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Highnoon Kona

Kona Hawaii Fishing Charters - Please call for latest Information and Availability! April 2018 update

Kona fishing charters on the Big Island of Hawaii are for Blue Marlin, Ahi, Mahi Mahi, Spearfish and Wahoo. It is April 2018 and we have just repowered High Noon with twin turbo diesel engines and are set for a great springtime of fishing. Plus, as you can see from our daily blogs, Kona sport fishing continues to be very good for Blue Marlin, Wahoo, Spearfish, Mahi Mahi and Tuna. High Noon specializes in live bait fishing on light tackle for Mahi Mahi, Spearfish and smaller tuna. This greatly increases your odds at catching a nice fish and provides more action for our clients. There is no better fishing experience in Kona Hawaii than on Team High Noon.

With Captain Dee and Captain Jean, HighNoon is one of Kona's top rated sport fishing boats by both Trip Advisor and Yelp. We have received the prestigious 2017 Award for Excellence from Trip Advisor just as we have for the past 8 years. Our goal is to give you a quality Kona fishing experience. Owner operated and managed, HighNoon is the perfect boat for fishing Kona Hawaii.

NOTE: HighNoon is the only Kona deep sea fishing boat to update our blog almost every day. So, when you do catch a nice fish, we provide a nice write up including photos and videos you can send to friends and family. Fun for us...fun for our customers!

The Big Island of Hawaii (Kailua Kona) is world famous for calm waters and big fish. The waters are calm since we are sheltered from the trade winds by the twin 14,000 foot mountains of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa. Deep sea fishing in Kona is found very close to shore. Only a mile out, it is 4000 feet deep, so there is no run to the fishing grounds. Both novice and experienced anglers can enjoy the calm waters off Kona, Hawaii. We enjoy talking with each of our clients and then customizing their very own fishing experience just for them. While some clients are looking for Blue Marlin (the most sought after big game fish in the world), others might want to target something good to eat like Wahoo or Mahi Mahi. Blue Marlin are found in the waters off the Big Island of Hawaii all year around which means every day of the year, there is the anticipation of a huge fish crashing one of the lures! Also, the calm sea conditions, great scenery, humpback whales and other aquatic mammals enhance your Kona fishing experience.

Fishing in Kona every day helps us know where "the bite" has been and the best places to find that once in a lifetime fish for you. HighNoon excels in using a variety of technques to catch big game fish. We may troll lures for a while, change over to live bait along a ledge or near one of the many FADs for Tuna and Mahi Mahi. There is something for everyone on a Kona deep sea fishing charter. We can even stop over at Captain Cook (the best snorkeling in Hawaii) for a refreshing snorkeling stop (only takes about 30 minutes out of your fishing day) With low charter rates, high catch rates and a variety of fishing techniques, Highnoon is the perfect boat for fishing Kona Hawaii.

Highnoon Marlin

We always try our very best to customize your charter for the type and size of fish you would like to catch. The wonderful fishing conditions define Kailua-Kona. We fish flat water, close to shore for giant Blue Marlin, Striped Marlin, Spearfish, Wahoo and Ahi. Kona deep sea fishing charters are family friendly and comfortable. With the lowest rates for a quality boat in Kona, HighNoon is the perfect choice for sport fishing in Hawaii

If you want to see how exciting Kona Blue Marlin fishing can be, this video says it all!