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Captains Noon Report – Undersea


Location: At Anchor at Guadalupe, 260 ft depth. Pos. Lat 29 08.28N Long. 118 17.05W

Weather: Sunny skies. Wind feel from S 6-10 kts with wind gusts from North 20+ kts Seas from North 1-3 ft Water temp 19-20C, Visibility 60-70ft

Yesterday afternoon was good action during the first 2 hours, After 3pm winds started to blow strong and there was no sign of sharks. By 4:30 pm all divers were done diving and watching just from the sundeck, where the wranglers are trying to attract the sharks. There was a shark trying to take the bait the last hour of the day. We ended the day with a delicious taco night. By night time wind was calm, there was only swell coming from the north. This morning the day started nice with some sharks mostly deep and sometimes they came up to the bait. Strong wind gusts over 20 kts started blowing from the N making the boat swing around and hardly see any sharks, but the boat keeps holding position. Wind gusts has calmed down right now and the boat has stopped swinging. Hope this afternoon the wind calms down to have good shark action. Visibility was great this early morning, but when wind gusts started it decreased. Temperature has been the same. Guests are doing great.

  • Captain Vicente

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