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JRCrab

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Crab at lovers 3rd

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JRCrab, Oct 5, 2016
phxh2odog likes this.
    • phxh2odog
      Definitely want to dive there! Was in Monterey in may got two dives in at the breakwater poor visibility too many divers
    • JRCrab
      Yeah, Breakwater can be a bit of a circus. This dive and Pt Lobos blew me away with the color. We were alone under water. Pt Lobos also feels crowded on shore since there are 15 parties of divers every day on weekends, the parking lot is small and access is up and down one small boat ramp.
    • kelpwanted
      Have you been seeing a lot of dead kelp crabs lately in Monterey?? Or is it just me...
    • phxh2odog
      @JRCrab Point Lobos is a beautiful spot ate lunch there once looks like a workout to get your gear down there
    • phxh2odog
      @kelpwanted I was there six months ago and it was in bad shape seems all the marine life is suffering from Blight whatever that may be
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    • kelpwanted
      @phxh2odog It's not a bad trek! If you park at the whaler's parking lot. The boat ramp is pretty short, makes it really easy to get in and out of the water. My car was parked right next to the ramp last time! Shortest distance traveled for diving ever.
    • phxh2odog
    • JRCrab
      Agreed. Shorter walk than breakwater. Especially if you there early. The surface swim can be a different story depending on your gear and plans...
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