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Wolfeel on Phil's Reef


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Posted by Max Bottomtime on September 29, 2012 at 15:42:34:

Sightings of a wolfeel near the Redondo Barge was exciting news last week. After trying to compile enough information as to its whereabouts we finally concluded it was under a concrete block at nearby Phil's Reef. Merry, Frank Lukowski and I dropped and I spotted it's little head sticking out from its den. I fired off one quick shot before settling on the bottom, which was fortunate because it ducked inside for the rest of the dive.


The metridiums were all closed and emitting a stringy substance that seemed to be a delicacy for sheepcrabs. We found a few octopus nests, but none were hatching. I promised Frank some nests and Mola Molas, and right on cue, four Molas showed up and didn't seem to mind the clumsy intruders with the flashing lights. Visibility was 15-18 feet with a lot of suspended sand, so I got more backscatter photos than animal shots.




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