The GPS coordinates above may not be exact. Basically you swim past the point at woods cove and to the edge of the kelp drop down and head 270 through the kelp and then a sand area of about 100 feet. The reef runs north / south and is full of life. Greater amount and larger fish then most other spots as it is farther out exposed to currents and more rarely dived.
On a typical dive you might see octopus, lobster, sand bass, sheep head, horn sharks, some pelagic fish like yellow fin tuna and barracudas.