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.
Our 42′ Chris Craft cabin cruiser features a full galley, two staterooms, bathroom, air conditioning, stereo, and TV/VCR. We provide top-of-the-line tackle from AFTCO and Shimano for all types of fishing, from small spinning reels to the big 130s to bring in the marlin of a lifetime!
Owner-operator Chris has fished pelagic tournaments from the Sea of Cortez to Kona and has made a study of fish behavior and a commitment to conservation by tagging and releasing our local bill fish species. With over 35 years of tournament fishing experience, our crew is knowledgeable and dedicated to providing you with the highest quality equipment, top-notch staff and the incredible fishing Kona has to offer.
As part of your adventure, we share with you the beautiful sights along the way, including fascinating facts about native wildlife and local history. Sea turtles, porpoises, rays and whales are common sights in our waters. We also offer sunset cruises, as well as custom charters for that special occasion.
Join us for the adventure of a lifetime!
Chris began commercial albacore fishing in San Diego at age 11. After moving to Oregon, he became a river guide and outfitter but still made time for pelagic tournaments from the Sea of Cortez to Kona. With an interest in marine biology and conservation, Chris has made a study of fish behavior and a commitment to tagging and releasing our local bill fish species. As owner-operator of Ohana Sportfishing Adventures, he is dedicated to providing you with the highest quality equipment, top-notch staff and the incredible fishing Kona has to...read more
Geri grew up in Arizona and graduated from ASU. She spent her summers in San Diego water skiing, sailing and deep sea fishing with her family. After graduation, she moved to southern California, where she pursued her career as a wildlife rehabilitator. Her duties included rescuing and treating sick and injured native wildlife and emergency oil spill response . Upon retiring, Geri became active in several community outreach programs, which is where she and Chris met. They decided to leave the mainland together to pursue their dreams in Kona,...read more