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marineboy

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#6
yes, I did.
Low tides are always a blast around here when catching octopus...you never know what you might find under your next rock. It could be a baby octopus such as this or a full grown 2-foot long bimac staring right back at you!
 

corw314

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#10
Awwwwww........I am sooo jealous......How do you work having such accessability to octopuses anytime you desire????

Carol
 

marineboy

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#11
lol, I can only see them on the low tide days and there about 2-4 times a week. All the other times confront nightime and so forth.
 

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