Late spring diving in Candy Land

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Sharkb8
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Late spring diving in Candy Land

Post by Sharkb8 » Sun Jun 07, 2020 10:40 am

As we move closer to summer, the tide swings have gotten extreme and the vis has gotten poor in the sound. However, Skyline in Anacortes is continuing to deliver. There have been some really nice exchanges all spring and the vis was pushing 20 ft last week at high tide! Even better though is that what started as just a couple tiny little guys in mid May has exploded into a full candy stripe shrimp infestation :supz: The next month is looking a little iffy without a scooter, but later in July there should be some good exchanges for hopefully more trick or treating.

These guys were from May and were the first I'd found all season.

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Now they are numerous and out in the open waiting to get their pictures taken!

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There have been a few other things to look at also....

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Party underwater

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YellowEye
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Re: Late spring diving in Candy Land

Post by YellowEye » Sun Jun 07, 2020 11:43 am

Bouya!! Nice!!
Can't wait for trick or treating!

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Hannarel
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Re: Late spring diving in Candy Land

Post by Hannarel » Mon Jul 27, 2020 11:21 am

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