Due to series of very unimpressive dives off Cape Ann with very little wild life, we focused more on Fort Wetherill in August. August is when the life blooms in Fort Wetherill, with crazy numbers of schooling fish, many squids schooling and hunting, tropicals coming in, larval stage creatures in the water column, etc. All the life we see makes it worth diving in a limited visibility, even in the night.
Once again, in this dive I saw a squid eating another squid, giving me the permission to eat fried calamari without any guilt.
#426: 19ft, 93min, 70F.