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Enenue is the Hawaiian name for the silver gray rudderfish found in big numbers along its wall.
|Name Dive Site:||Enenue or Rudderfish|
|Depth: ||49-127ft (15-39m)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||hawaiiscubadiving|
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This dive site is suitable for beginners in the shallows but becomes a more advanced dive, as it gets deeper. Enenue is the Hawaiian name for the rudderfish of the sea chub family, which this dive is named after. As you reach 50ft you will be at the base of the crater wall as it levels off into a shelf before dropping off into a sand channel reaching depths over 130ft. Divers who stay in the shallows will be greeted by schools of fish that can be hand feed, but for those who venture deeper may see the rarely seen boarfish. An experienced dive guide is recommended on the deep dive.
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