7.23 x 3.45 x 0.63 cm
Molokai, Hawaii, Polynesia
This is a barbless, square-bodied iron one-piece fishhook. One of the names for barbless fishhooks is 'omau, which means "to hold steadfast. This fishook was found west of where the Kalaina Wawae impression originally stood. It was possibly made from a nail.