DESEA ADVENTURES DIVING REPORT
Jan. 20, 2006, Andrea Tomba, Desea Adventures, La Paz, Mexico Diving and Fishing Report:
Although this week of La Paz diving has been a little windier than what we have seen lately, we were blessed with a couple of absolutely beautiful days last week end.
La Paz diving and fishing water was so flat you could have water skied from island to island.
The water cleared up a little, boasting up to 40 feet of visibility at some spots. The water temperature was pretty cold, hovering between 65 and 68 degrees.
We had had a lot of surprising reports of Wahoo and Striped Marlin mixed in with some Yellowtail here and there at the south end of Cerralvo Island. Talk about a smorgasbord. We dove on Saturday and Sunday from La Reina to the south end of Isla Cerralvo.
Although everything felt right, it was really quiet out there. We came home with some bottom fish, which were surprisingly far and few between, but that was it. One good size Yellowtail was seen, but as they say, easy come easy go.
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