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After the BOMBO adventure Wayne and I headed back out to Pig Island.  Jenny stayed behind, still suffering the aftermath of sea sickness. 

We anchored on the south side in about 16m depth.  The viz was fantastic, fish life everywhere.  Pig Island put on it's best for sure.  There were huge schools of yellowtail, and pike.  We could swim slowly through these schools, the fish simply parting to let us through.  Cuttles, wobbies, even some shrimp which we managed to photograph. 

We ran out of deco time long before we were ready, but diving on air that's just the way it is.  The wind was coming up so we drifted easily once the anchor was freed.  If dive 600 on the Bombo was a let down, Pig Island made up for it in spades.


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