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What fish is wahoo similar to?

Asked: Glizzyboy Sosa, Last Updated:

King mackerel Wahoo, a member of the Scombridae family of mackerels and tunas, is closely related to the king mackerel. Hawaiian lore has it that the name wahoo comes from European explorers' misspelling of “Oahu” on early maps, since the fish was abundant around that island.

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