Re: Report, the first place to look for a dive instructor

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Posted by tleemay on March 16, 2005 at 08:33:42:

In Reply to: Cool. (let us know) nt. posted by Dwin on March 15, 2005 at 14:10:14:

Front side of Cat, West end. The rockier and
craggier the better. Vis is good right now due to the very slight curent we detected. There was a
steady wind present, but not bad enough.

We didn't get into the water until after 12:30 am.
Exited from the last dive just before dawn.

A quick side note, squid eggs and some live ones
were seen in deeper water near our first spot. HID
lights that dance off squid is quite mezmorizing.

The bugs are all shallow. I received a report that
the bugs were not as plentiful as they were in the
past in our favorite deep spots, so we
concentrated on the 60 to 0 depths.

We found the best quality and quanity between 30
and 4 feet of water. There are a lot there for the
taking, but you have to do some swimming to find
enough legal ones. Greg wanted to concentrate
again on bugs that were obviously too big to
require measuring. My biggest is just short of 4
lbs, Greg got him another 6 lber. It did take us 3
dives to fill our limit, but they are all good
quality. Hint on detection; around the rocky
areas, look at the bases of the thick clumping
kelp stalks.

However, once again for the 4th time this year,
Greg had the heavier bag. He wins for this season.

IF I can get a long enough nap today and IF I can
convince Greg. I would like to hit PV for the last
time tonight right after sundown.

Time to sleep -

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