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Mini lobster dive

  • 30 Jul 2020 9:43 AM
    Message # 9135008
    Jeff Kader (Administrator)

    Had a great shore dive off of Lauderdale by the sea.

    We got in the water at 5am

    Water was calm and viz was around thirty feet. There was a mild northern current 

    On the first dive because it was still night the lobsters were out moving around and we caught ten keepers and eight small and one with eggs

    The sun came up as we were switching tanks. The Palm ave public beach entrance is very convenient it has good parking and a wall to set up your gear. it has lights for night time and shade for daytime. It also has showers.

    It was light on the second dive the lobsters had moved to there holes. we caught four keepers and a few smalls.

    We saw no law enforcement all morning. It looked like people did respect the11pm-5am curfew.

    There were more boats and less shore divers this year. 

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