Re: Re: whale rock, lions head

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Posted by Walt on June 02, 2006 at 17:28:04:

In Reply to: Re: whale rock, lions head posted by scottfiji on June 01, 2006 at 23:57:16:

Lions Head: we always find morays and octopi (not together obviously!) in the many crevices there. Almost every dive around teh point where we hit sand, we find bat rays, sometimes eating, mostly ignoring us. I like it because its a steep series of rocks (sort of like a big set of building blocks) with a lot to look at to maybe 80 feet or more - I usually stay at 60 on my swim out around the point, then return shallower on the swim back and enjoy what seems like a totally new dive site.

Whale Rock: it has a really nice wall, some good kelp to the outside, and one area that we found that has this vertical crevice that seems to attract a good assorment of schooling fish. Kind of a magical dive spot - just leaves a really nice dive impression.

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