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Experience Kona Fishing at its Finest!

Chris & Geri

About Us

Ohana Sportfishing Adventures wants to make your visit to the Kona Coast exciting and memorable!  “Ohana” means family in Hawaiian, and this family-owned and family-friendly company wants to show you their island paradise from a unique perspective – the clear, calm waters of the Pacific Ocean. (more…)

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Ohana Sportfishing

The Boat

The Ohana is a Chris Craft 422 Commander – the third generation for this legendary fishing platform. Complete with a full tuna tower and the popular 485hp Detroit engines, these boats are know for their performance and sea keeping ability. Features two staterooms and one head. The large master stateroom is all the way forward [...]

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Shimano Reels


Quality Gear

We provide the newest tackle Shimano and Okumo have to offer. Big game 130s and 80s to lighter tackle 50s, 30s, 25s, 15s and spinning. Stand-up and fighting chair equipped. AFTCO sraight and bent-butts. Lures from Marlin Magic, Bomboy, Koya, Moldcraft and many others. All top lures for all of your desired game fish [...]

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Most recent articles


Posted on Feb 1, 2013

A $50 discount is offered on your next Ohana charter when you refer someone to us!  Be sure they tell us you...

2015 Wahine Tournament Team

Posted on Apr 17, 2015

Looked like a disappointing day with 0 for 2 on blues and 0 for 1 on spearfish until this one saved the day...


Posted on Apr 13, 2015

Here’s why they call it a rainbow...

Another Good day on the Ohana

Posted on Apr 13, 2015

Sunday with friends and everyone catches! A spearfish for Cynthia (tagged), a small blue for Chris (tagged)...

Nasty Teeth

Posted on Apr 8, 2015

Thes ono have super-sharp teeth and this one literally tried to eat our “flashaboo” lure –...

Short Day with Bill

Posted on Apr 8, 2015

Our friend, Bill, is becoming a familar face on our Facebook page (a nice guy and no one else wants to fish...

Swedish Family Fishing

Posted on Apr 3, 2015

Wow, these Swedes learn fast and what a fun family! Only took them 4 hours to boat a mahi mahi, triple ono...