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hey Martin last saturday 30feet was about 5 to 6 feet and temp was 48 not very easy to get in the water. at mask cove have to walk wat out to the right where the keep out boyue is laying on the ground now is the best place. little hike with doubles. and divers cove tennis courts you need to walk way out to the left to get in but you tend to sink as you get 2 steps in past your ankles into the mud. Hope that helps
piro, wear your 7mm AND your 3mm. I have a hood you can borrow, might be a bit tight on you. I have some thin gloves as well, might be some help.
btw, I dove 48 deg in 7mm last year. it was fine as long as I stayed shallow. If you've got most of the day to spare there is another option, we could drive a couple of hours and dive with the guys at Clark Hill Lake. I dove there a couple months ago, the vis is much better, there isn't a muddy hike, and believe it or not the water was noticeably warmer! those guys are diving in 7mm suits.
tim, yeah sinking ankle deep in mud in doubles doesn't sound like fun, not in my nice clean new drysuit especially. If I've got to hike it, I think I'll just go get a couple of AL 80s and dive in recreational gear for a change.
Thats not diving, thats like going on a tourist submarine to view the underwater :P
Ill have a 5mm and a 2mm, the 3mm dont fit at the moment, all that beer of xmas killed me.
Let me talk to my boss, see if i can work something out today, if not, i have to be at work at 6pm on saturday. So if we got an early start it would be better, Then again though, i dont know where Clark Hill Lake is.