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Molasses reef 9-18-09 Fire coral cave(wow!!)

Discussion in 'Florida Diving' started by deeper thoughts, Sep 19, 2009.

  1. deeper thoughts

    deeper thoughts Solo Diver

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    Yesterday the wife and I left the cameras home and decided to scooter Fire Coral Cave.
    Less then a foot sea, 90+ blue water viz and no current.

    There were many highlights:
    An Eagle Ray danced with us for about ten minutes and came and investigated the scooter
    A couple of Amberjacks,Permit and Cudas were hunting and 100s of smaller jacks were using us for protection. We were within arms length of each other and still couldnt see each other(thats how surrounded we were!)
    I had a remora attached to my thigh the whole dive(lol)
    The Mrs had her hair attacked by a school of Bermuda Chub(lol)
    To top it off we saw massive Goliath Grouper.

    This was definitely 5 star!
     
  2. NJ to FLA

    NJ to FLA Regular of the Pub

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    remoras are pretty funny! Sounds like a good time, will have to make another trip down there soon. :)
     
  3. deeper thoughts

    deeper thoughts Solo Diver

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    It was definitely world class yesterday!
     
  4. sportxlh

    sportxlh Solo Diver

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    too bad you did not have the camera: sounds like it was a fun dive!
     

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