Back out to the Texas Clipper today. Visibility was in the 20 – 30 foot range and currents were running moderately strong from bow to stern. Divers are still reporting lots of Snapper but are also starting to see more of the colorful reef fish move back in.
Divers made two dives today, one on the Clipper and one on a rig. Visibility was around 30 – 40 feet, and divers were treated to large schools of fish. Seas were very calm today.
Texas Clipper!! Divers went to the Clipper today and were treated to very favorable conditions for this time of year. Water was a pretty green with visibility in the 40 to 50 foot range. Water temperature was 70 degrees. Divers were treated to schools of Jack Cravelle, spadefish, red snapper, Queen Triggerfish, as well as squirrelfish, queen angelfish, butterflyfish, and a squirrelfish.