Captains Noon Report – Under Sea – 2018-09-18

Location: Lat 29 08.46N Long 118 17.10W
Weather: Wind from S 7-10 kts, Sea N 1-3 ft Sunny day. Water temp 69 – 71F, Air Temp 75F, Vis. 80+ ft
Status: At Anchor in Guadalupe in 250 ft depth

Few sharks have been around, there is one shark in particular that is attacking buoy instead the bait. Ropey has been around as well passing slowly past the bait and cages. At least today 8 different sharks have been seen. Today guests are taking things more relaxed, doing one dive and taking a long break, so cages haven’t been full today. They’re preferring to watch the action from the sun deck. Yesterday afternoon action was good, last diver to come out of water was around 5:40pm. We lost one buoy yesterday to the same shark that has been trying to attack to buoys today. Shark made a nice move to fool the wrangler and with a swift movement of his head, the shark bit the buoy and took out from the wrangling line. What a a show!

– Capt. Vicente

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