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Backscatter filters (or other brand) for "green water" in lakes and rivers

Discussion in 'Underwater Videography' started by Sbiriguda, Jan 11, 2019.

  1. rhwestfall

    rhwestfall Solo Diver

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    I have never expected it, but want others to understand it. I agree with all that is being said.
     
  2. ScubadriverDale

    ScubadriverDale Banned

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    Those scuba divers in second video look like they are using freediving fins. Not that efficient im guessing? Caveat I know nothing about diving for lobster

    im guessing they were freediving them earlier then popped on tanks for some deeper hunting?
     
  3. runsongas

    runsongas Loggerhead Turtle

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    bug hunting can involve covering a lot of ground, but likely they also plan on spearing other dives. pretty common for people to hunt halibut/WSB the rest of the trip if they get their bug limit early.
     
  4. rhwestfall

    rhwestfall Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: "La Grande Ile"
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    Here is shallow water with a BS Green Water Filter, and no lights needed....

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