Captains Noon Report – Explorer – 2018-11-07

Location: Elephant Seal Beach East Guadalupe Island
Weather: Air Temp 76F Water Temp 68F Wind
Status: Light Swell Calm Vis 100ft

We have a new moon, new bait, colder water. The morning went a little slow with nothing around but a few bait fish. Overcast skies not bringing in the light. The tuna weren’t hunting. The sun came out and the action has really picked up. Soon as the sun broke through the clouds and the marine layer burned off the bait fish and tuna rose up from the deep. We had a few sharks sparsely coming up. Around 1000 the sharks came. We have had Rhett and Slashfin coming up to the baits and keeping everyone entertained. There has been up to 5 different sharks coming around the submersible cages. There are five other boats to the south of us and the Sea Shepherd boat, the Martin Sheen is north of Mauricio’s in the small bay. Guests are very excited to see all the sharks and it has picked up the last 90 minutes. Guests are good/ Crew good.
– Capt. Lowel

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Daily dive and conditions reports from our captains onboard the Nautilus Liveaboard vessels.

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