Blue Heron Bridge Trolls III

Please register or login

Welcome to ScubaBoard, the world's largest scuba diving community. Registration is not required to read the forums, but we encourage you to join. Joining has its benefits and enables you to participate in the discussions.

Benefits of registering include

  • Ability to post and comment on topics and discussions.
  • A Free photo gallery to share your dive photos with the world.
  • You can make this box go away

Joining is quick and easy. Log in or Register now!

jimw

Contributor
Messages
1,481
Reaction score
941
Location
Port St Lucie, Florida
# of dives
1000 - 2499
Looks like the usual crap to moi! Scattered-not a solid line and not blue-green. Divers report good to real good viz 20-40 ft with temps in the mid 80's. Pics shot after this morning's high tide, 8am. The stuff you see was left by an earlier HT.....
IMG_0003-001.JPG
IMG_0004-001.JPG
 

sappnasty

Contributor
Messages
78
Reaction score
6
Location
Daytona Beach
# of dives
25 - 49
Hey in reference to our trip down in two weeks, is the algae bloom going to end up being a problem or this area or is it already?
 

Scuba_Jenny

dirty-finned dive goddess
ScubaBoard Supporter
Messages
29,393
Reaction score
15,160
Location
Hollywood, Florida
# of dives
1000 - 2499
Toss a coin.. your results will be as good as anybody's guess..
(me? I really hope not! I have a friend coming in from out of the country who has been wanting to dive the bridge for a couple years!)
 

EL Pistoffo

Contributor
Messages
1,280
Reaction score
491
Location
Palm Beach, FL
We did our dive early Sat morning and it was fine. No signs of algae until the turn of the tide. Then a scattered, small amounts of pebble sized green algae could be seen floating on the surface. Low tide did bring in a green hued influx of water but otherwise a pretty good dive.
 

Rob Phillips

Registered
Messages
55
Reaction score
20
Location
South Florida
# of dives
100 - 199
84 degrees decent ft vis - beautiful today, no green stuff... and my parking spot was literally right in front of the shower. First time ever.

What do you call those little crabs with the red and white stripes?
redcrab2.jpg
 

Scuba_Jenny

dirty-finned dive goddess
ScubaBoard Supporter
Messages
29,393
Reaction score
15,160
Location
Hollywood, Florida
# of dives
1000 - 2499
When I first started diving, my buddy told me those are candycane shrimp. I still catch myself wanting to call them that.. Says a lot about learning something wrong, and trying to correct.
 

DebbyDiver

Livin' the dream
ScubaBoard Sponsor
ScubaBoard Supporter
Messages
7,553
Reaction score
1,040
Location
BFE
# of dives
2500 - 4999
LOL Jenny, I was told peppermint shrimp. SMH!
 

topher

Registered
Messages
38
Reaction score
3
Location
Maine
# of dives
100 - 199
Here's a poorly focused shot of one I took on a night dive in the bahamas
 

Attachments

  • PICT0121 (1).JPG
    PICT0121 (1).JPG
    82.3 KB · Views: 50
https://www.shearwater.com/products/teric/
https://xf2.scubaboard.com/community/forums/cave-diving.45/

Top Bottom