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Underwater Webcam @ the Canal

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That’s pretty cool. I have it set up in the corner of my screen at work. It’s like having an aquarium in the office. 

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I keep seeing a small reddish colored fish with a black spot on it.  Usually on the back near the dorsal, sometimes on the tail as well. 

Kinda looks like a bergall but the single spot is throwing me off.  

 

Ill search and see if I can find a shot of one. 

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2 hours ago, akoller said:

I would not have believed it if I hadn't seen it with my own eyes.

 

The very first striped bass ever in the canal.

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Probably not first. I saw one last night also. So far the interesting that I saw was:

 

Striper - schoolie

Tog fighting(mating)

Tagged Choogies

Fish fighting heavy current

 

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3 hours ago, akoller said:

I would not have believed it if I hadn't seen it with my own eyes.

 

The very first striped bass ever in the canal.

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Cant be. Theyre extinct.:p

 

(Nice shot).

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19 hours ago, Potterhead said:

Sure looks like an old I-beam on the left. Have always wondered how much material =is down there from its construction etc,. 

A crapton im sure.

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Was wondering when someone would post about these cameras here. They've been up for years although now that they are on YouTube you can rewind to see anything you missed!

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That’s awesome the live feed, thought it was snipped to show fish, but doesn’t look like it. I call the tog with the weird flipper, he’s mine. 

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I used to dive under the training ship for lobsters when I was a cadet, saw some of the biggest stripers I’ve encountered nipping at my dive bag. My buddy and I had the bright idea to go in January with 7mm wetsuits. One dive lasted well over an hour and you could actually hear your heart rate slow down as we got hypothermia. Took an hour in the shower full blast hot to get the pins and needles out of my fingers and toes.

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