Deep-sea fishing opportunities attract anglers to Kona Coast. Fishing charters go in and out of Honokohau Harbor, north of the historic Kailua Village. The species you can expect to find in this area include marlin, mahi-mahi (dolphinfish,) ono (wahoo,) ahi, and more. For those who prefer to fish from the shore, Hawaii has some of the best beaches, piers, and jetties. The nearby reefs of Kona Coast thrive with tropical fish, such as angelfish, snapper, and giant trevally (ulua.). If you cast from the shore, you just might land one of these impressive fish. The area’s outfitters sell fishing gear to those who need it. Ask the local guides to show you the fishing hot spots from the Keauhou Bay to the pier in Kailua-Kona.
Kona Coast Fish:
Kona Coast boat ramps:
The following boat ramps provide access to Kona Coast.