A family-owned and operated business based out of the Big Island, Sea Strike Sport Fishing utilizes a world-record-holding boat to take visitors on a deep-sea fishing adventure that they’ll never forget, whether it’s their first time or their five-hundredth time.
Go on a Deep Sea Fishing Adventure along the Big Island!
Helmed by Captain Dale Leverone, a multi-decade veteran of the Kona fishing industry, Sea Strike Sport Fishing Kona focuses on catching the island’s best deep-sea fish species. Blue Marlin, mahi-mahi, ahi tuna, ono, billfish, and swordfish are all angling options when you use Sea Strike Sport Fishing Kona for your charter company.
Sea Strike has a reputation for success that has earned them several world records, including a blue marlin weighing over 1,166 pounds caught using a 50-pound test. Anglers of all ages can try their hand at big game-big tackle/130-pound test, light tackle/world records, and recreational fishing with our charter service. We also give participants the option to keep and eat some fish or to catch and release them.
Information on Sea Strike’s Fishing Charters
Charter options available through Sea Strike include half-day, three-quarter day, and full-day excursions on the water. All daytime charters begin at 7:00am. Half-day charters end at 11:00am, while three-quarter day charters end at 1:00pm. Full day charters end at 3:00pm.
You’ll find our headquarters located at Honokohau Harbor, on the north side of the harbor facing the ocean side (also called makai in native Hawaiian) of the harbor’s second ramp. You can also learn more about our fishing charters by contacting us by phone at (808) 895-1972, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Reservations can be made by phone or email, and Visa and Mastercard are both accepted.
Despite our record-holding reputation, we keep our charter rates low and competitive to stand out from our local competition. Call or email to find out what our current rates are running. Our prices include all bait, tackle, ice chests, ice, crew members, and captain. You’ll need to bring your own food and beverages, as well as any sun protection you need (including hats, sunglasses, and sunscreen) if you don’t want to get sunburned. Cameras are also encouraged, as is seasickness medication if needed.