TUNA SEAZURE Trip Report 8/3 and schedule
Posted by jwood on 8/4/2011, 7:16 am
Some of our regular Thursday divers moved their day up by one to Wednesday this week. Capt Bill would not dissappoint with our on-going reef tour. Today found us on a very productive spot, little pieces all over the place. Surface still very cloudy, barely able to see the ladder before it hits you in the head.....now I know why gillman wears his little yellow dome protector. Viz on the bottom maybe 15 ft as long as you stayed off it. Temp was well over 70* at the surface and 55* on the bottom and the thermocline was at about 30 ft. I'll copy the pics here when I get to my other computer.....but another very productive day of hunting. 4 Fluke to 3 lbs, 2 Tog 10.8 lbs and 6 lbs, 3 nice bugs with a solid 3 lber and a few Sea Bass but nothing too big. A couple nice sized Cod were spotted, but too skittish and far off to grab. This site was huge and we only scratched the surface, there will be many more visits in the not too distance future I'm sure. |
Thursday was blown out, a couple spots are still available for Friday, Saturday and Sunday is still wide open.
King Konger's moniker is probably gonna need to change to King Togger. In the last 2 weeks, on 4 dive trips he has caught nearly 50 lbs of Tog.
12.8 lb, 10.8 lb, 10.6 lb and a 10.5 lber. As long as he stays away from the flat, football shaped ones I got no problems. Good Job Konger!
As always a hardy AARRRGGGGGGG!!!!!!! from the salty Capt and crew of the TUNA.
DIVE SAFE/ DIVE OFTEN