Boating, Fishing, and Travel Information for Hanauma Bay, HI
Hanauma Bay 3.5 miles SW of Makapu’u Head, is 0.3 mile wide and extends 0.5 mile inland. The waters off the entrance are very choppy during S and E winds. Across the head of the bay is a sand beach that is fringed by 150 yards of coral reefs. The bay is a nature preserve and is a popular snorkeling and scuba diving site. State regulations do not permit boats to enter the bay.
Deciding where to fish for the day can be one of the major challenges for anglers. You want to be sure that you’ve exercised all location options while staying fuel conscious. How do you scan the water for the bite without wasting fuel? You can ask your local sources for… Learn More
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