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CDNScubaMoose
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Location:
Chatham, Ontario, Canada
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Agricultural Sales

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CDNScubaMoose

Instructor, Scuba, from Chatham, Ontario, Canada

CDNScubaMoose was last seen:
May 12, 2015
    1. ryshannon
      ryshannon
      Hi Aaron : Thanks for the info on Fort Lauderdale divers, we had an excellent time with Rob & they treated us great. We did the Jay Scutie the second day and as I went down the line we seen a 400 lb Goliath Grouper. Awesome dive, and to boot we had 8 foot waves that I didn't get sick on ? Chris felt a little nausous but didn't throwup like I usually do. All in All another great dive spot to mark down. lookin forward to going back again.
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    Location:
    Chatham, Ontario, Canada
    Occupation:
    Agricultural Sales
    Gender:
    Male
    Certification Agencies:
    PADI & TDI
    Dive History:
    Mostly cold Canadian diving on wrecks or drift diving in the St. Clair River (in Ontario). Have been down south to the warm waters - New Zealand, Panama, Cozumel, Hawaii, Cuba, San Andres Island, Belize. Florida, Roatan, and Curacao. Love the cold water but warm water is nice in the winter.
    Certification History:
    PADI OW - '96
    PADI AOW - '97
    PADI Rescue - '99
    PADI DM - '02
    TDI Nitrox - '03
    TDI Advanced Nitrox and Deco - '06
    PADI Instructor - '07
    PADI MSDT - '08
    DSAT TEC 40 - '10
    DSAT TEC 45 - '10
    DSAT TEC 50 - '10
    IANTD REC TRIMIX - '10
    DSAT TEC INSTRUCTOR - '10
    Certification Level:
    PADI MSDT, DSAT Tec Instructor
    # of Logged Dives:
    500 - 999
    Dive Classification:
    Instructor / Assistant Instructor / Dive Master / Dive Con
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Still working on what is best for me - right now diving a SP MK17/G250V on my right post and SP MK25/S650 on my right post on a set of LP 108's (Worthington's). Single piece webbing on a dive rite SS plate and a 55 lb Hollis wing with a SS BP. Mostly in a dry suit (BARE with the trek boots - love those). My mask is a presciption one - Dive Rite (don't like contacts above water so can't see me liking them UW). My computer is UWATEC Smart Z (usually in gauge mode) and a UWATEC bottom timer. I have 2 stage bottles rigged up (50% and 100%) with a MK 25 on my 50% and a MK2 on my 100%. When diving single tanks I have a Scuba Pro Knighthawk and a set of MK2 regs. I also attempt to do some u/w photography - right now I am shooting a Sea&Sea DX-1G with a YS 27 and YS 110 dual strobe set up. I also use the wide angle wet mount lens and when down south I use a wet mount macro lens.
    Rebreather Experience:

    Signature

    Experience + Training + Knowledge + Proper Equipment = Better Diving
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