Captain’s Noon Report – Under Sea – 2018-11-12

Location: Lat 29 08.17N Long 118 17.09W
Weather: Water temp 69-70F, Air Temp 72F, Vis. 100+ ft
Status: At Anchor in Guadalupe in 240 ft depth.

What a way to finish the day yesterday! Andy and 2 other females came around the boat after the sun hid behind the island. That’s when the show started, multiples attempts from Andy to take the bait, same as the other females, coming straight up from underneath and giving us a few breaches. Everybody was there to watch them. Just 2 guests stayed late at the cages to see the sharks approaching to baits and cages. Yesterday was much better than the first day, everybody enjoyed even the crew. It was a good day. This morning started amazing, at 6 am Lucy was already here passing close the cages, today not all guests woke up early, just a few and they were ready to jump in. The first 2-3 hrs were so good, Lucy, Ropey and a medium male were giving a show, by that time all guests were up and most of them in the cages. By 9 am action became slow and stayed like that until 11 am, now we have have some sharks at the back deck. So far we have seen around 5 different sharks. Hoping afternoon get better and we can have an amazing trip end.

– Capt. Vicente

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