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A large 45' pinnacle nestled in about 75' of water in the Point Loma kelp forests. The south end has a sheer cliff that begins at the seafloor running all the way to the top of the pinnacle. We often see a 5' giant black seabass hanging around the top of the pinnacle. The pinnacle itself is a table-top of rocks and boulders teeming with schooling fish and surrounded by canyons that channel out in numerous directions. With overhands, endless nooks and crannies, and abundant sea life this is a fantastic dive location. (Description by Dive Master Chris)

Connor's Canyon and Pinnacle Reef: 45 - 75 FSW

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