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    Night diving is one of my specialties...I do enjoy it though most of my night dives have been fresh water. Still a lot of fun. Snuck up on a good number of bass and pike on night dives.

    I once saved a man in Wichita just to watch him dive...(inventor)

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    I think just diving in general is spooky. Gives me the creeps that some monster might attack you. I think you should find a different activity like bowling which is less spooky. ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by chinacat46 View Post
    I think just diving in general is spooky. Gives me the creeps that some monster might attack you. I think you should find a different activity like bowling which is less spooky. ;-)
    Thats not diving, thats flashbacks from your "tour" days!
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    Night is the best! Best pictures! U see what ur light is shinging on much better and u can find ur buddy instatly just by looking for a faint shine! You can see lights for miles under water
    Diving Rocks! along with tugboating

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    Quote Originally Posted by sterlinghe92 View Post
    Night is the best! Best pictures! U see what ur light is shinging on much better and u can find ur buddy instatly just by looking for a faint shine! You can see lights for miles under water
    Just a guess: You don't night dive fresh water much?

    I once saved a man in Wichita just to watch him dive...(inventor)

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    Quote Originally Posted by navyhmc View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by sterlinghe92 View Post
    Night is the best! Best pictures! U see what ur light is shinging on much better and u can find ur buddy instatly just by looking for a faint shine! You can see lights for miles under water
    Just a guess: You don't night dive fresh water much?
    Haha! Never have! Day diving in the lakes where I live is bad enough! U can only see the ground if ur face is touching it
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    I haven't done a night dive since my advanced class. Loved it though and been dying to do another. Amazing how many more fish were out in CSSP (local lake for the non Texans reading this) at night.
    Last edited by yeroks; 02-16-2010 at 18:03. Reason: Mistake

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    Quote Originally Posted by sterlinghe92 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by navyhmc View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by sterlinghe92 View Post
    Night is the best! Best pictures! U see what ur light is shinging on much better and u can find ur buddy instatly just by looking for a faint shine! You can see lights for miles under water
    Just a guess: You don't night dive fresh water much?
    Haha! Never have! Day diving in the lakes where I live is bad enough! U can only see the ground if ur face is touching it
    Yeah low vis night diving is kind of like driving in fog with your high beams on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeroks View Post
    I haven't done a night dive since my advanced class. Loved it though and been dying to do another. Amazing how many more fish were out in CSSP (local lake for the non Texans reading this) at night.
    I didn't think that CSSP was open for night dives?

    I once saved a man in Wichita just to watch him dive...(inventor)

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    monster beside you

    Went on a night dive here at Lake Mead. My wife and I are comming up from a dive at a MOD of 145'. I looked to my left and thought it was my wife and snapped my neck around again to see a 4' long Cat fish. My wife had already started her acent and was bearly above me. That was a little freaky to say the lest. The dive started out as an evening dive after work and ended up being a night dive. Fun time though.


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