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Nov. 7, 2019 Ogden Point breakwater (Victoria) video

Discussion in 'Western Canada' started by MarkH, Nov 8, 2019.

  1. MarkH

    MarkH Solo Diver

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  2. Jonn

    Jonn Solo Diver

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    I’ve been there many times, but your vid really brings it alive.
     
  3. Agamemnon

    Agamemnon Nassau Grouper

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    So, in terms of rockfish at the breakwater, 14! .....black, yellowtail, deacon, copper, quillback, brown, China, tiger, canary, vermilion, yelloweye, silvergray, bocaccio, puget sound. I guess redstriped would be possible to see there, but less likely due to their depth preference, although I recall you saw one at ten mile point.
     
  4. MarkH

    MarkH Solo Diver

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    15! You forgot the big schools of widow rockfish mixed in with the yellowtail around the end of the breakwater. As far as I know, Ogden Point has the greatest variety of rockfish in one spot anywhere.
     
  5. Agamemnon

    Agamemnon Nassau Grouper

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    Oops! Haha Awesome!
     

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