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Redondo

Date: 12/4/2011
Depth: 87
Bottom Time: 68
Buddy: Pieter
Time: Morning
Visiblity: 4
Current: 1
Entry:
Charter:
Overall: 5

We entered at the steps and glided down the slope to the junkyard. One wolf eel was inside a tire not far from the ladder. We moved over to the boat near the large pipe and a juvenile wolf eel has a home there. Under that boat was an inquisitive giant Pacific octopus who reached out and "tested" us with a couple arms. There were rockfish and gunnels under the large pipe. Another octopus was under the deeper of the two boats that were tied together. We moved north to the VW and a GPO was out on top of the frame. It jetted 12 feet away and "fluffed out" to make itself big. I kept shooting video and then it jetted back to the VW. After sitting on top it slid under the VW into its den. We headed up the slope to the eelgrass and found a10-in bay pipefish standing upright in the grass.


Thanks to soakshishead1 for submitting this review!


 

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