[singlepic id=226 w=320 h=240 mode=watermark float=right]UWE and SCDC once again met at Suncoast Diving to head out for their weekly drop in night dive. It was a little hit and miss, as early in the day it was snowing rather heavy. Never being to cold to dive, the roads can be pretty rough down into Tuwanek so we were not to sure how the day would work out. Thankfully, the snow did not stick, nor did it snow for too long, so sure enough…off we went at 4, headed to the dive site.
Once again there was a pretty good turn out for the dive. The water temperature on the surface has certainly decreased a lot as [singlepic id=225 w=320 h=240 mode=watermark float=left]it is in the 39 degree range, though still fairly warm at depth, as it was still in the low 50’s. Sam had the shop camera with her, and I had switched from video back to my still camera, and we certainly were not disappointed. I found a Red Octopus once again, and then not to long afterwards, I found a Pip Fish sitting on the bottom in about 40 feet of water or so. We also had some Sculpins, Hair Crabs, and a Giant Nudi, which is always a favorite.
Once again, come on out and come night diving with us…we promise it will be a blast!!