The humpback whale action continues to be just outside of the Moss Landing Harbor. We haven’t been seeing many dolphins lately. They must have found another place feed over the last week or so.
We’ve still been heading out about 3-4 miles to take a look around and haven’t seen much. In fact, there’s been nothing outside of Moss Landing.
All the action has been right out in front of the Moss Landing Harbor. The salmon fishing has picked over the last week or so. That has caused quite the flotilla right in the middle of it all.
Today the whales were pretty much just going down and coming up, giving us the occasional tail fluke. Pretty routine. They were also staying under for longer. That leads me to believe they were down there doing more searching or deeper feeding.
We had a few almost 10-minute divers. Then they would often pop up a half mile away from where they went down.