Sport Fishing Oahu, Ko Olina, Hawaii


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Located At Ko Olina

Catch the fish of your lifetime with Sport Fishing Oahu on the sunny and calm leeward side – Prime fishing grounds including Marlin, Ahi (Yellow Fin Tuna), Mahi Mahi, Ono (Wahoo) and more!

Fish or cruise in luxury on Mahea B, a state-of-the-art 47 foot Viking Sportfisher with all the amenities, including air conditioning, flat screens and much more! See the island from the ocean, including Makua valley, rich with Hawaiian history.

Hang on to the “BIG ONE” with Sport Fishing Oahu‘s experienced captain and crew on any tackle you choose, from 30 to 130 lbs outfits.

Offering full day, 3/4 day or 1/2 day sport fishing Oahu charters out of West Oahu’s beautiful Ko Olina Marina.


Enjoy the thrill of Hawaiian waters with Sport Fishing Oahu!


One of the most widely enjoyed pastimes within Hawaii is sport fishing. With stunning waters that are home to a number of species of fish, the aloha state is an incredibly popular location for fishing-for locals and tourists alike.


Anglers have travelled from all across the globe to visit Sport Fishing Oahu and take in the deep blue waters that are filled with a wide range of tropical fish. If you’re looking to challenge yourself in terms of catching your largest ever fish, then Sport Fishing Oahu is the charter for you! The state of Hawaii is renowned amongst sport fishing enthusiasts, which has been host to a number of tournaments held every single year, including the infamous Hawaiian Billfish tournament which brings anglers from across the globe together every single year.


Sport Fishing Oahu’s charter boat, the Mahea B, is situated in the home of big-game fish, so anglers of all levels can expect to find a number of different specie in the water including three varieties of marlin: striped, blue and black. Marlin season begins around September and continues right the way through to December, fading out at the beginning of the next year. March to May is the ideal time to catch Mahi, whereas the hotter times of the year, June, July and August are ideal for fishing enthusiasts as you can hope to catch a wide range of fish including yellowfin tuna, bigeye tuna and wahoo. All of these types of fish are guaranteed to keep on your toes in order to gain a catch and are renowned for being incredibly fierce. However, our charter’s are sure to get a good catch no matter when you visit the area.


There are many locations within Hawaii which will provide you with stunning views as well as a number of chances to catch some fantastic fish. Ko’olina, home to Sport Fishing Oahu, is one of the most popular locations within the area, especially if you’re looking for a high quality fishing tour. Sport Fishing Oahu Tours from this area will cover the Molokai lee, Waia’nae Coast and/or the Diamond Head. If you fancy yourself as somewhat of a sport fishing expert, Sport Fishing Oahu hosts a number of fishing tournaments throughout the year that are specially catered to visitors to the area that hold a competitive streak!


The annual Bob Goodman Memorial Tournament is held in May, the Ahi Fever Tournament in June and the Keehi Boat Club hosts a number of tournaments throughout the year, including the Pure Jackpot Tournament. The North shore of the island is a well known surfing area but for anglers, it also makes for a fantastic fishing spot. The area is filled with a number of great spots but if in any doubt, it always beneficial to ask the advice of Sport Fishing Oahu’s Captain, Hugh Foster 808-429-2105.


It is incredibly easy to book a sport fishing trip when visiting the area. With each tour offering a different choice of locations, thus specie of fish, you are guaranteed to have a thrilling and exciting day out. Some tours will offer either a half day or full day trip, so depending on how long you are in Hawaii, you may want to take this into consideration before officially booking your tour. However, if a range of tropical fish and stunning waters is what you are striving for, you will get all this and more when spending the day with Sportfishing Oahu.


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