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Posted by Scott S. on June 21, 2008 at 17:46:00:

Dove the Harbor Reef and Arrow Point today, Good vis on the surface to about 30 feet at Harbor Reef, then it got cloudy down to about 80 feet and it cleared up again. Surface temps were 72F!! and the thermocline was at 80 feet. Arrow Point was patchy with vis varying from 20 to 40 feet with no apparent reason . the thermocline was at 60 feet there. We got buzzed by a sizable BSB at Arrow Point in fairly shallow water (40 ft.). There was a sandy slope where we anchored and it is a favorite feeding ground for Bat Rays, there are lots of holes in the slope and we saw several large ones digging for Iím guessing crabs,,, nice day,,,,

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