Affordable Big Game Fishing in Kona, Hawaii
Photo of the Week
Darren and Cody from Montana bring in a 464 lb. Pacific Blue Marlin, 100 lb. tuna and a 35 lb. spearfish
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Marlin catching aboard the A'u Struck 2014
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Fishing Charters offers you an affordable alternative to the
pricey charters operating out of Honokohau harbor in
We have the best rates for a twin diesel Sport Fisher in the entire Kona fleet!
Owned and operated by Capt. Rich Youngs, the A'u Struck fishing vessel offers a great way for the novice or pro to get into the experience that is Kona fishing.
It's a perfect fit for families on a budget who want all the niceties of the bigger boats at the price level of the small boats. We are a family oriented business and strive to present a fun day of fish catching for all on board!
Plus , we have made videos for many of our customers! Check 'em out!
30' Precision flybridge sportfisher
with top quality rods and reels, fighting chair, plenty of
comfortable seating and enclosed head.
Twin diesel engines for safe, secure fishing enjoyment on a great fish catching boat at an affordable price.
1/2 Day = $350* (4 hours)
3/4 Day = $450* (6 hours)
Full Day = $550* (8 hours)
*Tax of 4% on Credit Card charges
0% when using cash
Charters are for up to 5 people and prices are for the whole boat not per person!
A deckhand may be on board for assistance and safety. Tipping for the deckhand is discretionary (usually 10-20%).
We'll have ice, bait and tackle, complementary water, drinks and snacks on board. You should bring food, drinks, and sunscreen, etc. for your own use as well.
Fishing starts at 6:30AM
You need to be at the launch ramp by 6:15AM
Call Rich @ 808-640-4181 to reserve your spot
What we do with caught fish:
Our policy is to clean one (or some) of the caught fish for your personal consumption. We'll clean and bag it for you right there at the boat when we get back from our trip. The amount of fish you'll take home varies on the size and quantity of fish caught but generally amounts to what you think you'll want to eat while you're here on vacation (about 5 to 20 lbs. of cleaned fish.)
The remainder of the fish will stay with the boat.
This is the general policy throughout much of the fleet.