Captain’s Noon Report – Under Sea

Location: Lat 29 07.83N Long 118 17.07W. 0.125 NM from shore
Weather: Clear Sunny Sky Water Vis 100+ft, water temp 20-21C
Status: At anchor at Guadalupe Island in 225 ft depth

Yesterday afternoon shark action got a little bit better than in the morning, with some sharks getting close to the baits and swimming near the cages. We identified Geoff Nuttal and we probably saw around 7 different sharks in the whole day. The afternoon got with strong wind gusts some of them more than 35 kts. As soon as we closed cages we pick them up to dive platform and we started to recover the anchor to relocate position. We moved a little bit more south from we were, that looked calmer and dropped anchor, we hold position well and we are in the same place. This morning weather is way better, we deployed cages back in the water and have them ready for guests at 6:30. Same as yesterday first guest in the water at 7 am. There is more shark action than yesterday, we have seen around 7 different this morning and we have identified 2 sharks, Sad Face and Paul Walker. There is one big female that we haven’t identify yet but she has done a couple of breaches.

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