|Something is fishy at the Point Dume Pinnacles...|
Posted by scottfiji on July 14, 2007 at 12:23:35:|
Penny and I had a wonderful dive at Point Dume pinnacles yesterday.
Lots of fish were out, and we found many beautiful "oasis's of calm" between the pinnacles, filled with fish, where we had to swim out of them by going over a wall, timing it with the surge. how cool!
On our easy swim back, a large school of fast moving jack mackeral surrounded us, and swam around us closely for a couple minutes. right before we exited the water, we found a beautiful school of white perch swimming around some eelgrass. We didn't find the sand dollar bed, I'm hoping its still there, and we just missed it.
enjoy the photos!
Navanax on a sea cucumber
Small black-eyed goby on algae
BLue-banded goby on brown cup corals, in front of a featherduster worm
Fertilized garibaldi eggs
School of white Seaperch
Schooling Jack mackeral
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