Maggie Joe Sport Fishing

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Join us for the finest sport fishing adventure in Hawaii! Kewalo Basin, on the South shore of Oahu just outside Waikiki, in Honolulu offers access to some of the best natural fishing grounds in Hawaii. Catch big game fish such as Pacific Blue Marlin, Ahi (yellowfin tuna), Mahi Mahi (dorado), Ono (wahoo), and Aku (skipjack tuna).

One of the largest marlin ever caught out of Kewalo Basin is a 1277 pound Pacific blue marlin by Maggie Joe in October of 1993. Maggie Joe’s second huge marlin of 1245 pounds was caught by Captain Mike Hennessy.

Click on Photo Gallery for more photos, fish reports and recent fishing tales. Many anglers experience the catch of a life time, landing a fish – large or small. Customers who have a memorable day with us as a child have returned return years later with their own children.

Established in 1950, Inter-Island Sportfishing is the oldest and most experienced charter fishing business in Honolulu, Oahu. We have built an excellent reputation for providing customers quality sport fishing adventures for over 65 years! Three generations of charter fishing in Hawaiian waters and an annual success rate of 95% or better, provide anglers the best opportunity in Honolulu, Hawaii to catch a trophy fish. Contact us and you’ll be dealing with people who fish the Pacific Ocean every day. Fishing is our life and our goal is for customers to enjoy it as much as we do! We invite you to stop by and visit, take a look at our boats and compare for yourself. You’ll like what we have to offer!

Our boats are all air-conditioned and equipped with top of the line fishing gear and electronics. We perform dry dock maintenance annually to keep our fleet in prime condition. Book online, in person at Kewalo Basin, or call our reservation staff at 808.591.8888 or toll free at 1.877.806.FISH (3474).


1277 lb Blue Marlin: The second largest fish ever caught on a boat from Kewalo Basin is Maggie Joe’s 1277 pound Pacific blue marlin in October of 1993.