Captains Noon Report – Under Sea – 2018-08-25

Location: Lat 29 08.13N Long 118 17.08W South of Monkey Face
Weather: Water temp 69F, Air Temp 80F, Vis. 70+ ft
Status: At Anchor in Guadalupe in 240 ft depth

Very light current to North. Looks like swell is calming down, there still some across swell but less than yesterday. This morning action started a little slow, but it has gotten better as the day passes. So far we have seen 8 different sharks, There is one new shark that we haven’t seen that has fresh cuts around the body caused by a rope. Guests called him “Ropie”. So far all guests have been in the water at least one time. Everyone is enjoying the trip and the sharks. Yesterday afternoon “Andy” came back and took the show, stealing baits from wranglers. Then “Rheet” showed up as well, and the action became much better, guests on deck were ready with their cameras to shoot when the sharks came up and took the bait. By cocktail hour, one guest took out a few pink shark costumes, which the DM’s wore. Guests were having fun with them. What a great group!

– Capt. Vicente

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