1,000-pound marlin have been caught only 2 to 5 miles from shore!
Six species of billfish roam the Kona coast: blue marlin, black marlin, striped marlin, shortnose spearfish, Pacific sailfish, and broadbill swordfish.