It was a great dive the last time I splashed here. Time before that I couldn't read my gauges, but on the 8th of July visibility was 10-15 feet and tons of fish. Current is extremely swift before high tide so if you don't want to get a good drift, then hit it right at high slack. You must have good nav skills and don't surface in less than 4 feet of water (at the shore) or you run the high chance of getting hit by a boat. Check the waves in the ocean. That day we had 2 foot waves and vis here was exceptional for a shore dive.