What is that line in the water - northshore STX?
There is a "line" in the water about a miles or so off the northshore of St. Croix. I can see it from east of St. C all the way west of Judith's Fancy. Maybe longer, that's just my view. Anyone know what it is? Hubby suggested it might be a discharge from WAPA.
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A tideline refers to where two currents in the ocean converge. Driftwood, floating seaweed, foam, and other floating debris may accumulate, forming sinuous lines called tidelines (even though they generally have nothing to do with the tide.)
Also known as a wrack line. This one was pretty cool...off of the east end it was one loooong line (and quite wide) before it broke into patches near the island. It provides cover for small fish which lure big fish. I saw a large pod of dolphin hunting along the edge on Fri.