Surface temp 54 degrees, down to about 30 feet. Bottom temp 45 degrees. About 10-15 feet of viz on the bottom, but dark. Captain Jim said they had zero viz on the Sea Girt wreck the day before and didn't even set, being a little further offshore definitely helped.
I got in two dives about 40 minutes on the first and 35 on the second, the cold was the limiting factor for me. With aquaseal on every seam on my drysuit from my waist down, I am finally dry.
Saw quite a few bugs down there and lots of small sea bass. A few tog also spotted. I spent my two dives swimming around the perimeter of the wreck, with about half a dozen detours into the sand for a few minutes each, hoping for a few flounder or fluke as some fishermen are saying they're catching them. I didn't see any.
A very large, friendly monkfish was rescued from the wreck by a trio of mucus-philes. He gave one of the trio a friendly kiss on the knee during his ascent, but it was felt that a little aqua seal and duct tape would get that knee back into shape.