|Re: Re: Dive Report: Sea Sons Halibut Hunt at Santa Cruz & Santa Rosa Islands|
Posted by Brad on June 27, 2008 at 01:39:21:|
In Reply to: Re: Dive Report: Sea Sons Halibut Hunt at Santa Cruz & Santa Rosa Islands posted by Brad on June 25, 2008 at 00:25:46:
i spent friday and saturday night there and i saw no military activity at the island. The water was in the spring chlorofil cycle and the vis was about 6' and green, 56 to 62 degrees.
Friday night was THE hottest night (#198) i have ever experienced there. i actually had to get up at 3am and take off my clothes and sit out in the 30+kt gale wind to keep from overheating! (big beautiful moon~!) i was anchored off the sandspit and the wind coming over the island scavenged the radiated heat from the day's sun and swept it down over the east end. The gale blwe for 12 houes friday night and the same gale blew saturday night ALSO. fifty two hours on the water and 26 of them spennt in gale winds~
It doesn't get much better than that~
124 trips/199 nights anchored at that incredible place....
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