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02-03-12 @1030 am

Discussion in 'Venice Fossil Divers' started by bug catcher, Feb 3, 2012.

  1. bug catcher

    bug catcher Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Wisconsin
    We went to Sharkies north parking lot. Perfect calm, 1 to 7 ft viz. There were dolphins around so they may have stirred sediment up as we went thru a cloud but didn't see what caused it. 65 degrees bottom temp. Found some small teeth and had a good time.
  2. dkramer

    dkramer Solo Diver

    Probably was a Ray. Thanks for the report!:)
  3. Dive4LifeSW

    Dive4LifeSW Nassau Grouper

    # of Dives: I just don't log dives
    Location: Bonita Springs, FL
    Last dive season I was at the Boneyard area and a huge cloud of silt appeared. I moved and then I saw the cloud "turn" At the front was a dolphin teasing me/checking me out. Scared the crap out of me... all I could see was an outline (with the focus on the fin on top). That dolphin is probably still laughing at the scream I let out:shocked2:

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