Fishing Charter 46ft "Lady Dee" Yacht With Captain Jeff in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
Enjoy a memorable fishing trip in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii for as low as $1,150 per day. Our boat comes with Rate: • $1,150 per day What You Can Expect: Hawaii is one of the worlds top deep sea fishing destinations and it's the geography of the Big island that makes Kona Hawaii the sportfishing capital of the Pacific. Five huge mountain masses protect the Kona coast from the winds resulting in sea conditions that are usually as calm as a lake. The steep slope of the ocean bottom puts the deep sea sportfishing within a short distance from the shoreline. Just three miles straight out of the harbor, it's over 6000' deep! Six species of billfish roam the Kona coast along with six species of tuna, mahi mahi (dorado), ono (wahoo), several species of shark and a wide variety of big-game bottom fish. With so many kinds of fish and fishing styles available, there's little excuse for not catching fish. What To Expect Onboard: The "Lady Dee" is a 46 ft. Bertram Yacht powered by twin MAN turbo diesels and features a flying bridge with ample seating for everyone, an air conditioned salon with a large couch and two chairs. Two staterooms with Two (his & hers) fully enclosed restrooms, TV, VCR, Stereo, Microwave, Refrigerator /Freezer and also an ice chest out on the deckand another captain as crew.Fishing equipment consists of a mix of Shimano and Penn International reels on custom rods, fish finder, GPS/chart plotter and VHF radio.
- Captain is optional.
- You decide if you would like to book with or without a captain.
- 6 guests
- Sport Fisherman
Features & Details
- Life jackets/required safety gear
- Fishing gear
- Air Conditioning
- Fish Finder
- Wheel steering
- Chart Plotter
- Twin Engine
- Fuel type: Diesel
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
Full refund up to 5 days prior.
Additional Terms & Information
Frequently Asked Questions Do I need a fishing license? No. Hawaii has very little in the way of fishing regulations. smiley Only some fishing gear restrictions and size limits for a few of the shoreline reef fish. A license is required to sell fish. Can I keep my fish? Many boats will say NO! smiley Income from the sale of fish is a calculated part of the boat and crews income. There's a few of us here (like me) that don't play that game. The captains that allow you to keep fish will often even fillet it for you too (I fillet fish for my customers smiley ). Even with this in mind though, there are some restrictions and things to consider: You can't take your fish to a restaurant or hotel and have them cook it for you. Hawaii Dept. of Health Title 11 Chapter 12-20 lb prevents food establishments from accepting food from any non-regulated sources. You can't just cut a piece out of a big fish and expect the crew to deal with the rest of it. Cutting a piece out of a fish renders the rest of the fish unsaleable. Generally, this is only an issue with large (like over 50 lbs.) fish. I eat a lot of fish. So do my neighbors smiley But please, don't stick your captain/crew with 45 lbs. of fillets. smiley.