Here is pictures from Sunday's dive out on the natural ledges with Hal Fountain and Matthew Rodriguez.
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Chris Dembinsky shared Scubaviz.us's post to the group: Volusia County Reef Report.Gusty winds are making it a difficult day out on the water. Conditions should improve by this weekend.
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Just a heads up. I just drove past the North Causeway boat ramp and seen it is now pay to play. Not sure on the pricing but it won't begin until next week from what I hear. Sorry if this is old news but its new to me. I know the idea has been kicked around for years but didn't know it was actually going to happen.
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Looking like this weekend may be OK for boating offshore but not as nice as last weekend.
Just giving you guys a heads up this good Vis might be gone in a day or two. Had 40 foot of Vis yesterday in ft pierce. Was 5 foot today.
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We went out friday. Ran out about 25 miles and worked our way back throughout the day. It was rougher than forecasted. It did lay down later in the afternoon. Ended up pulling my first goliath at 40". A cobia that was a little short. Several undersize vermillion and triggers. Of course some red snapper in the mix. Fun day.
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I dove the south side of the north jetty at the start of the out going tide and had 10' to 15' of viz. No keeper bugs, mostly schools of sheephead at 40' out and 30' down from the surface rocks, not much else of size down there. Then Flagler NW had 10' to 12' of viz until you got below 30' then it was less then 5'. I was still able to shoot a few sheepies that were hovering near the top of the reef. Seas were 1' to 2' from the NNE and the water temp was 63 degrees at both locations. I didntbreally expect to have that much viz or I would have brought my gopro. The top 10' of the reef had quite a bit of new soft coral growth. The bottom portion did have as much but what did manage to grow has at least doubled in size.
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If one new ship wreck wasn't enough, there will be a second ship sunk right next to Lady Philomena! It's a 90' tugboat call the Everglades.
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