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scubasamurai
09-02-2007, 08:21
dove this spring and the open water goes to 45 ft, but after a small crack leads to a vast network of tunnels. thanks to our drought the outflow decreased enough for divers to get in. recorded of 403ft

here is the link to the story

http://pasco.tbo.com/pasco/MGBD18ZV26F.html

CrzyJay456
09-04-2007, 18:50
thats pretty cool. why wont it be in record books?

DonnyGreen
07-23-2008, 11:18
Is the link still active? I could not open the page.

mchain
07-23-2008, 13:30
worked for me, that was really interesting.

beperkins
10-16-2008, 14:17
Man would I love to move to Florida and start to get in on some of the cutting edge cave diving that is going on there. All these stories whet my appetite for adventure.

ianr33
10-16-2008, 18:11
thats pretty cool. why wont it be in record books?

Because its not a record.

You need to go to Texas to find deep caves :smiley20:

Goodenough Springs Exploration Project (http://www.goodenoughsprings.org/newsreleases.htm)

beperkins
10-17-2008, 12:38
I had no idea there were caves(to dive in) in Texas, but that info you posted was interesting.

nikefreekz
10-17-2008, 22:53
very interesting story!

ScubaDude
10-26-2008, 20:48
Thanks for sharing that story, very interesting indeed. :smiley20:

marchand
10-28-2008, 21:05
Dang it, there are way to many caves that I'm never going to dive!

James1010
10-28-2008, 23:22
Is that 403 ft in depth?? Well lol I'll read the story first.

UCFKnightDiver
10-29-2008, 09:02
yes it is 403 ft in depth.

WV Diver
10-29-2008, 09:17
Thanks for sharing this with us. It is all very interesting. I would love to see the footage.

UCFKnightDiver
10-29-2008, 09:27
you can watch the video on their website at...

Karst Underwater Research Latest News (http://www.karstunderwaterresearch.org/blog/)

WV Diver
10-29-2008, 09:36
Thanks Rox.

ianr33
10-29-2008, 13:23
More info at TDS

The Deco Stop (http://thedecostop.com/forums/showthread.php?t=26625)