Kona fishing

Kona Fishing Charter Rates for Sea Strike on Hawaii Island's Kona Coast

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Sea Strike Rates, Information and Reservations

Despite world record and tournament success, Sea Strike is one of Kona's most affordable charter fishing boats. Owned and operated by Capt. Dale Leverone, Sea Strike is not a corporate yacht run by hired hands. The Sea Strike is able to keep their rates low because they sell their fish to the market. The fish income helps to offset the cost of doing business and the angler is rewarded with lower charter rates. The captain, however, is happy to cut one fish under 25 pounds for the charter. Just let him know that you would like some to eat.
You'll find world-class equipment and comfortable amenities aboard this 31-foot Bertram, a boat that's famous for its easy-riding, practical fishing design.


Charter reservations can be made via phone, text, or by email. Visa, Mastercard and American Express are accepted.

Food & Supplies

Sea Strike provides all tackle and bait, ice, ice chests, captain and crew. Anglers need only bring food and beverages for the day, plus personal items such as sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, camera and so on. (Plan on a sunburn if you're not careful.)
Kona waters are almost always calm and most fishing is done within 5 miles of shore, so Sea-sickness medicines are generally not needed. Some people are just prone to sea sickness and motion sickness no matter how slight the motion is. There are plenty of products available that should take care of the problem.

Fishing Areas

Kona is famous for its calm water and near-shore fishing. All species of game fish are most times found only two to five miles offshore, but can run 10-15 miles and still be in sheltered waters. Both live bait and trolled lures are used. Deep sea fishing is a great way to discover some incredibly interesting and colorful fish species that live in the waters off of Hawaii.


Gray's Taxidermy is the best in the business for mounting fish. We also have some great local talen for mounting a marlin bill. Click here for information on mounting your trophy fish.

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