This video is about the UB-88 in Southern California, a World War 1 U-boat lying in 200 feet/ 60 meters. Bow and stern are 190 feet/ 57 meters deep. The coning tower depth is 168 feet / 50.8 meters. The ghost net is over the stern area and seems to be an old tuna net due to its larger mesh. Fish encountered on this submarine are: ling cods, cabezons, perches, large rock fish, and a large and healthy population of wolf eels. Heather freed a cabezon, a perch, and some wolf eels that were trapped in the net.