The dawn of “Dive Season” is here! Arizona divers are getting excited as lake levels are starting to rise, conditions are improving, and visibility is expanding every divers view. Lake Pleasant is up to 1661 feet above sea level, a little over 57% capacity. This is well off its October lows. Lake Pleasant water temperatures are in the high 50s. Visibility in the shallows is approximately 25 feet and down at 60 feet the visibility is about 15 feet with plenty of ambient light.
Keep an eye on http://blog.academyofscuba.com for up to date Lake Pleasant Conditions.
Looking for a great drive and dive opportunity? Lake Mohave conditions are continuing to improve. Visibility, at times, can reach up to 60 or 70 feet. Water temperatures are in the mid 50s. Lake Mohave is on the Arizona/Nevada Border about 5 miles North of Laughlin, Nevada. For more information on diving Lake Mohave, check out http://www.lakemohavescuba.com