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Western Dry Rocks

This is a good dive site for a group of various dive abilities, since the depth ranges from 5 to 120 feet. Snorkelers will enjoy Western Dry Rocks, as will expert scuba divers. There is lots of light here at this spot, as well as deep caves, which aren't so prevalant in the Florida Keys. Usually divers find more caves to explore in the Bahamas, but here at Western Dry Rocks you've got caves with species most commonly found in caves, like candy basslets found deep down, and orangeback bass, who aren't so shy so you're more apt to see them on your dive. You might also catch a glimpse of the dusky longsnout butterflyfish in the cracks and caves. Lots of sharks here, too. Definitely a good place for spotting marinelife you won't easily see elsewhere in the Florida Keys.

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