TIDE WINDOW! TIDE WINDOW! TIDE WINDOW! That's the most important thing to remember for this site. Be in the water 30-60 minutes before high tide, and you're almost guaranteed a fantastic dive. My husband and I did our first solo OW dive here, and we thought the tide window was just a suggestion. The water was so murky and the current so bad, that we were almost ready to give up diving. But we gave it another try, during the slack high tide, a couple of days later. It was AWESOME! Make sure you weight a bit heavy; due to the shallow depth you'll be more positive. And if you need anything, Force-E dive shop is just on the other side of the bridge. See them for night dives.