Posted 08 November 2010 - 03:49 PM
If you dive the Blue Heron Bridge, you might consider obtaining a guide for the first dive. A good option is Jim Abernethy's shop which is very close. The critters around the bridge area hide well and having guide was great for me. By the time I would finish photo'ing one subject, Laz would have found more. Costs a bit but was sure nice to have. Once you see the places to look, you might venture on your own afterward.
You can only dive the bridge at high tide based on currents and vis. You can add a boat dive during the other times from that area as well.
laz217 is a member here and is the guide I used and I thought he was great but they have other guides as well.
Just some ideas to consider.
Nexus D90, Inon Z-240's, 60 micro, 105 micro, Tokina 10-17