9/28/2014 Entered the water prior to ebb. Compass set for 310 degrees and headed down to the PVC geodome @ 55fsw. Water temperature ~51F and vis' was 15-20' (great for the Puget Sound this time of year). Hundreds of perch schooled around the geodome. Lots of rock fish and sculpins. At the banded PVC pipes, ~30' north of the geodome, there were 2 young wolf eels. Both were willing to poke their heads out a bit, without coming fully out to socialize. We continued north to the dock and were happily surprised to see at least a dozen spotted ratfish and more than a couple dozen red rock and dungeness crab. Even with a full class of OW students at the site, because of our route and depth(max 78fsw) my buddies and I were able to be completely by ourselves for the entire dive.