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Any current vis reports?

Discussion in 'Pacific Northwest' started by PNW Dive Girl, Apr 17, 2009.

  1. PNW Dive Girl

    PNW Dive Girl Dive Charter

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    I feel the need to head north to do some diving!
     
  2. cardog

    cardog Manta Ray

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    Vis at Day Island and at Sunrise was 15-20 fsw today.
     
  3. dwashbur

    dwashbur Barracuda

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    Redondo was about 20-25 a couple of days ago, and Cove 2 was 20-30 last week.
     
  4. Camerone

    Camerone Rebreather Pilot

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    Dove the Diamond Knot this morning. Ripping current on the surface, but better than 50 feet of viz when I dropped in on the wreck.
     
  5. BCSGratefulDiver

    BCSGratefulDiver Mental toss flycoon ScubaBoard Supporter

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    The bright sunny days have brought our first plankton bloom of the season ... vis was less than five feet above about 40 fsw at Redondo yesterday ... opening up to maybe 10 feet at the bottle field (80+ fsw).

    Still managed a coupla decent pics ...

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    ... Bob (Grateful Diver)
     
  6. VooDooGasMan

    VooDooGasMan Solo Diver

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    South whidbey about 30' was surprised as it was less than five last sunday.



    HAPPY DIVING
     
  7. PNW Dive Girl

    PNW Dive Girl Dive Charter

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    Great photos! Thanks Bob!

    We did dive Cove 2 onthe 18th. Vis not bad, 20 feet at depth. The bad part, leakiy dry suit! I hate that!
     
  8. VooDooGasMan

    VooDooGasMan Solo Diver

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    Well now it was an amazing day at the PP ferry (south whidbey) yesterday, local artist and photographer had to get ready for the dive show and I just got a coulple of digital underwater cameras, I am in need of a few rules of the sea on shooting the digital camera. So I decided to go spearfishing and hit my slack dropped down and was great to see about 40" vis with big particles, so the sun made the ferry glow, then a cloud came by and another and another, so I decided I better shoot my lunch, and as I approached the top of the ferry I couldn't believe it, those were not clouds at all, it was three gray whales.

    So I was excited, yet I knew I needed to calm not to scare so I just stop breathing and planted a finger on the ferry and watched, they seen me then vanished, so I was in the middle by the engines and they came back this time I just turned to my back and kicked along with them, one on each side and one just behind soon the ferry ended and I just kicked with them until they surfaced.


    HAPPY DIVING
     
  9. wkyongae@aol.com

    wkyongae@aol.com Nassau Grouper

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  10. VooDooGasMan

    VooDooGasMan Solo Diver

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    It was cool, Well the sun has been out for awhile and huge exchange has brought the gloom up to south whidbey, dimminishing yesterday to less than 8' this morning.


    HAPPY DIVING
     

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