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Well I know a number of divers have been wanting a good storm to stir up the bottom (looks like we will get some wave action for the next week... Venice, Florida Surf Forecast and Surf Report ). But, sadly on my days off will be dry! Urrgghhh.
Also, no sign of Scott's flag. When I went diving last week every one I pulled up had a diver attached to it
SUNDAY SOUTH WINDS 20 TO 25 KNOTS. SEAS 6 TO 8 FEET. BAY AND INLAND WATERS ROUGH. THUNDERSTORMS LIKELY.(and that's the near shore report..)
Looks like its gunna be a while before the boneyard clears up again... On the other hand
It sure could use a good scrubbing... Can't wait to see what gets uncovered...
How long do you think it will take to clear up for at least a couple feet of viz? I am supposed to be over there for the whole week of the 4th with the family and the boat. I am going to need anti-depression drugs if I can't dive.