Captain’s Noon Report – Under Sea – 2019-08-06

Location: Lat 29 08.90N Long 118 16.97W
Weather: Vis 100+ft, water temp 21C.
Status: At anchor at Guadalupe Island in 244 ft depth.

Today we started with nice sunny skies and a warm day but with slow shark action. We saw our first shark around 7:40 am, he passed by the cages showing no interest on the bait. We started to use big tuna heads as bait to try to attract the sharks but action continues the same. Just a couple of sharks on submersible cages but deeper than the cages. Since the last hour of action is becoming better, more sharks near the surface and trying to get bait. We have seen around 5 different sharks this morning. Hoping than the action get better until the end of our day. Yesterday action was good, we had Andy the whole day around the boat and stealing the bait from our wranglers, there were a couple more sharks that approached to the boat when Andy wasn’t around. This afternoon we will depart to Ensenada.

-Capt. Vicente

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

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