|Swell, or lack of swell models|
Posted by Max Bottomtime on January 26, 2014 at 18:26:00:|
Predictions looked undiveable this weekend. Overhead surf was predicted for Palos Verdes. Kevin Lee and I braved the ferocious sea this morning for a couple of dives. We braced for the largest swell we saw. It was nearly a foot. Well, six inches anyway.
Our first dive was a return to Golf Ball Reef. We can't get enough of the muck diving macro paradise. Kevin said he could see at least thirty feet as the anchor descended. Unfortunately the visibility didn't reach the bottom. It was the worst we've seen here. We didn't move far from the anchor, which turned out to be a blessing. I had hundreds of barracuda surround me during my ascent.
Maybe the swell models were correct. It was pretty rough out there, but only below the surface.
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