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Captains Noon Report – Undersea

Location: At Anchor at Guadalupe, 240 ft depth. Pos. Lat 29 08.11N Long. 118 17.03W

Weather: Sunny skies. South Wind 8-10 kts, Seas mixed, windswell South 1-2 ft, North Swell 2-3 ft Water temp 20C, Visibility 80-90ft

Today has been a great morning, besides the wind, everything else has been great, water visibility, Sunny day and of course the sharks. We have had around 6 different sharks the whole morning and that has been constant. Action at surface started early today with a shark passing around the bait, then in surface calmed down but in submersible cages action was good 3 sharks at the same time. Then around 10 am and until now the action in surface has been great, We had Luca Arnone around stealing tuna from the wranglers. We had a massive female shark that came up and passed really close from the surface cage, there were some good pictures of her from the divers that were in the cage. It has been a great day to finish the trip. Wind has been blowing mostly from South but we have had Strong wind gusts from the North. Yesterday afternoon was great as well from noon until 2pm sharks were around the boat and after the tuna, one of the divers said that it was the best two diving hours he ever had. There was a female shark with over 20 pilot fish around her. Guests doing great.

  • Captain Vicente

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