NAMED FOR THE CORNER POCKET OF A POOL TABLE
Certification Level (recommended)
Open Water (OW)
Booking below does NOT mean you will be diving this site. Unless otherwise specified – the captain & crew will choose the BEST & SAFEST dive site available on the day. Aaron’s cannot guarantee ANY dive site because of weather & conditions. We do, however; take your preferences into consideration.
Corner Pocket is a flat rubble plain with several rock outcrops covered in moderate coral coverage.
Fisher’s star, Sea Biscuits, and Heart urchins are common in the rubble plain, while in and on the rocks are Blue-black and Slate Pencil urchins, Sleepy Sponge crabs, and Blue Dragon Nudibranchs. Inside the branches of the corals are Guard Crabs, several types of Scorpionfish, Coral Crouchers, and shrimps. Large schools of Bluestripe snappers and Longfin Bannerfish are always present, as are Milletseed Butterflyfish, Longnose butterflyfish, Titan scorpionfish, Bridled triggerfish, Hawaiian fantail filefish, Arc-eye Hawkfish, Hawaiian Squirrelfish, Sergeant Majors, Midget Chromis, Belted wrasse, and Palenose parrotfish. This site, which usually has exceptional visibility, can have strong tidal currents.