George Duncan's Dive Log
Octopus Hole on 9/6/2011
Sep 6, 2011, 12:00 AM
This site is always a good place to dive, and always delivers something. Limited parking along highway, steep little trail down to water. Swim straight out from tree that has fallen and points across the canal. Top of the wall is around 30 fsw, bottom around 50 fsw. Usually some Octos in dens in many possible locations on wall and at bottom.
Octopus Hole on 8/3/2004
Aug 3, 2004, 12:00 AM
As all the Hood Canal dives, vis is subject to change daily...this is a very popular dive, and a great dive. Good wall, plenty of critters to see. Parking is interesting, watch traffic on highway. Gear up in back of vehicle, or pack it down short steep path to shore.
Koloa Landing on 5/7/2004
Very good dive....a lot to see, great vis, (compared to Pacific Northwest), plenty of fish life, a lot of eels, etc....dove this site 6-8 dives in one week, something new every dive. My 16 yr old son did his cert dives here, with the LDS.. Seasport Dive Shop, Jason was his instructor, and he was fantastic. My wife, son, and I thoroughly enjoyed this dive site. Very easy entry, good vis, plenty of sea life, great dive shop close by!!
Five Caves on 5/7/2004
Fantastic dive...best on mainland Maui....second to Molokini of course...great vis, too bad only had 2 dives at this site. Would love to dive it several times more as we did not find all the caves. A lot of turtles, didn't see any reef sharks..sigh. Definitely a great dive. Entry not bad, watch the rocks though.