Fishing for fun is a great activity. Whether you’re with friends or family you can be sure to enjoy yourself with a stress free fishing trip. You may even get a little competitive! The social bonding and exposure to nature are a few reasons to go shipping. But, maybe you are looking for something a little more… adventurous.
If you seek to roam further into the ocean, stray away from your typical bass and trout catches and dive into the darkness of the unlit surface waters, deep sea fishing may be for you.
What Is Deep Sea Fishing?
Deep sea fishing is a much more complex form of fishing. As the name suggests it requires deep seas, which are located far away from land. Often referred to as sports fishing.
When you venture out to these deep seas, you travel far from the shallow waters of standard fishing. Here, it is a totally different fish game. Think about it, where do sharks swim? Deep seas. A wide array of fish species can be found in the dark deep seas. Possibilities are limitless with this style of fishing and will make for a very enjoyable trip.
Where To Fish?
Calm waters, located a short trip from land, populated with a range of species year round, is the seas you want to find. Whether you are starting out, or consider yourself a sports fishing guru, this will be the most suitable environment.
As a novice fisher, you want calm, safe seas. This way you can learn the ropes and are always a safe trip from home. With seas populated year round, you can adventure out and improve your skills any time you like,
As a sports fishing enthusiast, you want seas full with every species A-Z. This way you can discover new, and wild fish for your first time. Perfect for this competitive fishers, who desire to fish for the rare catch!
So, do these waters exist, or only in a dream world?
Yes! In Kona, Hawaii.
Famously known for their Blue Marlin, the Kona waters are the perfect destination for newbies and experienced deep sea fishers. If you are looking to catch a grander, complete in a competition or simply enjoy the experience looking for something to grill, Kona has more than enough opportunities for you to avail of.
Opportunities in Kona
It is advised that you purchase yourself a fishing charter when heading to Kona, to ensure the best experience possible. There are a range of options available, from half days, three quarter days and even a full day if you prefer. Whilst on board these exclusive charters you won’t require your own fishing license. Tackle, bait and ice will all be included in your package. All your fishing needs will be covered, and you may even receive lunch and drinks depending on your choice.
With up to 6 people per boats, renting a boat can provide your family or friends with a day filled of fishing fun. Maybe you want to join a competition, or host a private event with your friends on other boats? No problem! You can be sure to receive great cooperation on these charter deals, to maximise your Kona experience.
Now, on to the fish. In the deep Kona seas, you can expect to catch Blue Marlin, Yellowfin Tuna, Short Billed Spearfish, possible even a Black Marlin and many more exclusive species.
Visit Kona For The Ultimate Experience
It should now be abundantly clear, travelling to Kona to fish can be a fun, economic activity for family and friends. The calm shores close to land, and huge mountains enhance your protection in those magnificent deep seas.