Hawaii fishing charters

Fishing 

DEEP-SEA THRILLS

You’re on an island. The fishing’s going to be good. But you’ll need to consider what you’re going for – big-game sportfishing? An extended trip? A custom charter? THE MODERN HONOLULU will connect you with crews that know just where to go for Pacific Blue Marlin, Tuna and Skip Jack Tuna (aku), Mahi Mahi and Wahoo (ono).

What We Love:

  • The thrill of the catch
  • Listening to fish stories from the captain
  • Down-to-earth crews
  • The quiet trip back home with lots of Mahi Mahi

Sport fishing in Oahu

BLUE NUN SPORT-FISHING

Blue Nun Sportfishing has been at it for more than 30 years. (Read: They know what they’re doing and make it fun.) Captain Bob McCowan shares extensive knowledge and top-of-the-line fishing gear and tackle; his crew loves to fish and wants you to love it, too – expect patient, helpful staff who make sure you have a good day whether you catch anything or not.

Deep sea fishing in Hawaii

SEA VERSE SPORT-FISHING

Sea Verse Sportfishing is a full-service charter company. The Sea Verse is a comfortable, 44-foot, twin-engine boat owned and manned by Captain Leon Severs, who’s been in business since 1970. Choose a half- or full-day trip – or a private sunset cruise off Waikiki, a bottom-fishing trip or an overnight voyage to another Hawaiian island.

Hawaiian deep sea fishing

BOOM BOOM SPORT-FISHING

Boom Boom Sportfishing’s mantra says everything: “We catch fish!” From THE MODERN HONOLULU, Boom Boom’s marina in Waianae is easy to access, and Oahu’s calm, leeward ocean hosts steep ledges just offshore that swarm with fish – Giant Pacific Blue Marlin, Striped Marlin, Yellow Fin and Skipjack Tuna and Sail Fish. You may even spot a whale while you’re out.


  • Deep sea fishing charters in Hawaii

    If you are visiting between November and February, don’t miss Waimea Bay on the North Shore where the island’s top surfers take on 30-foot waves


IN SHORT / WHAT TO KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

Oahu fishing
  • Did you know that bananas are considered back luck on fishing boats? DO NOT bring them onboard.
  • Ask each charter company whether you can keep what you catch. Rules vary by company.
  • Bring all your essentials with you: hat, sunglasses, sun protection, motion sickness patch or pills, lunch and drinks (and seriously – no bananas).
Hawaii fishing

Blue Nun Sportfishing
Address:
775 Kinalau Pl., Ste. 1807, Honolulu, HI 96813-2642
Phone: (866) 596-2445
Web Address: bluenunsportfishing.com
Distance/Drive: Two-and-a-half miles – a 10-minute drive from THE MODERN HONOLULU.
Brief directions from THE MODERN HONOLULU: Head south on Ala Moana Blvd., left on Ena Rd., left on Kalakaua Ave., left on Beretania St., right on Ward Ave, left onto Kinalau Pl

Sea Verse Sportfishing
Address:
1125 Ala Moana Blvd., Ste. B1 Kewalo Basin, Slip C, Honolulu, HI 96814
Phone: (808) 225.7853
Web Address: www.sportfishinghonolulu.com
Distance/Drive: About two-and-a-half miles – a 10-minute drive from THE MODERN HONOLULU.
Brief directions from THE MODERN HONOLULU: Head southeast on Ala Moana Blvd, make a U-turn at Ena Rd, make a U-turn on Ward Ave. Destination is on the right.

Boom Boom Sportfishing
Address:
PO Box 701137, Kapolei, HI 96709
Phone: (808) 306.4162
Web Address: www.boomboomsportfishing.com
Distance/Drive: 36 miles – a 55-minute drive from THE MODERN HONOLULU.
Brief directions from THE MODERN HONOLULU: From H-1W, continue to I-H-201 W, take H-1W exit to Pearl City, merge to I-H-1 W, continue to Farrington Hwy, destination is on your left.


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