Captain’s Noon Report – Under Sea – 2019-10-24

Location: Pos. Lat 29 07.82N Long. 118 17.04W
Weather: Sunny skies. Haze. Calm winds and seas. Water temperature 20C, Visibility 90+ft
Status: At Anchor at Guadalupe, 240 ft depth

What a great day we had yesterday, around noon the action became slow as the sharks were absent for a couple of hours. The afternoon got better, Andy came by and stayed the rest of the afternoon giving a good show. There was also Nicole swimming around, but the other star of the day was Janis who was breaching in the late afternoon once the shadow of the island reached our spot. Everyone was so happy and excited. We saw around 10 different sharks throughout the whole day, Andy, Nicole, Janis, Sabrina, Stargazer, Relic, #310 and a shark named Zeppelin that still isn’t in the book. Today we started with early shark action. Just a couple of minutes after we threw the tuna in the water, a shark passed by the cages. By 8 am 3 different sharks were around of cages, one of them was Mace. It has been a great day as well as sharks are coming up to the surface to take a piece of tuna once in a while. We have seen around 5-6 different sharks this morning. Looking forward for another great day.
-Captain Vicente

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