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Marine Scientist, from Oahu, Hawaii

smellzlikefish was last seen:
Nov 27, 2020
    1. saildiver
      Aloha, Hey, check out Hiloboy's latest post and pics of Hammerheads in Hawaii! I hope to get back to the big Island later this year-maybe in the fall with my wife and get into the water and see how some of my favorite old underwater spots are doing against the ravages of enviromental pressures again...Take care. Peace... Saildiver :coffee:
    2. tgieseke
      Hello! How are you? Was just wondering if you or someone you know would like to be a dive buddy. I love to dive, not that many under my belt, but don't know anyone here.
    3. smellzlikefish
      Tom Horn! How and where do you find yourself these days? I guess more importantly, have you been diving?

    4. Beemes
      Hey man, Tom Horn here from UH (class '09). I found you posting on the Richard Pyle gets super bent thread. Hope all is well and dive safe bro!
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  • About

    Oahu, Hawaii
    Certification Agencies:
    Naui, AAUS, NOAA
    Dive History:
    I began diving as a professional aquarist in a casino-owned aquarium in Connecticut. My first dive was in their 26,000 shark tank. After four years of that and well over 500 dives (never logged them, though) I took off for Hawaii. I now have over 500 logged open water dives almost everywhere between South Point on the Big Island and Kure Atoll. I tend towards the more adventurous, exploratory, and often goal oriented diving when I can and commonly swim a half a mile or more to get to my dive site. I often contribute my diving skills to various research projects. My obsession for the past five years has been blackwater diving from Kona.
    Certification Level:
    Nitrox, Rescue, Master Diver, Divemaster
    # of Logged Dives:
    1,000 - 2,499
    Dive Classification:
    Experienced Diver
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years


    1. Always use the right tool for the job.
    2. A hammer is always the right tool.
    3. Anything can be used as a hammer.

    Preorder "A Field Guide to Blackwater Diving in Hawaii" today! Out Oct 15th!
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