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Stanvac Jetty 7 Sept 21

It has been a long time between dives. Todays dive with Whiskey was at The Stanvac Jetty. The dive was good despite there being a lot of residual silt from the rain we had last week. At the end of the anchor line we were greeted with a school of Whiting. A short swim I was finding Nudibranch and other small critters. There were plenty of Old wives, Magpie Perch and Leather Jackets. As we started our accent a large school of Whiting started to circle us. Vis was cloudy but still about 10 meters and temp was about 14c

Stanvac Jetty 17 Aug 21

Finally able to get back into the water and had a good if not a cool dive with Dong and Thong. We dived at the Stanvac Jetty. Water temp was about 13c and there was a strong serge so trying to keep still whist photographing was a bit of a challenge. However vis was good and I did manage a few good macro shot.

 

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Port Hughes

A great day diving at Port Hughes with Whiskey. The conditions were excellent. There was plenty of crabs and Nudibranchs. There is a mobility scooter at the end of the jetty for divers that do not have the energy to swim back. Whiskey did not go back empty handed , no anchors this time but he did collect several crab nets and plenty of sinkers and squid jags. there was also some awesome sunsets

Stanvac Jetty

Dong, Thong, Vicky and Alan went for a dive at Stanvac Jetty. Went out onto sand at the northern end and found a sunken pontoon and some structures. Plenty of fish including snapper and a rather large cuttlefish.

 

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The Pines

Two Boats went to the Pines just out from Brighton Beach. Conditions were excellent with great vis and the sea was loke a lake.

There was very little tidal movement and there was a lot of marine life including a school of whiting and several good size snapper were seen. There were a large number of Blue Crabs. Also a lot of interesting smaller critters. 

A good day on the water was had by all.

Below are several photos of the more interesting critters.

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Name: Sea Wolves Dive Club      BSB: 015208      Acc: 417913534

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