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Old 05/27/2014, 05:31 PM   #51
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i was on pensacola gulf side and explored the bay a bit. i didnt find anything of interest other than royal stars that were a few hours short of death (seemed to have been washed up by the storm a few days before we arrived, most were missing limbs and lethargic). there were ZERO/NO/NONE/NADA inverts in the sand like all previous years, no clams or crabs. heck, i only saw 2 stinking ghost crabs the whole time. every other time i have seen hundreds. the only thing i ended up really finding was sea grass lol

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Old 05/28/2014, 05:57 PM   #52
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Anything good near palm beach ?

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Old 02/20/2015, 09:06 PM   #53
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Originally Posted by Illhaveanother View Post
Anything good near palm beach ?
Check out the Blue Heron bridge and Phil Foster smith park. There is a snorkel trail there with a very nice assortment of life. Lots of youtube viseos of the area avail.

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Old 03/20/2015, 06:42 PM   #54
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Originally Posted by Vi3tKid420 View Post
dang u guys are lucky cali area dont have none =[
How so? We have plenty but the water is colder so most animals, if any, will live unless you build a cold water tank. I was going to say though some of the best diving in the world is right here in Ca. Dive Monterey.

You can collect pods from tide pools, some clams, and what not to put into your tank (if that is your thing). Also water. I do it from time to time and it is super great stuff Same rules apply regarding parks and what not. But that is easy enough to sort out and keep everyone happy.


Current Tank Info: 210 gallon mixed reef
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Old 10/09/2020, 12:53 AM   #55
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Originally Posted by Speckled Grouper View Post
I go colleting all the time and as Ryan said, not all coral are connected to LR.
Just study the FWC website and know what you can and cannot take.
It's a lot of fun, I was out in 2 - 3 feet of water last weekend and found a beautiful blue mushroom, gorgonians, zoanthids, seamat, lettuce nudibrach, decorator crabs, anemone shrimp, rock anemones, astrea snails, nerites, ceriths, sea stars etc etc. Pity the water is getting too cold for me now....
Have you tried collecting the flower anemones

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