Hood Canal for the weekend

Tell us your tale of coming nose-to-nose with a 6 gill [--this big--], or about your vacation to turquoise warm waters. Share your adventures here!
Post Reply
User avatar
deep diver
Pelagic
Posts: 905
Joined: Sun Mar 21, 2010 7:49 am

Hood Canal for the weekend

Post by deep diver » Sun Aug 25, 2013 5:32 pm

Last couple of weeks has been great diving on the canal, finally got around to posting some pictures.
The water is starting to get a little murky but clears up nice past 70'.
Still a lot of life ... including these baby wolf eels, which are about 10' apart and could be brothers as they are about the same size.. but why is one red and the other has brown spots?
Found another red one out in deeper water that is about 3 times the size as these guys.
Today was the day for grunts as they seemed to be everywhere.... and the last of our cockerels as they seem to be dwindling
Attachments
077.JPG
034.JPG
047.JPG
025.JPG
020.JPG
005.JPG
this is the bigger one
004.JPG
It's a good day.... nobody died!

User avatar
Tom Nic
I've Got Gills
Posts: 9356
Joined: Mon Apr 10, 2006 6:26 pm

Re: Hood Canal for the weekend

Post by Tom Nic » Sun Aug 25, 2013 8:19 pm

Awesome.

Great pics!
More Pics Than You Have Time To Look AT
"Anyone who thinks this place is over moderated is bat-crazy anarchist." -Ben, Airsix
"Warning: No dive masters are going to be there, Just a bunch of old fat guys taking pictures of fish." -Bassman

User avatar
gutholmj
Perma Narc'd
Posts: 756
Joined: Sat Oct 03, 2009 7:12 pm

Re: Hood Canal for the weekend

Post by gutholmj » Sun Aug 25, 2013 9:12 pm

Very nice. I really like the guy with the spots. How cool to see that Grunt in the sponge.
"Well as much as this pains me I am gonna have to pull out" - pogiguy05

Post Reply