Captain’s Noon Report – Under Sea – 2019-10-18

Location: Lat 29 08.28N Long. 118 17.05W
Weather: Water temp 19-20C, Visibility 70-80ft
Status: At Anchor at Guadalupe, 260 ft depth

Arrived to Guadalupe last night around 2100 hrs after quite a rough transit from Ensenada. There was some wind gusts at the anchorage when we were putting the cages in the water. This morning we started to drag anchor around 6am and we had to move and relocate the anchor, holding good now. Shark action started right away as we throw the first bait into the water. One shark came up to surface passing around the bait and trying to get it. After that action calmed down at the surface, but deep in submersible cages sharks were around. Last past hour the action at surface got much better having Luca Arnone giving some show to our guests. We have seen around 6-7 different sharks this morning which is amazing, Luca Arnone, Andy, Mace are some identified sharks and we think Rhett was around as well. Winds are mostly light around the place but there are the strong wind gusts that makes the boat swings around, there is some swell from the north 1-2 ft.

Capt. Vicente

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