Fencing Fish and I signed up for CAD charter and settled on Paddock Rock, Never Fail Ledge. There was one other diver that joined us. The ride out and back wasn't bad and it was good to have the Sun out for a change. The Captain chose to do Paddock first. The vis wasn't the greatest and the typical 10-15feet. We circled the pinnacle varying our depth between 50 and 30 feet trying to stay stay shallow to stay warm (very noticable thermoclines below 50 feet) I was totally oblivious to my buddy trying to take pictures. I forgot she had her camera and those that dive with me regularly know I tend to cruise. With poor vis, we still saw a lot of cool stuff. My buddy pointed out a couple decorator crabs on the pink granite wall (the kind of stuff I would see if I SLOWED DOWN). Also saw Northern Red Anemone at about 30 fsw, a couple schools of fish (Pollack and small bait fish) . One of the highlights were seeing some moon jelly's which I can't remember ever seeing before. There were also plenty of flounder and pretty good sized keeper bugs. The 2nd dive, my buddy lead me as it was my first dive on Never Fail Ledge. It's got a bit of everything for everyone. Lobsters, walls, Crevices/trenches/overhangs. I could easily do a two tank dive and still not see all there is to see. The 2nd dive wasn't as long, 46 min with max dephp of 53 fsw. We both definately felt the chill. There were more dogfish at Neverfail. The vis seemed a bit but not much better than Paddock. The gear is rinsed and now I'm ready for a much needed post dive Nap.