There are several fishing tournaments in Kona Hawaii year round. The majority of the fishing tournaments are in the summer months. They range in price from $100 to $5,000 in entry fees. In addition to the entry fee one can enter in the “daily optional categories.” You do not have to be a professional or a skilled fisherman to enter any of these tournaments. As a matter of fact, the majority of our ‘tournament anglers’ has either fished with us before on a charter or have a trip already booked with us and just decided to enter in the tournament that is going on while they are on vacation here in Kona. If this interests you or you think you might want to get in on any of the following tournaments give Captain Chuck a call at 1 808 960 5877 to get more details.

 Past results

2014 Tournament Results

1st Dirty Dozen

2nd Huggo’s Wahine Touranemt

2013 Tournament Results

1st Hospice Tournament

3rd Hawaii International Billfish Tournament

2012 Tournament Results

1st Fuel Dock Tournament

1st Ahi Division Love To Fish Tournament

1st Dirty Dozen Tournament

1st Hawaii Petroleum Tournament

2010 Tournament Results

1st Lazy Marlin Tournament

1st New Years Day Tournament


2009 Tournament Results

Maui Jim Marlin Series Champion-Most Boat Points

1st Lazy Marlin Hunt

2nd Maui Jim Championship Tournament

Daily winner Kona Classic

Total Price Money Won


2008 Tournament Results

1st Lazy Marlin Hunt

2nd Big Island Marlin Tournament

3rd Skins Marlin Derby

Maui Jim Marlin Series Champion – Most Boat Points


2007 Tournament Results

2nd Firecracker Open

3rd Hawaii International Billfish Tournament

3rd Big Island Marlin Tournament


2006 Tournament Results

Maui Jim Championship Tournament – 2nd Place, Largest fish

Skins Tournament – 2nd Biggest fish of tournament.

Rock and Reel Tournament – 3rd and Biggest fish of tournament.

Huggo’s Wahine Tournament – 5th

Big Island Invitational – Most tag and releases in two days.


2004 Tournament Results

Fire Cracker – 3rd

Huggos Wahine Tournament – 5th

Lahaina Jackpot – 3rd

Maui Jim Championship Tournament – 3rd

Caught the most Marlin in 2004 Maui Jim Marlin tournament series.